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Vikings fans’ donations to Thomas Morstead charity tops $100,000

The best trend of the NFL postseason has been the outpouring of support from fans to players’ charities, and Saints punter Thomas Morstead is giving back to Minnesota after Vikings fans gave to his charity. It all started after the last play of Sunday’s game, following the touchdown that thrilled Vikings fans and broke the [more]

There’s something you didn’t notice about Stefon Diggs’ ‘Minneapolis Miracle’

It’s easy to miss. Stefon Diggs’ walk-off touchdown against the New Orleans Saints is one of the best football moments of all time. If it took place in the Super Bowl, we’d happily place the crown upon the head of the moment to never...Show More Summary

Vikings WR Adam Thielen doesn't practice because of lower back injury

He played all but four offensive snaps in the divisional round against the Saints last weekend.        

Drew Brees: “I think we have a great window of opportunity”

Drew Brees was one play from his third career NFC Championship Game. Now, it starts all over again to try to get back. Was that the best last chance for the Saints quarterback? He has one Super Bowl ring but covets another. Brees, who turned 39 on Monday, said he believes the window remains open [more]

Classy Saints Fans Display Billboards Showing Support For Marcus Williams (TWEETS)

Cheer up, Marcus Williams.  Not all New Orleans Saints fans are mad at you for whiffing on a tackle that led to Stefon Diggs‘ 61-yard game-winning touchdown.  Many of the team’s fans are still proud of you following an impressive rookie season. Some of those fans showed their support by making an appearance at the […]

UMass rallies behind Pipkins to beat Saint Joseph's 72-69

AMHERST, Mass. (AP) -- Luwane Pipkins scored 27 points and made all six of his free throws in the final 35 seconds and Massachusetts completed a comeback win and beat Saint Joseph's 72-69 on Sunday. Shevar Newkirk - who scored six of the Hawks' last 10 points - missed a 3-pointer and a chance to tie with two seconds left. Show More Summary

Vikings’ Last-Second Victory Scores Big Ratings Win For Fox; ‘Wisdom’ Ends Even

Forget all the controversies, all the NFL in-fighting, all the grinding games — Sunday's NFC Divisional playoff game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints was what football is all about. A remarkable 61-yard touchdownShow More Summary

Vikings Players Were Still Fuming With Saints’ Michael Thomas After Hit On Andrew Sendejo

After Stefon Diggs scampered into the end zone with a 61-yard walk-off TD to defeat the New Orleans Saints to put them squad into the NFC Championship game against the Eagles, it was all smiles on the field. Once emotions settled, many of the players told reporters they were still heated with Saints’ Michael Thomas […]

It's Playoff Time in the Cold Loud North

The Vikings D is healthy and was played lights out at the end of the season. The O has shown the ability to move the sticks and score points all year. I really like our chances vs. Brees and the Saints in the "House of Pain"(©Paul Allen). Show More Summary

Reaction in Vegas Was PRICELESS When Vikings Took a Knee Instead of Kicking Extra Point to Cover Spread (Video)

Fans of the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints were overcome by all kinds of emotions when Case Keenum connected with Stefon Diggs for a last-second 61-yard game-winning touchdown. Saints fans were horrified, disgusted, and depressed. Vikings fans were shocked and elated. The reaction in Las Vegas was very different. There, nobody really cared about […]

The Vikings and Saints gave us an ending for the ages, breaking a curse that never existed

Marcus Williams missed a tackle that led to one of the greatest playoff endings ever. It was unfortunate, and that’s all. If the Vikings were going to exorcise the demons of so many playoff heartbreaks, this was the only way: An accidental...Show More Summary

The U.S. Bank Stadium sideline cam captured the deafening euphoria of the Vikings’ final play

You can’t just watch it once. The Minnesota Vikings’ Divisional Round win against the Saints is one of the more spectacular finishes in sports in recent memory. Without question of the best NFL finishes of all time. But this particular view of the final play will take your breath away, and shoot chills down your spine as the U.S. Show More Summary

Minnesota Vikings' Crazy Playoff Ending Screws with Gamblers

The wild ending to the Vikings/Saints playoff game cost a lot of people a lot of money... and it all came down to that extra point play. The spread before kickoff was 5.5 in favor of the Vikings -- meaning if you bet the Vikings, they had to win…

UMass rallies behind Pipkins to beat Saint Joseph's 72-69

Luwane Pipkins scored 27 points and made all six of his free throws in the final 35 seconds and Massachusetts completed a comeback win and beat Saint Joseph's 72-69        

Cam Newton Deletes All Of His Instagram Photos And Unfollows The Carolina Panthers

On the very first day of the new year, the Carolina Panthers went into New Orleans and fought hard, but it wasn’t meant to be as they lost 31-26 in the Wild Card round to the Saints. Almost two weeks later, Cam Newton is looking for a change. The Panthers QB took to his Instagram and […]

Why ‘Meaningful Interactions’ Should Be the Currency We All Trade in Today

Facebook has been under fire for chasing dollars rather than 'likes', Marc Pritchard is sainted for trashing the "content crap trap" and every day another news story breaks on the ease of inadvertently attaching a brand's content to racist, sexist or violent images--all in the (often automated) name of reaching 'ever more accurate' eyeballs for...

Vikings vs. Saints: Fire Departments Place Bet on NFL Playoff Game

The stakes are high when the Vikings and Saints face off this weekend... 'cause both teams' local fire departments are placing an epic wager... and it could all go up in smoke!! Here's the deal... the Minneapolis and New Orleans fire depts. have…

Pat Shurmur focusing on Saints, after job interviews

Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur knows his future may lie beyond Minnesota. But because he’s a football coach, he’s compartmentalizing, and trying to keep all his attention on Sunday’s divisional round game against the Saints. Via the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Shurmur said he “enjoyed” his head coaching interviews with the Bears, Lions, Cardinals and [more]

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