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Women who accused Packers of rape now charged with prostitution

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Two women who claimed last year that they were raped at a cabin being rented out by Green Bay Packers players are now being charged with prostitution in connection with the events of that night.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Kesha Cureton and Tynecha Lipsco were charged with prostitution stemming from the incident last June. Packers defensive back Brandon Underwood entered a no-contest plea to charges of soliciting prostitution this month.

The case first came to our attention in June, with a report that six members of the Packers were being interviewed over a sexual assault claim by two women. The women were initially claiming that one Packers player raped them while other Packers players held them down.

That story later changed dramatically, to an allegation that Underwood brought the two women back to the cabin after meeting them at a strip club, and that he paid them for sex but threw them out of the cabin when he discovered them in the process of stealing from him.

Other than Underwood, all of the Packers at the cabin have been cleared of criminal wrongdoing.

The police report in the incident says that Cureton and Lipsco may have made the false rape allegations because they were motivated by “future financial gain.”

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  1. terpface says: Mar 29, 2011 1:03 PM

    Vultures…

  2. quarterpounder10 says: Mar 29, 2011 1:12 PM

    NFC East and hookers seems to be a common theme.

  3. bradwins says: Mar 29, 2011 1:12 PM

    Whoa…talk about your all-time backfires.

  4. pftmz says: Mar 29, 2011 1:13 PM

    Didn’t this fellow flunk out of Ohio State? Lost his scholarship over grades….at Ohio State.

  5. cmstrick says: Mar 29, 2011 1:13 PM

    Baahaahahahahaha!!!

    Now, do the same for LT’s 16year-old hooker and I’ll be really impressed…

  6. hoobsher says: Mar 29, 2011 1:16 PM

    the fact that women can do this is infuriating. they ruin it for real women, classy women, not to mention the entire concept of feminism.

    that being said, these guys are none to classy either.

  7. karlpilkington says: Mar 29, 2011 1:16 PM

    Todays news is awesome……All we need is a animal cruelty story and it will be a walk off homer.

  8. drstrangelust says: Mar 29, 2011 1:17 PM

    Packer rubes need to STFU when it comes to other team’s issues! Bunch of drug users and rapists that play for that team!

  9. rc33 says: Mar 29, 2011 1:17 PM

    A heartwarming story.
    The girls no doubt admired the work of the Duke Lacrosse women.

  10. Deb says: Mar 29, 2011 1:19 PM

    It’s about time.

  11. Mike Tomlin says: Mar 29, 2011 1:19 PM

    So I guess the women in question has to be charged with prostitution for the general public to realize that they are money hungry slores…

    Big Ben get your lawyer on the phone

  12. packfannchitown says: Mar 29, 2011 1:19 PM

    Yo Brandon, you down with O.P.P.?

  13. footballpoetry says: Mar 29, 2011 1:19 PM

    At least he carded them.

  14. skoobyfl says: Mar 29, 2011 1:20 PM

    “Packers” player takes on a new meaning here.

  15. ilpackerbacker says: Mar 29, 2011 1:26 PM

    LOL. I love reading comments from Vikings fans about the reigning WORLD CHAMPIONS.

    When does “Favre Stick it to Ted Revenge Part III” watch start? After you duct tape your cloth roof and use a bike tire pump to inflate it?

  16. tuckercarlsonisthevoiceofreason says: Mar 29, 2011 1:26 PM

    I think today’s news provides a good example of the fact that no NFL team is composed of choir boys, despite what Packer fan commenters would have you believe.

  17. JimmySmith says: Mar 29, 2011 1:42 PM

    The real story here is that its only a misdemeanor or as the Viking fans like to refer to it, my mom’s part time job.

    Had Underwood shown foresight into this and actually flown these hookers in over state lines, then it becomes a felony and then the NFL is willing to overlook it and turn a blind eye. (see Loveboat)

    Either way, he is a very marginal player and will likely be cut which is all the Viking fans should care about, it gives them another washed up Packer to sign to their team.

