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YES WE FINALLY HAVE ONE!

https://twitter.com/i/web/status/952923507251322880


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I love these.

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Report coming out that sean payton was mocking fans with the skol chant right before they got daggered. Omg it gets better


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People are saying ignore it. But i cant seem to shake how the media is treating this. Its almost like the vikings are villains now and poor drew brees. Its mind boggling. I really wish they would have made that 4th down stop but lets be real here. How many wideouts would have caught that and immediately ran out of bounds? Diggs made a phenomenal play and all they can talk about is how the rookie messed up and how brees was robbed. Its kinda pissing me off

I'm absolutely with you, brother.

I assume you were listening to Colin Cowturd today. That's what he was going on about -- how the great Drew Brees was robbed by his own team. Nothing about how the Vikings made a great play. Or destroyed the Saints for the majority of the first three quarters. Or how Case Keenum led them on not one, but TWO drives to take the lead in the last 3 minutes. Then there was First Take on ESPN, where they actually had a segment entitled "Were the Vikings Just Lucky?"

All I want now is for the Vikings to take this all the way. I want the stupid Patriots in the Super Bowl. I want our guys to knock Tom Brady on his a$$ repeatedly and watch him whine and cry to the referees. I want every person in the media who has doubted this team to have to eat their words. I want to see Bill Belichick giving his stupid non-answers as to why they lost.

Bring it home!

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Report coming out that sean payton was mocking fans with the skol chant right before they got daggered. Omg it gets better




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It happened. I was in the 10th row right behind him. He turned around, looked at us, and did a mocking Skol Chant with 0:25 left after the field goal. Then he got what he deserved.‏


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Don't forget the choking gesture toward ATL.
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He's a ####.

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OMG, what a turd!

This is perfect! The loser got exactly what he deserved.

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Michael Strahan's reaction to the miracle

https://www.facebook.com/NFLonFOX/video ... 017127031/


Keenum's walk to the locker room

https://mobile.twitter.com/Vikings/stat ... 72/video/1

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That may be the coolest thing I've seen all season.

Can you imagine that walk? Here's a guy that nobody wanted. Dang, that's just a great video. I love Vikings fans.

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I was at the game. I can’t even express how amazing the atmosphere was in there. After the game strangers were hugging and high fives were flying it was such collective euphoria. Later, at Mannys steakhouse folks broke out in the SKOL chant twice. The city was electric. Even this morning at MSP folks in Vikings gear are reliving it all together. I feel so fortunate to have been there.


Ya holy ####!! I forgot you went with your brother!
Tell us MORE!!!!

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I walked off early in the third and couldn't
watch my son came running in screaming
and yelling and broke my dogs bowl by stepping
on the corner, I watched the last few minutes.

My first thought that Saints guy did a Sendajo
tackle and blocked his own guy, maybe his
spirit was on the field after the cheap shot.



Lol!! total Human Missle!!

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Michael Strahan's reaction to the miracle

https://www.facebook.com/NFLonFOX/video ... 017127031/


Keenum's walk to the locker room

https://mobile.twitter.com/Vikings/stat ... 72/video/1


So happy for Case. That's awesome. Strahan was hilarious too.

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808vikingsfan wrote:
Boon wrote:
Report coming out that sean payton was mocking fans with the skol chant right before they got daggered. Omg it gets better




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Tom Beito@tommylawyermpls
Replying to @DailyNorseman @nacholeber

It happened. I was in the 10th row right behind him. He turned around, looked at us, and did a mocking Skol Chant with 0:25 left after the field goal. Then he got what he deserved.‏


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He's a ####.



Maybe next time use that opportunity to coach your safeties on how to tackle instead of mocking fans? Hate the Saints.

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Defence came up HUGE when they had to!!!! Saints had a 3rd down and 1 and ran the ball and got stuffed if they make that first down they run out clock
Zimmer made smart use of timeouts to save time!!!

According to the Daily Norseman (haven't check NFL.com), that play was made by Harris and Robison. What is the common factor for those two? Neither would have been in the game in a normal 3rd and 1 circumstance. Harris was only in because of the injury to Sendejo. Robison would have been on the sidelines as a DT in a run situation, but had to play because of the injury to Stephen. The game would have been lost without the quality depth that we've seen from the Vikings all year - players who could make a play when the starter was out and the game was on the line.


