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Tune in tonight as the team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen are joined by businessman Thomas Johnson who will talk in detail about the city of Minneapolis, funding for the Vikings stadium and what happened with the Target Center.
Don't miss this program for your chance to be informed about current events in our city, state and world.
Minneapolis mayoral candidate Doug Mann says there is something wrong with the City of Minneapolis' creative financing on the new Minnesota Vikings Stadium.
"The cost to the city will be $680 million, not counting another 300 million dollars worth of revenue to be lost because of property that will be exempted from taxes, including the parking ramps that are tied into the stadium project, according to the text of the Vikings Stadium Act. The total cost to the city will be about $1 Billion."
Join Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen for this Community Alert edition with special guest Minneapolis mayoral candidate Doug Mann.
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In this episode of " Talking Packers with Steve " , i shall be going over the game played against the Minnesota Vikings played here in Week 12 and on the road . Will be going over all the stats and my thoughts on everything that happened during the game as well . IF want to be part of the show , welcome to call in and share your thoughts on things . Twitter handles to follow are these : @Talking_Packers and @ARMY_STRONG_06 .
B-. That's the grade Chris and Dave put on the Packers narrow victory over Minnesota. The boys discuss what the win means in the context of the season and what it might forebode in the upcoming showdown with New England.
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The hosts for TONIGHT'S Home Court Sports Talk Show are: Lamont, Eugene & Mr C
Is it time to press the panic button on the Cleveland Cavaliers?
Should the Milwaukee Bucks focus on getting another lottery pick, or make a push for the playoffs?
Is New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. one handed touchdown catch the greatest catch you ever seen?
Are you disappointed that the Green Bay Packers didn't score 50 on the Minnesota Vikings?
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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will preview the Green Bay Packers (8-3) vs. New England Patriots (9-2). The Patriots have a seven game winning streak, and lead the league points per game (32.5). The Packers have won three, in a row, and rank second, in points per game (32.2).
Future Hall of Fame Quarterback Tom Brady was written off after a slow start, but now has New England thinking Super Bowl. Last year, Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone. He returned, in the playoffs, but that ended in a home loss, to the San Francisco 49ers. This year, he is playing at high level, 30 touchdown passes to only three interceptions, which equates to a 119.2 quarterback ranking. This could be a battle of offense firepower. Neither defense is feared, and both have weaknesses that can be exploited.
This could be a preview, of the Super Bowl. The team that wins this game will continue their momentum, over the final four weeks. The other, will have to dust off the tough loss. Listen in or call the show, with your thoughts.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will talk abou the Green Bay Packers victory, over the Minnesota Vikings. The 24-21 victory was not pretty, but at the end of the day, a win is a win. This win was especially needed, with the Detroit Lions losing to the New England Patriots. The Packers improved to 8-3 and have a one game lead of the 7-4 Lions. After putting up 50 points, in the last two weeks, the Vikings came out and played a tough game for 60 minutes.
However, the toughest player could have been Eddie Lacy. He rushed for 125 yards, and scored two touchdowns. He found the end zone rushing, and was on the end of a shuffle pass from Aaron Rodgers. This win now sets up a showdown with the New England Patriots, next sunday, at Lambeau Field. This could be a Super Bowl preview, as both teams are playing winning football. Listen in and call the show with your thoughts, on the game.
Fantasy Football Episode 1.44: host Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion addresses a "Captain Obvious" social media smear campaign.
Remembering the Dan Herron over Jonas Gray call.
Lamenting Allen Robinson's foot injury and justifying his preseason dynasty rank.
Explaining the overuse of strength of schedule data in weekly fantasy football player rankings.
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In the Week 13 edition of Behind Enemy Lines, Amanda and Chris talk about how much they love having Eddie Lacy after watching the Green Bay Packers edge out the Vikings on the road, plus Chris shares a bit about going...behind enemy lines...at TCF Bank Stadium this past weekend. They then welcome Erik Frenz from Bleacher Report and Boston.com to talk about the matchup between the two best teams in the NFL as the New England Patriots head to Lambeau this weekend. They talk Rob Gronkowski, Darrelle Revis, and then obviously more about Eddie Lacy.
Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Lawson and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda's work over a CheeseSportsLife and Chris's musings at Midwest Sports Fans.