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19.12.2018 09:24
It’s time to take our weekly look back at the Minnesota Vikings and their opponent for the upcoming week Antworten

On Sunday Youth Anthony Barr Jersey , the Vikings will have their third road game in four weeks against the New York Jets, who will be hosting their third straight home game.These two non-conference opponents have both been around for quite a while, but they haven’t faced each other many times over the years. This will be only the 11th matchup between the two teams. Before the current scheduling formula ensured that no teams would go more than three seasons without playing each other in the regular season, the Vikings and Jets once went almost twelve full years between games. As you’ll see, the small sample size has been largely in favor of one team.As always, all numbers are brought to you by the invaluable Pro Football Reference.Games between the Vikings and the Jets: 10 (all in the regular season)All-time record: Jets, 8-2Total Vikings points scored, head-to-head: 172 (17.2 points/game)Total Jets points scored Youth Kirk Cousins Jersey , head-to-head: 250 (25.0 points/game)Longest Vikings winning streak vs Jets: 1, twiceLongest Jets winning streak vs Vikings: 7, 15 October 1979 to 11 October 2010Most recent Vikings road win in series: NeverMost recent Jets home win in series: 11 October 2010 (final score 29-20)Biggest Vikings road win in series: NeverBiggest Jets home win in series: 28 points, 26 December 1982 (final score 42-14)Current streak: Vikings, 1 winThe Vikings are attempting to do something they have never done in the history of their franchise on Sunday: beat the Jets on the road. They have failed in their five previous visits to New York and New Jersey. (The two meetings in the 1970’s were at Shea Stadium, before the Jets and Giants both shared Giants Stadium and then MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.)The last game the Vikings played in New York didn’t have the result they wanted, but it was still incredibly memorable. Brett Favre threw his 500th career touchdown pass to Randy Moss late in the third quarter for Minnesota’s first points of the night.Favre would throw two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter to Percy Harvin to get the Vikings within two points late , but his last touchdown of the game was a pick-six to Dwight Lowery that sealed the game for the Jets.The last game between these two teams took place at TCF Bank Stadium in 2014. That one was pretty memorable in its own right. Percy Harvin scored a touchdown in that one too, except this time he was playing for the opponents. The back-and-forth affair went to overtime knotted at 24-24. After the Vikings forced a punt on New York’s opening drive of the extra stanza, rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater found Jarius Wright on a quick out. And that was the ballgame.You might recognize that #91 in white and green that was in pursuit of Wright before he pulled away down the sideline: none other than current Vikings defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson. He sacked Bridgewater for a safety in the first quarter of that game, giving the Jets their first points of the day. This will be Richardson’s first game against the team that drafted him with the 13th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.There’s your brief look back at the relatively brief history between the Vikings and Jets. We’ll see whether the Vikings can win their third game in a row and their first game ever over the Jets in enemy territory.Five Good Questions with Turf Show Times We’re not too far away from this week’s Thursday Night Football contest between the Minnesota Vikings and the Los Angeles Rams. Even with the condensed schedule, we still had some time to exchange some questions with our friends from Turf Show Times, SB Nation’s home for everything concerning the Rams.Joe McAtee was kind enough to answer my questions for this week. You can see the questions I sent to him and his answers below. When TST posts the answers to the questions that Joe sent me, I will be sure to link to them on the front page, as well as do an update here.1) The big story for this one for the Rams Womens Brett Jones Jersey , at least from my perspective, is that they might be without both of their starting cornerbacks after Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib were both hurt against the Chargers. What’s their status looking like for Thursday, and who replaces them if one or both can’t go?2) The Rams have been lighting up the scoreboard so far this season. We know about Todd Gurley, but who has been the go-to guy for Jared Goff thus far in the passing game?3) If you could steal one player from the Vikings’ roster and bring him to Los Angeles, who would you pick and why?4) Give us one player on each side of the ball that Vikings’ fans might not necessarily know about that you feel will make a big difference in the outcome of Thursday’s contest?5) How do you see Thursday night’s game playing out? Is there any reason to think that the Rams don’t move to 4-0 in this one?Once again, thanks to Joe for taking the time to sit down and answer our questions about Thursday’s game. We’ll have more coverage of this one as we get closer to kickoff.

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