Despite a 27-13 win at Detroit that pushed the Vikings’ record to 2-0, coach Brad Childress says people want to see QB Brett Favre throw the ball down the field.
Still, Favre has no problem with the fact that the offense is built around Peterson.
The Vikes were pleased to hold Megatron to only 67 total yards.
Former Vikings DE Jim Marshall, who held the record for decades with 270 straight starts, wasn’t present for Favre’s 271st straight start because Marshall was celebrating his first straight year of matrimony.
The Vikings realize that they need to turn it on before the third quarter.
Despite the fact that QB Matt Stafford has thrown five picks in two games, coach Jim Schwartz isn’t thinking about sitting the kid down.
They say Schwartz is really smart, but doesn’t the fact that he took the Lions job contradict that view?
After gaining only 20 yards on 15 carries in Week One, RB Kevin Smith churned up 83 yards in 24 tries against a typically tough Vikings rush defense.
K Jason Hanson realizes that, despite a new attitude in Detroit, the Lions need to win one quickly.
Nicholas Cotsonika of the Detroit Free Press thinks that the victory will come next week against the Redskins.