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, but we’ve got a look at our FanPulse results for Week 8. Once again, following a victory for the Vikings, the overall confidence in the team has gone up, according to our survey.The percentage of fans that are confident in the direction of the Vikings now stands at 80%, which is up from last week’s figure of 75%. Shockingly, that’s only the third-highest level of confidence amongst NFC North teams this week.At the top of the list is the Detroit Lions, who have seen their confidence rating go up to 86%, a huge increase from the 58% figure they were at last week. Fans of the Chicago Bears saw a small drop after their last-second loss to New England www.vikingscheapshops.com
, but they’re still at 84%, which is ahead of the Vikings. Last, coming off of their bye week, the Green Bay Packers saw yet another drop in confidence, as now only 32% of their fans are confident in the direction of their team.Damn shame, that.This week’s survey also asked fans whether or not they were confident that their team was going to make the 2018 NFL playoffs. There were four teams whose SB Nation fan sites whose fan bases are 100% positive that their team is going to make the postseason: The Kansas City Chiefs, the Los Angeles Rams, the New Orleans Saints. . .and YOUR Minnesota Vikings. Yes Minnesota Vikings T-Shirt
, even New England Patriots fans are “only” 96% sure that their team is going to be playing in the postseason, which is a little surprising.Among the other NFC North teams, 66% of Lions fans believe their team is going to the playoffs. The Bears have 57% of their fanbase thinking that they’re going to the postseason, while 55% of Packers fans think that Aaron Rodgers can single-handedly will that team into the playoffs one more time.That’s a look at this week’s FanPulse results, folks. If you have any thoughts on a Vikings-specific question we could submit for next week’s poll, feel free to leave it in the comments.Vikings Roster Cuts: Minnesota Vikings release J.P. Quinn With questions surrounding the status of Pat Elflein, the Minnesota Vikings have some questions to answer at the center position as they trim their roster down to 53 players. One player that saw time at center this preseason is not going to get the opportunity to be his replacement.J.P. Quinn, who the Vikings signed just before the start of training camp Minnesota Vikings Hats
, was a part of the team’s initial wave of cuts on Friday afternoon.Quinn went undrafted this past spring after a solid college career at the University of Central Michigan. There, he was teammates with Tyler Conklin, who the Vikings took in the fifth round of this year’s draft. Quinn did a solid enough job at center, but just didn’t get a lot of opportunity to make an impression and will now be moving on.Keep it right here as we continue bringing you stories about the players that the Minnesota Vikings release as we watch the final 53-man roster take shape.