Who were all the Vikings quarterbacks?

Who were all the Vikings quarterbacks?

Kirk CousinsSean MannionKellen Mond
Minnesota Vikings/Quarterbacks

Who is the Vikings best quarterback of all time?

Fran Tarkenton is not only the greatest quarterback the Vikings have ever drafted, he is the greatest quarterback to ever suit up in a Minnesota jersey. Even though he was a third-round draft pick in 1961, he had the opportunity to start under center in 10 games for the Vikings during his rookie season.

Who was the Vikings quarterback in 2015?

Teddy Bridgewater
Regular season

Season Quarterback(s)
2015 Teddy Bridgewater (16)
2016 Sam Bradford (15) / Shaun Hill (1)
2017 Case Keenum (14) / Sam Bradford (2)
2018 Kirk Cousins (16)

How many qbs have the Vikings had?

The Vikings have had 30 starting quarterbacks (QB) in the history of their franchise; they have never had more than three starting quarterbacks in one season. The Vikings’ past starting quarterbacks include Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees Fran Tarkenton and Warren Moon.

Who’s quarterbacking the Minnesota Vikings?

Kirk Cousins
Minnesota announced Tuesday that it has re-signed Sean Mannion, who hit free agency last week. The news of Mannion re-joining the Vikings comes on the heels of starting quarterback Kirk Cousins signing a one-year contract extension earlier this month.

Who was the Vikings quarterback in 2017?

quarterback Case Keenum
Those 2017 Vikings were led by journeyman quarterback Case Keenum, who stepped in for the injured Sam Bradford and was exactly what a loaded roster needed.

Who are the Vikings backup quarterbacks?

The Minnesota Vikings will keep their quarterback room intact for the 2022 season. Per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the team signed backup quarterback Sean Mannion to a one-year deal. “So starting QB Kirk Cousins stays for 2022 and now so does Mannion, whom Cousins values,” Pelissero announced on Twitter.

Who was the Vikings QB in 2017?

Those 2017 Vikings were led by journeyman quarterback Case Keenum, who stepped in for the injured Sam Bradford and was exactly what a loaded roster needed.

Who was the quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings in 2018?

Theodore Edmond Bridgewater Jr.

No. 5 – Miami Dolphins
Career history
Minnesota Vikings (2014–2017) New York Jets (2018)* New Orleans Saints (2018–2019) Carolina Panthers (2020) Denver Broncos (2021) Miami Dolphins (2022–present)
* Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Roster status: Active

Who was the Vikings quarterback in 1998?

quarterback Randall Cunningham
Vikings seasons The 1998 Vikings team is known for its offense, which featured veteran quarterback Randall Cunningham, running back Robert Smith, and Hall of Fame wide receivers Cris Carter and rookie Randy Moss.

Who is the Vikings second string quarterback?

That would be Sean Mannion. Mannion is a long-time backup quarterback who has spent the last three years with the Vikings. He has almost exclusively served as Kirk Cousins’ backup during his time in Minnesota, but has started once for the team. Ironically, it also came in Week 17, during the 2019 season.

Who is the current quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings?

Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins. (Harrison Barden-USA TODAY Sports) Bellator 263: AJ McKee submits Patricio Freire, wins tournament title in quick fashion by Amy Kaplan

Who is Vikings backup quarterback?

Veteran journeyman Brian Hoyer, the primary backup to rookie starter Mac Jones this season, is set to hit free agency when the NFL league year opens in March. At 36 years old, there had been

Who was the quarterback for the Vikings?

The Vikings’ starting quarterback for the first game of their inaugural season against the Chicago Bears was George Shaw. However, he was replaced by Fran Tarkenton early on, who passed for four touchdowns in the game and rushed for one more.

What was the Vikings record?

The best regular-season record was achieved in 1998, when the Vikings went 15–1, but kicker Gary Anderson, who had gone 35-for-35 in field goal attempts during the regular season, missed a 38-yard attempt with less than three minutes remaining in the NFC Championship Game.