The 2015 NFL post-season gets underway with a pair of Wild Card Weekend games on the schedule for today; and two more set for tomorrow. The Packers, Seahawks, Broncos, and Patriots are all off this weekend after earning first-round byes.
The Wild erased a 2-0, second period deficit with a trio of goals from Ryan Carter, Justin Fontaine and Marco Scandella. Scandella's game winner was his ninth goal of the season, fifth-best among all NHL defensemen.
The Minnesota Wild are looking to snap a five game losing skid Monday night when they take on the Jets in Winnipeg. The Jets sent the Wild to their most recent defeat with a 4-3 overtime decision on Saturday night in St. Paul.
The Minnesota Vikings (7-9) gave rookie head coach Mike Zimmer his first NFC North Division victory with a 13-9 win over the visiting Chicago Bears (5-11) this afternoon at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater finished his 12-game rookie season with a 6-6 record.
The Minnesota Vikings (6-9) host the Chicago Bears (5-10) this afternoon at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis (Radio: AM 1240 WJON, TV: FOX). The kickoff is set for Noon, as the Vikes look to avoid being swept by their NFC North opponents this season.
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