The last game the Minnesota Vikings made fewer than 10 pass attempts was on November 27, 1977, in a 13-6 victory over the Green Bay Packers during which QB Bob Lee went 5 for 8 on a snowy afternoon.
I caught an ESPN 60 episode recently that tells the story of the man who sculpts the bust of Hall of Fame inductees. It’s a fascinating behind-the-scenes glimpse of the process uses the greatest receiver to ever play the game, Randy Moss, to tell the story.
Adrian Peterson absolutely deSTROYS William Gay of the Pittsburgh Steelers during a 2009 regular season matchup.
This 64 yard touchdown run by Adrian Peterson against the Cleveland Browns in 2009 is still the best run of Peterson’s career. Am I wrong?
Video highlights from a December 20, 1971 matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field.
On the Thursday Night Tailgate podcast, hosts Chris Mascaro and Angelo Cane interview former Viking offensive tackle Ron Yary and former Vikings quarterback Warren Moon.
Cris Carter answers questions about and reflects upon his Hall of Fame career and shares Vikings stories with Patrick Reusse.
Joe Kapp and the Minnesota Vikings 1969 season are highlighted in this video profile.
Vintage footage of a 1978 Minnesota Vikings victory over the Denver Broncos at Met Stadium, featuring Fran Tarkenton, Alan Page, Carl Eller and Jim Marshall.
Who’s the best receiver ever. Watch Randy Moss’ and Jerry Rice’s video highlights and decide for yourself.