Vikings vs Patriots : The Minnesota Vikings have marched right back into the postseason picture. To continue their chase of the Bears, they’ll have to take down Tom Brady and the Patriots today while on the road in a hostile environment.
Brady and Kirk Cousins will be on display in today’s New England and Minnesota game that starts at 4:25 pm EST / 1:25 pm PST. Fox is the TV channel to tune into, and you can watch Vikings vs Patriots live streaming online without cable on a phone, tablet or computer using one of the following services:
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Minnesota (6-4-1) got a huge win against the Packers last week to pull ahead in the NFC North’s second place spot. The Vikings are looking good both in their pursuit of the Bears, who they trail by 1.5 games, and in the NFC Wild Card race.
Last week Kirk Cousins completed 76.3 percent of his passed for 342 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions. With a rating of 129.5 in that game, it’s easy to see why the Vikings paid the big money to bring in Cousins from Washington.
New England (8-3) remains one game behind the Chiefs in the hunt for the top position in the AFC. Home field advantage will be huge in the postseason so the Patriots know they cannot afford to fall further behind. They own the tiebreaker against KC as well.
The Patriots have won four of their last five games with the one blemish being the odd blowout loss to Tennessee two weeks ago.