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This Week

New England Patriots @ Minnesota Vikings

The New England Patriots visit the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium on Sunday at 1 p.m.

The Patriots The Vikings
Overall Record 0-1 Overall Record 1-0
Road Record 0-1 Home Record 0-0
NFC North 0-0 AFC East 0-0
NFC Conf 0-0 AFC Conf 0-0

Tony Corrente is the referee for the game

The Line/Prediction

As of Thursday the line on the game from Sports Betting via Yahoo Sports has the Patriots at MINUS 3. The over/under is 49.

My Prediction is Vikings 30, Patriots, 24. Take the points (Vikings) and take the over. I am 1-0 against the spread and 1 of 1 on calling the over/under in 2014.


Tickets to the game, if available, can be purchased through Ticketmaster. You can check the availability here.

Getting to the Game

If you’re lucky enough to be going to the game in Minneapolis make sure you check out the links.

Here is the up to date weather forecast from the Weather Channel for Minneapolis MN.

Click for all the game day information including stadium directions, parking information and map and a TCF Bank Stadium seating chart.


Here’s a bunch of different tailgating recipes from There’s something there for everyone and every type of meal or snack. I’ve tried some of the recipes and they’re very good.

And with tailgating many people enjoy some adult beverages. With that in mind check out Drink Nation for how to make all sorts of great drinks. You can look things up by name, ingredient(s) or theme.

Whether it’s at the game, a bar or a friend’s house moderation is always the key to a great time. Please don’t drink and drive and designate a sober driver. Remember drive sober or get pulled over.



CBS in televising the game regionally and Ian Eagle will do play by play while Hall of Fame QB Dan Fouts will provide the game analysis and Jenny Dell will work the sidelines. You can look here for your local affiliate.

See if you’re getting the game courtesy of J.P. Kirby at

The DirecTV designation is Channel 706.

Here are all the rules on NFL TV broadcasts including explaining the blackout rules; flex scheduling and commercial breaks.


The Patriots Radio Network broadcasts the game from flagship station WBZ-FM, 98.5 the Sports Hub in Boston. Bob Socci handles the play-by-play and former Patriots QB Scott Zolak will do game analysis. It all starts with Gary Tanguay and Andy Gresh with the pregame show at 10 a.m. on the network. The post game starts after the final gun and continues for three hours along the network.

The Patriots Radio Network call is available on Sirius Channel 132 and SiriusXM Internet Channel 818.

The Vikings Radio Network has Paul Allen calling play by play and former Vikings linebacker, former coach Pete Bercich doing the color and former Vikings punter Greg Coleman works the sidelines via their flagship stations KFAN-FM 100.3 and KTLK-AM 1130.

Their call is available on Sirius Channel 85, XM Channel 85 and SiriusXM Internet Channel 817.

National Sports Radio USA is also broadcasting the game to their national affiliates with Larry Kahn on play by play, John Robinson doing analysis and Troy West covering the sidelines.

Patriots All Access

Patriots All-Access features behind the scenes looks, interviews and breakdowns with head coach Bill Belichick and in depth features on the team. It’s hosted by Steve Burton of WBZ-TV (Boston) and airs weekly in most New England television markets.

  • Boston MA on TV 38 Friday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 9 a.m.
  • Providence RI on WNAC Friday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 9 a.m.
  • Manchester NH on WMUR Saturday at midnight
  • Portland ME on WMTW Saturday at 5 a.m.
  • Hartford CT on WCTX Saturday at 5 p.m.
  • Springfield MA on WFXQ Saturday at 7 p.m.
  • Bangor ME on WVII Sunday at 11 a.m.

You can also watch it anytime on the teams website in the media section.

Last Week

  • The Patriots opened in Miami and lost a Week 1 for first time since 2003, 33-20.
  • The Vikings also started on the road at St. Louis and beat the Rams, 34-6.


  • This is the 12th meeting between the Patriots and the Vikings all since 1970.
  • The Patriots lead the series 7-4; New England has won the last three meetings.
  • This is the 5th time they’ve played in Minnesota. Three times in the Metrodome, once at Metropolitan Stadium and now at TCF Bank Stadium on the campus of the University of Minnesota.
  • 2 of the series games have gone to OT with New England winning both times.
  • The Patriots are 2-2 as the road team in the series.
  • The Patriots won the last meeting between the teams in 2010 at Gillette Stadium 28-18.

