Cam Newton: NFL asks for explanation over Carolina Panthers treatment
Jan 10 2018 by Marjorie Miles
But if you're looking for Zimmer to say he was rooting for his son's team - and by extension, against his future employer - in what turned out to be the most painful playoff loss in recent Vikings history, well, you're out of luck.
"I think it's just how quickly he gets the ball out and how accurate he is; you could have a guy covered", Barr said. "Here I am as Cam Jordan, sending Cam Newton a bottle of Jordan wine come Monday", Jordan said. "I had some - what are those?"
Afterward, many on the Vikings alleged Saints players were trying to take quarterback Brett Favre out of the game. With the time to get Elflein healthy and back in the lineup, the Vikings will need to decide whether they keep Jeremiah Sirles at left guard next Sunday or plug Joe Berger into that spot (last week's center), keep Mike Remmers at right guard and Rashod Hill at right tackle and have all of their reserve players ready to go.
So Jordan gets to experience the joy of defeating a division rival three times in one season and knocking that same team out of the playoffs, along with a trip to a winery because he insisted on being petty about his victory. "It means nothing to us".
After the Vikings game, Lattimore, a first-round pick from Ohio State, said, "We had to do better with communication".
"We'll just take our time", Zimmer said of Bradford's status, "and see how it goes". They just haven't missed a beat. "I'm gonna need one of you to send me an address".
Walcott could be set for Southampton return
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has insisted he hopes the England global stays put, but Walcott could be on the move this month. He has gone on to make over 400 appearances for the Gunners, racking up more than 100 goals in the process.
Robison, who was a third-year defensive end on that team, had little interest in using it as fuel when asked about it last week.
"I'm not anxious about that", Robison said. They have all this stuff going on, and you might not talk to them for a long time. The Saints offense and defense have matured throughout the season since the 29-19 loss to the Vikings in the September 11 regular-season opener.
Even that game, though, has some limitations as a barometer for Sunday's matchup, given how much both teams have changed since that night. Combined with a Week 2 loss to Tom Brady and the Patriots, the Saints were last in the league, allowing 388 passing yards a game.
But then again, the Vikings (13-3) are different, too, since they have lost Bradford and running back Dalvin Cook to injuries. The Saints' defense is now ranked 15th in the National Football League, allowing 326 yards per game, and Lattimore is a defensive rookie of the year candidate.
"We made enough plays, offensively", Saints coachSean Payton said. "I think they will play well".