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Reminder: “Vikings Country” Featuring Jared Allen Is Live At Mall Of America Tonight

Posted by Ryan Cardinal on November 9, 2011 – 8:48 am

As is the case each Wednesday during the NFL season, fans can head to Mall of America tonight from 6:30 to 7 to check out “Vikings Country,” a weekly radio show hosted by Mike Mussman and co-hosted by either Jared Allen or Chad Greenway.  Tonight, Allen is the co-host.

The show will be broadcast live from the Sky Deck Sports Grille and Bar at Mall of America – located on the fourth floor, east side – every Wednesday during the regular season and will air on KFAN (FM 100.3); the show will also be aired on Fox Sports North at 11:00 a.m. every Sunday. Allen and Greenway will alternate weeks as co-hosts of the show with Mussman, and the Vikings Street Team will be at each broadcast giving away great prizes.

Fans are encouraged to attend the live broadcast each week at the Sky Deck Sports Grille and Bar, where they will enjoy a state-of-the-art restaurant and entertainment facility that features high definition TV’s, quality billiards, 12 lanes of bowling and a great menu of beverages and food.

Allen will co-host the following nights: tonight, Nov. 9, Nov. 23, Dec. 7, and Dec. 21.  Greenway will co-host on Nov. 16, Nov. 30, Dec. 14, and Dec. 28.


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24 Responses to “Reminder: “Vikings Country” Featuring Jared Allen Is Live At Mall Of America Tonight”

  1. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    The stadium issue is not in the control of the average blogger.

    We can suggest alternatives to the Arden Hills Stadium. (It would be great, but I don’t believe in unicorns.)

    Consider remodeling the metrodome.

    Add seats to the U of M Stadium.

    Remodel the Twins stadium.

    Move them south to Rochester’s Soldier Field. Just add some bleachers, baby!

  2. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    The stadium i s s u e is not in the control of the average blogger.

    We can suggest alternatives to the Arden Hills Stadium. (It would be great, but I don’t believe in unicorns.)

    Consider remodeling the metrodome.

    Add seats to the U of M Stadium.

    Remodel the Twins stadium.

    Move them south to Rochester’s Soldier Field. Just add some bleachers, b a b y!

  3. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    Tarvaris Jackson has almost 1600 yards passing for the SeaHawks, which means he is on pace for a 3000 yard season just as I predicted.

  4. By Parody on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    Where did that come from Fred? And what good is a 3000yard season? Look at all of his stats, and you’ll understand why the fans in Seattle are begging for a new QB. With 9 interceptions to 6 touchdowns, Jackson’s passer rating is lower than it was with us – which was too low to keep him around. Sure, there’s some different players, but he has the same #1 receiver that he practiced with over here for 3-years, and he is running the same offense that he has his entire career.

    Jackson was good for a rookie, but he never made any noticeable improvement.

  5. By sandiamond on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    2012 NFL Minnesota Vikings 7 Round draft predictions just released: freddy jones should be happy!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/931544-2012-nfl-mock-draft-7-round-minnesota-vikings-predictions

  6. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    @Parody,

    I’m not gonna argue. All I said was he would get 3,000 yards.

    Thank you for your commentary!

  7. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    @Sandiamond,

    Now how do we convince all the Viking VPs to get it together and draft Martin?

    After all, if I’m a VP with an ego, I want a DE or DT that can make some sacks so I can brag to my cronies……………”Yeah I was the ONE who got us that guy.”

    Or a WR, RB, TE, or QB that can make headlines.

    Offensive Linemen and Defensive Backs are the Yeoman of football. No glory, just grit.

  8. By DRS on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    http://bleacherreport.com/tb/bbYjd

  9. By sandiamond on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    Not sure Fred but the answer might be in Ponder the rest of this season. If we get pick 10 or over then look for Reiff from Iowa. Surely Spielman will be tempted to take a wr in round one! ha

  10. By DRS on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    http://www.vikings.com/stadium/new-stadium/index.html

  11. By Mike B on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    @Fred you said more than that you said he was a starting NFL QB and he isn’t showing it at all. I think you may be having selective memory.

  12. By Mike B on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    @sandiamond I am convinced that if there is a blue chip WR at our pick we will take him. I am thinking that a Left Tackle or CB which ever is best if no WR is there. Maybe a good top notch QB too. lol gotcha Fred.

  13. By DRS on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    Why not get Medtronic, Honeywell, 3M, Dayton’s, and Target to name a few to pay for part of the price of the new stadium? Naming rights or something? Why would the public need to have a stake in the Vikings to own the stadium? Why not just own it and lease it to the Vikings. Then keeping all the revenues in the state? Why all this resistance from the majority of peoples of Minnesota to a tax that will help them in the long run, what a penny or two? Why not a sales tax for the entire state of Minnesota, that seams the fairest tax, the stadium would be for all Minnesotans so why not have all Minnesotans pay for it?

    So many answers to this one question. The Best answer to this question, (I feel), is for the Vikings to build the stadium themselves , that way they can built it their way, without an roof, they can keep all the revenues for themselves and only pay the taxes. They could tell the state where to shove it as to the type of events they hold. The state has to improve the roads anyway, so they can keep their precious tax dollars for the roads and the Vikings run the stadium. We all know this will not happen because it has never been done this way, what a shame that is.

  14. By DRS on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    We all know the Vikings need O-Line and a D-Fence, and a good down the field receiver; I too do not know why we keep going for players in spots that we are strong in. There are eight games to go before I think we need to start worrying about the draft. The need is now and I think we need to look for someone who needs a job and can help at this time.

  15. By DRS on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    I feel it will not take much to improve things, there has to be someone on the unemployment line who can do the job and help the Vikings now.

  16. By DRS on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    Later one and all.

  17. By SaltyDog on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    And how are the seahawks doing? T-jokes passer rating is under 70, he sucks and always will. Oooooo he got some yards, still not getting playoffs.

  18. By SaltyDog on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    A top notch rookie QB instead of a safety? Safety is our biggest need. Have you watched any games this year?

  19. By SaltyDog on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    Wow, I disagree with almost everything Mike B says…
    We need safties (2)
    OT and OG
    CB
    WR
    in that order.

  20. By sandiamond on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    Salty i think he was joking lol. OT CB WR has to be 1st round. Safties come in later rounds of the draft

  21. By Parody on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    I’ve read up a little on the projected draft class, and it seems that the experts think it’s going to be a pretty weak year for safeties. So whoever we get at the position in the draft may not ammount to much of anything.

  22. By Parody on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    I’d rather see the team pick up a playmaking CB anyways. Griffin doesn’t look like starter quality anymore, Winfield’s age is producing more frequent injuries, and Cook’s future is anybody’s guess, leaving us with squat for CBs. So I’d love to see us get one of the top CBs in the draft for once, but knowing that we live and die on the Cover-2 defense, our team would probably waste the skills of a first round CB.

  23. By sandiamond on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    yea Parody we could use a rookie sensation CB for sure. Claiborne(lsu) seems to be the answer as he is more suited for a zone type secondary plus can return kicks also

  24. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2011 | Reply

    Mike B.,

    Tarvaris Jackson has started more games at QB for Seattle than any other QB this year.

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