Thursday, June 27, 2013 with 2013 Minnesota Vikings Draft Details

This blogger likes to support other Vikings writers, so go ahead and read about the 2013 Minnesota Vikings Draft Details from Their Vikings Tickets Staff Writer has an interesting take on the new Vikings players: Sharrif Floyd, Xaveir Rhodes and Cordarelle Patterson. Check out Vikings Tickets ticket inventory, as well. You can get Vikings preseason tickets for $5!

You should be jumping up in the air right now with ticket prices that great! 

Monday, June 24, 2013

Adrian Peterson Walks his High School Football Field

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We found this great picture on the Vikings Twitter page - it's Vikings superstar walking his high school football field in Palestine Texas. How cool! This is where the greatest started!

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Snapchat of Christian Ponder of the Vikings

 We LOVE the new phase that all the kids with smartphones are going through - snapchat! A way to send quick pictures that delete after 10 seconds! If we could send a snapchat of any Vikings player during a game, we would pick Christian Ponder. Take a look at the picture we included in this blog post, so classic of Ponder! What snapchats would you send to your friends while you are at a Vikings game? Start brainstorming now, because NFL season is coming up!

Monday, June 17, 2013

MN Vikings Tickets Now Available!

We found some great MN Vikings pre-season tickets for all our readers! Check out Ticket King's website for all your Vikings tickets needs and check this out for $4 Preseason: Minnesota Vikings vs. Houston Texans tickets! Do not miss this pre-season game, it's going to be awesome.


Mike Wallace Turned down $76 million from Vikings

We all know Mike Wallace as one of the NFL's highest paid free agents of the off-season. And after reading USA Today, this blogger found out that Mike Wallace III claimed his son turned down $76 million in total money from the Minnesota Vikings during the 2013 free-agency period. The Vikings, who signed Greg Jennings and additionally drafted Cordarrelle Patterson in April's draft, was considered one of the main options for Wallace's services prior to his commitment to Miami.

However, Wallace decided on the Dolphins—who went 7-9 and missed the playoffs in the AFC—over the Vikings—who went 10-6 and lost in the NFC Wild Card Round to the Green Bay Packers.

Confused? So are we, but Wallace said that it's not about the money and he just wants to be happy. Good luck with the Dolphins, Wallace!


Monday, June 10, 2013

Jeff George is the Minnesota Vikings "Guest Coach"

We would all like to welcome Jeff George to the Vikings as he will be sitting in on quarterback meetings! George will be returning to Vikings headquarters nearly fifteen years later after he threw his last pass for the Vikings in 1999. According to, George will be taking on a mentoring role with Christian Ponder. However, word on the street is that George has earned the reputation of being a me-first coach. We will see how Ponder takes this mentorship; I don't think he will let it float! Hopefully he is smart enough to take the things Jeff George says to him with a grain of salt. We are excited to see how things progress with Jeff George mentoring Ponder, and our Vikings Football Home blog will keep you updated with all the news!

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Adrian Peterson: having a gay teammate "really wouldn't bother me that much."

I was looking around the world wide web for some Vikings news for all my awesome readers and found a newspaper article on ESPN that is really relevant to our society. The Minnesota Vikings star running back, Adrian Peterson, told The Oklahoman on Monday that having a gay teammate "really wouldn't bother me that much."

Adrian Peterson said he would "still high-five them. Pat them on the butt when he's doing good, and go on about my business."

I think it is very respectable for Peterson to voice his views, in an admirable way, even though it may not be the popular opinion. It is often common for people with much fame to keep quiet about these kinds of things, so we are glad Adrian Peterson voiced his opinion!