Found December 15, 2011 on
Chicks in the Huddle:
When the Saints take on the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, I want them to send a message. I want their win to be decisive and convincing so that teams like the Falcons, 49ers and even the almighty Packers sit up and take notice. But I also want them to send a more personal, pointed message to one Vikings player in particular: Defensive end Jared Allen.
In case you missed, it, Allen is quoted as saying:
“New Orleans looks like I’m driving through a third-world country. Every time I get off the plane, I’m like, ‘Oh, flak jacket.’ I’m trying to get down. I’m like, ‘Ah, crap, I can’t carry my gun here. This sucks.”
Obviously we New Orleans folks don’t take kindly to a guy trash talking our city when he, by his own admission, has solely experienced the stretch of the city you see from the interstate traveling from the airport to downtown. Oh and he went to Bourbon St, too. That would be like me saying Denver is a cess-pool because a toilet was overflowing in an airport bathroom during m...
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Percy Harvin wasn't waiting until the Minnesota Vikings returned home. He wanted to make his feelings known well before the team's plane touched down in the Twin Cities.
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(Courtesy of Sports Grid)
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EDEN PRAIRIE, MINN. (AP) - Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is listed as probable to return to the lineup Sunday against the New Orleans Saints after missing the past three games with a high ankle sprain.Coach Leslie Frazier said Peterson's ankle responded well to increased repetitions in practice this ...
Three very winnable games lay in front of the New Orleans Saints as the season winds down and the playoffs come into view. The number one offense in the NFL led by Drew Brees could possibly be the trojan horse that ends the Green Bay Packers chances at defending their title.
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Over the weekend, Detroit cornerback Alphonso Smith intercepted a pass by Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder and returned it for a touchdown.
After scoring, Smith decided to celebrate by doing a "Thriller" celebration:
(Courtesy of It's Always Sunny in Detroit)
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