Evidently that billboard message we told you about last week from Vikings fans pleading with Brett Favre to return next season hasn't yet had the desired impact.
"You Brettcha" campaign spearheaded by local DJ Jay "Strangelove" Tappe
Sit back and watch some recent Monster Jam, where the only good Prius is a dead Prius, one imagines.
Jason Eugene Schorn is small potatoes compared to the anger management issues exhibisted by some Packers fans.
A slew of costly mistakes block the Purple's chance at their first Super Bowl appearance in over 30 years. Screw that brutal Prince song -- we need The Cure today.
Hey, if it worked for the Packers, maybe it'll work for the Vikings. (Oh, wait, didn't we just try that?)
The Vikings and the Saints are well-matched in talent, and empathy.
A win over the Cowboys would give the Vikings their first Conference Championship appearance since 2000. Preview -- Part 2 of 2.
Vikings vice president Lester Bagley says he wasn't surprised by the findings.
A win over the Cowboys would give the Vikings their Conference Championship appearance since 2000. Preview -- Part 1 of 2.
Could the two be one in the same? Let the NFL playoffs begin.
Ranking the Vikings and the five other teams vying for the Conference crown. Let the bedlam ensue.
These Minnesotans snatched defeat from the jaws of victory with incredible panache.
The Minnesota Vikings QB is an Artist of the Year in 2009
Can a talented Carolina run game keep us from 12-2? Prediction inside.
Rebuilding the Metrodome would cost $870 million, less than previously estimated, according to a report presented today.
10 years of Minnesota's sexiest scandals all in one place! Dreams do come true.
Fresh on the heels of a report that found the Twin Cities can't afford four pro sports teams, the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission is set to release a report tomorrow making the case for a new stadium.
His younger brother, a backup linebacker for Minnesota, gets busted for performance-enhancing drugs and suspended four games
Game preview and prediction inside.
Will Brett Favre single-handledly drag the Minneapolis newspaper of record out of bankruptcy?
Here's what history says about opponents' winning percentage.
Jeez. Settle down and watch the game, would ya?
While woeful at 1-7, Detroit does have a history of playing games tight on our turf.
High marks abound for 7-1 division leaders.
Where will you be on Sunday afternoon?
Ultimate fail: Announcing someone is dead on an official Web site when it isn't actually true.
Examples: The city will change the name of Minnesota Avenue. The mayor and fans will wear flip-flops on Friday as a dig against Favre. Flip-flops--get it?
Will the Steelers stain our perfect 6-0 record on Sunday? Game preview inside.
But will it come in this life -- or the next?
Meanwhile: Bachmann says more crazy stuff; Favre is favred
How do you make a name for your suburban bar in the Twin Cities? Display the Whizzinator of a former Minnesota Viking.
This family is one of the classics seen all too often in these parts: The couple somehow found enough to love that they married one another despite their undying passions for their lover's most-hated football team.
The will-he-or-won't-he drama is officially over: reports are trickling in that Diva-like quarterback Brett Favre has told Vikings coach Brad Childress that he will stay retired and will not play for the Vikings next season.
We have to admit that Minnesotans have been doing some pretty creepy and bone-headed things lately, but that doesn't mean the Wisconsinites are innocent.
According to ESPN, the Minnesota Vikings are getting a little fed up with Brett Favre's constant state of indecisiveness. We don't blame them.
Thanks to Spamalot, the son of former St. Paul Mayor Randy Kelly is dating American Idol Clay Aiken
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