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Vikings Growing Accustomed to Constant Change on Offense

For the first time since 2012-13, the Minnesota Vikings hope to have the same Week 1 starting quarterback for two consecutive years. That is,...

FOOTBALL MACHINE: Hour 1 – The Rudolph Situation Has Been Resolved

Sam, Luke, and Arif break down what they've been watching at practice from exotic looks on the defensive line, to the mounting offensive skill...

FOOTBALL MACHINE: Hour 1 – Luke Returns for OTA Reviews

 Luke is back! And we catch him up on everything he's missed from OTAs. We debate which injuries would be the hardest to overcome...

FOOTBALL MACHINE: Hour 1 – Wide Receiver Depth and Franchise QBs

Daniel House joins the show with Luke Inman out and about in Greece. We've got hot takes on OTAs, all time franchise quarterbacks, games,...

FOOTBALL MACHINE: Hour 1 – OTAs and an Over 30 Offensive...

We debate whether Rudolph will be restructured or traded, and the strongest and weakest position groups on the roster. We discuss the start of...

FOOTBALL MACHINE: Hour 1 – Trade Talks and Farewell to B-Rob

We check in on Brian Robison's farewell press conference and discuss his legacy as a Viking. We also dive into the Rudolph trade talk...

FOOTBALL MACHINE: Hour 1 – Rookie Mini-Camp and NFC Power Rankings

We talk about what we've seen so far at the rookie mini-camp, power rankings for the NFC, and between tryouts, the AAF, and UDFAs,...

Minnesota Vikings Way-Too-Early 2019 53-Man Roster Projection

What's that? It's too early to project NFL rosters, you say? You're correct, but we're going to do it anyway. The Minnesota Vikings just finished rounding...

FOOTBALL MACHINE: Hour 2 – Deep Draft Analysis, Phone Calls, and...

As the draft gets closer we have a plethora of questions and analysis as we take Twitter questions and Skype calls from our wonderful...

FOOTBALL MACHINE: Hour 2 – 2019 Draft Strategy, Past Drafts, Phone...

How will Spielman move up and down in this year's draft to create more value? How about Zimmer's track record with developing defensive talent?...