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Category: Minnesota Vikings Gear

VIKINGS GEAR: Men’s Minnesota Vikings White Custom Game Jersey Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL

Hi Minnesota Vikes faithful

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

I don’t want this blog to become overly full of links to Vikings merchandise, but since I want this to be the most complete Vikings blog on the entire internet, I decided that I want to show some cool Vikings merchandise every now and then. I think there are probably many more of you out there who visit this blog that have a similar interest to mine when it comes to getting Vikings stuff.

So, here is the featured item for today…

Men’s Minnesota Vikings White Custom Game Jersey Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL

  • Material: 100% Recycled Polyester
  • Mesh side panels for breathability
  • Satin twill woven jock tag
  • Select name and no from Color Option,If select Any name,send messeage after purchase with your name and no.
  • We recommend ordering one size larger than you normally wear for a looser fit or up two sizes if you plan on layering underneath the jersey.

The jersey made out of recycled polyester, is machine washable and features mesh side panels for breathability.We customize the name and no according to your requirement.

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Pictures

Awesome Vikings Image – Ghallarhorn gusto

Featured Flickr Minnesota Vikings Photo

This is a little something away from the usual, sometimes I’m going to post a random pic from Flickr.com that is tagged with “Minnesota Vikings”. I think it’s a good way to highlight 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.

Ghallarhorn gusto
Minnesota VIKINGS Party
Image by The U.S. Army
U.S. Army Capt. Dustin Snare blows the Ghallarhorn, a Nordic war horn, kicking off the game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Detroit Lions during the viewing party on Contingency Operating Base Basra, Iraq, Nov. 15, 2009. Snare is the battle captain for the 34th Infantry Division’s operations section. U.S. Army photo by Spc. Samuel Soza

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Links

Things I Hate About Football / Things I Love About Football -in no order (FEATURED VIKINGS POST)

Featured Minnesota Vikings Article

Hello Minnesota Vikings Fanatics

Here Is a post that I think you will like taking a glimpse at.

Things I Hate About Football / Things I Love About Football -in no order

  • Minnesotans, born and bread, that are cheeselovers / we have enough fans already, i don’t care if you are a packer fan, but every one of them always tells me it’s because they hate my vikings…you do the math on that one
  • rodgers throwing a t.d. and “the belt” / rodgers throwing other things; incompletion’s, picks, tablets, gatorade cups, tantrums, teammates and coaches under a bus, hissyfits, and his arms in the air like he just don’t care
  • all the rule changes, year after year after year, every year they say it’s to clarify, increase competition, make the game more exciting, player safety, bla bla bla- it’s done nothing but muddy the waters and cloud the fans eyes to the real agenda of manipulating the game thru real-time officiating / the 2 point conversion- if it was really for player safety i would be all for it, to late for 2 of my favorite players rick fenny and jim gustafson that got their bell rung to many times
  • all the hair; dreadlocks, polamalu hair, mathews hair, any hair that doesn’t fit in a helmet -bud and paul brown would not have it / harrison smith’s hair [ the way it blows in the wind on his way to the endzone after a pick, and somehow never gets mussed after he lays a big hit ]
  • ezeiki elliot’s teeth and the way he talks through them [among other things] / everson griff’s teeth and the way he talks
  • cam newton’s[and all the other jackasses]antics after every little play, hope losing the big one sucks some of that b.s. out of him / wh ” >”>

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The rest of the article can be found here:
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Category: Minnesota Vikings Pictures

Awesome Minnesota Vikings Photo – Minnesota Vikings playing at the Metrodome

Featured Flickr Minnesota Vikings Pic

This is a little something different, every now and then I’m going to post a random photo from Flickr that is tagged with “Minnesota Vikings”. I think it’s a great way to highlight other people’s creativity, whether that is photography, painting, drawing, or some other kind of flickr-applicable art.

Hope you guys 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.

Minnesota Vikings playing at the Metrodome
Minnesota Vikings Stadium
Image by funny strange or funny ha ha
Section 139 row 36 seat 27

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Links

5 most overpaid Vikings (LINK)

FEATURED MINNESOTA VIKINGS ARTICLE

I like writing about my insights about the Minnesota Vikings on this site, but since I visit so many other Minnesota Vikings sites, on occasion it just makes more sense to share what someone else is saying about the Vikings. Even though,Although I hope you come to this site daily for your Minnesota football news and opinion, I still appreciate all of the other great writers 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:

5 most overpaid Vikings

These are who I consider to be the most overpaid Vikings relative to their contribution on the field:

1) Shaun Hill: $ 3,250,000

Hill does not contribute on the field at all. The argument for keeping him is to have a veteran presence to help Teddy learn, but in my opinion that is a waste of a roster spot. We have coaches for that job, and anyway you would think they could find someone better than Hill. I hear Peyton Manning was helping Tannehill and Teddy’s play matches his style pretty well, so why not get someone like that to be a mentor to the young signal caller?

