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The Vikings-Saints series of 34 regular-season or postseason meetings includes four playoff games.

Minnesota is 3-1 all-time against New Orleans in the playoffs and has advanced to or been in the NFC Championship in each of the past four postseasons in which the teams have met.

A mammoth blowout, a terrific tandem, a heartbreaking loss and a miraculous finish can describe the Vikings vantage point in the four previous playoff games with the Saints.

In honor of Throwback Thursday, here’s a recap of those games:

Mammoth blowout
Vikings 44, Saints 10

Jan. 3, 1988 | Superdome

Setting the stage: The 1987 season was shortened by one game because of a players’ strike that resulted in the use of replacement players for three other games. Minnesota’s fill-ins went 0-3 before starters returned to win five of six. They then lost three of four to close the season at 8-7 and eek into the playoffs (only five teams made it back then: three division winners and two Wild Card teams). A New Orleans team influenced by former Vikings General Manager Jim Finks closed with nine consecutive victories to earn the first trip to the postseason in franchise history. The Saints went 12-3 but finished second in the division as members of the NFC West behind San Francisco (13-2).

In the game: The Vikings started terribly, suffering a sack on their first play and a fumbled snap on their second play to give New Orleans the ball at the Minnesota 11. The Saints scored on their second offensive snap, but it was the only time they reached the end zone.

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An 84-yard punt return by Cheap Anthony Carter Jersey late in the first quarter gave the Vikings the lead for good.

Minnesota added a 5-yard touchdown pass from Cheap Wade Wilson Jersey (who relieved Cheap Tommy Kramer Jersey) to Cheap Steve Jordan Jersey, a 10-yard halfback pass from Cheap Allen Rice Jersey to Carter and a 44-yard Hail Mary pass from Wilson to Cheap Hassan Jones Jersey in the second quarter. The deep heave occurred on an untimed down after New Orleans was penalized for having 12 players on the field.

The Vikings defense limited the Saints to 11 completions and intercepted Bobby Hebert and Dave Wilson twice each to advance.

Quote: “I don’t think anybody gave us a chance other than us. We went to New Orleans and kind of caught fire.” — Ring of Honor LB Cheap Scott Studwell Jersey

Terrific tandem
Vikings 34, Saints 16

Jan. 6, 2001 | Metrodome

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Setting the stage: The 2000 Vikings opened with seven consecutive wins and added a separate four-game win streak before dropping their final three games. Yet Minnesota won the NFC Central and a first-round bye with an 11-5 record. The Saints won the NFC West with a 10-6 mark that equaled the defending-champion Rams and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. New Orleans defeated St. Louis 31-28 in the Wild Card round.

In the game: A week after Isaac Bruce caught seven passes for 127 yards and a score and Torry Holt was limited to 26 yards on two catches, the Saints faced Minnesota’s eventual Hall of Fame receivers Cheap Cris Carter Jersey and Cheap Randy Moss Jersey.

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Carter recorded eight catches for 120 yards and a score, nearly mirroring Bruce’s line. Moss, like Holt, had two receptions, but they were for touchdowns of 53 and 68 yards from Cheap Daunte Culpepper Jersey.

Kailee Wong and Robert Tate each intercepted Aaron Brooks, who was sacked by Cheap John Randle Jersey and John Burrough.

Quote: “A lot of people have a lot of nicknames, but he has the nickname ‘Super Freak’ … When he plays at a high level, not many people in the league are better than him.” — Cris Carter on Randy Moss

Heartbreaking loss
Saints 31, Vikings 28

Jan. 24, 2010 | Superdome

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Setting the stage: The 2009 Vikings, led by former division rival Cheap Brett Favre Jersey, opened with six consecutive victories. The impressive start, however, was undermined when Minnesota went 2-3 in December, dropping three prime-time contests. The 12-4 mark was good enough for the No. 2 seed, and the Vikings routed the Cowboys in the Divisional round. The Saints opened even more impressively, winning their first 13 games, before losing their final three.

In the game: Vikings lead by seven, tie; Vikings lead 14-7, tie; Saints lead 21-14, tie; Saints lead 28-21, tie with 4:58 remaining.

Fred Evans recorded the Vikings lone sack of Drew Brees on the snap that followed a 2-yad touchdown run by Cheap Adrian Peterson Jersey.

Minnesota forced a three-and-punt and got the ball back at its own 21 with 2:37 remaining.

Completions by Favre of 10 and 20 yards were followed by a 14-yard run by Cheap Chester Taylor Jersey to the New Orleans 33 with 1:06 remaining. Runs by Taylor and Peterson were stuffed for no gain. Minnesota called a timeout with 19 seconds left on the clock.