Patriots Team Notes

New England PatriotsHere is the Patriots roster, depth chart and injury report for the game.

2014 Patriots Schedule/Results

The Patriots overall franchise record is 438-374-9. They have won three Super Bowls (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX) in seven appearances. Overall they are 25-18 in the post season.

They last appeared in the playoffs in 2013 when they beat Indianapolis in the AFC Divisional Round 43-22 and lost at Denver 26-16 in the AFC Championship Game.

It was the 3rd consecutive AFC Championship game appearance for the franchise and 10th overall. They are 7-3 in those AFC title games.

The Patriots were 12-4 (1-1 in playoffs) in 2013 and are the defending five-time AFC East Champions. They have won the division 11 times and the conference 5 times since 2000.

New England is the only NFL team to finish .500 or better in each of the last 13 seasons (2001-2013).

They have 11 consecutive seasons with at least 10 wins.

They are the first team in the free agency era (1993) to win more than half their games in a 13-season span.

Since 2003 the Patriots have the NFL’s best record at 138-39.

Since 2000 New England is a NFL best 73-40 in road games.

They are 0-1 for the first time since 2003 when they lost at Buffalo 31-0.

New England is 11-1 vs. the NFC North since 2002 in the regular season.

Patriots have an 11-game win streak vs. the NFC North.

It is the longest streak any team has vs. any division.

Patriots have never played at TCF Bank Stadium on the campus of the University of Minnesota. The last time the team played on a college campus was in 2002 when they beat the Chicago Bears at the University of Illinois in Champaign, IL.

New England and Minnesota played at the University of Minnesota before. On August 8, 1971 they had a preseason game at Memorial Stadium to benefit the U of M scholarship fund.

This is the 27th time under Bill Belichick the Patriots have played consecutive road games in those 55 games they are 36-19. They have won back-to-back road 10 times and lost back-to-back road games just twice.

New England is PLUS 1 in turnover differential tied for 11th in the NFL. They have 1 INT and have recovered 2 fumbles while they have thrown 0 INT’s and lost 2 fumbles.

The Patriots are tied for 16th in points scored averaging 20.0 points per game and are 26th in fewest points allowed with 33.0 points per game.

This is the 21st season of Patriots ownership by the Kraft family. Since Robert Kraft bought the team in 1994 they:

  • Have the most Super Bowl wins, 3.
  • Have the most regular season wins, 217.
  • Have the most wins including playoffs, 238.
  • Have the most conference titles, 6.
  • Have the most division titles, 13.
  • Have the most playoff wins, 21
  • Have played the most playoff games, 33.
  • Are tied for the most playoff seasons, 15.
  • The fewest head coaches within the division, 3.
  • Have drafted the most Pro Bowl players, 20.

From 1960 to 1993 the New England/Boston Patriots won a total of 225 games.

Patriots Staff Notes

This is the link to head coach Bill Belichick’s Wednesday press conference on the Vikings.

Bill Belichick is 3-3 against the Vikings, 3-1 as the head coach in New England.

Overall in his NFL career Belichick is 198-106 in his 19th NFL season as a head coach. He is 163-62 with New England and 36-44 with Cleveland. He is 19-9 in the playoffs, 18-8 as head coach of the Patriots in the post season. When you combine his regular season and post season records he is 218-115.

Belichick’s 218 wins are good for 5th all-time.

He has won 5 conference titles; he needs one more to tied Don Shula’s record of 6.

He is the first head coach to have had 4 teams that scored at least 500 points in a season.

Belichick is one of five head coaches in NFL history whose father (Steve Belichick) played in the league. The others are former Kansas City head coach Todd Haley (Dick Haley), former San Francisco head coach Mike Nolan (Dick Nolan), former Cincinnati head coach David Shula (Don Shula) and former NY Jets head coach Joe Walton (Frank Walton).

Belichick is one of just four coaches to win three Super Bowls, joining Chuck Noll (4), Joe Gibbs (3) and Bill Walsh (3). Those men are all in the Hall of Fame.

He is the only coach in NFL history to win three championship titles in four seasons.

No coach either as the head coach or an assistant has appeared in more Super Bowls than Belichick who has been to 8 (five as a head coach).

He is the only coach in NFL history to have led his team to 10+ wins in 11 consecutive seasons.

