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5 things we learned from Vikings thriller over Jets

The 6-7 Minnesota Vikings have been much better than we expected in 2014. They barely pulled off a thrilling 30-24 overtime victory against the New York Jets on Sunday. Teddy Bridgewater delivered a beautiful screen pass to Jarius Wright, who took it 87 yards for the game-winner. Here are five takeaways from the win: You may also be interested in: 5 things we learned from Vikings...
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December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Jets vs. Vikings: Mushroom Stamp Winner

OK, obviously I gave it to Jarius Wright, as you can tell by the picture above, but it could have easily gone to any of the guys below: - Teddy Bridgewater: The rookie strikes again late in the game, both with impressive play with 23 seconds left to get the Vikings into a game winning field goal try (which ****-head Blair Walsh missed), but then also with his audible after recognizing...
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December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Sheldon Richardson Gives the Jets Hope for the Future

As Jarius Wright was running down the sideline for the game-winning touchdown in the Jets-Vikings game, he had only one man to beat. Number 91 was sprinting as fast as he could, trying to give the Jets another shot to win the game, but he fell short as the Jets lost their 11th game of the season. As the Jets enter an offseason that will most likely be full of change and turnover...
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December 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Vikings Make the Wright Play to Win in Overtime

The New York Jets have been a mess all season and will likely fire coach Rex Ryan. It looked like the Vikings may win big for the second consecutive week. That did not happen. The game was close the whole way and the Vikings needed to head to overtime to finish off the struggling Jets, 30-24. There were some bright spots however. Teddy Bridgewater continues to show improvement and...
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December 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Bridewater audible leads to Wright's game-winner in OT

MINNEAPOLIS -- At first, Jarius Wright just needed some water. Later he needed to pause his postgame scrum with reporters briefly and went straight to a trashcan and appeared to be throwing up. Then the Minnesota Vikings' overtime hero needed a seat. He would later leave the open locker room and be attended to by athletic trainers. Wright gave everything he had to finish off Minnesota...
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December 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Ready to LOL ... or cry? Watch Jets lose ugly in overtime

Those poor, poor New York Jets. In a season that went off the rails weeks ago, things got even worse on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. After battling through four quarters to a tie, both teams went into overtime tied 24-24. Then with less than 11 minutes left in the extra period, things collapsed: That's Jarius Wright taking a simple screen pass and outrunning everyone for...
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December 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Jarius Wright Takes Screen Pass 87 Yards for Game-Winning Touchdown

The Minnesota Vikings escaped Week 14 with an ugly home victory over the lowly New York Jets. Speedy receiver Jarius Wright took a simple Teddy Bridgewater screen pass and flew 87 yards for the game-winning score in overtime. Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson was the guy trying to chase him down: [Twitter: @TheCauldron] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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December 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Vikings Injury Update: Jarius Wright exits with a hamstring injury

The Minnesota Vikings failed to beat a reeling Chicago Bears' squad on Sunday, losing 21-13 after jumping out to an early 10-0 lead. An already thin group of wide receivers was hampered by injuries during the game, including Jarius Wright, who exited with a hamstring issue and failed to catch pass. #457502648 / Wright was only targeted once on Sunday before leaving...
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November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Vikings Who Need to Make an Impact in 2014 | #10 Jarius Wright

#10 | Jarius Wright Number 10 on the list goes to wide receiver Jarius Wright. Wright came out strong during his rookie year in 2012 and many expected him to take an even bigger leap in 2013. Unfortunately he ended up only playing in 7 games and reeling in only 22 balls and 2 TDs. The Arkansas product should be in position to battle with Jerome Simpson for the 3rd receiver on...
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July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Minnesota Vikings' Jarius Wright Is Worth A Flier in Fantasy Football

Bill Musgrave’s offense wasn’t kind to many players on the Minnesota Vikings the past three seasons. As he was shown the door along with Leslie Frazier last January, there are plenty of crimes that he could be tried for in failing to get a unit with some talent to perform consistently.Because of that, fantasy football players everywhere were singing to the heavens when Norv Turner...
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June 21, 2014  |  Discuss

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