The Indianapolis Colts will attempt to keep their 3% chance of making the playoffs alive (and perhaps even increase it) when they travel to Minnesota to battle the Vikings on Saturday afternoon. Matt Ryan is still starting, Jeff Saturday still wants to win, and the idea of improving draft order is at the bottom of this group’s priority list.
Jeff Saturday call post bye week underway.
Matt Ryan will remain the starting quarterback.
— Kevin Bowen (@KBowen1070) December 12, 2022
This weekend in Minnesota the Colts will be tested by some of the best in the league including Justin Jefferson (who is on a historic two year stretch), Dalvin Cook and Alexander Mattison (both of whom have been stellar), and Kirk Cousins (who has navigated defenses with ease all year). With all that said, can the Colts keep that playoff dream alive against a ten win team and a Super Bowl Contender in the Minnesota Vikings?
— Alec Lewis (@alec_lewis) December 15, 2022
Brendan King and Jimmy Cook of The Fan Midday Show went searching for answers and spoke with the long time voice of the Vikings Paul Allen to find them.
Over the course of our conversation Paul discussed:
- if the Vikings pass defense is a real weakness to exploit
- why this Minnesota team can win a Super Bowl
- how impressive star WR Justin Jefferson has been this season
- what it was like to go viral during Bills-Vikes earlier this year
- how Vikings fans know the quarterback carousel struggles that the Colts are going through
Check out our conversation with the voice of the Minnesota Vikings Paul Allen and keep listening to The Fan Midday Show, 12-3pm every weekday, right here on 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan.
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