  18. eaglesnoles05 says: Mar 29, 2011 1:43 PM

    Ha! Hilarity.

  19. ditkasmustache says: Mar 29, 2011 1:47 PM

    Lets face the facts…

    When the history of debauchery and the NFL is written there will be 2 stand out chapters.

    The Dallas Cowboys “White House” facility and the Vikings notorious “Love Boat” escapade.

  20. packerswambulance says: Mar 29, 2011 1:47 PM

    Dudes gettin’ excited by holding a prostitute down while a teammate gets it on? Thats a tight locker room. Too tight guys….

  21. contra74 says: Mar 29, 2011 1:52 PM

    ilpackerbacker says:
    Mar 29, 2011 1:26 PM
    LOL. I love reading comments from Vikings fans about the reigning WORLD CHAMPIONS.

    When does “Favre Stick it to Ted Revenge Part III” watch start? After you duct tape your cloth roof and use a bike tire pump to inflate it?
    ———
    I love how not one Viking fan came on here to bash the Packers but when there is anti-Packer bashing the immediate instinct is to point the finger at the Vikings. Does the Packer fanbase assume that the Viking fanbase is the only one out there that does not like them? Are they such saints in the NFL kingdom that everyone adores them? Reality check guys – its not just the Viking fans that dont like the Packers. Maybe if the Packer team cleaned up their act a bit then some respect would be thrown your way. No team is holy, not one, but this definitely doesnt help. And oh yea…all other fan bases do not like you.

  22. minnesconsin says: Mar 29, 2011 1:53 PM

    i’m the first packers fan to admit that every roster has a questionable guy or two somewhere. packers brass is always trying to sell us the image of “packer people” and talking about the culture of the football team, the culture of the locker room, etc. It will be interesting to see how they handle this, as they do have an investment in underwood.

  23. medtxpack says: Mar 29, 2011 1:58 PM

    thanks for at least following up on the story! at least we know stuff goes full circle here even when some stories get drawn out.

  24. scudbot says: Mar 29, 2011 2:04 PM

    NFL victims Kesha Cureton and Tynecha Lipsco adopted as mascots by ex-NFLPA, will appear at Alternate Draft Potluck Extravaganza.

  25. strctlylo says: Mar 29, 2011 2:05 PM

    don’t trust no hoes!

  26. tombradyswig says: Mar 29, 2011 2:18 PM

    NFC East and hookers seems to be a common theme.

    Packers are NFC North foolio!!

  27. samwadd5 says: Mar 29, 2011 2:19 PM

    quarterpounder10 says:
    Mar 29, 2011 1:12 PM
    NFC East and hookers seems to be a common theme.

    Packers are in the NFC North

  28. hobartbaker says: Mar 29, 2011 2:34 PM

    There was a spirited debate between the two women as to whether anyone would be dumb enough to fall for the scam. But when one of them said “Hey, they’re football players fer Chrissakes”, they decided to give it a go.

  29. siggy00 says: Mar 29, 2011 2:44 PM

    Irrelevant. Underwood should have been suspended because he was merely accused.

  30. mountaindont says: Mar 29, 2011 3:04 PM

    Why the Vikings are the most inept team in professional sports history

    ** 4 Superbowl losses

    ** 5 straight losses in NFC Championship games

    **Gary Anderson who had just completed the first perfect regular season in NFL history (not missing a single extra point or field goal attempt the entire year), missed a 38-yard attempt with less than 2 minutes remaining in NFC championship game that most likely puts Vikes in Superbowl in 98.

    **in 2003 Arizona’s last second touchdown on 4th and 28 against Vikings eliminated Vikings from playoffs. The moment of Arizona’s touchdown was actually the first moment the entire season in which the Vikings hadn’t led their division. The Vikings became the second team in football history to miss the playoffs after getting off to a 6-0 start

    **The “Hail Mary” pass Drew Pearson caught against the Vikes in 75 NFC championship to give Dallas the win in the final minute.

