Minnesota Vikings give thanks for . . .

Minnesota Vikings give thanks for . . .

There are 7 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 26, 2008, titled Minnesota Vikings give thanks for . . .. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

"My family. Really my family. I have a son that's going into the Marine Corps December the 8th.

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Since: Jul 08

Williamsburg, VA

#1 Nov 27, 2008
Although I enjoy the meaning of the Chistmas holidays, I think Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday...not too commercialized, not too political, and a good respite from a bad economy and hectic work environment. In addition to the traditional thanks, I do thank the NFL for continuing to feature the Lions. Evokes a lot of memories. The Cowboys joined the Thanksgiving game tradition only becuase of schedule advantages...not tradition. Remember the +/- 1970 game in the snow when the Vikings lateraled for a touchdown. Don't remember who the players were though. That said, Im pulling for the Lions as an underdog. I wouldn't want to see the Vikes be the first to lose to those guys......hey... one other prediction. I see another Head Coach with one of those standard issue, out-of-the box cop mustaches heading to Minnesota. Yep... Andy Reid next year. Will probably bring Donovan with him. Happy Thanksgiving all.
TGP

Ottawa, Canada

#2 Nov 27, 2008
Being that I'm Canadian, I'd still think that your turkey day is one of my favorite day's of the year. To sit back and feast on football from noon till midnight,about a dozen of friends and I always book this day off work and we get together for a day of non-stop parting and some good eats.I'd like to take a minute to reflect on what the NFL is serving to all us Vike fans starting Sunday night,ROASTED BEAR with some Caralinian CHEESE CURD'S and to follow that up with some diced-up LION-Skunk.See you all come play-offs.
40for60

United States

#3 Nov 27, 2008
At least Chilly is enjoying his high paying job.
Seems he has little company though.
TGP

Ottawa, Canada

#4 Nov 27, 2008
cnruf wrote:
Although I enjoy the meaning of the Chistmas holidays, I think Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday...not too commercialized, not too political, and a good respite from a bad economy and hectic work environment. In addition to the traditional thanks, I do thank the NFL for continuing to feature the Lions. Evokes a lot of memories. The Cowboys joined the Thanksgiving game tradition only becuase of schedule advantages...not tradition. Remember the +/- 1970 game in the snow when the Vikings lateraled for a touchdown. Don't remember who the players were though. That said, Im pulling for the Lions as an underdog. I wouldn't want to see the Vikes be the first to lose to those guys......hey... one other prediction. I see another Head Coach with one of those standard issue, out-of-the box cop mustaches heading to Minnesota. Yep... Andy Reid next year. Will probably bring Donovan with him. Happy Thanksgiving all.
Enough with them predictions already.First of all we don't want Reid or his pathetic QB,they've all resided in Chilliville at one time or another & secoundly I live twenty minutes south of Detroit and could give two sh!!ts about them Lions. Love to see them go 0-16 and if you were any kind of fan you'd know that we own their sorry a$$es.
lito

Victorville, CA

#5 Nov 27, 2008
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Go Vikings!
Waders

Tucson, AZ

#6 Nov 27, 2008
Chilly should be thankful he isn't coaching this way in Philly. He'd have to wear a disguise to walk the streets. In Minnesota (nice), he isn't even looked at. I mean if you're going to elect freakin Al Franken for the love of God, you must be near comatose. Don't get me wrong, I love MN. My family is from there. Don't keep buying tickets until this clown is gone. My annual trek up north for a game is on hold.
losers

United States

#7 Nov 27, 2008
What these Vikings are thankful for this season is they play in such a horrible division. If you think this team is playoff quality you are dilusional.

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