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Vikings Arriving At Lambeau Field

Posted by Mike Wobschall on October 24, 2010 – 4:01 pm

The early set of buses carrying Vikings team personnel has arrived and everyone is getting settled in here at Lambeau Field. Current weather conditions include mostly cloudy skies with a temperature of 61 degrees and a 60% chance of rain tonight.

We’ll continue to provide updates leading up to the game, including an announcement of the game’s inactive players just after 6:00 p.m. CT. The live chat will start just before kickoff, so be sure to join us for that as well, which you can do by clicking here.

There were some positive developments in the NFC today for the Vikings. NFC North leader Chicago lost again at home, this time to the Washington Redskins by a score of 17-14. Bears QB Jay Cutler threw 4 INTs to Washington CB DeAngelo Hall and when Cutler wasn’t throwing INTs he was being sacked, as Washington dropped him 4 times behind the line of scrimmage.

Other NFC foes to go down earlier today include the New Orleans Saints (lost at home to Cleveland) and Philadelphia (lost 37-19 at Tennessee).


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12 Responses to “Vikings Arriving At Lambeau Field”

  1. By TWVIKE on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    We should not have to rely on other teams lose to make us look good!!!!!!! Lets take care of our own business and KICK CHEESE HEAD BUTT!!!!!!

  2. By Ryan on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Let’s kick some ass tonight we need to get pressure on Rodgers and make him feel it from the first snap

  3. By Patrick Peterson on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    I’d like to see Favre go more to the air tonight. I think Randy Moss should be settling in by now with what we do on offence. I just think we need to mix it up alittle more than what we have been doing on offence. By doing this,it will free Peterson up, and keep the defence thinking. With Chicago lossing, we stand a good chance to make a difference in the central division with a win tonight. LETS DO IT VIKINGS…CARING ON THAT PURPLE PRIDE.

  4. By Chad and Joshua on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    We have to sack Rogers tonight, Allen needs to sack him and hit him hard!!

  5. By P. Peterson on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    I’d like to see Favre go more to the air tonight. I think Randy Moss should be settling in by now with what we do on offence. I just think we need to mix it up alittle more than what we have been doing on offence. By doing this,it will free Peterson up, and keep the defence thinking. With Chicago loseing, we stand a good chance to make a difference in the central division with a win tonight. LETS DO IT VIKINGS…CARING ON THAT PURPLE PRIDE.

  6. By Ken "Viking" Slem on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Hey ! What do you think of getting Moss back ? Or is that question out of date. This year we’re exploding all the way to the Super Bowl. You up their in Minnesota as I am down in California, get those cheese heads!

  7. By TWVIKE on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Ken Viking slem- Where abouts in Calif? Just got back myself.

  8. By Dawnwisconsin on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    I HAVE A GREA FEELING ..VIKINGS KICKING BUTT TONIGHT!!
    GO MOSS,,FAVRE..HARVIN..SHIANCOE..PETERSON..JARED
    #12 NEEDS TO BE KNOCKED DOWN A COUPLE OF TIMES..THINKS HE IS FAVRE
    GOOD LUCK GUYS

  9. By joann on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    lets go vikings- its superbowl year. I have been watching Brett Favre for 25 years…….yow I am an old gal but I know good football and he lays the game right- to win….Rogers will never be Brett Favre but neither will anyone else.
    J

  10. By gopack on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Joann, you’re right, rodgers will never be a favre….thank you God!

  11. By bob winship on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    thought we got rid of brewster
    now our viking coach has taken
    over where brewster left off-blaming everyone else,how about the stupid waste of time
    ening the first half.not calling time out-leting the clock run when the f ield goal was possible .not chalaging called
    off touch down-12 men on field.
    get rid of chilly

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