Podcast: Stefon Diggs, Adrian Peterson and buried bones

The Minnesota Vikings’ win over the Kansas City Chiefs pointed out some positives (rookies), negatives (blocking) and ended with bones on the floor (what?).

The Minnesota Vikings showed their defensive strength against the Kansas City Chiefs, but showed some offensive weaknesses, too.

Jim Souhan of the Star Tribune and Tim Yotter of Viking Update review the game, praising Stefon Diggs, questioning the running lanes and wondering who the offense is built for – Adrian Peterson or Teddy Bridgewater.

There are all the usual assessments of the upcoming roster moves, the rookies like Diggs, Trae Waynes and Eric Kendricks, and Mike Zimmer’s aggressive style, along with the segments of what’s irritating us, why the NFL is weird, stats of the week, Yotter grilling Souhan on other sports, and Vikings predictions that don’t seem so stupid now.

But Tim and Jim really just wanted to get to the end to see if they had the same Sid story. Turns out they did, but how do you spell “music” on a typewriter?

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