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The Vikings were then flagged for 12 men in the huddle, moving the ball to the 38. Favre, who had been pummeled throughout the game, tried to make a play with a late pass over the middle, and it was intercepted at the New Orleans 22 by Tracy Porter.

Minnesota never touched the ball again. Garrett Hartley made a 40-yard field goal to end the first overtime possession, which was helped by a phantom pass interference call.

Quote: “This season was a success. It’s not the success we all wanted. But I have to tell you, this loss hurts – especially when we knew we should have won. It’s hard to put the feeling I have right now into words. I felt we beat ourselves more than they beat us.” — Cheap Bernard Berrian Jersey

Miraculous finish
Vikings 29, Saints 24

Jan. 14, 2018 | U.S. Bank Stadium

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Setting the stage: The 2017 Vikings overcame a 2-2 start during which they lost their starting quarterback (Cheap Sam Bradford Jersey) and running back (Cheap Dalvin Cook Jersey) by winning 11 of 12 games to close the season. The 13-3 mark earned a No. 2 seed and the opportunity to host a Divisional round game. The Saints won a competitive NFC South with an 11-5 record, then hosted and defeated Carolina in the Wild Card round. New Orleans was again led by Brees and featured _AP_ Rookies of the Year on offense (Alvin Kamara) and defense (Marshon Lattimore).

In the game: The Vikings built a 17-0 lead by halftime with touchdown runs by Cheap Jerick McKinnon Jersey and Cheap Latavius Murray Jersey and kept the Saints off the scoreboard until 1:18 remained in the third quarter.

New Orleans surged with a pair of touchdown passes from Brees to Michael Thomas in a span of less than four minutes of game time. The Saints took a 21-20 lead on a 14-yard pass to Kamara with 3:01 remaining.

Minnesota responded with a 53-yard field goal by Kai Forbath with 1:29 to go. Brees converted a fourth-and-10 with a 13-yard pass for a first-and-10 at the Minnesota 33 with 40 seconds left.

Cheap Brian Robison Jersey and Cheap Anthony Harris Jersey stuffed Kamara for a loss of 1 on a third-and-1, and Minnesota used its second timeout with 29 seconds remaining.

Wil Lutz put the Saints up 24-23 on a 43-yard field goal.

Cheap Case Keenum Jersey converted a first-and-15 with a 19-yard pass to Diggs to move the ball to the Minnesota 39 with 18 seconds. A pair of incompletions followed, leaving Minnesota with 10 seconds and no timeouts.

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Keenum aired out a pass that Cheap Stefon Diggs Jersey high-pointed. A subtle movement by Diggs helped him go unscathed on a tackle attempt by Marcus Williams. Diggs kept his balance, spun and cruised down the field for the winning score.

It was the first NFL playoff game to end with a touchdown as time expired and sent Vikings players, coaches and fans into unbelievable euphoria.

Quote: “I couldn’t believe it. There are plays like this that you dream for your whole life.” — Stefon Diggs

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The 96th annual East-West Shrine Bowl will look a little different from the way it has been done in the past. There will be no actual game played due to the COVID-19 situation but that won’t stop teams like the Minnesota Vikings from getting a look at the talented young players who could be selections in the 2021 NFL Draft.

According to the official website of the Vikings, offensive quality control coaches Christian Jones and AC Patterson as well as defensive quality control/assistant linebackers coach Nick Rallis will be part of what is being called the Professional Development Opportunity.

The Professional Development Opportunity will feature virtual training and informational drills that could help some players catch the eye of teams looking ahead to the draft. Having three members of Minnesota’s staff on hand could help them find a diamond in the rough, much like the Vikings have been able to do in the mid to late rounds of the draft or as undrafted free agents.

In addition to the Professional Development Opportunity, some players will join virtual experiences with young patients at the Shriners Hospitals for Children, which is a nice reminder of what the Shriners are all about.

Some notable players from the East-West Shrine Bowl over the years that Vikings fans should be very familiar with are quarterback Cheap Brett Favre Jersey, Cheap Ed White Jersey, Hugh McElhenny, and Cheap Alan Page Jersey. Each of those players has spent time with the purple and gold and are enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame as well as the East-West Shrine Bowl Hall of Fame.

WACO, Texas– Defensive tackle Cheap James Lynch Jersey was selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the 120th pick overall, on day three of the draft.

Lynch is just the 11th Bear at his position to be drafted and the first since nose tackle Andrew Billings went in the fourth round to Cincinnati in 2016.

He is just the fifth to be drafted to Minnesota out of Waco and the first since linebacker Ray Berry 1987.

Lynch earned unanimous All-America honors in 2019, the first Bear since 2015 and just the 10thBear overall to earn the prestigious honor. The junior was only the fourth Bear from the defensive side of the ball to be a consensus All-America honoree.