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http://www.nfl.com/videos/the-aftermath ... winning-TD

Is Scott Hanson a Vikings fan?


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https://www.instagram.com/p/Bd_KvMZjqZ8/

Lol look at zims face hahahah


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Michael Strahan's reaction to the miracle

https://www.facebook.com/NFLonFOX/video ... 017127031/


:lol: That was hilarious!


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Texas Vike wrote:
I was at the game. I can’t even express how amazing the atmosphere was in there. After the game strangers were hugging and high fives were flying it was such collective euphoria. Later, at Mannys steakhouse folks broke out in the SKOL chant twice. The city was electric. Even this morning at MSP folks in Vikings gear are reliving it all together. I feel so fortunate to have been there.


Ya holy ####!! I forgot you went with your brother!
Tell us MORE!!!!


Such an amazing time. We grew up north of the TC, but both of my brothers and I are exploring types, so we ended up scattered across the globe. The oldest is an international reporter for a major news outlet, so unfortunately he couldn't make it. My younger brother and I flew in and had such a quintessential MN time it sort of seems like a fairy tale--snow falling, super genuinely kind people going out of their way to escort us to the stadium, the post game celebrations like the line of US Bank workers who were giving high fives to people in the halls on their way out of the stadium, many of us with tears in our eyes, to the long embraces with total strangers all night across the city-- it was all a HUGE reminder that I absolutely LOVE MN and the people of that great state.

Complete euphoria. This team has something special going on. Buckle up!


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808vikingsfan wrote:
Michael Strahan's reaction to the miracle

https://www.facebook.com/NFLonFOX/video ... 017127031/


:lol: That was hilarious!


Strahan was almost as excited as me lmao

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Mothman wrote:
808vikingsfan wrote:
Michael Strahan's reaction to the miracle

https://www.facebook.com/NFLonFOX/video ... 017127031/


:lol: That was hilarious!


Strahan was almost as excited as me lmao



LOL! I know, I reacted almost the same way too. I leapt out of my seat, yelled "Holy Sh*t!" (which was basically a reflex) and then was basically Everson Griffin in that interview after the game—flabbergasted, unable to fully process what just happened and really happy!


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Such an amazing time. We grew up north of the TC, but both of my brothers and I are exploring types, so we ended up scattered across the globe. The oldest is an international reporter for a major news outlet, so unfortunately he couldn't make it. My younger brother and I flew in and had such a quintessential MN time it sort of seems like a fairy tale--snow falling, super genuinely kind people going out of their way to escort us to the stadium, the post game celebrations like the line of US Bank workers who were giving high fives to people in the halls on their way out of the stadium, many of us with tears in our eyes, to the long embraces with total strangers all night across the city-- it was all a HUGE reminder that I absolutely LOVE MN and the people of that great state.

Complete euphoria. This team has something special going on. Buckle up!


They do. I'm glad you had such a perfect trip.

Even here in Chicago, I think people sense there's something special about this Vikings team. I have a Vikings leather jacket (I've been wearing it for years) and over the past few weeks, everywhere I go people are wishing me good luck, telling me they think (or hope) the Vikings will win it all, etc. It's all very genuine. Yesterday, I was cleaning snow off my car and an SUV stopped in the street alongside me. The driver rolled down the window, leaned out and asked me if I was still on Cloud 9 after Sunday's game. He was all smiles, congratulated me on the Vikes win, said the Vikings were due for a win like that and said he hopes the Vikes win it all.

It's all very friendly and it adds to the fun. I can only imagine the kind of camaraderie being felt in Minnesota right now!


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I was there as well... and I'm still at a loss for words of that whole end of the game.
Such a rollercoaster of emotions in the last 3 minutes. Everybody is talking about the amazing finish, and duly so, but those last 3 minutes, jeeeeeeebus!

First the NO touchdown with 3 minutes to go and them taking a 1 point lead. People around me were starting to feel the despair setting in and preparing for another horrible playoff loss.
Then we came back with a FG attempt to take the lead again, and with the last playoff game fresh in mind, a lot of people could simply not watch the kick. But Forbath made it and hope set in again, because we do have an excellent defense.
NO started walking down the field until the defense held them to a 4th and 10(I think it was)... NO of course went for it and got the gut-wrenching completion and also got into field goal range, and eventually made the FG.

