Posts Tagged ‘Access Vikings’

Really? That’s The Best You Can Do?

I know that I am considered just a monkey with a keyboard (I get paid in bananas) with no formal journalism training, so I should be the last one to gripe about journalistic standards, but I am growing quite weary of some of the local coverage of the Vikings. First, there is a story on […]

Quote Of The Week

There is an article over at Access Vikings that is well worth the read if you are like me and would enjoy nothing more than to see E.J. Henderson make a return to the football field this year. It sounds like E.J. is on the right track and has the right mindset. He is this […]

Tom Condon Is In The House

The Vikings hosted Ladanian Tomlinson to a fancy dinner at Manny’s Steakhouse in Minneapolis on Wednesday night.  Afterwards, Access Vikings beat writer Judd Zulgad caught up with Tomlinson and asked him a number of questions. The first of two major points that L.T. made are that he sounds willing to accept a third-down-back type of […]

What A Novel Idea!

Access Vikings reports that Antoine Winfield that Antoine Winfield will see a foot specialist during the offseason. In related news, Vikings Gab reports that every Vikings fan wants to know why the hell he didn’t see a foot specialist, like say, 8 weeks ago. Winfield hurt injured his foot way back in week six against […]

Access Vikings Stoops To New Lows

Many of our readers like to rip on the new Access Vikings site for various reasons, and usually I take the high road and tell the readers that Access Vikings is still one of the best at what they do. Today I am not going to be so kind. The Star Tribune recently gave readers […]

Dugan Call Not Discussed On “Official Review”

Sorry for neglecting the site again, but apparently after one travels then one must get sick.  So, I’ll try to play catchup between now and Sunday’s big game. I wanted to note that I found it interesting that Mike Pereira, VP of NFL Officiating, did not address the Jeff Dugan tripping call in his weekly […]

Don’t Fix What Isn’t Broken

This isn’t something that is necessarily worthy of a post of its own, but I wanted to comment on a recent trend:  fixing things that aren’t broken. First, nfl.com has changed their game centers for the worse.  For those of you who don’t know, the game centers exist in order to provide internet users detailed […]