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Game: Minnesota Vikings vs Baltimore Ravens
Location: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Date: Sunday, October 22, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm CT
Here is how you can watch the action between the Minnesota Vikings and Baltimore Ravens in Week 7, plus the announcers, refs, time, channel, and more. While the Minnesota Vikings are currently sitting on top of the NFC North, the NFL is a landscape that is always changing and one game can derail a team and squash their playoff hopes and dreams. The 4-2 Vikings face the 3-3 Baltimore Ravens in Week 7 at U.S. Bank Stadium. You can live stream the game on fuboTV (try it free). Kickoff is set for 12 p.m. CST on CBS. Greg Gumbel, Trent Green and Jamie Erdhahl will be on the call.
The Vikings hope that Week 7 will be a positive one, as they take the Baltimore Ravens, team struggling offensively, but has shown flashes of being a playoff team with inconsistent play and solid defense they look to move up in the AFC North. The is the second straight home game for the Vikings. In Week 8, they travel to London to play the Browns before their bye week. Two wins to move to 6-2 before the bye certainly would greatly improve their playoff chances. This first three road games for Baltimore before its bye. The Ravens have struggled as of late, dropping two of their last three games after starting the season 2-0.
But that hit was four days ago. It’s ancient history in today’s 24-7 news cycle. The big news is a certain quarterback returning to practice yesterday. Teddy Bridgewater is officially back playing football again! Our prayers have been answered! We can finally resume the vigorous debate of his merits on Twitter in full capacity! Let the wild speculation of his eventual return game action commence! And if that wasn’t enough, the Vikings are heading across the pond next week to take on the Browns in London. It’s the first time the Vikings have played abroad in four years, yours truly will be there to catch all the action live. For those of us staying stateside.