It's time for the Vikings vs Cardinals live stream, which should send fantasy owners checking their scores more often than usual as both Kyler Murray and Kirk Cousins will have to be on top of their game in this NFL live stream.
Kyler Murray is the cliche video game type of quarterback. He can throw or run for yards and do the same for touchdowns. His performance last week in the team’s 38-13 win over the Titans was only his latest reminder of his electric abilities. Murray threw for 289 yards and four touchdowns, while also running the ball for a score on a naked bootleg play at the end of the first half. In total the number one overall pick from two years ago tallied 309 yards and five touchdowns.
The Vikings’ Kirk Cousins, though not as nimble, still stuffed his stat sheet in week one. Cousins completed 36-of-his-49 for 351 yards and two touchdowns, both going to Adam Thielen. He also helped engineer a scoring drive that started at the Vikings own five-yard-line and ended at the Bengals’ 35 where Minnesota kicker Greg Joseph kicked the game-tying 53-yard field goal to force overtime. Unfortunately for the Vikings, their offense stalled and later turned the ball over on a Dalvin Cook fumble, leading to the Vikings’ 27-24 loss to the Bengals.
Outside of trying to limit how bad these quarterbacks can hurt a defense, the Vikings will try to keep Deandre Hopkins from bailing his quarterback out with his dominant red zone plays. The three-time all pro caught two touchdown passes last week.
The inactives are as follows:
Vikings: Mond (QB), Hand (CB), Surratt (LB), Barr (LB), Darrisaw (T), Lynch (T), Griffen (DE)
Cardinals: Streveler (QB), Benjamin (RB), Barcoo (CB), Gowan (CB), Kennard (LB), Miles (OL)
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Meanwhile, the Cardinals are going to have to make sure last year’s rookie of the year stays out of the end zone. Justin Jefferson didn’t score last week, but he did catch five passes for 71 yards and even threw and completed a pass for 11 yards.
The Cardinals are a 4-point favorite against the Vikings. The over/under is 51.
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Vikings vs Cardinals live streams in the US
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The game starts at 4:05 p.m. ET / 1:05 p.m. PT today (Sept. 19).
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Vikings vs Cardinals live streams in the UK
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The Vikings vs Cardinals live stream starts at 9:05 p.m. BST Sunday evening.
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Vikings vs Cardinals live streams in Canada
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