    **Jim Marshall’s wrong way run

    **The Herschel Walker trade in which Vikings gave Dallas three 1st rounders, three 2nd rounders, plus a 3rd and a 6th rounder in addition to 5 players. Walker lasts only 3 seasons in Minnesota
    ** In 1999 the Vikings select Michigan State Defensive end Dimitrius Underwood with the 29th overall pick. Underwood spent one day in camp and walked out. It was eventually shown Underwood suffered from mental Illness. The ineptness of the Vikings comes into play because his coaches at Michigan State warned NFL scouts that he was not mentally stable enough to play in the NFL.
    .
    **Vikings despite being favored, The Vikings lose 41-0 in NFC championship game in 2000.
    **Green Bays Antonio Freeman makes one of the all time great miracle catches in overtime to defeat Vikings in 2000
    **2003 In yet another move of ineptness the Vikings are on the board in the first round of the 2003 draft with the 7th overall pick. The Vikings missed the deadline to make the pick. Meanwhile, the two teams immediately behind Minnesota on the board Jacksonville and Carolina rushed their cards to the podium in New York and made their picks before the Vikings.
    ** With 19 seconds remaining in the 2010 NFC Championship game the Vikings call a timeout on 3rd and 10 at the Saints 33 yard line. They had one timeout remaining, so the smart money was on them running the ball and hoping to gain four to five yards — thus setting up an approximately 45-yard field goal as time expired to win the game. On that next play the Vikings are penalized for 12 men in the huddle. The penalty pushed them out of FG range and most likely cost them a trip to the Superbowl. See below for nail in the coffin on the next play
    **2010 Favre`s 4th down 4th quarter interception with seconds remaining vs Saints in NFC championship puts New Orleans in Superbowl.
    * Between 1986 and 1990, nine Vikings were arrested for drunken driving, and receiver Buster Rhymes was treated for cocaine dependency.

    * In 1988, citing “overwhelming negative response” from the public, the Vikings released convicted sex offender Mossy Cade.

    * In 1994, Joey Browner is charged with third-degree rape in Minneapolis. Charges are later dismissed.

    * In 1995, running back Keith Henderson pleaded guilty to three counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.

    * 1995, Star Minnesota Vikings quarterback Warren Moon is arrested in Houston and charged with misdemeanor assault after he slapped his wife, choking her “nearly to the point of unconsciousness.” Moon is later acquitted after his wife refuses to testify. A few months previously, Moon had been charged with sexual assault by a Vikings cheerleader in a case that was settled out of court.

    * That year, Moon allegedly struck his wife in the head with an open hand and choked her to the point where she almost passed out, according to police in Missouri City, Texas.

    She did not press charges and, although the case went to trial anyway, Moon was found not guilty.

    * In 1995, the Star Tribune reported that the Vikings paid $150,000 to head off a sexual harassment suit against Vikings assistant coach Richard Solomon, coach Dennis Green’s closest friend on the staff.

    * In 1996, James Harris, Minnesota Vikings defensive end, pleads guilty to third-degree assault for beating his wife.

    * In 1999, safety Orlando Thomas was disciplined by the NFL after pleading no contest to the misdemeanor charge of simple battery on his wife.

    * In 2002, receiver Randy Moss knocked a traffic cop to the ground with his car, then was charged with drug possession. He later reached an out-of-court settlement with the officer.

    * In 2002, two women claimed to be sexually assaulted at the team’s Arctic Blast fundraiser.

    * In 2004, linebackers E.J. Henderson and Michael Nattiel and tight end Steve Farmer were arrested after officers said they saw the players assaulting a man outside the Tabu nightclub in Minneapolis.

    * In 2005, running back Onterrio Smith was suspended by the NFL for a year for violating the league’s substance abuse policy, two months after being caught at an airport with The Original Whizzinator, a kit designed to circumvent drug tests.

