Re-litigating every wrongdoing suffered by Minnesota teams (and by extension its fans) could fill a book and take years to accomplish (or at least a few hours. But still...
The 0-3 Wild are a mish-mash of ill-fitting parts starting a season that could go off the rails in a hurry. It's a mess that former general manager Paul Fenton accelerated in the year he held that job before his sudden firing.
If you like your “we were robbed!” conspiracy theories served with a mountain of evidence, let's turn your attention to an article in Baseball Prospectus.
The former Vikings and Packers great was here for his first season when he turned 40 on Oct. 10, 2009. Ten years later, let's assume his name will never again come up as a replacement for an injured quarterback.
"Believe me, the last week has brought that guy out a little bit in me. There’s some fire there and some edge," Cousins said on his radio show.
After going back and forth on this a few times, here is a list of eight, in order of least to most disappointing playoff finishes for the Twins.
The main reason the Twins lost (again) to the Yankees (again) is that they’re playing in a system tilted against them. The baseball economy mirrors the U.S. economy.
At the risk of ticking off head coach Mike Zimmer, Kirk Cousins should definitely keep his podcast going. And he should invite someone on every week for a heartfelt apology.
Percy Harvin became disenchanted with the Vikings, a situation that apparently boiled over in 2012 when he had a dominant first half of the season but was quickly overshadowed by Adrian Peterson
When it comes to sports media brands, it’s hard to match Sports Illustrated. The magazine was first published in 1954 and enjoyed a decades-long heyday.
Both teams face big tests in New York. The Twins will be looking to set a tone for their future while the Vikings have an urgent need that's very much in the present.
Newsweek did a roundup Wednesday of how various experts see the MLB playoffs shaking out, but got something terribly wrong.
It’s a popular thing for fans to wonder about, particularly when postgame emotions are running hot. But maybe weighing all the factors will provide some clarity on the quarterback's play.
The Vikings have played 13 outdoors games against teams with winning records since 2016. How many of them have they won?
The Twins, with their 101-61 record, don’t even get home field advantage for the ALDS — something they would have had in every season from 1994-2018.
As the CBS lead analyst, Romo offered sharp assessments throughout Sunday's loss of the Vikings’ offense.
The NFL has already retrained us, and not in a good way, on how to watch and react to an otherwise very entertaining game.
Jensen Lewis, a former Cleveland pitcher turned TV co-host/analyst for the team's pregame and postgame shows, posted a tweet that didn't quite hold up.
A quick Twins rally at Detroit. A Cleveland loss a couple hours later. Magic number from two to zero. Here's why Wednesday's clincher was perfect.
What was in the running for feel-good story of the year has turned into a complicated, layered mess that will make you evaluate everything about how we live right now.