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New Orleans Saints vs Minnesota Vikings Free
Date: Sunday 14 January 2018
Kickoff Time: 04:40 PM (ETl)
Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States.
In a game that feels like it took place eons ago, the Vikings and Saints faced off to open the season in Minnesota. Mike Zimmer’s squad pounced on New Orleans and never relented in a 29-19 victory.
The two teams face off at U.S. Bank Stadium as completely different teams after months of battle.
The Week 1 tilt featured Sam Bradford dicing up a Saints secondary that had yet to find its mojo. Vikings running back Dalvin Cook galloped all over the dome, setting a team rookie record. Neither of them has seen the field since Week 5.
The Saints had yet to unleash the full force of its ascendant rookie class, including running back Alvin Kamara, corner Marshon Lattimore and safety Marcus Williams.
After a sluggish start to the year — and jettisoning Adrian Peterson — the Saints gashed opponents with the best one-two backfield punch in the NFL. Mark Ingram and Kamara combined to lead the NFL in rushing yards (1,852), rushing TDs (20), scrimmage yards (3,094) and scrimmage TDs (25). The overpowering backfield attack aided an improved defense by milking the clock.
While future Hall of Famer Drew Brees took a backseat through the regular season, the quarterback’s demise was incredibly exaggerated. Compiling record-setting completion percentage, Brees and No. 1 target Michael Thomas can pilfer opponents seemingly on the snap of a finger. As he did in last week’s playoff victory, when the Saints need a Hall of Fame game from Brees, he delivers the goods.
The Vikings, meanwhile, stormed through the NFC North behind skillful play from replacement quarterback Case Keenum, whose heady pocket movement and intelligent marksmanship allowed him to finish behind only Brees in completion percentage this season. Minnesota built its own potent backfield behind Latavius Murray and Jerick McKinnon.
It’s a pretty common occurrence for fans and analysts to make bold predictions about a game or season. If the prediction doesn’t come true, then that’s OK – you said it was bold! If it DOES come true, though… now you look like a genius!
So in that spirit, some of the Canal Street Chronicles writers were asked to share with me a bold prediction or two for the next round of the NFL postseason, a rematch from Week 1 that pits the New Orleans Saints at the Minnesota Vikings. This is their chance to look brilliant!