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Almost everything that had been a strength became a weakness, and almost every weakness papered over by a 5-0 start was exposed.
It’s a tradition that goes back more than a half-century, and probably even longer: Minnesota teams being on the wrong end of questionable (or flat-out wrong) officiating calls in the biggest games at the worst possible times.
The Wolves jumping from 16 wins (in 2014) to 29 last year to 46 this year wouldn’t be outlandish, but it would outpace other predictions.
When the Vikings travel to play Carson Wentz’s Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, many North Dakotans will have a conflicting between rooting for their favorite team and the rookie quarterback from North Dakota State.
t’s early, and it’s not like the Wild (12 goals in three games) has been missing Thomas Vanek. But he's off to a fine start with Detroit.