Who was the best QB for the Vikings?

March 19, 2019 Off By idswater

Who was the best QB for the Vikings?

QB Kirk Cousins
Minnesota Vikings QB Kirk Cousins ranked the No. 12 NFL quarterback.

Is Sam Darnold better than Teddy Bridgewater?

Darnold does have a bit more firepower in his right arm compared to Teddy, but that’s a pretty low bar to hurdle. During the 2020 season, Bridgewater was one of the NFL’s least effective quarterbacks when it came to throwing the ball downfield 20 yards or more.

When did Brett Favre sign with the Minnesota Vikings?

New York Giants Quarterback Brett Favre announced that he would not sign with the Minnesota Vikings on July 28, 2009, after much speculation that he would. Less than a month later, however, Favre signed a 2-year contract worth $25 million with the Vikings. On February 18, the team released running back Maurice Hicks.

Who is number 4 on the Minnesota Vikings?

There’s one real option, and you all know who it is. We have reached the number 4 in our Minnesota Vikings By The Numbers series. There have been a lot of players that have worn the #4 in team history, surprisingly enough, but there’s only one that made any sort of an impact. . .even if it was for a very short time.

Who was the quarterback for the Vikings in 2009?

View photos from the iconic 2009 Monday Night Football game between the Vikings and the Packers in Minneapolis where QB Brett Favre helped lead the Vikings to a 30-23 victory. Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre (4) celebrates a touchdown during an NFL football game against the Green Bay Packers on October 5, 2009 in Minneapolis.

When did Brett Favre play for the Green Bay Packers?

Brett Lorenzo Favre ( /ˈfɑːrv/ (listen); FARV; born October 10, 1969) is a former American football quarterback who spent the majority of his career with the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL). He was a 20-year veteran of the NFL, having played quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons in 1991,…

New York Giants Quarterback Brett Favre announced that he would not sign with the Minnesota Vikings on July 28, 2009, after much speculation that he would. Less than a month later, however, Favre signed a 2-year contract worth $25 million with the Vikings. On February 18, the team released running back Maurice Hicks.

There’s one real option, and you all know who it is. We have reached the number 4 in our Minnesota Vikings By The Numbers series. There have been a lot of players that have worn the #4 in team history, surprisingly enough, but there’s only one that made any sort of an impact. . .even if it was for a very short time.

View photos from the iconic 2009 Monday Night Football game between the Vikings and the Packers in Minneapolis where QB Brett Favre helped lead the Vikings to a 30-23 victory. Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre (4) celebrates a touchdown during an NFL football game against the Green Bay Packers on October 5, 2009 in Minneapolis.

Who are the players on the Minnesota Vikings?

1 Archie Manning (1983 – 1984) 2 Dale Dawson (1987) 3 Donald Igwebuike (1990) 4 Mike Saxon (1994 – 1995) 5 Doug Brien (2002) 6 Eddie Johnson (2003) 7 Brett Favre (2009 – 2010) 8 Chris Kluwe (2011) 9 McLeod Bethel-Thompson (2012) 10 Brad Sorensen (2016)