    * Also in 2005, coach Mike Tice was fined by the NFL for scalping Super Bowl tickets, and defensive tackle Kevin Williams was arrested on charges of domestic abuse.

    * Wide receiver Kelly Campbell driving a stolen SUV high with a stolen and weapon, with 16 grams of marijuana

    * Daunte Culpepper’s SUV involved in drug arrest

    * Former running back Ted Brown was indicted by a Mille Lacs County grand jury in late 2003 on first-and third-degree criminal sexual conduct charges after an incident at a team function on Lake Mille Lacs. He remains free on bail.

    Brown is charged in a February 2003 incident during the Vikings’ annual Arctic Blast event at Eddy’s Resort. Prosecutors allege that Brown forced sex on an intoxicated woman who was unable to consent.

    * Tommy Kramer DUI
    * Donald Igwebuike involved in drug trafficking
    * Robert Tate threatening to have the mother of his child beaten up by his cousin
    * Kenny Mixon not 1, not 2, but 3 DUI’s while with the team
    * Former Executive Mike Kelly getting a DUI going to bail out players at the Arctic Blast
    * Denny Green Sexual Harassment Allegations
    * EJ Henderson DUI * While every team makes draft blunders I especially like this one. In 2005 the Vikings passed on Aaron Rodgers … twice. Once, to draft wide receiver Troy Williamson at No. 7 and again at No. 18 picking defensive end Erasmus James. Neither lived up to their hype and even more noteworthy both aren’t on the roster
    * January 2011 Vikings De Everson Griffin being arrested 2 times within 3 days. He was Drunk in public and then 3 days later was tased by the police after trying to run away after being pulled over for suspicion of felony battery.
    * 2010 Vikings trade a 3rd round draft pick to Patriots for WR Randy Moss. Moss is cut 4 games later

    *Oh, yeah, that whole sex boat scandal too.
    * 2011 Vikings sign Johnny Jolly ??
    I`m sure there are things I missed but this is why

    I believe the Vikings are the most inept team Professional sports history

  31. schemefactory says: Mar 29, 2011 3:25 PM

    holycrap, this guy wrote a book about how the vikings suck. my new hero.

  32. johnnyb216 says: Mar 29, 2011 3:25 PM

    @ mountaindont,
    This never gets old. Keep it up. Everything here is the truth.

  33. itwasagoodrun says: Mar 29, 2011 3:31 PM

    Sounds like something their neighbors to the East would do…hmmmmm….Jolly Rogers and now The Undertaker… along with Havanother (Havner) beer…not so good, Chewy to boot…maybe they aren’t as clean as everyone thought…goes to show you an organization can’t always keep a handle on 50+players…too many mouth breathers that play football for a living.

  34. ilpackerbacker says: Mar 29, 2011 3:42 PM

    @ contra74 …

    “And oh yea…all other fan bases do not like you”.

    That’s nice. We don’t need to care. Let me know when your envious and jealous team and fan base get to 13 world championships. In the meantime, go back to watching NASCAR, or whatever it is you do in the sticks.

  35. packerswambulance says: Mar 29, 2011 3:43 PM

    @MountainDolt, your post was waaay too long, and not worth reading. The post was about a Packer player in trouble. You are a overly sensitive person to take this so hard, relax.
    Citing the Vikings franchise low points does not establish the “most inept team in “Professional” sports history (why the CAPS?)” , most inept would be fewest playoff performances or longest drought from playoffs, lowest winning percentage etc…
    Not saying the Packers are a bad franchise at all but I cant imagine going 27 YEARS WITHOUT MAKING THE PLAYOFFS!!! unless I was going to live to be 250 years old.

  36. cusoman says: Mar 29, 2011 3:46 PM

    For supporting a team that’s actually won championships, the pack fan base sure is insecure

  37. mrplow3 says: Mar 29, 2011 3:46 PM

    Why would you delete my zinger PFT? What do you think the point of this website is?

