Minnesota Vikings 2010 Season
This is where all posts about the Vikings' 2010 season should go.
Pro Football Focus has declared their best all-around cornerback in the NFL. . .and it's not who you probably think it is. (Although, this being a Vikings site, you should know who we're talking about.)
The NFL Network's Top 100 of 2010 is a completely idiotic waste of time, but they've finally managed to get something right.
The Minnesota Vikings were a good tackle-breaking team last year, including having two of the league's best individual players in that category.
Pro Football Focus continues breaking down 2010 pass protection numbers with individual tackle ratings.
The final numbers from Pro Football Focus are in, and the Vikings' pass protection from 2010 actually grades out fairly well.
A Vikings game was named as one of the twenty best of 2010. Based on the headline, I'm guessing you know which one I mean.
The Vikings are looking to fill some vacancies on their coaching staff. To that end, they've brought in a couple of interesting names.
The Minnesota Vikings have signed wide receiver Juaquin Iglesias. He will be on Minnesota's 53-man roster on Sunday when the Vikings play the Lions.
Twenty-four hours from game time, it's time to check the injury reports for the Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions.
The Minnesota Vikings today named Cedric Griffin the team's recipient of the 2010 Ed Block Courage Award.
The Vikings pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the 2010 NFL season tonight, as they defeated the Eagles 24-14 in Philadelphia.
The Minnesota Vikings may be looking at another weather delay. ESPN's Chris Mortensen is reporting that the Sunday night game between Minnesota and Philadelphia could be postponed.
It's looking like a blizzard in Philadelphia on Sunday night. How does this bode for the Vikings and the Eagles?
In what can only be termed as a Festivus miracle, the Daily Norseman is giving Viking fans everywhere an opportunity to air their grievances about the 2010 football season.
Two games left in the season and I'm looking at 2011's roster already, shows just how bad the loss to the Bears was on Monday night.
Congratulations to the Chicago Bears on winning the 2010 NFC North division title. They earned it this evening by blowing out the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium.
Steve Hutchinson makes his way to the injured reserve list. Also, just when you thought the Vikings' quarterback situation couldn't get any more screwed up. . .well, it does.
Vikings quarterback Brett Favre has been upgraded from "out" to "questionable." He may play tonight against the Chicago Bears.
The Sunday Morning Bloody Mary is brought to you by the good folks at Absolut Vodka. This week, we take a look at how some Viking quarterbacks throughout history fared in their first starts. . .and, for the most part, it's not pretty.
The Vikings have announced the ticket policy for this Monday night's game at TCF Bank Stadium.
The Vikings and the University of Minnesota are looking for volunteers to remove snow from TCF Bank Stadium. And, get this. . .you can get PAID for doing so!
Looking at the possibility of the Vikings playing outside at home for the first time since 1981.
The Vikings got thumped by the Giants tonight in Detroit, 21-3. The loss officially eliminates the Vikings from post-season contention.
The Week 16 game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Minnesota Vikings has been "flexed" into prime time, according to the Vikings' web site.