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Category: Minnesota Vikings Pictures

Cool Vikings Photo – Yellow looks better with purple than green

Featured Flickr Vikings Pic

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

Hope you all 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.

Yellow looks better with purple than green
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Skol Vikings!

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Links

Fred McNeil and the future of football (FEATURED LINK)

FEATURED VIKINGS ARTICLE

I love sharing my opinion about the Minnesota Vikings on this blog, but since I visit so many other Minnesota Vikings websites, on occasion it just makes more sense to share what someone else is writing about the Vikings. Even though,Although I hope you come to this site daily for your Minnesota Vikings news and opinion, I still appreciate all of the other awesome websites around the net, 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:

Fred McNeil and the future of football

The developing “controversy” about CTE and football has begun to take root in my mind. I have been an avid fan for nearly 50 years. The NFL has been my most-beloved soap opera, my reliable escape and distraction from life’s worries. My fandom for the NFL has survived and prevailed over the forces that have thrown MLB, college football and basketball, and the NBA to the far corners in my brain that house distant memories of former passions. And I still cherish my fond memories of excitement and anticipation for the likes of Joe Kapp, Gene Washington, Alan Page, Carl Eller, Jim Marshall, Paul Krausse, Tarkenton, Foreman, Rashad, Blair, Studwell, and, yes, Fred McNeil.

Seau’s suicide was noted in my mind. But the past 2 years have seen a gradual, gnawing uneasiness about the NFL as my escape of choice. I am not sure where this is leading, but I am beginning to see some m ” >”>

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Gear

GET VIKINGS GEAR: NFL Minnesota Vikings Grill-A-Tongs

Hey Minnesota Vikes fans

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

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

So, here is the featured item for today…

NFL Minnesota Vikings Grill-A-Tongs

  • Custom heat-stamped lettering
  • Unique laser-cut design
  • Heavy-duty Stainless Steel
  • Hard maple handles with durable brass rivets
  • Measures 18.375″ x 3.125″

Sportula Grill-A-Tongs: a heavy duty grilling utensil that can’t be classified as a mere spatula or set of tongs because of its ability to flip, turn, rotate and scoop all sizes of meat.

List Price: $ 37.99

Price: $ 25.94

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Pictures

Cool Vikings Pic – Packer Fanatics

Featured Flickr Minnesota Vikings Image

This is a little something outside the norm, sometimes I’m going to share a random photo from Flickr.com 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 fans enjoy 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.

Packer Fanatics
Minnesota Vikings Jersey
Image by rburtzel

SKOL VIKINGS!

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Category: Minnesota Vikings Links

Vikings Preseason at TCF Bank Stadium (FEATURED VIKINGS POST)

Featured Minnesota Vikings Article

Hi Minnesota Fans

Here’s some info that I think you will like taking a glimpse at.

Vikings Preseason at TCF Bank Stadium

It’s that time of year again… Vikings Preseason! It’s May which means it’s time to get in the football spirit!

Vikings Preseason at TCF Bank Stadium is going to be fun; that’s the only way to describe it. TCF Bank Stadium is located at 420 SE 23rd Ave, Minneapolis, MN. Get to TCF Bank Stadium for a great Vikings preseason fun.

What’s even better is that Vikings pre-season tickets are affordable and a great way to see the Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium. What better way to see the Vikings for a cheap way? We expect the weather to be overly awesome in August.

Need tickets to the Vikings pre-season games? Check out Vikingstickets.com for some great options.

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Category: Minnesota Viking Team News

Five Vikings Headed to Pro Bowl in Hawaii

Since the end of the regular season, The Minnesota Vikings have found themselves in the headlines with a number of accolades for a fine season, personnel changes and now some good news from the Pro Bowl. The popular exhibition game is scheduled to be played on January 31 at the Aloha Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

After a highly successful season with the Vikings going 11-5 and winning the NFC North Division, the team was rewarded with two players being selected on the original roster to participate in the NFL’s only showcase game. After as many as 14 defections from this year’s game, the announcement came down from the NFL that three more Vikings players would be making the trip to Hawaii.

