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A new approach from Zim and the Michael Floyd signing (ep. 199)

ESPN’s Ben Goessling along with 1500ESPN’s Matthew Coller and Judd Zulgad discuss Mike Zimmer’s comments about taking a tougher approach and trying to be more “blue collar.” Also, Anthony Barr’s fifth-year option was picked up, Teddy Bridgewater’s wasn’t, so what does each mean to the future of the Vikings? And, mid-podcast, the Vikings signed Michael Floyd. How might he fit in the lineup?

 

  • Mike Sullivan

    Bradford Gets next year to prove that he can lead the offense consistently and lead scoring drives to not only get leads for a top 5 defense and keep them fresh, But also can win a game or two with his arm in the clutch. If he does that, and the Vikings get to the playoffs with a chance, Then you sign him to an extension. The Vikings have the option of the Franchise tag after next season, and Bradford knows the Vikings can hold him for the next three years if they want to. Bridgewater may come back, but I don’t see him as ever being the player he was before. If the Vikings were smart, They draft a QB in next years draft and maybe even trade up to get one.
    If Bradford is not the long term answer, and the Vikings falter in 2017, Then Speilman and Zimmer may both be out, Bridgewater and or Bradford get traded, And we rebuild with extra draft picks and a new quarterback.





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