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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 to show up accordingly, which we know they will. Hopefully, they’re super- duper drunk. … So drink liquor, not beer.
Goodell had to be pumped to hear that. Greenway continued:
Yeah, I would say morning drinking. Why not? You could pull an all-nighter. Then you’d have the drunk, tired guys who will really be obnoxious.
Hearing that from a player has to completely energize the Vikings fan-base. How many beer bongs will be downed in honor of Greenway? How many Natty Lights will be toasted to #52?
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