 

Among the original players named to the event were All Pro running back Adrian Peterson and defensive end Everson Griffen. After a season that saw him rush for 1,485 yards and 11 touchdowns, Peterson was named to the squad for the 7th time in his 9-year career. For Griffin this will be his first opportunity to play in the Pro Bowl. On the season, he accounted for 44 tackles and 10.5 sacks while anchoring a defense that ranked #5 in the league for points allowed per game.

 

As for the new additions, this will be QB Teddy Bridgewater’s first trip to the Pro Bowl with perhaps many more on the horizon in his young career. On the season, he completed 65.3% of his passes for 3,231 yards and 14 TDs against only 9 interceptions. He also rushed for another 192 yards and and 3 TDs. While there was a number of players with bigger numbers, Bridgewater was likely chosen for the leadership qualities he showed on the field.

 

Bridgewater will be joined by LB Anthony Barr and free safety Harrison Smith. This will be Barr’s first trip to Hawaii, an honored he earned for his overall performance on the field. When the season was over, he had been credited with 68 tackles and 3.5 sacks to go along with 1 interception. This will also be Smith’s first trip to the Pro Bowl. Aside from doing a great job patrolling the middle of the field, he had a total of 66 tackles, 1.5 sacks and 2 interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown.

 

After a great season, all five players are deserving of the chance to represent the league in this fun and exciting exhibition game that features most of the league’s best players. With five players making the trip, this is the most Vikings named to the game since 2012 when they were represented by seven players.

 

In the past, the Pro Bowl featured players representing their respective conferences. In recent years, the game was changed to a “fantasy draft” style format where two Hall of Fame players draft their own teams and select a head coach to lead their teams. This year’s fantasy owners are WR Michael Irvin (Dallas Cowboys) and WR Jerry Rice (San Francisco 49ers). Team Rice will be coached by Andy Reid from the Kansas City Chiefs while Winston Moss from the Green Bay Packers will coach Team Irvin.

 

With only two games (Super Bowl and Pro Bowl) remaining in the NFL season, the scramble is on for the best free bets available on the Internet. If you find yourself in the market for free bets to be used on one of the two remaining games, now is the time to be calling on the most popular sportsbooks that have a reputation for catering to players. With the right free bets, you have a chance to turn the best free bets into a nice little bankroll for future user.

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Category: Adrian Peterson

Five Vikings Headed to Pro Bowl in Hawaii

Since the end of the regular season, The Minnesota Vikings have found themselves in the headlines with a number of accolades for a fine season, personnel changes and now some good news from the Pro Bowl. The popular exhibition game is scheduled to be played on January 31 at the Aloha Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

After a highly successful season with the Vikings going 11-5 and winning the NFC North Division, the team was rewarded with two players being selected on the original roster to participate in the NFL’s only showcase game. After as many as 14 defections from this year’s game, the announcement came down from the NFL that three more Vikings players would be making the trip to Hawaii.

 

Among the original players named to the event were All Pro running back Adrian Peterson and defensive end Everson Griffen. After a season that saw him rush for 1,485 yards and 11 touchdowns, Peterson was named to the squad for the 7th time in his 9-year career. For Griffin this will be his first opportunity to play in the Pro Bowl. On the season, he accounted for 44 tackles and 10.5 sacks while anchoring a defense that ranked #5 in the league for points allowed per game.

 

As for the new additions, this will be QB Teddy Bridgewater’s first trip to the Pro Bowl with perhaps many more on the horizon in his young career. On the season, he completed 65.3% of his passes for 3,231 yards and 14 TDs against only 9 interceptions. He also rushed for another 192 yards and and 3 TDs. While there was a number of players with bigger numbers, Bridgewater was likely chosen for the leadership qualities he showed on the field.

 

Bridgewater will be joined by LB Anthony Barr and free safety Harrison Smith. This will be Barr’s first trip to Hawaii, an honored he earned for his overall performance on the field. When the season was over, he had been credited with 68 tackles and 3.5 sacks to go along with 1 interception. This will also be Smith’s first trip to the Pro Bowl. Aside from doing a great job patrolling the middle of the field, he had a total of 66 tackles, 1.5 sacks and 2 interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown.