He has been NFL Coach of the Year three times he and Chuck Knox are the only three time winners, while Don Shula won four times.

Only one of three coaches in NFL history with 100 more wins than loses joining Don Shula and George Halas.

Defensive assistant Brendan Daly had two stints with the Vikings, serving as the defensive assistant/defensive line coach from 2006-2008 and most recently as the defensive line coach during the 2012-2013 seasons.

WR coach Chad O’Shea served as the offensive assistant/wide receivers coach with the Vikings from 2006-2008.

Patriots Possible Starters


  • LT: Solder
  • LG: Cannon
  • C: Stork
  • RG: Connolly
  • RT: Vollmer
  • TE: Gronkowski
  • WR: Amendola
  • WR: Edelman
  • WR: Thompkins
  • QB: Brady
  • RB: Ridley


  • DE: Ninkovich
  • DT: Wilfork
  • DT: Vellano
  • DE: Cha. Jones
  • LB: Collins
  • LB: Mayo
  • LB: Hightower
  • LCB: Revis
  • RCB: Dennard
  • S: Chung
  • S: McCourty

Patriots Players Notes

Tom Brady Notes:

  • This is his 15th NFL season he is 2-0 vs. the Vikings in his career. He is 64-31 on the road in the regular season.
  • This will be the first time Brady has started against the Vikings in Minnesota. The last time the teams played in Minnesota (2008) he was out with a torn ACL.
  • Overall he is 148-44 as a starting QB and is 18-8 in the playoffs for an overall record of 166-52. He is an 8 time Pro Bowl QB; 3 time All-Pro selection; two time NFL MVP and has won 3 Super Bowls while twice being named the games MVP. He is also listed as the 21st Greatest Player in the History of the NFL according to the NFL Network.
  • He now has 41 wins in his career (34 in the regular season and 7 in the playoffs) in which the team was trailing or tied in the fourth quarter. He had 5 comeback wins in 2013.
  • The 5 comeback wins in 2013 tie his career best set in 2003.
  • He did not have a multiple INT game in 2013.
  • 360 TD passes in his career makes him 5th in NFL history 4 TD passes behind New Orleans QB Drew Brees.
  • 148 career wins tie him with John Elway for 3rd all-time.
  • He surpassed 4,000 passing yards in 2013 Week 15 at Miami it was his 6th time having 4,000 passing yards in a season.
  • He has thrown for 2 or more TD’s in 115 games; the team’s record is 98-17.
  • Is only 5th NFL QB to have achieved 140 regular season wins joining Peyton Manning, John Elway, Dan Marino and Brett Favre.
  • He is tied with Drew Brees for most 4 TD 0 INT games in his career with 15.
  • Needs 602 passing yards for 50,000 in his career. He is 6th all-time in passing yards.

Rob Gronkowski notes:

  • Has caught a pass in 51 consecutive games it’s the 4th longest streak all-time for a tight end. Heath Miller is 3rd with a catch in 82 consecutive games.
  • Needs 4 points to move into Top 10 in franchise history.
  • Is 7th in team history with 44 touchdowns.
  • He is 4th in team history with 43 TD catches.

Danny Amendola notes:

  • Finished season with 54 catches for 633 yards and 2 TD’s.
  • Set career high for yards per catch (11.7) and longest catch (57-yards).
  • Ha6 3 100-yard games as a Patriot in 2013 at Miami Week 15, vs. Pittsburgh in Week 9 and in Week 1 at Buffalo.
  • Has missed 4 games in 2013 due to injuries (groin, 3 and concussion, 1).

Julian Edelman notes:

  • Had a 43-yard punt return vs. Pittsburgh Week 9 it was the 10th punt return of 30 yards or more in his career. That ranks third in team history.
  • Had his first 100-catch, 1000-yard season in his career and just the third Patriot behind Troy Brown and Wes Welker.
  • His previous career high was 37 receptions for 357 yards in 2009.
  • Had 4 of his 5 career 100-yard games in 2013, at Miami Week 15, at Houston Week 13, Week 12 vs. Denver and Week 4 at Atlanta.
  • Set career high with 13 catches and 139-yards at Miami Week 15.
  • Lead the team with 105 catches for 1,056 yards. He also had 6 TD catches. He had just 21 catches in 2012.
  • He was 5th in NFL in catches for 2013.
  • Had 9 games with 7 or more catches in 2013.

