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Category: Minnesota Vikings Gear

Awesome Vikings stuff: NFL Recliner Reversible Furniture Protector with Elastic Straps, 80-inches by 65-inches

Hey There Vikings fanatics

For those of you out there who have me on your Facebook friends list, you might know through my pictures that I am a big fan of having a ton of Vikes items. My office is full of Minnesota Vikings stuff!

I don’t want this blog to become packed with links to Vikings gear, but since I want this to be the most complete Vikes blog on the entire web, I decided that I want to show some cool Vikes gear every now and then. I think there are probably many more of you out there who frequent this blog that have a similar interest to mine when it comes to collecting Vikings stuff.

So, here is the featured item for today…

NFL Recliner Reversible Furniture Protector with Elastic Straps, 80-inches by 65-inches

Show support for your favorite team and keep your furniture safe from spills, pets, kids and more. Protect your sofa or recliner from enthusiastic fans on game day with these colorful covers that feature the logo and name of your team. Machine wash. Polyester; imported. Teams available in 49ers, Bears, Broncos, Cowboys, Giants, Packers, Patriots, Seahawks, Cardinals, Eagles, or Steelers. Sizes available for a Sofa (68″W seat width, 21″L arm flap, 39″H back flap) or Recliner (23″W seat width, 21″L arm flap, 47″H back flap)

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Pictures

Awesome Vikings Pic – People’s Plaza – OccupyMN – Day 3

Featured Flickr Vikes Picture

This is a little something different, occasionally I’m going to put up a random photograph from Flickr that is tagged with “Minnesota Vikings”. I think it’s a good way to display other people’s creativity, whether that is photography, painting, drawing, or some other kind of flickr-applicable art.

Hope you Vikings Fanatics dig it!

If you like what you see, be sure to check out the owner’s flickr site to see what else they may have to offer.

People’s Plaza – OccupyMN – Day 3
Minnesota VIKINGS Fans
Image by Fibonacci Blue
Minneapolis, Minnesota

October 9, 2011 around 11am

The OccupyMN protest has occupied the Government Plaza in Minneapolis and renamed it People’s Plaza. On the morning of the third day, some were still asleep or eating breakfast and some were holding up signs and exchanging views with passing motorists and Vikings fans. Passing traffic was mostly responding well to them. This effort is one of many such protests around the world in association with the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York City.

2011-10-09 This is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

Skol Vikings!

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Links

Why I am a fan of the Minnesota Vikings…. (LINK)

FEATURED POST

I love writing on my opinion about the Minnesota Vikings on this web site, but since I frequent so many other Minnesota Vikings blogs, periodically it just makes more sense to pass on what another blogger is writing about our team. Even though,Although I hope you come to this site daily for your Minnesota Vikings news and information, I still appreciate all of the other great bloggers out on the web, and I want to share what some of them have to say also.

Here is an article that I thought you might want to read:

Why I am a fan of the Minnesota Vikings….

I became a fan of the Vikings when they played in the ’69 NFL Championship game. I was seven years old and my dad and uncle were watching the game on our new huge 19″ Zenith TV. My uncle was rooting for the “orange” team so, to be a little prick nephew, I wanted the “blue” team (I guess my dad was having trouble fine tuning the hue levels…lol), with the cool looking helmets, to win. Because, you know, blue was my favorite color at the time. But, at that age, I was more interested in playing football than watching it. So, I skipped out on the game to play it for real. When I returned later, my mom enlightened me that “my” team had won. At that point, I made it a mission to find out who “my” team was.

Somehow (my memory gets a little foggy) my due diligence paid off and found out it was the Vikings. Thankfully, (I guess?) my Sherlock Holmes style of detective work didn’t bear fruit until after the AFL-NFL Championship game with the Chiefs. Otherwise, who knows what team I would have rooted for. Seeing as how I grew up in an area where there were no NFL teams, the only exposure I got to the NFL was the “Game of the Week” series at the time. Hence, it is very likely I would have jumped on the Cowboys or Steelers bandwagon?! I mean, why would I have ever want to cheer for a team(s) that have won 11 SBs between them?….sigh

And yes, finally, I became aware that my favorite teams’ color was, purple, not blue . How, you ask? Well, one of my cousins whose parents always had to flaunt it whenever they got somet ” >”>

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GO VIKINGS!

