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How to Watch, Stream & Listen to Vikings-Lions in Week 3

Put the two games together and the Vikings rank 30th in yards per attempt allowed 18th in passer rating allowed (91.8), but seventh in EPA per dropback

📺📱👉 Detroit Lions vs Minnesota Vikings Live

📺📱👉 Detroit Lions vs Minnesota Vikings Live

There’s a lot of turmoil in the Vikings’ secondary right now. Patrick Peterson is 32 and his best years are behind him, while young cornerback Cameron Dantzler has shown flashes, but was benched in Monday night’s game against the Eagles. Throw in an injured Harrison Smith—who will have to be replaced by either Lewis Cine (who has one defensive snap to his name) or Josh Metellus—and the Vikings seem vulnerable on the back end. If you listened to our podcast with Arif Hasan, some of the struggles seem to be adapting to the new scheme, which makes a lot of sense.

Their defensive front, however, remains a threat. Za’Darius Smith has already logged seven pressures to his name, while Danielle Hunter is always dangerous and seems to be regaining his legs (2.0 sacks already) after missing most of 2021.

Player to watch: Amon-Ra St. Brown. The Lions’ entire offense seems to revolve around St. Brown right now, and the Eagles did most of their damage in the shallow parts of the field:


How to Watch, Stream & Listen to Vikings-Lions in Week 3

Put the two games together and the Vikings rank 30th in yards per attempt allowed 18th in passer rating allowed (91.8), but seventh in EPA per dropback

There’s a lot of turmoil in the Vikings’ secondary right now. Patrick Peterson is 32 and his best years are behind him, while young cornerback Cameron Dantzler has shown flashes, but was benched in Monday night’s game against the Eagles. Throw in an injured Harrison Smith—who will have to be replaced by either Lewis Cine (who has one defensive snap to his name) or Josh Metellus—and the Vikings seem vulnerable on the back end. If you listened to our podcast with Arif Hasan, some of the struggles seem to be adapting to the new scheme, which makes a lot of sense.

Their defensive front, however, remains a threat. Za’Darius Smith has already logged seven pressures to his name, while Danielle Hunter is always dangerous and seems to be regaining his legs (2.0 sacks already) after missing most of 2021.

Player to watch: Amon-Ra St. Brown. The Lions’ entire offense seems to revolve around St. Brown right now, and the Eagles did most of their damage in the shallow parts of the field:


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Detroit Lions predictions vs. Minnesota Vikings: Will offense stay hot on the road?


he Detroit Lions have enjoyed the comforts of home their last two games, but now they must head out on the road. Detroit and the Minnesota Vikings will face off in an NFC North battle at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium. The teams split their matchups last year, with Minnesota winning the first 19-17 at home and the Lions taking the second 29-27.


Detroit was able to grind out a solid victory over the Washington Commanders this past Sunday, winning 36-27. Detroit's WR Amon-Ra St. Brown was on fire, catching nine passes for two TDs and 116 yards. St. Brown's longest run was for 58 yards in the third quarter.


Detroit's defense was a presence as well, as it got past Washington's offensive line to sack QB Carson Wentz five times for a total loss of 29 yards. Leading the way was DE Aidan Hutchinson and his three sacks. Those were the first sacks for Hutchinson.


Meanwhile, the game between the Vikings and the Philadelphia Eagles this past Monday was not a total blowout, but with Minnesota falling 24-7 on the road, it was darn close to turning into one. QB Kirk Cousins had a memorable game, but not in the way you want to be remembered: despite one touchdown, he threw three interceptions with only 4.8 yards per passing attempt.


Detroit is expected to lose this next one by 6. They hadn't treated fans well this season, but they at least enjoy a 2-0 record against the spread.


Detroit came out on top in a nail-biter against Minnesota when the two teams previously met in December of last year, sneaking past 29-27. The rematch might be a little tougher for the Lions since the squad won't have home-field advantage. We'll see if the change in venue makes a difference.


How To Watch

When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET

Where: U.S. Bank Stadium -- Minneapolis, Minnesota

TV: FOX

Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)

Follow: CBS Sports App


Dave Birkett

The Lions and Vikings played two games decided by a total of four points last season and they are evenly matched enough to think another close game is in the works Sunday. The Lions will need a big day from their rushing attack to keep Minnesota’s pass rush at bay. That won’t be easy with D'Andre Swift’s injury and given the state of the interior offensive line, but Johnson has shown enough creativity in two games as coordinator that points should not be an issue. The bigger challenge for the Lions is stopping Justin Jefferson and Dalvin Cook, and doing so in their first road game of the season against a reeling team coming off big loss to the Eagles. If this game were at Ford Field the outcome might be different, but even on a short week the Vikings seem to have more a sense of desperation to them. The pick: Vikings 27, Lions 23.


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Carlos Monarrez

My head tells me the Lions’ high-scoring offense will face a tough test against Jim Harbaugh’s stingy Vikings scoring defense because — wait, he didn’t the job? OK, never mind. I’ll just go with my gut on this one and say the run attack will carry the day and the Lions will win in Minny for the first time since the Jim Caldwell era and they’ll win consecutive games for the first time since the Matt Patricia era. The pick: Lions 30, Vikings 28.


Jeff Seidel

I’m not just picking the cover. I’m going straight win after the way the Vikings looked against the Eagles. Yes, the Vikings will play better. And the Vikings will score on the Lions’ defense. But 35 is the new magic number for the Lions. And I don’t think the Vikings can score with the Lions. Not when Amon-Ra St. Brown looks over at another team that didn’t draft him. The NFL is learning: Don’t make him mad. The pick: Lions 35, Vikings 31.


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Shawn Windsor

Minnesota struggled to score against Philly, but held the Eagles offense to a respectable place, something the Lions could not do. Expect the Vikings to give the Lions' offense its stiffest test. Expect their offense, and Kirk Cousins, to rebound and grind out the win in the Lions first road game. The pick: Vikings 23, Lions 20.


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