Lynch was the 2019 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year (AP and coaches) and Big 12 Lineman of the Year (coaches), leading the conference with 13.5 sacks, good for sixth-most nationally and a single-season Baylor record. He also ranked second in the conference with 19.5 tackles-for-loss on the year, good for third-most in program single-season history. His three forced fumbles were second-most in the Big 12 and his two fumbles recovered were fifth most. Overall, through 14 games played, the Round Rock, Texas, native amassed 41 total tackles.

Lynch was also a finalist for the Hendricks Award, given to the nation’s top defensive lineman and was on the preseason watch lists for the Outland Trophy and the Bednarik Award. He was named the Dave Campbell Texas Football Texas Colleges Player of the Year and was a First Team All-Big 12 honoree. In addition to his consensus All-America honors, he also earned First Team All-America honors from ESPN and The Athletic and Second Team All-America honors from Sports Illustrated.

In three seasons in Waco, Lynch set a new Baylor record with 22.0 total sacks and ranks seventh with 33.5 career tackles-for-loss. He finished his collegiate career with 101 total tackles, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and three blocked kicks.

Lynch is the second Bear to be taken in the 2020 draft, following wide receiver Denzel Mims’ second-round selection to the New York Jets. The two draft picks so far are the most since 2016 for the Bears.

BAYLOR DEFENSIVE TACKLES ENDS IN THE NFL DRAFT (Since 1970)
1970 – Walter Groth – 13thRd (332th), New York Jets
1970 – Earl Maxfield – 17thRd (433), Washington
1980 – Gary Don Johnson – 7th(168), Cincinnati
1985 – Pat Coryatt – 10th(273), Chicago
1992 – Marcus Lowe – 10th(260th), Cleveland
1995 – Steve Strahan – 6th(188th), Carolina
1996 – Daryl Gardener – 1st(20th), Miami
2003 – Ethan Kelley – 7th(243st), New England
2011 – Phil Taylor – 1st(21st), Cleveland
2016 – Andrew Billings – 4th(122nd), Cincinnati
2020 – James Lynch – 4thRd (130th), Minnesota

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If you’re already sick of trade rumors involving Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins and the San Francisco 49ers, it doesn’t look like they’re going to disappear anytime soon.

We’re completely guilty of speculating about a possible Cousins to the 49ers trade during the last few months and now, ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio has thrown his hat into the discussion.

Florio recently appeared on a San Francisco radio station (95.7 The Game) and he believes that San Francisco making a trade for the current Vikings quarterback is “more realistic,” than them completing a deal to acquire Houston Texans signal-caller Deshaun Watson.

Mike Florio thinks the Minnesota Vikings are looking to give away Kirk Cousins
Florio’s comment about Cousins being a more realistic trade option for the 49ers than Watson is far from a hot take. What he went on to say about what it would take for Minnesota to deal their starting quarterback is where his thoughts begin to get ludicrous.

“I can’t see the Vikings demanding a whole lot if they would decide to move on from Kirk Cousins. I think that’s something that the 49ers should definitely explore, and if the Vikings know what’s good for them, frankly, in all due respect to Cheap Kirk Cousins Jersey and the team, they’ll decide to make a move.”

He can’t see the Vikings demanding a whole lot? Is this what Florio truly believes or is this what the guy who thought Cheap Case Keenum Jersey could’ve returned to Minnesota in 2019 wishes would happen?

The Minnesota Vikings enter the 2021 NFL free agency period needing to make decisions on several free agents on their roster. Given how Minnesota’s roster is constructed, the team will have some financial decisions that could leave veterans looking for other teams.

The 2020 season for the Vikings was tough despite bright spots
The 2020 NFL season was challenging for the Minnesota Vikings. The team went through many players over the year. Forcing them to sign several guys off their practice squad, other teams’ rosters, and free agency. As a result, the Vikings finished 7-9 and have their highest draft pick (14th) since 2015.

The trade that landed Justin Jefferson
That is not to say the season did not have its highlights. Despite Cheap Stefon Diggs Jersey stellar season, the trade with the Bills should be viewed as a success. The Vikings have a star on their hands with Cheap Justin Jefferson Jersey.

The former LSU standout finished the 2020 season with 1,400 receiving yards, a total that set rookie records in both the Super Bowl era and Vikings franchise history. Jefferson surpassed both Anquan Boldin (1,377 yards) and Hall of Famer Cheap Randy Moss Jersey Vikings record (1,313 yards) with a 133-yard performance in Week 17.

Jefferson led all rookies this season with 88 receptions and tied for second-most touchdowns with 7. Cheap Adam Thielen Jersey was a touchdown machine, and Cheap Dalvin Cook Jersey was, well, Dalvin Cook.

However, it is not always sunny in Minnesota.

