Purple FTW!

Auditing Trader Rick's Capital Gains with JReidDraftScout & BJ Reidell

Trader Rick Spielman landed a phat return on the Minnesota Fightin' Vikings' 8 inbound picks in the 2017 NFL Draft, trading up twice for running back Dalvin Cook and center Pat Elflein, yet still coming away with 11 selections. To help comb through the picks, we compiled out conversations with @JReidDraftScout (The Viking Age) and BJ Reidell (@RobertReidell) (Vikings Territory & About The Labor Podcast) from earlier in the week on BULL with Andy Carlson. Tune in as better draft minds than I sift through the draft picks, the undrafted free agents, and if Vikings fans should be Bearish or Bullish on the rookie acquisitions.

All that and more "Future Franchise Quarterback Jack Nelson" chatter on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast!

A Carlson Digital Joint


Past Episodes

The game is near. Let's go the Super Bowl, shall we? For a look at the sports betting angles of the NFC Championship Game, Joe Duffy (@OffshoreInsider) stops by as we chat about the Vikings being road favorites, the low over/under of 38.5, and projected lines of the two potential matchups for the Vikes if they do advance. Plus for one last look at the Eagles, John Barchard (@JohnBarchard) of Bleeding Green Nation Radio and Sports Radio WIP in Philadelphia stops by to chop up the Foles/Keenum showdown and grovel about each other's defenses.
Another day closer to what seems like destiny for the Minnesota Fightin' Vikings. For more intel on the low energy Philadelphia Eagles, we enlisted friend of the program Alexis Chassen (@LovelyBuckeye) of Bleeding Green Nation to chat about underrated Philly defense, faith in Nick Foles, and why Doug Pederson has won over the fanbase. Plus Darren "Doogie" Wolfson of The Scoop Podcast pops in to discuss an illness keeping him away from covering the Minneapolis Miracle, concerns going in to Philadelphia, and if this season is fate. Also we open talk about making to Episode 500 and open the Voicemail!
The Philadelphia Eagles are the final level boss standing between the Minnesota Fightin' Vikings and becoming the first team to ever play the Super Bowl in their home stadium. In case you hadn't heard. To shine some light on the Birds of Prey, we welcomed Locked on Eagles co-hosts Michael Kist (@MichaelKistNFL) and Benjamin Solak (@BenjaminSolak). We chatted about how the Eagles defense matchups up against Case Keenum and the Vikings, their belief in Nick Foles, and how the Zimmer Double-A Gap look is so simple/so complicated. Plus Jordan Reid (@JReidDraftScout) swings in to share our mutual belief about the Minneapolis Miracle and look ahead to Philly.
The Minneapolis Miracle is in the rearview but the afterglow is enough to melt the heart of even the chilliest of Minnesota Fightin' Vikings fans. To sort through the madness and get us refocused on the prize is Friend Emeritus of the Program Arif Hasan (@ArifHasanNFL). We gabbed about the miracle play, how New Orleans was able to stage the comeback in the first place, the Tebowmania element to Case Keenum, the importance of Andrew Sendejo, and we look ahead to the strengths and weaknesses of the Philadelphia Eagles.
A playoff miracle FINALLY went the Minnesota Fightin' Vikings' way as the Purple staved off a potential historic collapse to defeat the New Orleans Saints 29-24 Sunday at Historic US Bank Stadium. Stefon Diggs' last second 61-yard touchdown catch and run will go down as one of the few positive infamous moments in team history. Now it's on to Philadelphia for a chance to travel to.... Minneapolis to play Super Bowl LII.
The long awaited showdown between the Minnesota Fightin' Vikings and the Crooked New Orleans Saints at Historic US Bank Stadium is finally here. Vikings Fans this will be the first step on the road to redemption as the Purple try to Bring It Home. Helping us bring home some cash on the Divisional Round is picks with Joe Duffy (@Offshoreinsider). Plus a candid conversation with former Saints wide receiver Donte Stallworth (@DonteStallworth). We talked about his time with the Saints during the 2005 Hurricane Katrina season, how his DUI manslaughter incident changed his life and sharpened his advocacy, and I make him bet his house on the Vikings-Saints game.
We start sinking our teeth into the upcoming Minnesota Fightin' Vikings versus the Crooked New Orleans Saints matchup with 5 Things. Topics include: Are the Vikings better or worse than Week 1, what to do with Sam Bradford, Kyle Rudolph could be an X-factor on Sunday, potential offensive line shakeups, and the #FreeMcKinnon movement. Plus friends of the program Josh Pelto, Andrew Roth, and Ben Theis stop by for some Vikes Over Beers as we relive and rehash the 2009 NFC Title Game and look ahead to Sunday's revenge game over a few cold ones.
Can the week please go by a little faster so we can get to the Minnesota Fightin' Vikings beating down the New Orleans Saints already? To help speed along the process is Friend Emeritus of the show Darren "Doogie" Wolfson (@DWolfsonKSTP) to chat about the Divisional Round grudge match, potential offensive line shakeups, injuries, and Kai Forbath Revenge Game narrative. Plus Jordan Reid (@JReidDraftScout) checks in to discuss Drew Brees becoming DREW BREES again, potential weaknesses in the Saints defense, and how the Zimmer Hellfire Defense should look to shut down the Fightin' Sean Paytons.
Drew Brees, Sean Payton, and the New Orleans Jabronis are driving their jalopy bus up north to take on the Minnesota Fightin' Vikings at Historic and ravenous US Bank Stadium. To chat about the matchup, we brought in Friend of the Program Courtney Cronin (@CourtneyRCronin) ESPN NFL Nation Vikings Reporter back to the show to talk about how the Vikings will look off the bye, preview the upcoming piece about Case Keenum preparing via virtual reality, the historic storylines of vitirol, and if the season is a bust of the Vikings aren't hoisting a trophy on February 4th.
The Minnesota Fightin' Vikings are set to play the New Orleans Saints in the Divisional Round Sunday afternoon at Historic US Bank Stadium. Setting aside the bad blood playoff narratives of seasons past, the Saints come in as one of the most balanced teams in the league and their third win of the season over the Carolina Panthers in the Wild Card. We pontificate a few thoughts about the upcoming rematch, break down whether or not Vikings fans should still be bitter about the 2009 NFC Championship Game, plus an extended rant about Is This Season a Failure if the Vikings Don't Win the Super Bowl?

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