The Minnesota Vikings are undefeated! They will try to stay that way when they face the New York Giants for ‘Monday Night Football’ on Oct. 3. This game is going to be full of hard-hitting action so don’t miss a single second. Click to watch.
The Minnesota Vikings are on their way to a 4-0 start, which is an amazing kickoff to the 2016 NFL season. Standing in their way are Eli Manning, 35, and the rest of the Big Blue Wrecking Crew – the New York Giants! The Giants are looking to get back to winning and will try to hand the Vikings their very fist loss in their brand new stadium in Minneapolis. The game kicks off at 8:15 PM ET, so tune in to see who leave the U.S. Bank Stadium with a win.
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The Giants are coming off a heartbreaking loss to the Washington Redskins in Week 3. Odell Beckham Jr., 23, fell to his nemesis (and unintentional dance partner) Josh Norman, 28, in a devastating score of 29-27. Such a bummer! Had the Giants pulled off the victory, they’d be going into this game undefeated (and tied with the Philadelphia Eagles for the NFC East.)
Sadly, things aren’t looking good for Big Blue. Though Shaun Hill, 36, started the season as the Vikings quarterback (subbing for Teddy Bridgewater, 23, after he tore his ACL in preseason practice) it’s been the Sam Bradford show for the past two weeks. The 28-year-old outperformed Aaron Rodgers, 32, in the match against their bitter rivals, the Green Bay Packers, per CBS Sports, though the defense has been scary good.
Even with Odell, Victor Cruz, 29, and Sterling Shepherd, 23, the Vikings are expected to keep the Giants from lighting up the scoreboard, thanks to the defense. Yet, New York’s coach, Ben McAdoo, 39, is considered an “unpredictable play caller,” per NFL.com.
On common downs like first-and-10, there’s a 50-50 chance of him calling for a pass or a run. Could the Giants somehow outmaneuver the line that has taken Minnesota to a perfect start? Or will these mind games just result in a massive headache for the Giants?
Who do you think will win this game, HollywoodLifers? Will New York give the Vikings their first loss of the season or will Minnesota remain undefeated?