 

After a great season, all five players are deserving of the chance to represent the league in this fun and exciting exhibition game that features most of the league’s best players. With five players making the trip, this is the most Vikings named to the game since 2012 when they were represented by seven players.

 

In the past, the Pro Bowl featured players representing their respective conferences. In recent years, the game was changed to a “fantasy draft” style format where two Hall of Fame players draft their own teams and select a head coach to lead their teams. This year’s fantasy owners are WR Michael Irvin (Dallas Cowboys) and WR Jerry Rice (San Francisco 49ers). Team Rice will be coached by Andy Reid from the Kansas City Chiefs while Winston Moss from the Green Bay Packers will coach Team Irvin.

 

With only two games (Super Bowl and Pro Bowl) remaining in the NFL season, the scramble is on for the best free bets available on the Internet. If you find yourself in the market for free bets to be used on one of the two remaining games, now is the time to be calling on the most popular sportsbooks that have a reputation for catering to players. With the right free bets, you have a chance to turn the best free bets into a nice little bankroll for future user.

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Category: Minnesota Viking Team News

Five Vikings Headed to Pro Bowl in Hawaii

Since the end of the regular season, The Minnesota Vikings have found themselves in the headlines with a number of accolades for a fine season, personnel changes and now some good news from the Pro Bowl. The popular exhibition game is scheduled to be played on January 31 at the Aloha Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

After a highly successful season with the Vikings going 11-5 and winning the NFC North Division, the team was rewarded with two players being selected on the original roster to participate in the NFL’s only showcase game. After as many as 14 defections from this year’s game, the announcement came down from the NFL that three more Vikings players would be making the trip to Hawaii.

 

Among the original players named to the event were All Pro running back Adrian Peterson and defensive end Everson Griffen. After a season that saw him rush for 1,485 yards and 11 touchdowns, Peterson was named to the squad for the 7th time in his 9-year career. For Griffin this will be his first opportunity to play in the Pro Bowl. On the season, he accounted for 44 tackles and 10.5 sacks while anchoring a defense that ranked #5 in the league for points allowed per game.

 

As for the new additions, this will be QB Teddy Bridgewater’s first trip to the Pro Bowl with perhaps many more on the horizon in his young career. On the season, he completed 65.3% of his passes for 3,231 yards and 14 TDs against only 9 interceptions. He also rushed for another 192 yards and and 3 TDs. While there was a number of players with bigger numbers, Bridgewater was likely chosen for the leadership qualities he showed on the field.

 

Bridgewater will be joined by LB Anthony Barr and free safety Harrison Smith. This will be Barr’s first trip to Hawaii, an honored he earned for his overall performance on the field. When the season was over, he had been credited with 68 tackles and 3.5 sacks to go along with 1 interception. This will also be Smith’s first trip to the Pro Bowl. Aside from doing a great job patrolling the middle of the field, he had a total of 66 tackles, 1.5 sacks and 2 interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown.

 

After a great season, all five players are deserving of the chance to represent the league in this fun and exciting exhibition game that features most of the league’s best players. With five players making the trip, this is the most Vikings named to the game since 2012 when they were represented by seven players.

 

In the past, the Pro Bowl featured players representing their respective conferences. In recent years, the game was changed to a “fantasy draft” style format where two Hall of Fame players draft their own teams and select a head coach to lead their teams. This year’s fantasy owners are WR Michael Irvin (Dallas Cowboys) and WR Jerry Rice (San Francisco 49ers). Team Rice will be coached by Andy Reid from the Kansas City Chiefs while Winston Moss from the Green Bay Packers will coach Team Irvin.

 

With only two games (Super Bowl and Pro Bowl) remaining in the NFL season, the scramble is on for the best free bets available on the Internet. If you find yourself in the market for free bets to be used on one of the two remaining games, now is the time to be calling on the most popular sportsbooks that have a reputation for catering to players. With the right free bets, you have a chance to turn the best free bets into a nice little bankroll for future user.

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