At that point most people around me seemed to have given up.

Then came the pass... holy moly. I remember screaming "get out of bounds" but Diggs got up on his feet and into the endzone. The rest is a blur.
People screaming, cheering, crying, hugging strangers, going absolutely bananas.
I can't describe it better. There isn't words for this, not yet, maybe not ever. :govikes:


An extra little anecdote.
The season ticket holders sitting to my right is a lovely couple from Texas. Diehard Vikings fans.
Mrs Texas was nervous before the game and asked me why I wasn't nervous and I simply replied: "Because, we got this".
After the NO TD at the three minute mark she turned to me and asked "We got this?". "Yes", I replied, and she looked at me with disbelief.
When we got the FG to take the lead again she looked at me like I was crazy.
And sometime after the winning TD she simply turned to me and said "You were right". :mrgreen:


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Such an amazing time. We grew up north of the TC, but both of my brothers and I are exploring types, so we ended up scattered across the globe. The oldest is an international reporter for a major news outlet, so unfortunately he couldn't make it. My younger brother and I flew in and had such a quintessential MN time it sort of seems like a fairy tale--snow falling, super genuinely kind people going out of their way to escort us to the stadium, the post game celebrations like the line of US Bank workers who were giving high fives to people in the halls on their way out of the stadium, many of us with tears in our eyes, to the long embraces with total strangers all night across the city-- it was all a HUGE reminder that I absolutely LOVE MN and the people of that great state.

Complete euphoria. This team has something special going on. Buckle up!


They do. I'm glad you had such a perfect trip.

Even here in Chicago, I think people sense there's something special about this Vikings team. I have a Vikings leather jacket (I've been wearing it for years) and over the past few weeks, everywhere I go people are wishing me good luck, telling me they think (or hope) the Vikings will win it all, etc. It's all very genuine. Yesterday, I was cleaning snow off my car and an SUV stopped in the street alongside me. The driver rolled down the window, leaned out and asked me if I was still on Cloud 9 after Sunday's game. He was all smiles, congratulated me on the Vikes win, said the Vikings were due for a win like that and said he hopes the Vikes win it all.

It's all very friendly and it adds to the fun. I can only imagine the kind of camaraderie being felt in Minnesota right now!

Jim, if anyone in the world can understand what we're going through, it's people from Chicago. That is, Cub fans.

Very cool that so many are behind us.

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Truly AMAZING! This makes up for Gary Anderson, 2009, and Blair Walsh... but it's all for naught if we don't beat Philly and win this all out!

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Jim, if anyone in the world can understand what we're going through, it's people from Chicago. That is, Cub fans.


Sox fans understand too. They had a LONG wait until winning the World Series in 2005. I've found fans of both teams sympathetic to our situation. That said, Bears fans tend to be a good bunch and most of them are football fans, not just Bears fans, so they appreciate a good team like the Vikes. Plus, we share a mutual dislike of the Packers. ;)

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Very cool that so many are behind us.


I IS cool. I think the 2017 Vikes are a good story, as you've been pointing out. They're easy to root for even if you aren't a Vikes fan!


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Safety @HarriSmith22 meeting safety @Asendejo in the Delta tunnel after the game


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Honest question. Can anything be better than this game? This win? I can't imagine it. If winning a SB will truly feel better than this, I don't think my brain could handle it.

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Honest question. Can anything be better than this game? This win? I can't imagine it. If winning a SB will truly feel better than this, I don't think my brain could handle it.


Winning a Super Bowl would be better.

You'd best be under medical supervision.

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Lots of great video clips floating around. Here's another good one with Everson on the sideline as the play happens and all the vikings players start going crazy. Linval is such a beast and actually lifts Everson up off the ground.
https://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/953359567362117632


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You'd best be under medical supervision.

Don't know if it was posted already, but I guess peoples apple watches were warning them of a possible heart condition alert due to their heart rate jumping at the end of the game.
http://bgr.com/2018/01/15/vikings-vs-sa ... ate-alert/


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