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Follow The Vikings On Twitter

Posted by Mike Wobschall on January 24, 2010 – 2:12 pm

Are you following the Vikings on Twitter? If not, you should because just like the vikings.com Blog, it’s a great way to stay on top of Vikings news.

It’s an especially great way to follow the Vikings on game day. We’ll have the active/inactive players prior to the game, score and injury updates during the game and any breaking news after the game.

Remember, you don’t need a Twitter account yourself to follow the Vikings on Twitter. Just go to Twitter.com and follow @VikingsFootball.


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23 Responses to “Follow The Vikings On Twitter”

  1. By stan on Jan 24, 2010 | Reply

    Bud Grant???Nawlins voodoo princess gonna love that connection

  2. By California70 on Jan 24, 2010 | Reply

    The continuous sacking of Bret Favre by New Orleans was brutal. What is wrong with the Vikings Coaches to let this happen. They have no protection for Bret Favre. It was sickening to have to watch him hit like that. New Orleans was having a field-day hitting Favre. It was horrible to see. Favre is so good. I blame the Vikings coaches for having no protection for Favre.

    New Orleans didn’t win this fair….they only won it because they beat-up Favre. I had to turn the game off at that point. After that, it wasn’t even fun to watch.

  3. By cowboysforever on Jan 24, 2010 | Reply

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  4. By kokonuts 42 on Jan 24, 2010 | Reply

    f-u bret
    send him back to green bay

  5. By kokonuts 42 on Jan 24, 2010 | Reply

    trade bret, adrian peterson

  6. By kokonuts 42 on Jan 24, 2010 | Reply

    loser we beat your ass

  7. By Marcus Swartz on Jan 24, 2010 | Reply

    TRADE AP.

  8. By george craig on Jan 24, 2010 | Reply

    Boy oh boy; we don’t need to wait for Brett to make up his mind now – he showed us all when he threw the pick rather than pick up a few yards for his kicker. Don’t give him a chance – FIRE his ass!!

  9. By David Sink on Jan 24, 2010 | Reply

    Mr. Negatives on Bret! How far do you really think the Vikings would have gotten without Bret. What were your true thoughts one week ago after the win against Dallas! Come on. 40 years old and tougher than anyone!

  10. By Brant on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    Way to go Vikings. This team is no different then the teams of the past. From the 1970’s to 1998 to 2010. You play good all year long then choke when it matters. I’m 44 yrs and have suffered through years of heartache with you losers. I vow from this day forward to never watch you f#%king losers ever again,do the state of Minnesota a favor and leave. You suck.

  11. By pants on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    he should’ve run outta-bounds, but threw it to the saints, now his pants on the ground, pants on the ground, BRET FARVE GOT HIS PANTS ON THE GROUND!!!

  12. By ruffneck on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    To all you none VIKINGS fans: You have to admit the vikings won this game in every aspect except the most important…even with all their ****ups they Won! They will be back..Alot of bad calls(one free touchdown) Played in Minnesota they woulda had a blown out by halftime..congrats to the saints,but the colts will win..Vikings will be back to finish it next year!!!!!!

  13. By ruffneck on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    Vikings will whoop you cheeze heads and cowgirls again next year! You all can suck my A$$

  14. By Duncan BC Vikes Fan on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    Vikes were the better team even with the turnovers. Indy will turn New Orleans into the aints.

    Vikes weren’t only playing a great football team but they were playing against the NFL. How was that last so called catch called a catch? Even with a booth review. Missed call or Fix?

  15. By M Morrison on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    This was the most disappointing lose I have ever seen in my life. I have always been and always will be a Vikings fan. They were SUPERIOR to the Saints. they “out classed” them! But kept turning it over and over! They defeated themselves. Also Brett was byutally attached…many times late useless hits by tackles! Not ok…it was very disturbing and hurtful to me….I do not respect teams like the saints who play dirty!

  16. By M Morrison on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    What makes it worse is that they would have easily beaten the colts! The would have won the Super Bowl! They were robbed by poor calls when the receiver at the end TRAPPED the ball on the ground and in the short yardage bad call. This game was the worst game I have ever seen since Drew Pearson interfered when I was a kid and saw that game.

  17. By S Anderson on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    Linebackers were slow and could not cover the middle. All our star players making dumb mistakes and turnovers. Coaching was shotty at best. How does this happen every time we play big games. Ziggy, take a good look at next years away schedule. This was our last chance for a while. And we blew it.