2) Kyle Rudolph: $ 7,300,000

Rudolph has just never lived up to his promise. He somehow got a big contract out of a couple injury-riddled seasons, but I just don’t see the value here. Don’t get me wrong, I like have Rudolph on the team and he adds a lot to this offense, I just don’t like the price tag.

3) Andrew Sendejo: $ 4,000,000

Sendejo is an average safety, in my opinion. Average safeties shouldn’t be paid $ 4 million. I think that Griffin, Exum, Harris, or Kearse could be just as good of an option back there with higher potential and a lower cost.

4) Matt Kalil: $ 11,096,000

Many would disagree on this, but I believe Kalil is starter-worthy. I just don’t think he is worth so much. I really hope he turns it around this year. At the same time though I don’t want us to get sucked into giving him a huge contract extension. I realize LT is a crucial position but man wouldn’t it be nice if Clemmings could step in at the same level for 5% of the p ” >”>

…[click the link below to read the rest of the article]

The rest of the article can be found here:
Daily Norseman: FanPosts

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Category: Guest Blogger

Moritz Böhringer Makes NFL History By Signing With Vikings

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Immediately following the NFL draft, there was a feeling of excitement in air for football fans as Super bowl expert picks and NFL Superbowl odds began popping up on the Internet. The fans are also waking from hibernation with the knowledge that the 2016 football season is a mere four months away.

 

For NFL players, coaches, owners and fans, the football season really starts with the draft around the end of April. Every year, hundreds of young men see their childhood dreams become reality as NFL teams line up to select them to play professional football in the NFL. For some players, the chance to play professional football has special meaning.

 

With the 180th pick of the 2016 NFL draft, the Minnesota Vikings selected Wide Receiver Moritz Böhringer. Before anyone jumps over to Google to find out where this young man played his college ball, the answer is he didn’t play college football anywhere in the United States. That’s what makes this story very special.

 

As the Minnesota Vikings can surely attest, this is not a standard draft pick. Böhringer first caught the eye of NFL scouts and coaches at the 2016 NFL combine. During his workout, he laid down an incredible 4.43 40, 39″ vertical leap, 131″ broad jump, 6.65 3-cone drill and 4.1 short for good measure. At 6’4″ and 227 lbs., he managed to become one of the major news stories to come out of Pro Day.

 

None of this was lost on the Vikings. The team was acutely aware of the fact Böhringer had long been a Vikings fan, even from his home in Stuttgart, Germany. That’s Correct. This amazing athlete had never been to the US or played even one down of American football on American soil prior to the combine. Now he’s going to attempt to become the first foreign-born player to play in the NFL without having played any college ball.

 

If he succeeds, it won’t his first first in the NFL. He was so excited about the opportunity he had just been given that he became the first player from the 2016 class to sign a contract. The terms of the deal are 4 years for $2.49 million USD. Just guessing, but the chances of him being the first player to report to training camp would appear to be very high.

 

So who is Moritz Wilhelm Böhringer? He was born in Stuttgart, Germany on October 15, 1993. As a boy, he began playing soccer in the youth leagues. At the age of 17, he was recruited to play soccer with the Crailsheim Titans under-19 junior team. After two years at the junior level, he advanced to play for Crailsheim’s senior team until he was selected to play for the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns of the German Football League (GFL) in 2015.

 

During the off-season in 2015, he played American style football for the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns of the Big6 European Football League. The league currently features teams from France and Germany. During his rookie season in Europe, he caught 59 passes for 1232 yards and 13 TDs. Due to his blazing speed, he also ran back kickoffs, scoring two more touchdowns. These numbers were good enough to earn him the award as German Football League Rookie of the Year.

 

With the addition of Böhringer and LaQuon Treadwell out of Ole Miss, the Vikings now have the coveted deep threats they need to give QB Teddy Bridgewater more options with the offense. With current NFL Superbowl odds of +2000, the Vikings figure to attract several Super bowl expert picks going into the new season. The team took a big step forward last year and with the skills these two players bring to the table, the Vikes might be worth a look at a great price.

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Gear

VIKINGS STUFF: NFL Adrian Peterson-Brett Favre Minnesota Vikings Player Plaque

Hello Vikes faithful

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

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

So, here is the featured item for today…

NFL Adrian Peterson-Brett Favre Minnesota Vikings Player Plaque

  • Licensed 8″x10″ Adrian Peterson Photo
  • Officially Licensed Trading Card
  • 12″ X 15″ cherry wood plaque
  • Full lens covers to protect cards, pictures
  • Perfect for displaying in an office, rec room or bedroom

NFL Adrian Peterson-Brett Favre Minnesota Vikings Player Plaque

List Price: $ 36.00

Price: $ 29.99

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