Found December 06, 2012 on No Guts, No Glory:
Mark Craig of the Star Tribune discussed the stellar home-field advantage that exists in Minnesota with Vikings coach Leslie Frazier and Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway. Frazier, as expected, applauded Vikings fans for providing such a stellar home-field advantage. I think we have the best [home-field advantage],” said coach Leslie Frazier, saying what 31 other NFL coaches would say when asked. “That’s one of the reasons I’m excited about this game at Mall of America Field on Sunday.” At 6-6, the Vikings have a must-win game against the Bears on Sunday so Frazier would like it very much if Vikings fans could once again provide that home-field advantage. And while Frazier stopped short on giving Vikings fans advice on the best way to help with the home-field advantage, Greenway did not. And let’s just say, he didn’t hold anything back. “We have to play accordingly and our fans have to show up accordingly, which we know they will,” he said after Sunday’s loss at Green Bay. “Hopefully...

Viking to fans: Get 'super-duper-drunk'

With the division rival Bears heading to town, Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway wants fans to arrive at the game "super-duper drunk" by drinking "liquor, not beer."

Vikings Chad Greenway Wants Fans Super Drunk For Bears Game

The Vikings are fresh off a heartbreaking loss to the Packers. Sitting at 6-6 Chad Greenway knew he had to say something to get his fans fired up for this weekends game against the Bears. Lets just say he now has the best quote of the 2012 NFL season and maybe one of the best of all time. According to the Star Tribune, Greenway said: We have to play accordingly and our fans have...

Vikings Linebacker Chad Greenway Wants Fans to Get ‘Super-Duper Drunk’ on Liquor Before Key Game Against Bears

Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway is taking a page out of Tom Brady‘s playbook, but he’s not being quite as diplomatic about his request for fans to get “lubed up.” Greenway wants fans to get drunk before the Vikings’ key Week 14 matchup this Sunday against their division rival Chicago Bears. And not just any old drunk either — he wants them “super-drunk.” After all...

Vikings Linebacker Chad Greenway Wants Us to be Super- Duper Drunk For Their Game Against the Bears

 The Minnesota Vikings started the season 5-2.  Way better than most of us thought they would.  They now sit at 6-6 after losing four of their last 5.  They come into this weekend with a small chance of still making the playoffs, with their game against the Chicago Bears being a must win.  Chad Greenway must know this is the case because he wants their fans to be "Super...

Get Super Duper Drunk for Chad Greenway

If there’s one thing Chad Greenway doesn’t do, its mess around.  So when he tells you to get super duper drunk on Sunday, and be super duper loud.  You better do it.  Chad isn’t your average frat boy telling you to chug.  Chad is the NFL’s leading tackler with 123 of them. The playoffs are [...]

Chad Greenway Knows Ethanol And Booze

For a hulking human being who is encouraging his team’s fans to get blackout drunk on liquor (he was very specific), Chad Greenway sure knows a lot about the ethanol trade. Here’s what he said three years ago: “It’s pretty simple – we take good care of the land, the land takes good care of you.”  Here’s what he said this week, as he encouraged his fans to get loud...

Frazier: Harvin wasn't making needed progress

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Everyone around the Minnesota Vikings was holding out hope that injured receiver Percy Harvin would be able to return this season, but coach Leslie Frazier said Thursday that Harvin had just not made enough progress and needed to be shut down. Harvin, who sprained his ankle Nov. 4, was placed on injured reserve on Wednesday evening, ending his season with 61...

Vikings not giving up on Ponder yet

Christian Ponder has been outplayed by other younger quarterbacks, but Leslie Frazier said he isn’t ready to “throw in the towel” on Ponder’s development. The quarterback, meanwhile, said he hasn’t lost confidence, even though he is making “pretty dumb” mistakes.

Percy Harvin’s season could soon be over

Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier indicated today that wide receiver Percy Harvin’s season could be over. When Frazier was asked if Harvin is done, he replied: “Hard to say.” Now that we know Harvin completely tore a ligament in his foot, I would think the odds are that he won’t be coming back this season.   var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document...

Vikings noncommittal about Harvins return

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. More than four weeks since receiver Percy Harvin badly sprained his left ankle, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said Wednesday it was "hard to say" whether Harvin will return this season and wouldn't get into specifics about the injury or Harvin's return. Frazier was cryptic after being more forthright in earlier weeks. "There'...

Percy Harvin Could Be Out For The Season?

According to Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier, it’s “hard to say” if wide receiver Percy Harvin will play again this season, per Tom Pelissero. Frazier says Jared Allen will be limited today. Percy Harvin is NOT practicing after all. Is Harvin’s season over? “Hard to say.” #Vikings — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) December 5, 2012 Harvin’s ankle injury that he suffered...
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