NFL Network Counts Down Top 10 Games From 2009

Posted by Mike Wobschall on June 22, 2010 – 8:06 am

It might be the slowest time of the NFL calendar, but that doesn’t mean NFL fans have nothing to do. With the dawn of the 2010 season on the horizon, NFL Network is using a lull in the calendar to look back at the 10 greatest games of the 2009 regular season.

The league-owned TV network will unveil its countdown, but it’s up to the fans to decide the order of the 5 best games from the season. And Vikings fans should be sufficiently motivated to vote because 2 Vikings games from the 2009 season are among the nominees.

Check out the nominations and cast your vote(s) by clicking here. Then tune in to NFL Total Access on Monday, June 28 for the complete countdown.

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11 Responses to “NFL Network Counts Down Top 10 Games From 2009”

  1. By Arrowhead on Jun 22, 2010 | Reply

    well, i think i’d pick the colts/pats game. followed by the vikings/49ers and then the lions and browns

  2. By Pat the Viking on Jun 22, 2010 | Reply

    Week 3 – Vikings & 49ers

    Is my pick, It was ALSO TURNING POINTS for both teams – 49ers had a VERY solid team – this game – took their confidence and desire.

    That GAME – “MADE a Team and it BROKE a Team”

  3. By scott goehring on Jun 23, 2010 | Reply

    vikings vs saints was an awesome game hard fought and very draining on the moral support for the vikes. I surely thought we had it . the bad call by the refs and the stupid call by the coaches to throw or even move the ball closer was not good . They were in range to kick a FG to go to the superbowl . SO WHY DIDNT THEY?

  4. By Rogerthevikefan on Jun 23, 2010 | Reply

    The vikes\49ers was classic farve and the lions\browns showed that stafford has heart he will be great both were amazing games

  5. By PurplePeopleEater on Jun 23, 2010 | Reply

    Sorry to go off topic – but what happened to the Monday Morning Mailbag? Were there not enough questions sent in this week?

  6. By PurplePeopleEater on Jun 23, 2010 | Reply

    After looking over the choices, I’d have to vote for the Steelers/Packers game first. Not only were there some remarkable plays, but the game meant a lot to both teams, who were fighting to keep their playoff hopes alive late in the season.

    The Lions/Browns game shouldn’t even be considered. The only reason it got any mention was because of Stafford’s last play. Both teams were well out of reach of the playoffs at this point which, in my book, takes a LOT away from justifying its place among the best games of the year.

  7. By Arrowhead on Jun 23, 2010 | Reply

    well purple people eater, the packers/steelers game was great since the result of it clinched the division for the vikings

  8. By SkolVikings10 on Jun 23, 2010 | Reply

    How can it not be the Vikings/49ers game? the way that game ended with Favre hitting Lewis streaking in the back of the endzone to win the game, a close 2nd would be the Vikings @ Bears game but only the down side was them losing it in OT otherwise a great classic NFC north divsional tight game but 49er game was the bees-knees

  9. By Happy on Jun 23, 2010 | Reply

    Favre proved himself with the last pass of the 49ers game. We all believed after that.

  10. By PurplePeopleEater on Jun 23, 2010 | Reply

    I completely agree guys. I was on the edge of my seat the entire 49er game and screaming and going crazy for about 10 minutes after that final play. But I was trying to avoid playing favorites. From the descriptions I read of each game and knowing the stakes at hand, the Packer/Steeler game appears better.

  11. By stephanie on Jun 27, 2010 | Reply

    definitely the Vikings/49rs game. I was jumping off the couch yelling “are you kidding me?!” over and over not just because it was a last second TD…but the way that whole last play played out. an amazing throw and amazing catch. the other games were great too of course, but most people thought it was over for the Vikings when they got it back for the last drive…people were even leaving the stadium.

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