In the National Football League, every victory is a team victory. That's especially true when a team has to play for four quarters and then an additional bit of overtime in order to get the job done.
But, after a hard-fought victory, it's fun to celebrate, even if it happens to come in the middle of a post-game interview, as was the case at TCF Bank Stadium on Sunday for Vikings' defensive end Everson Griffen.
Griffen was stopped on the field by the folks from CBS Minnesota after the Vikings' 30-24 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday, and it appears that the scoreboard operators decided to show the replay of Jarius Wright's game-winning 87-yard touchdown reception. Griffen took a moment to do a little bit of color commentary for Wright's touchdown, and it's actually pretty funny.
All in all, it was a lot of fun. . .although it was white-knuckle kind of fun. . .seeing the Minnesota Vikings get their sixth victory of the season on Sunday afternoon. And it's nice to see the Vikings' players having as much fun with it as we are.