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In a little more than twelve hours Womens Paul Krause Jersey , we will be seeing the Minnesota Vikings play their final game before their bye week. They will be hosting their NFC North rivals, the Detroit Lions, at U.S. Bank Stadium, and could use a win to get them into the bye at 5-3-1 in what is shaping up to be a tough NFC North race.The Vikings have never beaten the Lions at U.S. Bank Stadium. If you want to know how to follow along with all of the action as they attempt to change that, we have all that information for you right here.Television InfoThis game will be aired on FOX affiliates across the nation. That means KSTP-9 in the Twin Cities, and the kickoff time will be at noon Central. The play-by-play for this one will be handled by Thom Brennaman and Chris “Yes, I am still Rick’s brother” Spielman. If you’re not sure if you’re in the broadcast area for this one, you can check out this coverage map from the folks at 506 Sports. The Lions/Vikings game is shown in blue.If you’re looking for this one on your DirecTV Sunday Ticket package, point your box at Channel 710.For everyone in the United Kingdom, this one will not be on any of the usual NFL broadcast partners over there, so you’ll have to find something like NFL Game Pass to watch this one. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:00 PM UK time.For our men and women in uniform overseas, this game will actually be shown live on the American Forces Network! Specifically, it will be on AFN Prime Atlantic, and kickoff is scheduled for 1800Z. That means a kickoff time of 1900L for everyone in Central Europe John Randle Jersey , 2230L for fans in Afghanistan, and 0300L on Monday morning for viewers in Japan and Korea.Radio InfoIf you’re not going to be anywhere near a television for this one, you’ll be able to hear the call from Paul Allen and Pete Bercich on the Vikings Radio Network. That link goes to a list of Vikings Radio Network affiliates across the Upper Midwest. See if yours will be carrying the game. There are a couple of other places you can find it online as well, including the TuneIn radio service as well as the KFAN site (if you’re on a desktop or laptop computer only. . .it won’t work on phones or tablets).For those that have satellite radio, you can find the Vikings Radio Network feed on Sirius Channel 83. If you have XM Radio, you can hear the game on XM Channel 225. If you’re using the SiriusXM Online App, the Vikings’ permanent home there is Channel 819.Referee InfoAccording to our friends at Football Zebras, this game will be officiated by Satan himself, Pete Morelli. The last time the Vikings were forced to deal with the worst official in the National Football League was back in Week 2 of last season, as his crew officiated the Vikings’ 26-9 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field.Weather InfoAs you’ve figured by now, the weather won’t affect the game itself since it’s indoors. If you’re planning on engaging in any sort of pre-game fun and festivities, you might not find it very enjoyable. Our friends at WeatherNation are calling for temperatures in the low-to-mid 30s leading up to Sunday’s contest, as well as a “wintry mix” of precipitation. It’s not winter yet, but Sunday will serve as a reminder that it’s right around the corner.Streaming InfoThere are several legal subscription services that are available in order to stream the game legally. Among them are Fubo.tv http://www.thevikingslockerroom.com/aut … ter-jersey , USTVNow, and Sling TV. If you’re overseas, your best bet is going to be NFL GamePass.Since it has recently been brought up, I want to make it perfectly clear that streams from Reddit or other places are not. . .I repeat, not. . .legal. If you’d like to argue about that, you can argue it somewhere else, because the moderators won’t listen to that garbage. Until Reddit, or anywhere else, has a deal with the National Football League, those streams are illegal and not welcome to be put up on this site. If you want to use them, go find them on your own and don’t be plastering them in the comments section here unless you’d rather not be in the comments of the Game Thread. . .or any other thread. . .here at DN.That should be all of the information you need in order to keep track of all the action from U.S. Bank Stadium between the Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions Sunday afternoon. We’ll have our Open Thread for the first quarter up about an hour before kickoff or so, and we hope that you’ll join us here for all of the fun! The last pick of Day 3 answered questions from the Twin Cities media"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Vikings 2018 SeasonVikings 2019 OffseasonU.S. Bank StadiumMinnesota Vikings PodcastsMinnesota Vikings 2019 NFL DraftTranscript: Conference Call with Minnesota Vikings third-round pick Alexander Mattison New,10commentsThe last pick of Day 3 answered questions from the Twin Cities mediaCDTShareTweetShareShareTranscript: Conference Call with Minnesota Vikings third-round pick Alexander Mattison Brian Losness-USA TODAY SportsAfter a flurry of trade activity, the Minnesota Vikings made Boise State running back Alexander Mattison the final selection of Round 3 of the 2019 NFL Draft. Shortly after he was picked Womens Chris Doleman Jersey , he got an opportunity to sit down and answer a few questions from the Twin Cities media on a conference call.Thanks to the Minnesota Vikings’ Public Relations department, we have the transcript of that call for your reading pleasure. It’s not as long as the other two Conference Call transcripts we’ve published thus far, but it’s still provides a little insight.I’d like to thank Coach [Mike] Zimmer, Rick Spielman, Coach [Kennedy] Polamalu, the entire coaching staff and the Vikings organization for believing in me and giving me the chance to make my dreams turn to reality. I am just so blessed right now. I really can’t explain the emotion. I am so grateful and I can’t wait to become a Viking, get out there and get to work and be able to produce for this organization.Q: Can you walk us through the end of the 2018 season and how you handled the workload with the amount of carries you had?A: It was just the right timing. We needed some things to happen and I was able to put myself in a position to step up to the plate. I told my coaches, “I’ll never shy away from anything.” I am so grateful that they were able to tell me, “We are going to put the team on your back. You’re going to get these carries here and carries there.” Half of the time I didn’t even realize how many carries I had during those games. It felt amazing to be able to get out there and play with my brothers. I just gave it everything I had and laid it on the line. I knew that in order for us to be successful, I was going to have to do that so that was how those games played out and my mentality on that.Q: What would you say your biggest strength is at running back?A: I think my versatility is a part of it. I think I also am a smart football player. I feel like I make great decisions while I am out there on the field. I play very instinctive. Along with that, that versatility kind of pays off and I think that makes me the back that I am.Q: What is your mindset in absorbing contact getting short yardage situations?A: I love it. All last season I played with the mindset of playing fast and physical. That is the first thing you’ll hear come out of my mouth after any game is if I played fast and physical or not. That is the kind of style I look to play and hopefully I can come and bring that to Minnesota.Q: How important is this for your family given some of the hardships you’ve faced growing up?A: It’s very important. That is part of the reason why I kind of decided to come out. A lot of it had to do with making the decision for myself but also thinking about my family. It’s been a long road and I am just so grateful for this moment right now.Q: What are your thoughts of coming in and playing behind Dalvin Cook?A: I am just looking forward to the opportunity to come in and go ahead and be anything that the teams need me to be- special teams, offense. I am willing to work and put in the work and contribute as much as I can and any way that I can. I am just going to work my butt off. I am looking forward to play with Dalvin. I’ve watched him play and I look up to how he runs and how he carries himself. I can’t wait to get in there and collaborate and make that running back backfield a dynamic duo.

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