The Vikings have shuffled the deck at times on the offensive line this season, and more moving and shaking could be on the horizon for Sunday's playoff game against the Saints. He set a career high this season with 13.0 sacks during the regular season and added another one against Cam Newton and the Panthers in the Wild Card game.
Remmers has faced Jordan six times in his career, including five times while with Carolina and then once for the Vikings season opener against the Saints.
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Just because the Vikings won handily in Week 1, it does not mean Sunday's playoff game will have a similar result.
"I think you have to be smart when you're throwing in that direction, and you have to understand his leverage and what coverage they're playing behind it", coach Sean Payton said. Metro Transit has challenged the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority to swap social media cover photos to an image of the winner's bus, train vehicle or street auto. I study him just about every offseason, just looking at things that he does well mechanically, decision-making. There was a point in the middle of the season where the only comparable player to Keenum - stat-wise - was Tom Brady.
In the Saints week one matchup with the Vikings, a 29-19 loss, some of the makeup of the Black and Gold is not the same as today.
Bradford also had success against the Saints way back in Week 1. Unlike the quarterback he'll be going toe-to-toe against for a trip to the NFC Championship Game, Keenum hasn't been here before.
But what's made the difference for both these sides from last season is the improvements on the other side of the ball. In games that Ginn has caught a touchdown, the Saints have yet to lose.
"I look forward to welcoming the Saints to Minnesota this Sunday".
We are nearly two weeks into the new year and there are still four National Football League teams without a head coach. He's allowing Adam Thielen, Stefon Diggs, and Kyle Rudolph to make plays. Favre has since revealed he played most of the game, where he threw a fourth-quarter interception that kept Minnesota from winning the game with a field goal and going onto the Super Bowl, with a concussion.