The Vikings did themselves a huge favor for the playoffs, and let out a collective sigh of relief, with a dominant win over Miami at home in Week 15. It kept the team in the six spot for the postseason with two weeks to play. First up: Sunday in Detroit.

It's the last road game of the regular season, and there was plenty to discuss around TCO Performance Center.

Here's head coach Mike Zimmer along with Kirk Cousins, Adam Thielen, Everson Griffen and Anthony Barr meeting with the media at team headquarters in Eagan on Wednesday, plus a report from Star Tribune Vikings beat writers Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer.

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VideoVideo (04:04): Reporters Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer break down the confusing scenarios of what needs to happen for the Vikings to make the playoffs or not, and discuss the problems the Detroit Lions are enduring in December.
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VideoVideo (03:24): Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer has dealt with a host of injured defensive players, but says due to roster depth the team has seen improvements.
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VideoVideo (03:09): Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen and quarterback Kirk Cousins say that interim offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski has a calm demeanor and that there is potential for a lot of growth with him.
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VideoVideo (02:49): Vikings linebacker and team captain Anthony Barr was just selected to go to the 2019 Pro Bowl, but despite the fact he's helped Minnesota's defense rank highly in the league and is a core player, he seems to have little interest in staying with the Vikings after becoming a free agent at the end of this season.
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VideoVideo (02:28): The Vikings selected defensive end Everson Griffen for the 2018 Ed Block Courage Award, which is given annually to one player from every team who displays the ability to overcome personal or professional challenges on and off the field.