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On October 30, 2005, the Minnesota Vikings had just beaten the rival Green Bay Packers for their second win of the season and were going on the road to take on the Carolina Panthers. Quarterback Daunte Culpepper had his best game of the season against Green Bay, throwing for 280 yards and two touchdowns as the Vikings came back from a 17-0 halftime deficit to win 23-20. Still, Culpepper was having a dismal season, with six touchdown passes and 12 interceptions through the first six games. Certainly not what he or the team expected coming off his stellar 2004 season when Culpepper threw for a league-leading 4,717 yards with 39 touchdown passes while also adding 406 rushing yards and two touchdowns. The Vikings even won a Playoff game, going on the road to beat the rival Packers.
But everything changed when Panthers' cornerback Chris Gamble hit Culpepper's right knee on that fateful day in Carolina, leading to a catastrophic injury as Culpepper tore three ligaments (ACL,MCL, ...
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With few other options left for this year’s legislative session, Vikings owner Zygi Wilf said he is optimistic a new Vikings stadium on the current Metrodome site could work. But there is plenty of work to be done to firm up that plan.
For the first 20 years of their history the Vikings were an outdoor football team, playing their games at the fabled Old Met in Bloomington. Outdoor football in January in Minnesota meant bitter cold and lashing wind. Aided by the bone-chilling conditions, the Vikings took four conference titles, though they failed to ever win the Super Bowl.
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Vikings owner Zygi Wilf arrived at the State Capitol this morning for a meeting that includes Gov. Mark Dayton, Rep. Morrie Lanning and Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak. The goal: progress toward a new stadium.
Mark and Zygi Wilf will have a meeting with Gov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders on Wednesday
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton told Vikings owner Zygi Wilf on Monday that the team's new stadium will have to be at the Metrodome site if a stadium bill is to pass the Legislature this year, Dayton's spokeswoman said.
The Minnesota Vikings have been given an ultimatum of sorts in their quest for a new stadium.
Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf says the team wants a new stadium in the Twin Cities, even if it means building on the current site of the Metrodome.