The Fred Evans/Everson Griffen Dance-Off

Bruce Kluckhohn-US PRESSWIRE

If the pressure of the playoff chase has gotten to the Minnesota Vikings, they've certainly got a funny way of showing it.

The folks from VikingUpdate.com filmed this little clip after practice today. Yes, there are people breakdancing. Those two people are defensive tackle Fred Evans and defensive end Everson Griffen. Evans gets things started, Griffen decides to answer the challenge (with an incredibly impressive backwards version of "The Worm"), and Evans answers back with. . .something. Hell, I don't know what it is.


Judging from the reaction of his teammates, however, it appears that Griffen may have. . .as the kids today might say. . .gotten "served."

(Do the kids still say that? Are they still making Bring It On movies somewhere? I don't know. . .I'm not hip.)

It's good to see the team staying loose going into their big game with the Houston Texans on Sunday at Reliant Stadium. Hopefully it will translate into a smooth performance on the field and a Vikings' victory.

There are still opportunities for you to get Minnesota Vikings tickets for the game on Sunday if you're in the Houston area. Just hit up the link there and get whatever you need.

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