The Draft With Crissy Froyd | Vikings Happy Hour🍻

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Tonight on Climbing The Pocket’s Vikings Happy Hour, we’re joined by Crissy Floyd of The Draft Network, NBC Sports Edge, and Sports Illustrated. She is a young up-and-coming sports journalist that loves football and loves interviewing quarterbacks in her spare time. With the upcoming NFL Draft, it will be interesting to hear her takes on prospects, especially those that might be selected or are great fits for your Minnesota Vikings. Grab your favorite Lake Monster Brewing beer or any other drink and join Chrissy, Matt, Ryan, and Dave in this Vikings Happy Hour! Discussion topics tonight: — Intro — What are you drinking? — QB prospects — As an LSU grad, does Crissy think the Vikings will draft Derek Stingly Jr.? — Who else does Crissy think the Vikes will target? #Vikings #VikingsHappyHour #CTP #ClimbingThePocket #SKOL #LakeMonsterBrew Fan with us!!! Guest is Crissy Froyd @crissy_froyd of @thedraftnetwork, @nbcsportsedge, & @sibulldogs. The regulars: @Matt Anderson @MattAnderson_8, Ryan Ortega @sportsguyry, and Producer Dave @Luft_Krigare enjoying another @LakeMonsterBrew. This is a @Climb_ThePocket & @DailyNorseman production. ____________________________________________________________________________________ Subscribe to us here! - // Want More Content From Us? Check out and bookmark our websites below! Climbing The Pocket - The Daily Norseman - // On Facebook check out Climbing The Pocket at - // For your beer and food needs: The show's theme music is licensed through YouTube. Also, other music licensed from APM Music as an SB Nation, Daily Norseman video, and audio podcast. (All rights go to The National Football League, the Minnesota Vikings, and all their broadcasters. I do not own any of the music and the footage used in this video. No copyright infringement intended. We do not gain any profit from our videos, and they are for entertainment and educational purposes only) "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."