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The bad news for the Minnesota Vikings didn't end as the final seconds ticked off the clock in Baltimore with their 29-26 loss to the Ravens , it continued with the injury updates as the week progressed.
The Minnesota Vikings take on the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday afternoon at Mall of America Field in Minneapolis, with nothing on the line for the home team other than a lot of people trying to keep their jobs.
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Chip Scoggins is a Star Tribune sports columnist. He has temporarily returned to cover the Minnesota Vikings.
This is the NFL's 94th season. Even if we ignore the era without stats or when players had to play on both sides of the ball , that's a lot of seasons and thousands of games in the books.
With their last-minute loss to the Baltimore Ravens last week, the Vikings have been mathematically eliminated from the playoffs.
Many assume that the Vikings will part ways with Christian Ponder at the end of the season, setting him free to latch on with another team.
All alone in first place with three games to go ... How do the Eagles handle the prosperity of being in this position for the first time since the 2010 season? We ponder as the focus turns to Minnesota on Sunday ... The Eagles are back to work preparing for a Vikings team that has lost a lot of close games, including a heart-wrenching deal in ... (more)
The Minnesota Vikings ' loss to the Baltimore Ravens , although it helps, comes a little too late to help their draft position enough to select the top quarterback in 2014.
In case you don't recognize him poised in the pocket with plenty of time to throw, that's Matt Cassel playing quarterback for the Vikings on Sunday.
Not only did the Vikings lose the lead Sunday in Baltimore three times in the fourth quarter - including twice in the final 90 seconds - then saw their star running back and several other players suffer significant injuries during the loss.
When a team storms back from a 14-0 third-quarter deficit to claim a 34-20 victory, in a late-season battle of division leaders staged amid a blizzard that looks like a scene out of "The Shining" , it's safe to say that Survival Sunday has lived up to its hype.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, left, hands the ball off to running back Ray Rice as snow falls in the first half of an NFL football game against the Minnesota Vikings, Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013, in Baltimore.
The Vikings are 3-9-1 after their latest loss, an entertaining but ultimately heartbreaking 29-26 loss at Baltimore.