There is a good chance that if you’ve found this page then you’re playing the Immaculate Grid.
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Well, good news, you’re in the right place.
I’ve done some research and have found players who played on both the Dolphins and Vikings.
Teddy Bridgewater was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft after a stellar collegiate career at the University of Louisville. In Minnesota, Bridgewater showed promise early, earning a Pro Bowl selection in his second season.
Unfortunately, a severe knee injury during the 2016 preseason sidelined him for nearly two full seasons. Upon his return, Bridgewater spent time with the Jets and the Saints, filling in admirably for an injured Drew Brees in 2019.
His performance led to a starting opportunity with the Carolina Panthers in 2020, where he provided steady quarterback play. In 2021, Bridgewater was traded to the Denver Broncos, where he competed for and won the starting quarterback job.
Bridgewater Key Stats
- Pro Bowl (Vikings)
- 3000+ Yard Passing Season (Vikings, Panthers, Broncos)
Daunte Culpepper was selected 11th overall in the 1999 NFL Draft by the Vikings, Culpepper was recognized for his arm strength and mobility.
Culpepper’s 2004 season with the Vikings was one of the most productive ever by a QB, as he set a single-season record for total yardage produced by a quarterback (5123 yards) and led the NFL in passing yards (4717). His performance earned him a Pro Bowl selection, one of three he would achieve in his career (2000, 2003, 2004).
His career took a downturn following a serious knee injury in 2005, and he then bounced around with several teams including the Dolphins, Raiders, and Lions. Despite these later challenges, Culpepper left a significant mark in the NFL, ending his career with 24,153 passing yards and 149 touchdowns.
Culpepper Key Stats
- Pro Bowl (Vikings)
- 3000+ Yard Passing Season (Vikings)
Jay Fiedler was originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Philadelphia Eagles in 1994 after playing quarterback at Dartmouth.
Fiedler is most known for his time with the Miami Dolphins, where he played from 2000 to 2004. Before joining the Dolphins, he played one season each with the Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, and Jacksonville Jaguars. After leaving Miami, he also played a season for the New York Jets.
While Fiedler never won any significant awards or honors, he led the Dolphins to playoff appearances in the 2000 and 2001 seasons, with his best statistical year coming in 2001 when he threw for 20 touchdowns. Overall, he threw for over 11,000 yards and 69 touchdowns in his NFL career.
Fiedler Key Stats
- 3000+ Passing Yard Season (Dolphins)
Greg Jennings is best known for his time with the Green Bay Packers, where he established himself as one of the league’s premier pass catchers. He played college football at Western Michigan University, where he stood out as a dynamic wideout and set several school records.
Drafted in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the Packers, Jennings quickly became a favorite target for quarterback Brett Favre and later, Aaron Rodgers. Throughout his tenure in Green Bay, he was known for his route-running precision, reliable hands, and ability to produce in clutch moments.
Jennings played a crucial role in the Packers’ Super Bowl XLV victory, recording two touchdown catches in the championship game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. After his time with the Packers, Jennings went on to play for the Minnesota Vikings and Miami Dolphins before retiring from professional football.
Jennings Key Stats
- Pro Bowl (Packers)
- Super Bowl Champ (Packers)
- 1000+ Yard Receiving Season (Packers)
Mike Wallace was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft. During his time with the Steelers, Wallace quickly established himself as one of the league’s premier deep threats, earning a Pro Bowl selection in 2011.
In 2013, Wallace signed with the Miami Dolphins, where he continued to contribute as a top receiver. He later played for the Vikings, Ravens, and Eagles, showcasing his speed and route-running abilities across multiple offenses.
Throughout his career, Wallace recorded over 8,000 receiving yards and 57 touchdown receptions. His ability to stretch the field and create game-changing plays made him a valuable asset to his teams and a constant threat to opposing defenses.
Wallace Key Stats
- Pro Bowl (Steelers)
- 1000+ Yard Receiving Season (Steelers, Ravens)
Gus Frerotte is known for his journeyman career in the NFL as a quarterback from 1994 to 2008. He played for seven different teams, including the Washington Football Team, Detroit Lions, and Minnesota Vikings.
Perhaps his best season came in 1996 when he was named to the Pro Bowl while with Washington. In that season, he threw for 3453 yards and 12 touchdowns. Frerotte’s most memorable moment might be his infamous headbutt celebration which resulted in a sprained neck.
Over his career, he accumulated 21,291 passing yards and 114 touchdowns, serving mostly as a solid backup or spot starter.
Fuad Reveiz was drafted in the seventh round of the 1985 NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins. Over his career, he kicked for three teams: the Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, and the Minnesota Vikings.
Reveiz was known for his consistent performance throughout his playing days. Over his 11-season career, he managed to accumulate a total of 931 points – 188 field goals and 367 extra points. His career field goal percentage was 75.2%.
One of the highlights of his career was in 1994 when he had an outstanding season with the Vikings, hitting 34 of 39 field goal attempts, recording an 87.2% success rate, which was one of the best in his career. That year he was selected for the Pro Bowl and named 2nd Team All-Pro.