Vikings add Bradford to 53-man roster before playoff game

Vikings add Bradford to 53-man roster before playoff game

Vikings add Bradford to 53-man roster before playoff game

Bridgewater has been the Vikings No. 2 quarterback since he returned in Week 10. And if the Vikings were to win the NFC Championship Game on January 21, they'd spend Super Bowl week practicing and dressing in their normal environs, even though they'd technically be the road team on February 4.

Teddy Bridgewater was listed as inactive for Sunday's game.

The line stood with the Vikings as 5-point favorites in the later part of the week, and that line has risen to 5.5 in the hours before the 3:40 p.m.

The second round of the NFL Playoffs is set to begin and it is full of action!

There are several things that make this matchup different than the one in September. Sam Bradford starred for the Vikes, as did Dalvin Cook.

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Everyone continues to wonder when the clock will strike midnight for Case Keenum's magical season. The Saints, the 3 seed have a much-improved defense to go with a first-ballot Hall of Famer, and super bowl champion in Drew Brees leading the defense.

Bress has relied more than ever on his ground game this season, and that will be the true test on Sunday. In that game, quarterback Drew Brees threw for 376 yards and two touchdowns, while Alvin Kamara rushed for a score. Slowing him down will be among the Vikings' chief priorities Sunday. The duo combined for 250 yards and two touchdowns, helping lift Minnesota to a season-opening win. Especially since the Vikings have one of the best defenses in the NFL. Kamara will struggle to get his yards against this team, especially at home. The Lions were the only team to sniff 100 yards with 97 rushing yards, but four of eight visiting teams finished with less than 50 rushing yards. Stud tight end Kyle Rudolph is still short of rude health, despite a week off on the treatment table, so the Saints will fancy limiting the production of one of the most efficient receiving troikas in the league.

The Vikings have underrated talent, and are outstanding at home.

Competing teams ordinarily get 17.5 percent of Super Bowl tickets, with the league retaining 25.2 percent of the tickets and distributing 34.8 percent of them to the 29 clubs not playing in or hosting the game.

As noted before, Christian McCaffrey found success against the Saints in the playoffs, so the Vikings should rip a page out of the Panthers' playbook and feature McKinnon often. Vikings Cover -5.5 Spread.

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