Vikings reporters Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer of the Star Tribune are bringing all you football enthusiasts another way to stay connected to the purple. Consider this podcast to be similar to any Vikings season: full of ups and downs, but never boring.
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I used to listen to this podcast for Vikings info, but the negativity is exhausting. We get it, you think they should have blown it up. You hate kirk. Soo much talk about kirk’s contract and then when he takes a discount to extend, there is still talk about him being too expensive. You think poorly about all the off season moves. We get it. more
The reporting insights are good, but the analysis is boring and cynical. There is almost no diversity of opinion (or background), and they all seemingly lack the ability to be simultaneously critical and entertaining.
I’ve been a listener for more than 4 seasons and the frequency of podcasts has gone down. I noticed it moved to twice a week in season which isn’t bad but even those seemed shorter than previous years. Now that it’s the off season it’s been once every two weeks. There’s other podcasts I listen to that post daily or every 3 days. I can’t be the only one feeling that you all could be doing more.
Ben and Andrew are the best! Could listen to them all day long. However, please please please no more Jim Souhan. He is unbearable. If I wanted to listen to how much smarter he is than everyone else, I’d just listen to his Talk North podcasts.
Decent podcast that covers the basics of the Vikings. The audio problems are a turn off for me. There is a lot of echoing when the hosts talk, especially in recent podcasts. Maybe invest in some microphones and a podcast studio?
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Access Vikings launched 7 years ago and published 107 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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