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About the Writer: 
Daniel House
As a young high school student I decided to pursue my dream during my freshman year in high school. I wanted to combine my love for writing and sports by starting my own website. The beginning of this process was seen solely as an operation to have fun and grow as a writer. After about a year of running this website, people wanted more content. I made it bigger, applied for a business license, and grew Vikings Corner to a level I never anticipated. The website has become one of the top Vikings blogs currently on the web. With over 8,300 Twitter followers and a steady readership, I have connected with passionate Vikings fans across the globe. I have gained so much valuable experience, while partnering with the likes of ESPN, Priority Sports, and many others for specific projects. I have covered the team during the NFL Draft at Winter Park, spent the duration of training camp watching from the sidelines, and have interviewed a countless number of players in my young career. Vikings Corner just recently turned four years old and has become more than just a website -- it has become a community. There is nothing I enjoy more than connecting with fans and continuing to follow my passion. I'm currently a sophomore at the University of Minnesota studying journalism with a minor in sports management. I hope to continue sharing stories with the world. There is nothing more rewarding than crafting a valuable story about an athlete. I have written feature stories, covered events, and talked with hundreds of players. I have done things I never thought were possible at my age. I continue to work hard at developing my craft and I never settle for anything less than perfection. I owe much of the success of this website to many of my mentors who have believed in me over the years. More importantly, I can't thank all of the readers of this website enough for their continued support. Your readership and words of encouragement mean more than you know. This is the only beginning of my journey and I can't wait to see what the future holds. 

You can check out all of my content on this website throughout the year. Additionally, you can read my weekly rankings at LeagueSafe and you should keep your eyes peeled for my athlete features for Priority Sports. Staying up to date on all my work is easy by simply giving @VikingsCorner a follow on Twitter. 

I'm always willing to chat if you send me an email at vikings.corner@gmail.com, connect with me on LinkedIn, or follow me on Twitter, @DanielHouseNFL/@VikingsCorner. 

"There is no dream too big to achieve in life. Stay humble, respect others, and work hard. If you do that, there are no limits on the road to success."

Thanks and all the best,







P.S.--- > Here are some samples of my top stories:
2014 Vikings Roster Analysis 
Dres Anderson/Mike Hull Draft Diaries 
Small-Town Roots Lester Bagley Inducted into BASD Hall of Fame
U.S. Bank Stadium: A Total Fan Experience 
Complete 2015 Vikings Positional Previews 
Training Camp Notebook Example 
Chad Greenway Has One Vision -- To Help Others 
A Granddaughter’s Long-Awaited Hall of Fame Smile 
2015 Vikings 53-Man Roster Analysis 
Perfection Fuels Gerald Hodges' Football Engine 
Mike Zimmer has brought a winning culture back to Minnesota 
Notebook: Vikings win in Green Bay, are NFC North Champions 
Vikings vs. Seahawks NFC Wild Card Preview
A Minnesota Vikings Off-Season Plan 
University of Minnesota Pro Day Recap 
David Morgan Draft Diary 
2016 NFL Mock Draft 
Jason Fanaika Draft Diary 
Work Ethic Drives Vikings Second Round Pick Mackensie Alexander 
Continuity vs. Competition: A New Vikings Offensive Line Philosophy 
Laquon Treadwell's Fit in the Offense
Forever a Family Man: the Story of Mike Zimmer

Radio/Podcast Appearances: 
Purple FTW! Podcast - Ep 55 - Vikings-Cardinals Recap with Daniel House of Vikings Corner
Purple FTW! Podcast – Episode 142 – Thursday (PM) Vikings Training Camp Talkers with Daniel House
Episode 144: Vikings Afternoon Deadzone with Daniel House
Under Review Podcast (stats at 12:48) 
Norse Code Podcast Episode 133: Team Building with Daniel House 
ALA FOOTBALL MACHINE: Vikings Schedule Bonanza with Daniel House (Hour 1) 
ALA FOOTBALL MACHINE: NFL Draft Over/Unders & Open Phone Lines (Hour 2) 

7 comments:

  1. Do you see that Ponder is comparable to Alex Smith? Both of them are very smart and struggled in the beginning of their careers.

    Bruce Johnson
    Eagan, MN.

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  2. Thanks for the question Bruce. I like the things that Ponder is doing early in camp. He just needs more confidence and consistency. Smith has struggled in his career and could be labeled comparable to Ponder, but I think Ponder has won more big games already than Smith has in his career.

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  3. Isn't it really about fear? Ponder ducks and runs while other successful quarterbacks hang in there and complete the pass in the pocket. Seems like he just can't read the defense fast enough to hang in there and then he panics.

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  4. I believe I heard that you're from Barron, WI. Any chance you know my cousin Ryan Erickson?

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    1. Yes, I do! Good dude! Thanks for reaching out, Tim!

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