Adrian Peterson To Undergo Surgery, Could Return In 2016Adrian Peterson will undergo surgery on his right knee to repair a torn meniscus and Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer says the star running back could return this season.
Mike Zimmer: Peterson Has Torn MeniscusMinnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer tells local radio station KFXN-FM that running back Adrian Peterson has a torn meniscus in his right knee.
Keidel: Is Sam Bradford The Answer For The Minnesota Vikings?With Teddy Bridgewater lost for the season, the Minnesota Vikings turn to a mediocre Sam Bradford to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Video: Jared Allen Announces RetirementNFL defensive end Jared Allen will hang up his cleats after 12 seasons.
Moment 6: The First 'Hail Mary' PassAfter a 1975 playoff battle between the Dallas Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings, quarterback Roger Staubach said that he closed his eyes and said a "Hail Mary" when he threw a 50-yard touchdown pass in the final seconds of the game.
Staubach & Pearson Look Back At Iconic PassDallas Cowboys Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach and Ring of Honor wide receiver Drew Pearson recall one of the most memorable and iconic plays in franchise history.
The Importance Of The 'Hail Mary' PlayRoger Staubach and Drew Pearson recall the 'Hail Mary' touchdown pass that vaulted the Dallas Cowboys to a 17-14 playoff victory over the Minnesota Vikings in 1975, and they discuss the importance of the play in regards to Cowboys history.
Moment 11: Dorsett's Unbreakable Record RunWhile records are made to be broken, Tony Dorsett holds a record that can't be broken. He made the longest run in NFL history, when the Dallas Cowboys player raced for a 99-yard touchdown run against the Minnesota Vikings in 1983.
Dorsett Recounts His 99-Yard RunTony Dorsett recalls his record-setting run against the Minnesota Vikings. The former Dallas Cowboys running back recounts how me made his final burst into the end zone, avoiding both a Vikings defender and teammate Drew Pearson.
Moment 21: The Herschel Walker TradeIt was in October 1989 that the Dallas Cowboys dealt running back Herschel Walker to the Minnesota Vikings for five players and six draft picks, the largest and most complicated trade in NFL history.
Herschel Walker Trade Was "Like A Heist"Dallas Cowboys contributor and writer Mickey Spagnola recalls the trade that sent Herschel Walker to the Minnesota Vikings in 1989, including the shocking initial reaction from fans and the media.
Team Grades: Seahawks Get Kick Out Of 10-9 Win Over VikesSeattle (11-6) still found a way to leave a bitterly cold Minnesota with a 10-9 NFC Wild Card victory, thereby punching their ticket to the second round of the playoffs, meaning a date next Sunday on the road yet again with the top-seeded Carolina Panthers.