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Category: No Pack No

BEHIND ENEMY LINES (PACKERS): Reliving the best celebrations in recent Packers history

Hey There Minnesota Vikes fans

I think I can safely say that part of being a Vikings fan is loathing the Pack, do you agree?

Because of that, from time to time I’ll link to an article about the Packers, just to help you keep an eye on what they’re doing.

Reliving the best celebrations in recent Packers history

Besides the obvious Lambeau Leap, which other Packers celebration is your favorite?

On Tuesday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell released a statement notifying fans and players that the league would be easing up on its penalizing of celebrations after touchdowns. This move was greeted with much excitement by some fans, including a unanimous vote of support from APC’s contributors.

Of course, not everyone likes fun. Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis, for example, thinks that this decision is “not a very good example for young people.” Perhaps this reaction is just leftover frustration from dealing with Chad Johnson/Ochocinco for so long, though. (This is also an interesting viewpoint from Lewis, given that the Bengals have on multiple occasions acquired players who have conducted themselves poorly off the field.)

Regardless, the league’s relaxing of these rules was very well-received by the players themselves, as was the use of examples of what is now considered acceptable that was not before.

One of the celebrations that was sup ” >”>

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Pictures

Featured Vikings Pic – Adrian Peterson prophecy

Featured Flickr Minnesota Vikings Pic

Here is a little something away from the usual, occasionally I’m going to show you guys a random photo from Flickr.com that is tagged with “Minnesota Vikings”. I think it’s a good way to showcase other people’s creativity, whether that is photography, painting, drawing, or some other kind of flickr-applicable art.

Hope you Vikings Fanatics like it!

If you like what you see, be sure to check out the owner’s flickr site to see what else they may have to offer.

Adrian Peterson prophecy
Adrian Peterson
Image by schwerdf
One of a series of prophecies written in chalk around the Lake Harriet Bandshell. This one, about the Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, proved false.

Skol Vikings!

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Links

FEATURED VIKINGS ARTICLE: Vikings Position Battle: Right Tackle

Featured Vikings Post From Around The Web

There are such a lot of wonderful Vikings web sites on the net that every now and then I want to post some of the articles that I come across.

Enjoy!

Vikings Position Battle: Right Tackle

It’s still a couple months before training camp is officially underway, but now that the draft is over, and most of the free agency activity is over, we can start to look at some positions where there could be some interesting battles going on for starting or depth roles as the Vikings look to upgrade their roster wherever they can.

Let’s start with right tackle.

Right Tackle

Have you noticed that the Vikings have a lot of offensive linemen on the roster that have either played mostly right tackle and/or could be a fit there? I count at least six potential candidates.

The Vikings just acquired Mike Remmers to provide an experienced veteran at the right tackle spot- and he didn’t come cheap either considering he has only been an average right tackle – so you’d have to give him the starting job by default at this point.

But that fact that Remmers has only been an average performer at right tackle – which could be his ceiling at this point in his career given his physical attributes- does open the door for competition at that spot. Let’s take a closer look.

Mike Remmers

Remmer ” >”>

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BEHIND ENEMY LINES (PACKERS): Why Packers rookie WR Malachi Dupre is unlikely to make an impact in 2017

Hi Vikes fans

It’s safe to say that part of being a Vikings fan is loathing the Pack, amiright?

Well since we all agree on that, occasionally I’ll share an article about the Packers, just to help you keep an eye on what they’re doing.

Why Packers rookie WR Malachi Dupre is unlikely to make an impact in 2017

Don’t fret too much, because the LSU product should have a much better opportunity to contribute in 2018 with a year on the practice squad under his belt.

Let’s start by making one thing perfectly clear: Malachi Dupre was a very good get in the 7th round. In fact, this post is mostly going to be about the reasons he was available in the 7th round, as those are the same reasons to be skeptical about Dupre’s likely impact to the 2017 Green Bay Packers. Perhaps no one has divided fans and analysts more than this particular 7th round wide receiver out of LSU, with some analysts pegging him as a potential replacement for Jordy Nelson, and others (myself included) who think his best case scenario in 2017 is as a practice squad player.

What do people like?

Dupre is an interesting, if flawed prospect. A former 5-star recruit and high school track star, his athleticism has had scouts salivating for as long as they’ve known his name. He’s tall and lanky at 6-2, and he can out-jump just about anyone. This, by it ” >”>

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