The Vikings will enter the 2021 free agency period with salary cap concerns
Currently, Minnesota isn’t projected to have much salary cap space when the new league year begins in March. According to Over the Cap, the Vikings are projected to be over the salary cap by $11.628 million.

Of the 15 Vikings players who will be free agents in 2021, 10 are unrestricted free agents. Before they can attempt to re-sign them or any draft picks, the team needs to free up some salary cap early in the free agency period.

We will likely see several veterans turn into roster cuts due to cap constraints
The easiest of these targets would be tight end Cheap Kyle Rudolph Jersey. Rudolph has been a cornerstone of the Vikings’ offense. However, the team selected Cheap Irv Smith Jr. Jersey to be the successor when this day came. Not only that, but the Vikings save $5.1 million in 2021 cap space if the team cuts him before June 1. The team does incur $4.35 million in dead money if they make that decision.

Another interesting name could be left tackle Cheap Riley Reiff Jersey, but this is a bit more of a longshot. Reiff is coming off one of the best seasons of his career, and plays at one of the critical positions in the NFL. However, from a pure money aspect, it makes sense. The Vikings would save $11.75 million in 2021 space if the team moves on, while taking on $2.2 million in dead money with the move.

Another player is safety Harrison Smith. There is no question that Smith is one of the best safeties in the NFL. Over his nine-year career with the Vikings, Harrison has racked up 747 tackles (557 solo), 66 pass breakups, and 28 interceptions in his 130 games played.

The issue is Cheap Harrison Smith Jersey will be on the last year of his contract in 2021. If they choose to release him, Minnesota could save $10.25 million and incur no dead cap in the process.

The Vikings’ defense has several players hitting free agency in 2021
When looking at the Vikings’ free agents for 2021, the defensive side outweighs the offense quite a bit.

One member of the Vikings’ defense looking at free agency in 2021 is LB Eric Wilson. The Vikings asked a lot from Wilson in 2020. He was made a starter along with Cheap Anthony Barr Jersey and Cheap Eric Kendricks Jersey after Minnesota used the transition tag on Wilson to keep him on the team for one more season. The move cost Minnesota approximately $3.3 million for the year.

Wilson played in all 16 games for the Vikings and led all Minnesota defenders with 122 tackles (62 solo). He was also the only one of the three to make it through the whole season uninjured. Wilson could see a contract offer around $5 million in free agency, which could be low enough for the Vikings to counter.

Safety Anthony Harris will likely part from the Vikings in free agency
Coming into 2020, Anthony Harris was viewed as one of the top defensive players to hit the market. That was before the Vikings surprised him and everyone else with a franchise tag.

Harris saw a decline in his production last year. In the previous season, Harris snagged 6 interceptions but failed to record a pick in 2020. Now, that is not to say he will come that much cheaper, but it’ll be slightly more reasonable. According to Spotrac, Vikings S Anthony Harris enters the 2021 free agency period with an estimated market value of $14 million per year on a five-year, $70 million contract.

Given the various needs the Vikings must address in free agency and other pending free agents, Harris is likely gone this offseason.

Minnesota Vikings’ 2021 offensive free agents
RB Cheap Ameer Abdullah Jersey, 28
WR Cheap Chad Beebe Jersey, 27
RB Cheap Mike Boone Jersey, 26
LT Cheap Dakota Dozier Jersey, 30
G Rashod HIll, 29
G Cheap Kyle Hinton Jersey, 23
C Cheap Brett Jones Jersey, 30
QB Cheap Sean Mannion Jersey 29

Minnesota Vikings’ 2021 defensive and special teams free agents
LB Cheap Todd Davis Jersey, 31
S Cheap Anthony Harris Jersey, 30
S George Iloka, 31
DT Cheap Jaleel Johnson Jersey, 27
CB Cheap Chris Jones Jersey, 26
DE Cheap Ifeadi Odenigbo Jersey, 27
LB Cheap Eric Wilson Jersey  27

Florio is also a guy who said two years ago that the Vikings might’ve been better during the 2019 season if they had stuck with Keenum instead of signing Cousins. Are we beginning to understand why he might “think” Minnesota would be willing to practically give away their current starting quarterback?

For a team like the Vikings with a current head coach and general manager who are heading into a 2021 season where they will be on the hot seat, any trade offer for Cousins that doesn’t include a first-round draft pick in return isn’t something Mike Zimmer and Rick Spielman are going to bother with.

With their jobs on the line, Zimmer and Spielman aren’t about to give away Minnesota’s starting quarterback who just threw 35 touchdowns during the 2020 season. The Vikings would need enough trade compensation to land a new starting signal-caller whose performance wouldn’t result in the offense taking a significant step back in 2021.

So contrary to what Florio believes (and wishes), there’s no reason to expect Minnesota to agree to a trade involving Cousins that doesn’t result in them receiving at least one first-round draft pick in return.