Cardinals at Vikings Live Stream: Watch NFL Online

The Arizona Cardinals face the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium in NFL Week 11. Here’s all the info you need to watch online.

Just a few short weeks ago, the Minnesota Vikings were the darlings of the 2016 NFL season. They won their first five games of the season and all looked bright, despite their devastating injuries. Now entering NFL Week 11, they are plummeting down the NFC standings with no parachute. They hope they can find an emergency wind-suit, proverbially, on Sunday as they welcome the middling Arizona Cardinals to U.S. Bank Stadium.

It’s been a rough go of it for the Vikings as of late. Their offensive line can’t create holes for the run nor protect Sam Bradford. Because of this, their defense has been on the field too much and their biggest strength has simply been fatigued. Even worse, they are now looking short-handed on that defense with Eric Kendricks and Xavier Rhodes potentially missing action, in addition to others.

The Cardinals on the other hand are also banged up on the offensive line. However, they may get Tyrann Mathieu back this week, which would be huge for their defense. Though David Johnson is an immense talent, he’ll have his work cut out for him—especially if Carson Palmer continues to flounder around. This game will fall on the Arizona defense with Chandler Jones and company putting in the effort.

FOX will be broadcasting this big NFC matchup on Sunday. You can also live stream the action via NFL Sunday Ticket and Sunday Ticket.TV. Access the stream and service online or through the app using a paid subscription to log in.

Details for Sunday’s game are below:

Date: Sunday, November 20
Start Time: 1 p.m. ET
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket

Both Arizona and Minnesota desperately need this win on Sunday afternoon. But, as they say, there can only be one. Will a trip home against a banged up Cardinals team be what the doctor ordered for the free-falling Vikings? We shall see.

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