Stevan Ridley notes:

  • Had his 4th 2-TD game of his career against Pittsburgh in Week 9.
  • Second season in a row with 4 fumbles
  • Lead the team with 773 rushing yards in 14 games
  • Has 14 runs of 20 or more yards in his career most for franchise since 2000.

Shane Vereen notes:

  • Set franchise record with receptions (12) and receiving yards (153) by a running back in a single-game Week 14 vs. Cleveland.
  • Became just fourth NFL running back to post 150 receiving yards in a single-game in the last 10 seasons.
  • Finished with 47 catches for 417 yards and 3 TD’s and 205 yards rushing with 1 TD.

Stephen Gostkowski notes:

  • Has not missed an extra point since Week 17 2006 at Tennessee in his rookie season. He has made 361 consecutive extra points. He is 400 for 401 in his career for 99.8%.
  • The 361 XPA converted in a row is fourth longest streak in NFL history.
  • Lead NFL in scoring in both 2012 and 2013.
  • He is the most accurate kicker by percentage in team history at 86.4% (210 0f 243).
  • Has scored at least 1 point in 108 consecutive games a franchise record.
  • He is 3rd in team history in points with 1,031 trailing only Gino Cappelletti (1,130) and Adam Vinatieri (1,158).
  • Has team record of 12 career field goals of 50+ yards.

Vince Wilfork notes:

  • Played only 4 games in 2013 after suffering a torn Achilles.
  • Prior to 2013 had played in all 16 games in 5 of the previous 6 seasons.
  • Has been a team captain since 2008.
  • Has been named to 5 Pro Bowls and selected as an All-Pro 3 times in his career.
  • 2010 Ron Burton Community Service Award winner
  • He is the fourth Patriots lineman to have two career INT’s.
  • Has 7 fumbles recoveries since 2010 the second most in the NFL in that span behind teammate Rob Ninkovich.

Darrelle Revis notes:

  • Played six seasons with the Jets and one with the Buccaneers before signing with the Patriots.
  • Was a first round pick in the 2007 NFL Draft (14th overall).
  • Has 21 career INT’s and is one of the top shutdown corners in the NFL.
  • 10 of his 21 INT’s have come in the 4th quarter, 5 in the last two minutes of games within 7 points.
  • 2009 AFC Defensive Player of the Year
  • Named to 5 Pro Bowls and selected an All Pro 3 times in his career.
  • Since 2007 has the most passes defensed in the NFL with 109 including a record 31 in 2009.
  • In Patriots debut had 1 tackles, 2 passes defensed and recovered a fumble.

Jerod Mayo notes:

  • Had streak of five consecutive 100+ tackle seasons snapped last year due to injury. He has led the team in tackles in those five seasons (2008-2012).
  • Shares franchise record for leading team in tackles for 5 seasons with Steve Nelson and Vincent Brown.
  • Has two seasons with 180+ tackles
  • Had the 5th highest tackle total (184) in team history in 2012 and the 3rd highest (193) in 2010.
  • Has two seasons with 10 games with at least 10 tackles.
  • Had 12 tackles in week 1 at Miami.
  • Had teams only sack Week 1 at Miami.

Rob Ninkovich notes:

  • In 5 seasons with New England has only missed one game.
  • Has 12 fumble recoveries since 2010 the most in the NFL in that span.
  • Led the team with 2 fumble recoveries.
  • Tied for 2nd on team in sacks with 8 and QB hits with 18.
  • Had back to back 8 sack seasons, a career high.

Chris Jones notes:

  • Rookie had his first NFL sack Week 5 at Cincinnati.
  • Made first NFL start Week 6 vs. New Orleans and had 3 tackles.
  • Had 56 tackles, 6 sacks and 8 QB hits as a rookie.
  • Was second in NFL for sacks by a rookie.
  • Had three games with multiple sacks in 2013.

Chandler Jones notes:

  • Scored his first NFL TD Week 16 at Baltimore on a fumble recovery.
  • Led the team in sacks with 11.5 and QB hits with 21.
  • Was 7th in sacks in NFL and had 4th highest total in franchise history.
  • First player since Chris Slade to start career with two 5+ sack seasons.
  • Blocked his first NFL field goal attempt Week 8 vs. Miami.

