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Daily Norseman FanPulse: Steady as she goes

A little bit of consistency

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Usually, when we ask Minnesota Vikings fans to respond to our FanPulse polls every week, we see a lot of variance based on the results of the previous week. However, over the past couple of weeks, things have been pretty steady.

Just about as steady as they can possibly be, in fact.

Yes, for the third consecutive week, the percentage of fans that feel confident in the direction of the Minnesota Vikings is at 71%. The victory over the Denver Broncos didn’t move the proverbial needle, nor did the bye week change a lot of minds, apparently.

I’ve got a funny feeling that this steadiness will not last into next week’s poll. . .one way or another.

Our national questions this week are both centered around Thanksgiving, as the first question asked what the most exciting NFL game of turkey day would be. The answer would seem to be a pretty obvious one.

About two-thirds of everyone that responded said that the second game of today’s NFL tripleheader between the Buffalo Bills and the Dallas Cowboys would be the most exciting. I guess that big matchup between Mitchell Trubisky and. . .*squints*. . .David Blough doesn’t hold a lot of appeal.

Finally, readers were asked which traditional Thanksgiving side dish they would eliminate if they were able to.

Once again, the SB Nation readers made the correct decision, as green bean casserole. . .which is, in fact, awful. . .narrowly edged out sweet potato casserole (which I, personally, don’t care for either, but is a hell of a lot better than green bean casserole) for the title of which Thanksgiving side dish needs to go.

Also, those of you that answered “mashed potatoes” are monsters and can’t be trusted. Seriously.

That’s your Daily Norseman FanPulse for this week, ladies and gentlemen! We’ll be back next week with what promises to be significantly more change than we’ve seen over the past few weeks.