Thursday Night Football Week 10 game features Washington Redskins vs. Minnesota Vikings at 5:25 p.m. or 8:25 p.m. ET on November 7, 2013. The two teams will play at Mall of America Field at Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Information about watching the game on live stream free online are listed below.
Redskins vs. Vikings Thursday Night Football Preview
Going into tonight's matchup, the Redskins is 3-5 and Vikings 1-7 in the last eight games. Redskins is ranked third in NFL East Division, while Vikings is ranked fourth in NFC North. Comparing the overall stats between the two teams, the Vikings will need a miracle to win.
According to NFL.com, the Redskins' offensive stats far outweigh that of the Vikings in every category of yards achieved. Redskins' quarterback Robert Griffin III has achieved 2,169 yards with 181 completions and 9 touchdowns, but Vikings' QB Christian Ponder has only 98 completions, 1,072 yards, and 3 touchdowns.
While Vikings' RB Adrian Peterson, NFL's reigning MVP, have scored 7 touchdowns and 711 yards, the Redskins' RB Alfred Morris is just a little shy from matching Peterson's performance this season.
In the defensive comparison, the Redskins' yards and points allowed per game is about equal to that of Vikings with the exception of "Third Down Conversion % Allowed" (Redskins 35.4, Vikings 49.2). The odds of winning for Vikings is exceptionally low tonight. But Peterson and his teammates will do their best to put up a fight.
Redskins vs. Vikings Video and Radio Live Streaming
NFL Network will be televising the game nationally and live streaming it online through NFL Network Live (select TV provider). Those without television subscription can watch the Redskins vs. Vikings live stream free online here.
Redskins vs. Vikings radio broadcasts can be accessed online or through either of the teams' radio stations or affiliate networks.
Redskins' fans can find their team's radio stations network affiliates here, and online live radio streaming stations here. Vikings' fans can find their team's radio station affiliates here, and online live radio streaming stations here.
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