There are only two players on the team who played on at least one of the Super Bowl championship teams, Brady (3) and Wilfork (1).

Roster moves this week:

Patriots team captains for 2014:

Former Vikings on the Patriots:

  • none

Players with New England roots:

  • none

Players with Minnesota roots:

  • none

Players from New England based colleges and universities:

Players from Minnesota based colleges and universities:

The Patriots have 6 retired numbers:

  • 20 – Gino Cappelletti
  • 40 – Mike Haynes
  • 73 – John Hannah
  • 78 – Bruce Armstrong
  • 79 – Jim Lee Hunt
  • 89 – Bob Dee

Vikings Team Notes

Minnesota VikingsHere is the Vikings roster, depth chart and injury report for the game.

2014 Vikings Schedule/Results

Minnesota’s all-time record is 432-365-10 they are 19-27 in the post season with their last post season appearance coming in 2012 when they lost at Green Bay 24-10 in the NFC Wildcard Game.

The Vikings have played in four Super Bowls losing to the Kansas City Chiefs 23-7 (Super Bowl IV), to the Miami Dolphins 24-7 (Super Bowl VIII), the Pittsburgh Steelers 16-6 (Super Bowl IX) and to the Oakland Raiders 32-14 (Super Bowl XI).

They last played in a Conference Championship Game in 2009 losing at New Orleans, 31-28 in overtime.

Vikings have 25 playoff seasons since the 1970 merger second most in league history behind Pittsburgh and Dallas who each have 26.

The Norsemen have 7 undefeated home seasons.

This is just the second regular season game played by Minnesota at TCF Bank Stadium their temporary home in 2014 and 2015 while their new stadium is being built on site of the old Metrodome.

They are 0-1 at TCF losing to Chicago 40-14 on December 20, 2010 after the Metrodome bubble collapsed.

The Norsemen were 97-59-4 at Metropolitan Stadium (1961-81), 168-92 at the Metrodome (1982-2013) and 0-1 at Ford Field in Detroit (2010) where they hosted the New York Giants the day after the bubble collapse because the Giants didn’t have any cold weather gear available.

All time vs. the AFC East the Vikings are 18-26.

Minnesota is seeking its first outdoor home win since November 1981.

Vikings have lost last three games to the Patriots.

Minnesota’s 28-point margin of victory in week 1 at St. Louis is the franchises largest since 1994 and 8th largest in team history.

The Vikings 28-point margin of victory is the 2nd most in team history in season opening road games (40-9 at New Orleans, 9/12/76). The 6 points allowed is the 2nd fewest ever in an opening game (24-3 at Atlanta, 9/9/07).

Minnesota is PLUS 2 in turnover differential tied for 4th in the NFL. They have 2 INT’s and have recovered 0 fumbles while they have thrown 0 INT’s and lost 0 fumbles.

The Vikings are tied for 4th in points scored averaging 34.0 points per game and are tied for 1st in fewest points allowed with 6.0 points per game.

Vikings Staff Notes

Read what Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer had to say to the New England media about the match up.

Zimmer is in his 1st season as a NFL head coach, he is 1-0 since taking over. This is his home debut as a head coach. He is the 9th head coach in Vikings history.

He was previously the defensive coordinator for Cincinnati (2008-13), Atlanta (2007)and Dallas (2000-06). He has never been a head coach in college or the NFL.

George Edwards is the defensive coordinator for Minnesota. In the past was a defensive coordinator for Washington (2003) and Buffalo (2010-11). He was Miami’s linebackers coach the last two seasons.

Norv Turner is the Vikings offensive coordinator after spending last season as the OC in Cleveland. He has also been the OC at Dallas (1991-93), San Diego (2001), Miami (2002-03) and San Francisco (2006). He has also been the head coach at Washington (1994-2000), Oakland (2204-05) and San Diego (2007-12).

RB coach Kirby Wilson held the same position with the Patriots from 1997-99.

OL coach Jeff Davidson worked as the New England offensive line coach from 1997-2004.

DL coach Andre Patterson served as the Patriots defensive assistant during the 1997 season.

