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Kenny Mixon's legal problems might force the Vikings to find a new starter on an already-thin defensive line.
The Dolphins have used up most of their cap room and still have to sign restricted free agent Adewale Ogunleye.
Dennis Green was successful in spite of starting eight different quarterbacks during his Vikings tenure.
Dave McGinnis' defensive accomplishments will get him several interviews as a coordinator.
The Ravens are 4-3, but it will be hard for them to continue their winning ways by remaining so one-dimensional.
The Niners offensive line must stop the Buccaneers from pummeling Jeff Garcia.
With Brian Russell as the team's new starting free safety, the Vikings secondary has discovered a rebirth.
The bye week comes at a good time for Big Blue, which has to solve big problems with its zone coverage.
The Vikings, Bills, Chiefs and Seahawks are hoping revamped defenses can lead them to the postseason.
The Vikings have scrapped the "Randy Ratio" plan and their offense is running much more smoothly as a result.
Running back Michael Bennett has been slow to recover from foot surgery, and might miss some of training camp.
A bulked up Randy Moss is intent on regaining his status as the game's best wideout.
Vikings owner Red McCombs met with Paul Tagliabue last week to discuss his stadium situation.
Should Duante Culpepper play like he did in 2000, the Vikings won't mind paying him like a franchise quarterback.