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Another loss means another drop in confidence for fans of the Minnesota Vikings in our weekly FanPulse poll. I know Marcus Epps Minnesota Vikings Jerseys , it’s not a surprise, but we’re going to talk about it anyway.The drop in confidence this week was not a huge one. . .of course, when you were only at about 21% in the first place, there’s only so far you can drop. But, with the loss on Monday night, the percentage of fans that feel they’re confident in the direction of the team is now down to 17%.Shockingly. . .well Minnesota Vikings Jerseys 2019 , shockingly to me, anyway. . .is that there are ten fan bases across the SB Nation network of NFL blogs that have a lower figure than the Vikings’ 17%. Those teams?Bucs Nation (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) - 13%, currently sitting at 5-8Behind the Steel Curtain (Pittsburgh Steelers) - 12%, losers of three in a rowGang Green Nation (New York Jets) - 12%, sitting at 4-9Mile High Report (Denver Broncos) - 10%, just lost to the 3-10 49ersCincy Jungle (Cincinnati Bengals) - 9% Trae Waynes Jersey , losers of five in a rowThe Falcoholic (Atlanta Falcons) - 7%, sitting at 4-9 with five straight lossesBig Cat Country (Jacksonville Jaguars) - 4%, sitting at 4-9Hogs Haven (Washington Redskins) - 3%, losers of four straightCat Scratch Reader (Carolina Panthers) - 2%, losers of five straightRevenge of the Birds (Arizona Cardinals) - 0%, sitting at 3-10Not surprisingly Eric Kendricks Jersey , the fans of the Vikings’ opponent this week are trending in a decidedly different direction. Following their last-second “Miami Miracle” victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday, 67% of Miami Dolphins fans are expressing confidence in the direction of their team. That’s the highest that number has been for the Dolphins since Week 4.Both fan bases are anticipating a win this week, and by the same margin. Both Vikings fans and Dolphins fans are calling for wins for their respective clubs this week by three points.Will the confidence number ever go up again in our FanPulse polling? Man, I hope so. The Vikings have now signed five players from the now-defunct league"The Minnesota Vikings just keep on adding players from the once-was Alliance of American Football league. This time, Minnesota adds former AAF and Green Bay Packer linebacker Greer Martini. The other player being signed is former San Diego Fleet safety Jordan Martin, according to Mike Garafolo. This will be Martin’s first NFL contract. He played his college ball with Toledo and played eight games with Syracuse. Martin has experience at the cornerback position Infant Marcus Epps Jersey , as he’s started in 14 games there while at Toledo. He made the move to Safety while with the Orange, where he started in five games. Here’s an interception he had while in the AAF:Martini, the Notre Dame Alum, was tied for fifth in the AAF with 55 tackles before the league pumped the brakes on the season. Martini joined the Green Bay Packers practice squad last season as a undrafted free agent. The 23-year-old played in all four preseason games where he recorded 13 tackles. Here’s an interception by Martini:Here’s an example of some good vision during last year’s preseason stint:The Vikings aren’t messing around with adding these AAF players. Beefing up the practice squad, perhaps? Martin and Martini are the fourth and fifth players from the AAF to be signed by Minnesota. The others are: Cornerback Duke Thomas, defensive end Karter Schult and safety Derron Smith. All five are defensive players. Ohhh and this one’s for Eric and Chris


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