Minnesota Vikings News And Links, 10/22

The long snapper recovered a fumble. That deserves something. - Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Well, it's the morning after, ladies and gentlemen. . .and, after further review, last night was still pretty awful for the Minnesota Vikings and their fans. If you want to see our coverage of this week's game against the New York Giants, the entire stream can be found right here.

After the game, Ted put up a preliminary Stock Market Report, and I cobbled together my recap of the "action" from last night as well.

From some other sources around the internet. . .

-You can check out ESPN's recap of the game here.

-Cornerback Marcus Sherels, to put it politely, had an up-and-down night.

-The "man" accused of beating Adrian Peterson's son to death was indicted on murder charges on Monday.

-SI.com has a recap of the game available for you as well.

The rules of the Open Thread are the same as they've ever been, folks. . .no politics, no religion, no feeding of the trolls, and keep the bad language to a minimum/use the spoiler tags if you feel that you absolutely must curse.

After last night, I need something to make me feel a bit better. . .so, no music for this week. Instead, we're going with funny movie clips. Why? Why not? (Language warning.)


With that, the beer light is on and the bar is open for Tuesday, ladies and gentlemen.

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