Vikings owner Zygi Wilf has sights set on a Super Bowl

There are 94 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Sep 13, 2010, titled Vikings owner Zygi Wilf has sights set on a Super Bowl. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Vikings coach Brad Childress and owner Zigi Wilf talk prior to the Vikings and Cowboys preseason game at the Metrodome in Minneapolis on Friday night, September 4, 2009.

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“any questions?”

Since: Jun 10

st.john's, newfoundland

#1 Sep 14, 2010
Vikings owner Zygi Wilf has sights set on a Super Bowl

...KLINK is still the HC...a visit to the optometrist is in order...GO VIKES!!!
big ox

Beckley, WV

#2 Sep 14, 2010
zygi if you want to win get some wide receivers such as vincebt jackson and yes javon walker. we had walker but did not keep him why? The vikings have got to have TOTAL TEAM EFFERT to win and that means no individual going for individual stats. We were so bad in so many places the first game. defence no sacks, secondary non existant, offence bad blocking, wide receivers WHERE? LETS GET IT ALL TOGETHER AS A TEAM OR W"LL NEVER WIN IT ALL.
dch6859

Mason, OH

#3 Sep 14, 2010
Last time I looked Klink was still head coach - Zigi you will NEVER sniff a SB with that moron.
Bo Knows

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Sep 14, 2010
PurpleHaze1 wrote:
Vikings owner Zygi Wilf has sights set on a Super Bowl
...KLINK is still the HC...a visit to the optometrist is in order...GO VIKES!!!
I was thinking with our coach he would need a pair of binoculars to see the Super Bowl.

“any questions?”

Since: Jun 10

st.john's, newfoundland

#5 Sep 14, 2010
Bo Knows wrote:
<quoted text>
I was thinking with our coach he would need a pair of binoculars to see the Super Bowl.
...hahahaha...or the HUBBLE telescope...GO VIKES!!!

Since: Sep 08

Lakeville, MN

#6 Sep 14, 2010
Zygi is as big of a dreamer as Brewster
WHAT A WASTE

Worcester, MA

#7 Sep 14, 2010
please send this to MR. WILF i feel sorry for you and coach childress because this team of choke artists wil let you down again these choke artists nether have the will,desire or hunger or intensity that you and coach childress have to win a super bowl you know you have to win at least 14 games to have home field advantage through out but they will make up excuses like the schedule is too difficult my prediction is you will finish 4-12 and your organization will continue to carry that noose around their necks of loosing 4 super bowls these choke artists don't have what it takes
Fair-Enough

Chokio, MN

#8 Sep 14, 2010
Get a quality wide reciever and this team has a chance. Without a quality wide reciever this team has no chance.
Rhino

Minneapolis, MN

#9 Sep 14, 2010
Focus on willing the division first, Zygi.

...and you'll need home-field advantage throughout the playoffs for a shot at the Super Bowl.
oldviking

Virginia Beach, VA

#10 Sep 14, 2010
Maybe watching another team,this head coach can't do it... he do every thing in his power to stop that dream!!!
Deer Tracks

Yankton, SD

#11 Sep 14, 2010
oxboro wrote:
Zygi is as big of a dreamer as Brewster
Super Bowl, huh....Wif in one hand, zig in the other...which one fills the quicker...Send Klink down the yellow brick road and hire Frazier as head coach..Before you loose Frazier next year..
yooperbill

AOL

#12 Sep 14, 2010
You had your chance last year and blew it,the Packers,Giants,Cowboys and Saints are all teams that are better than the Vikings this season and all stand in the way of a Super Bowl appearance this year,Zigi should just try to win the NFC North again,thats a high enough mountain to try to climb,and they will falter.

“Obamacs at it's finest!”

Since: Mar 09

Anytown, Minnesota........

#13 Sep 14, 2010
talk about a Kluelss owner....fits with a Klueless Koach..Super Bowl for THIS team will NEVER happen, NEVER. This team did absolutley nothing during the offseason to improve one iota, not a single position on this team is better than last year's team....meanwhile, ALL the other teams in the North Division made moves to strengthen their roster but not the Queens...they will not even finish 2nd in their division this year and Zygi thinks they can actually get to the Super Bowl, man, what a duma** this guy is.....well, it all came togehter last year when Zygi signed Klink to that extension, that sealed the Vikings fate....
raoul duke

Saint Paul, MN

#14 Sep 14, 2010
Superbowl??? LMAO Keep dreaming MN! Brett Favre BLOWS .. you watch .. he will cost you .. face it . after this year your going to rebuild from scratch . I hope in my lifetime for the next 50+ years i don't see this team win a Superbowl
JimisRite

Onalaska, WI

#15 Sep 14, 2010
Hey, another clever headline from the Pioneer Press .. "Viking owner has sights set on Super Bowl" .... Last time I checked every team had their "sights set on the Super Bowl" ...(with the exception of Detroit maybe .. Their hoping to go to the motor City Bowl)
JimisRite

Onalaska, WI

#16 Sep 14, 2010
Well well, look who Vegas has as Super Bowl favorite in the latest updated odds ..

