Vikings Destroy the Giants

On December 28, 2015, in Sporting News, by Buddy TB

Minnesota VikingsDecember was a month that excellent for Teddy Bridgewater, after a rough start against the Seahawks, the Minnesota quarterback has thrown six touchdown passes and no interceptions in the last three games under the protection of high level running game and an opportunist defensive. The Vikings need the young player to keep this level now that the team secured a playoff ticket and will play for division next week will against Green Bay.

The Giants have not been characterized as a great defense, but was not enough to see Adrian Peterson rush for over 100 yards and a touchdown, when the superstar was on the bench to rest with the game almost won, Jerry McKinnon ran seven times more for 89 yards and two touchdowns. No doubt the fact that Teddy keeps a good level will mark the future for the Vikings in the playoffs, but even more their running game and his ability to move the ball.

Manning had a very difficult afternoon, it was noted that the lack of Odell Beckham was extremely sensitive to the passing game of the Giants. Manning completed just over half of his passes, 29 of 15 for 234 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions to close, one of them returned to the end zone.

The Giants entered the game against the Vikings knowing the result of the Redskins and knowing that to qualify for playoffs was already out of reach. They were playing for pride and clearly that was not enough. The defense contributed with the worst performance of the season, Eli Manning played terrible. The following is sit down and plan for the offseason to see who stays and who goes.

This Sunday Night marked the first of two straight wins for Minnesota, now in week 17 they will visit Lambeau Field, to win the division title and the right to play at least one home playoff game.

 

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