The Minnesota Vikings quarterback has produced a career year in a breakout season, and the Vikings hope he can continue to string play when they host the New Orleans Saints in a NFC divisional playoff game on Sunday (1:40 p.m. PT/4:40 p.m. ET, KPTV-12, FOX). "I think our crowd will be into it". Having an 11-5 record during the regular season, the Saints were an offensive juggernaut with a Top 5 ranking in points per game (28), yards per game (391.2), passing yards per game (261.8) and rushing yards per game (129.4).
"I read his book a long time ago". Brees roots for the little guy, too. They each had more than 1,500 total yards in 2017.
"This league is a copy-cat league so I wouldn't be surprised if Minnesota did it", Kamara said, expressing no concern about the strategy by pointing to Brees, whose passing yardage total against the Panthers was his second-highest of the season. But if they wanted to use the quarterback who beat the Saints in Week 1 in their rematch with New Orleans, they'd be able to do so.
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Bradford went 27 of 32 for 346 yards and three touchdowns in Minnesota's 29-19 season-opening win over New Orleans.
"Honestly, we don't even care".
Bradford hasn't played in a game since then, and went on injured reserve November 8 after having his third operation on his left knee the day before.
SUPER BOWL ENVY: New Orleans' bid for the Super Bowl this season and was considered a favourite given the city is celebrating its 300th anniversary and has always been a popular host for the NFL's marquee event. The Vikes have whizzed away numerous opportunities not only to win the Super Bowl, but just to qualify for it. "We're just going to go out there and execute and play the best we can and bring a W back home". "We want to end the season in Minnesota, ' and for us that means playing in the Super Bowl". The difference for New Orleans here is whether they can put pressure on the Vikings front to get to Case Keenum as they have been one of the most balanced teams in the National Football League and if they can't keep their pivot upright this weekend it could be their downfield and spoil the chance to play in a Super Bowl at home. The Vikings are 13-8 in home playoff games in their history, including 6-4 indoors.