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It’s Case Keenum time again, what’s next for the Vikings at QB? (ep 224)

Matthew Coller and Judd Zulgad get together for an emergency Purple Podcast after the Vikings announced that Sam Bradford would miss this week’s matchup with the Tampa Bay Bucs and ESPN reported that Bradford is seeking a second opinion on his knee. How long do we expect Bradford to be out? Could the Vikings survive with Case Keenum? Should Colin Kaepernick be a part of the conversation?

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  • keystone5

    C’mon guys, regarding Kaepernick, it’s not collusion. These are billionaires making business decisions not to piss off a large percentage of their customer base. People who own companies generally want to avoid controversy and making their customers angry. Several polls show the protests have caused people to turn off the NFL. http://es.pn/2vMfE7f

    As far as why does Kaepernick get more vitriol than others doing the same — its because he started the trend. Prior to Kap, nobody on the sidelines was kneeling.

    Love the podcast. Keep it up.





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