  18. By Yer Vang on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    BRETT FAVRE SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AND THE VIKINGS SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!

    NO MORE FAN OF VIKINGS!!!! IM GONNA THROUGH ALL MY VIKINGS JERSEY AND HATS.

    YOU VIKINGS LETS US DOWN EVERYTIME !!!!!

    GO PACKERS!

  19. By Yer Vang on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    IM DONE AS A VIKINFIGS FAN!

    YOU VIKINGS DON’T DESERVE NEW STADIUM!!1

  20. By DonnyG on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    The Vikings are a great football team and you know as well as anyone that they really did beat the saints, look at the yardage, even gave them afreebie 7 pts.

  21. By Vikes Suck on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    Vikes Suck and so does Favre – retire you birdbrain

  22. By Mr Reality on Jan 25, 2010 | Reply

    All the negative comments come from those who have never been in battles themselves. They are those timed souls that stand on the sidelines in life and complain about the failure of others while they themselves hide from anything remotely challenging! If they took just one of the hits Farve took, they would have been carried off the field and called it a day.

  23. By Wesley Savoy on Jan 26, 2010 | Reply

    This is an open letter to Brett Favre to help make him realize that retirement is not a good option!

    First, Brett Favre your the epitome of a person that strives to learn, moves forward and battles to conquer his demons as you grow through life’s learned lessons both on and off the field.

    Brett , you may not realize it, but, you have un-intentionally given yourself a second life as a starting quarter back in the NFL that could have you playing another 2-4 years of not good, but
    GREAT football!!!

    First you have a great coach and management team with the Vikings organization that not only appreciates your ability, (unlike what you were getting from the Packers organization in your final few years), but they understand how you think and what matters to you. You also has a GREAT young bunch of super talented guys around you, Your Team Mates, which are as hunger for the Super Bowl Championship Ring as
    you are, if not before the lose definitely now more after the lose.

    Brett, you said it yourself in an interview not to long ago that to win, “it’s the chemistry of the right players at the right time of the moment” which is very finite. Well, this is the moment, but unbeknownst to you Brett, this
    first year with the Vikings is just the start of what’s to come. Sometimes when things are happening in ones life that’s going great, (“better then one could hope for”) the euphoria one experiences can give them
    the sense of “this is it”, which can and does happen to most people who experience this and then they stop, and give up on the fact that maybe it’s only the beginning of something more, much more!

    I know it’s easy to sit here and write what I think, it’s not what I think, it’s what I know!

    Listening to you Brett over the season on how your were feeling and how you felt from week to week not only mentally but physically, Brett you did not feel your age! Brett as you stated “I felt the best in years”.
    Brett you felt reenergized, and it showed. You played like a 30 year old veteran in his prime, not some 40+ year old trying to recapture his by gone glory years. Brett you know more then anybody that you have
    more to give, you learnt more about the game and more about yourself this last season.

    There is no doubt that during the NFC Championship game you felt your age (maybe a little older then your age), but anyone who took the pounding that you did Brett, would too. Just ask Kurt Warner and Tony Romo how old they felt in there loses?

    But there is something more to why your not finished with the game that has given you so much, and what you Brett, have given so much to the game! And that’s something that only you know!

    There is no doubt that you may want to retire Brett. I know what it’s like to try and make a decision and not be 110% sure whether the decision is right until you’ve made it. Only once
    you’ve committed to a decision will you know if it is the right decision. Because what ever the decision it is that you make when you make it, only if it STICKS without any, and I mean ANY regret, only then
    will you know that you made the right decision.

    Before you make that decision, DON”T short change yourself. This is a once in a life time opportunity that almost nobody gets in their life time, ever, and you have it right in your hands for the second time.

    It’s better to try, and fail then to say NO! There is never regret in ones trying and failing, because you pushed on. But saying NO to not just any opportunity, but this opportunity that is here and now, and yours to make your own, that is a regret that time could never heal.

    If your decision is retirement, I’m sure that I’m not the only one hoping for it not to stick! I’m sure everyone in Minnesota (including myself) will be hoping right up until the kick-off of the first regular season game
    that it doesn’t stick.

    Hope to see you on the playing field.

    From you biggest fan in Canada,
    Wes

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