Early 2011 Super Bowl XLV NFL Futures Odds
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX, 2/6/2011


Team 2011 Super Bowl XLV Futures Odds

(Money Odds. Payout Per $100 Bet.)

Arizona Cardinals +$6,000 (60 to 1)
Atlanta Falcons +$2,500 (25 to 1)
Baltimore Ravens +$1,000 (10 to 1)
Buffalo Bills +$20,000 (200 to 1)
Carolina Panthers +$8,000 (80 to 1)
Chicago Bears +$5,000 (50 to 1)
Cincinnati Bengals +$3,000 (30 to 1)
Cleveland Browns +$20,000 (200 to 1)
Dallas Cowboys +$1,000 (10 to 1)
Denver Broncos +$10,000 (100 to 1)
Detroit Lions +$20,000 (200 to 1)
Green Bay Packers +$500 (5 to 1)
Houston Texans +$1,500 (15 to 1)
Indianapolis Colts +$1,000 (10 to 1)
Jacksonville Jaguars +$10,000 (100 to 1)
Kansas City Chiefs +$10,000 (100 to 1)
Miami Dolphins +$2,000 (20 to 1)
Minnesota Vikings +$1,000 (10 to 1)
New England Patriots +$1,000 (10 to 1)
New Orleans Saints +$800 (8 to 1)
New York Giants +$2,000 (20 to 1)
New York Jets +$1,200 (12 to 1)
Oakland Raiders +$10,000 (100 to 1)
Philadelphia Eagles +$4,000 (40 to 1)
Pittsburgh Steelers +$1,500 (15 to 1)
San Diego Chargers +$1,200 (12 to 1)
San Francisco 49ers +$3,000 (30 to 1)
Seattle Seahawks +$5,000 (50 to 1)
St. Louis Rams +$20,000 (200 to 1)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +$10,000 (100 to 1)
Tennessee Titans +$2,500 (25 to 1)
Washington Redskins +$2,500 (25 to 1)
viqueens fan

United States

#17 Sep 14, 2010
i'll change the heading:

"vikings owner zygy wilf has head firmly stuck in @ss and should have NEVER given inept, gum-chewing moronic klink an extension" and will never see vikes in super bowl as long as that is the case"
BRJ

Longview, TX

#18 Sep 14, 2010
better get rid of worthless baggage like toosorryass jackson and get a decent backup with some passing accuracy! or else if favre goes down, and /or next year you can be looking at some 3-13 and/or 5-11 teams for years dummy.

“any questions?”

Since: Jun 10

st.john's, newfoundland

#19 Sep 14, 2010
JimisRite wrote:
Well well, look who Vegas has as Super Bowl favorite in the latest updated odds ..
Early 2011 Super Bowl XLV NFL Futures Odds
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX, 2/6/2011
Team 2011 Super Bowl XLV Futures Odds
(Money Odds. Payout Per $100 Bet.)
Arizona Cardinals +$6,000 (60 to 1)
Atlanta Falcons +$2,500 (25 to 1)
Baltimore Ravens +$1,000 (10 to 1)
Buffalo Bills +$20,000 (200 to 1)
Carolina Panthers +$8,000 (80 to 1)
Chicago Bears +$5,000 (50 to 1)
Cincinnati Bengals +$3,000 (30 to 1)
Cleveland Browns +$20,000 (200 to 1)
Dallas Cowboys +$1,000 (10 to 1)
Denver Broncos +$10,000 (100 to 1)
Detroit Lions +$20,000 (200 to 1)
Green Bay Packers +$500 (5 to 1)
Houston Texans +$1,500 (15 to 1)
Indianapolis Colts +$1,000 (10 to 1)
Jacksonville Jaguars +$10,000 (100 to 1)
Kansas City Chiefs +$10,000 (100 to 1)
Miami Dolphins +$2,000 (20 to 1)
Minnesota Vikings +$1,000 (10 to 1)
New England Patriots +$1,000 (10 to 1)
New Orleans Saints +$800 (8 to 1)
New York Giants +$2,000 (20 to 1)
New York Jets +$1,200 (12 to 1)
Oakland Raiders +$10,000 (100 to 1)
Philadelphia Eagles +$4,000 (40 to 1)
Pittsburgh Steelers +$1,500 (15 to 1)
San Diego Chargers +$1,200 (12 to 1)
San Francisco 49ers +$3,000 (30 to 1)
Seattle Seahawks +$5,000 (50 to 1)
St. Louis Rams +$20,000 (200 to 1)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +$10,000 (100 to 1)
Tennessee Titans +$2,500 (25 to 1)
Washington Redskins +$2,500 (25 to 1)
...they omitted the word "LONGSHOT"....hahaha hah...GO VIKES!!!
Mark

Bristow, VA

#20 Sep 14, 2010
dch6859 wrote:
Last time I looked Klink was still head coach - Zigi you will NEVER sniff a SB with that moron.
Oh, I dunno...even a broken clock is right twice daily. I hope it happens for Ziggy, and for us. We could still get lucky. Skol Vikings.

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