We’ve got our results from this week’s FanPu

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We’ve got our results from this week’s FanPu

Postby panxing18 » Wed Aug 14, 2019 2:45 am

lse polls from all of the NFC North sites along the SB Nation network Chuck Foreman Jersey , and not surprisingly fans are either more or less confident in their teams entering Week 7 action based on how they did in Week 6.As far as the Minnesota Vikings are concerned, their 27-17 victory over the Arizona Cardinals was enough for a slight lift in fans’ spirits, as we now have a full three-quarters of Vikings fans expressing confidence in the direction of the team. Yes, they’re now up to 75% in the confidence ratings, good for second in the NFC North in that category this week.Looking at what fans of the Vikings and their opponents this week Paul Krause Jersey , the New York Jets, think of this week’s contest, it appears that both sides are expecting a Minnesota victory. Vikings fans are, on average, looking at an eight-point win over the Jets Fran Tarkenton Jersey , while Jets’ fans predictions average out to a 2-point Minnesota win.That was only the second-biggest rise in confidence this week, however. The biggest rise comes from a team that didn’t actually play in Week 6. The Detroit Lions, coming off of their bye, saw the level of confidence in their team go from 52% to 58% this week.That 58% is not the lowest level of confidence in the NFC North, however. No Brett Favre Jersey , that distinction goes to the Green Bay Packers. In spite of. . .or, perhaps, because of. . .their last-minute victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football, only 34% of Green Bay fans are confident in the direction of their team this week.The only NFC North team that saw a drop in confidence this week was the only team that lost. With their overtime loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Chicago Bears saw confidence in their team drop from a season-high of 96% down to 85%.It doesn’t figure to get any easier for the Bears this coming Sunday. . .they get the distinction of facing the New England Patriots on Sunday afternoon.That’s a look at some of this week’s FanPulse results from around the NFC North. We did have a team-specific question for this week Adam Thielen Jersey , and we’re waiting for the graphic for that one to be finalized before we put it out there. We’ll have some more on those results tomorrow. The week just keeps getting more interesting in Minnesota"Multiple sources have confirmed that teams are showing interest in Minnesota Vikings cornerback Trae Waynes. The 2015 first-round draft pick could be headed elsewhere before the NFL Draft in April. Minnesota picked up his fifth-year option for a guaranteed $9.069 million. The Vikings would likely get a couple draft picks for Waynes, such as a third and fifth round pick (me just spit balling). Who knows, Minnesota could be offered a 2nd round pick for him.This could benefit both parties: It clears cap space for Minnesota to address needs elsewhere and could grab a couple picks out of the deal. The other team receives a reliable cornerback, while not having to give too much up. The Michigan State alum started in 14 games last season and managed eight pass deflections, one interception and 44 combined tackles. Throughout his career he’s started in 39 games and recorded eight interceptions and deflected 34 passes.What do the readers think? Comment below if you think it’s worth trading Waynes or if Minnesota should hold onto him.
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