Vikings Possible Starters


  • LT: Kalil
  • LG: Johnson
  • C: Sullivan
  • RG: Fusco
  • RT: Loadholt
  • TE: Rudolph
  • WR: Jennings
  • WR: Patterson
  • QB: Cassel
  • RB: Asiata
  • RB: Felton


  • DE: Robison
  • DT: Johnson
  • DT: Joseph
  • DE: Griffen
  • LB: Greenway
  • LB: Brinkley
  • LB: Barr
  • LCB: Munnerlyn
  • RCB: Price
  • S: Blanton
  • S: Smith

Vikings Players Notes

Matt Cassel notes:

  • He is 32-36 in his career in the regular season and 0-1 in the playoffs for an overall record of 32-37 in 9 NFL seasons with New England, Kansas City and Minnesota.
  • Cassel was a 7th round draft pick in the 2005 NFL Draft out of USC 230th overall by the Patriots.
  • Spent four seasons in Foxboro as Brady’s backup and played in all 16 games in 2008 when Brady tore his ACL. In his 15 starts he was 10-5 but the team missed the playoffs.
  • He spent the next four seasons in Kansas City and posted a 19-28 record and 0-1 in the playoffs.
  • In 2013 he was 3-3 with Minnesota.
  • He has 11 comeback wins in his career, 2 as a Patriot, 2 as a Viking and 7 as a Chief.
  • Tied team record with two TD passes of 70 yards or more in one season (2013).

Adrian Peterson notes:

  • On Friday the Vikings deactivated Adrian Peterson for Sundays game after he was indicted on charges in Texas involving his 4 year old son.
  • Vikings first round draft pick (7th overall) in 2007 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma.
  • Is a 6 time Pro Bowl selection and 3 time First Team All-Pro.
  • In 2012 after returning from a devastating ACL injury he rushed for a league high 2097 yards with 12 TD’s.
  • In his career he has six 1,000+ yard seasons and would have had 7 if he hadn’t gotten injured in 2011 (970 in 12 games).
  • Has a career average of 5.0 yards per carry.
  • With 10,190 career rushing yards he is 2nd among active running backs behind only Steven Jackson (10,678) and is 27th on the career list.
  • His 86 TD’s are 1st among active running backs and 14th all-time.
  • He is also the active leader in rushing yards per game with 98.2 (3rd all-time).
  • Is a former Rookie of the Year (2007), NFL MVP (2012) and Offensive Player of the Year (2012) winner.
  • Needs 78-yards to break Cris Carter’s team record for combined yards (12,410) in a career.
  • Needs 2 TD’s to tie Randy Moss for 2nd in team history with 93 TD’s. Carter holds the franchise record with 110 TD’s.
  • Most rushing yards in NFL since 2007 with 10,190.
  • 16 times in his career he has 100 yards rushing in one half.
  • His 5 career 200+ rushing yard games are second in NFL history to O.J. Simpson who had 6 career 200+ rushing yard games.

Cordarrelle Patterson  notes:

  • Has a TD in 6 consecutive games.
  • First Viking WR to have a 100-yard rushing game with 102 rushing yards at St. Louis in Week 1.
  • Has 4 career rushing TD’s tied with Percy Harvin for most by a Viking WR.
  • Set a team record with the longest run from scrimmage by a Vikings WR when he scored on a 67-yard run.

Greg Jennings notes:

  • Joins Minnesota after seven seasons in Green Bay.
  • His 55 TD’s are tied for 4th most TD catches in NFL since 2007.

Chad Greenway notes:

  • Is 7th Viking and 5th team linebacker to reach 1,000 tackles.
  • In 2013 became 5th Vikings player to have a season with 3+ sacks and 3+ INT’s.
  • Since 2007 has 11 fumble recoveries, second in NFL to New England’s Rob Ninkovich.
  • Has led Minnesota in tackles for 6 consecutive seasons.

Former Patriots on the Vikings:

Players with New England roots:

  • G Vladimir Ducasse – Stamford CT
  • C John Sullivan – Greenwich CT

Players from New England based colleges and universities:

Vikings team captains:

  • Team selects captains on a weekly basis.

Minnesota has 6 retired numbers:

  • 10 – Fran Tarkenton
  • 53 – Mick Tingelhoff
  • 70 – Jim Marshall
  • 77 – Korey Stringer
  • 80 – Cris Carter
  • 88 – Alan Page

Next Week

Oakland RaidersUp next: Oakland Raiders – AFC West

Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro MA

Date/Time: Sunday September 21 at 1 p.m.

TV Network: CBS