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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Kirk Cousins fails to meet the moment vs. 49ers. Vikings season depends on him now.

SANTA CLARA, CALIF. — Oli Udoh almost jumped, like a frog touched on the rump. Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins, scrambling as the play clock ran down, from the 49ers 3-yard line, on what might have been the key play of the game, had lined up behind Udoh, the right guard, instead of the center. For a moment the deadly serious and frequently injurious sport of professional football became a sitcom, and Udoh all but levitated.
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San Francisco 49ers 34, Minnesota Vikings 26 : Errors spell doom for Vikings by the Bay

The Minnesota Vikings came in short-handed on the defensive line against a San Francisco 49ers team that likes to run the football. That’s usually a recipe for disaster, and that’s how things played out on Sunday at Levi’s Stadium. Despite having plenty of chances throughout the afternoon, the Vikings wound...
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Kirk Cousins lined up under the right guard, who does not snap the ball

Kirk Cousins often seems like one of the NFL’s better quarterbacks on-paper. Cousins has consistently put up impressive numbers since signing a huge contract with the Minnesota Vikings ahead of the 2018 season, but he only has one playoff appearance to show for it. Even when Cousins is good, he has a reputation for failing in big moments. He’s not going to shake that distinction after the way the Vikings lost to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 12 on Sunday.
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How to Watch & Listen to Vikings-49ers in Week 12

EAGAN, Minn. – The Vikings defense (5-5) might encounter its toughest pre-snap challenges of 2021 on Sunday when they visit the 49ers (5-5). During the open part of Minnesota's Wednesday practice, Vikings linebackers went through the motions. As many pre-snap looks and movements as they could get to in preparation for San Francisco's attack that begins before hiking the football.
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Ways to Watch and Listen to Vikings vs. 49ers in Week 12

The San Francisco 49ers (5-5) will return home from Jacksonville with another victory under their belt to take on the Minnesota Vikings (5-5) in a game with major implications in the NFC playoff race. With the potential returns of Elijah Mitchell, Dee Ford and Dre Greenlaw, the 49ers will look to extend their two-game win streak at Levi's® Stadium at 1:25 pm PT on Sunday, November 28. Here are all the ways to follow the game.
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Bay Area Sports Page

3 bold predictions for 49ers/Vikings: Kirk Cousins matches his interception total

It’s that time of the week where we make bold predictions, you say how far-fetched they are, and we circle on Sunday and talk about how each happened. So without further ado, let’s get into our three bold predictions for Sunday’s playoff-like game between the 49ers and Vikings. Kirk Cousins...

WATCH: Deebo Samuel scores 4th rushing TD of season

Deebo Samuel’s evolution into a running back continued Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. He capped a six-play, 75-yard touchdown drive with a 20-yard rushing touchdown – his fourth of the year. Ironically the 49ers’ drive started with a Samuel run that went backward four yards. A big 37-yard completion to Brandon Aiyuk on a third-and-13 helped kickstart the 49ers’ scoring drive that tied the game at 7-7.
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Golden Nuggets: Game. Day.

“Greenlaw was activated on Saturday afternoon, but Ford will remain out for at least one more game.”. “Yeah, I think it’s when you can dictate it,” head coach Kyle Shanahan said on Friday. “And that’s the best way to dictate a game, is to run the ball. And to do it, it’s not just the running back, it’s not just the O-line, and it’s not just the offense. I feel like when you can dominate a game through the run game, yeah, you’ve got to have all of that with the offense, but it’s the whole team.”
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East Bay Times

Live updates: 49ers beat Vikings in big NFC matchup

GAME ESSENTIALS: 49ers (5-5) vs. Vikings (5-5) at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, at 2:25 p.m. (PT). TV: FOX-TV (Ch. 2), Announcers: Chris Meyers (play-by-play), Daryl Johnston (color commentary), Jen Hale (sideline reporting). ODDS: 49ers -3. OVER/UNDER: 49. SERIES: 49ers lead 24-23-1. LAST MEETING: 49ers won 27-10 in a 2019...
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Daily Norseman

Vikings Report Rewind LIVE: Vikings at 49ers

Another afternoon of Minnesota Vikings football is over and done with, ladies and gentlemen, and that means it’s time to talk about what we just watched on Vikings Report Rewind. As always, yours truly joins Drew and Ted from the aptly-named Vikings Report with Drew and Ted to talk about...
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