  38. packerswambulance says: Mar 29, 2011 3:48 PM

    @Mountaindolt, dont forget that most of your Titles, not Superbowls, came when the players wore wool jerseys, leather helmets, were much weaker and slower, played hung over and smoked ciggy’s (nobody thought they were bad for you), and there were only 6 or 8 teams.

  39. contra74 says: Mar 29, 2011 3:52 PM

    packerswambulance says:
    Mar 29, 2011 3:43 PM
    @MountainDolt, your post was waaay too long, and not worth reading. The post was about a Packer player in trouble. You are a overly sensitive person to take this so hard, relax.
    Citing the Vikings franchise low points does not establish the “most inept team in “Professional” sports history (why the CAPS?)” , most inept would be fewest playoff performances or longest drought from playoffs, lowest winning percentage etc…
    Not saying the Packers are a bad franchise at all but I cant imagine going 27 YEARS WITHOUT MAKING THE PLAYOFFS!!! unless I was going to live to be 250 years old.
    —–
    You are 100% correct. This was a post about a Packer player in trouble and this clown goes out and slams the Vikings. As usual, whenever something is rotten in Green Bay its common nature to just point at the Vikings to distract people from all negative attention. What a loser this guy is!

  40. scoops1 says: Mar 29, 2011 3:53 PM

    did LT at least have courtesy to card her???

  41. 4sacroc says: Mar 29, 2011 3:54 PM

    packerswambulance says:
    Mar 29, 2011 3:43 PM

    ==================

    Pretty lame response, Nitz.

  42. blaz0037 says: Mar 29, 2011 4:06 PM

    mountaindont:

    Honestly, I have now read that same post 14 times in the last 3 weeks, and at least 10 have been posted to stories completely unrelated to the Vikings

    Why are you so OBSESSED with the Vikings?

  43. thefiesty1 says: Mar 29, 2011 4:33 PM

    Reminds me of the Vikings party boat fiasco.

  44. ilpackerbacker says: Mar 29, 2011 4:41 PM

    “Why are you so OBSESSED with the Vikings”?

    No one here is obsessed with the Vikings. We’re obsessed with the fact that some idiot bought a Vikings # 4 jersey and put THANKS TED on the back nameplate and we get to laugh at him. Have been for a couple of years.

    We’re obsessed with the annual failure of “stick it to Ted”.

    We’re obsessed with the fact that the Ted/Mike/Aaron supporters won and the Favre ball-lickers lost.

    We’re obsessed with a lot of things. But the zero-time world champ Vikings aren’t one of them, LOL.

  45. tuckercarlsonisthevoiceofreason says: Mar 29, 2011 4:50 PM

    I pre-emptively posted that we could look forward to mountaindont’s ridiculous list of Vikings transgressions again, and the plucky intern wouldn’t let it on. What do you think now, intern? Also, my Seinfeld post about finding the hookers at the Jiffy Park was hilarious, but now no one gets to enjoy it. Hope you’re happy.

  46. tuckercarlsonisthevoiceofreason says: Mar 29, 2011 5:12 PM

    Thanks for clearing that up, ilpackerbacker. I don’t know how anyone got the idea that you’re obsessed with the Vikings.

  47. stairwayto7 says: Mar 29, 2011 5:23 PM

    Where is the 6 game suspension for rape Goodell?
    Jolly arrested for codine, Underwood rapes hookers, Chumura in hot tub with 14 year old and Rodgers being a cancer survivor hater! Stay classy Green Bay! By the way, when will you get your Super Bowl rings..oh wait!!!!!!!

  48. ticewasbetter says: Mar 29, 2011 5:41 PM

    What in the wide wide world of sports does this story have to do with the history of the Vikings. Seriously, we have our own share of blemishes that don’t need to be addressed in a Packer post.

    This reminds me of the topic that never came up during the week leading upto the NFC Championship. What if the Vikings had lived upto their potential and still struggled but made the playoffs with the Packers taking the division. That if that game had been played in Lambeau with Packers vs Vikings it would’ve been much more interesting as the rivalry between the two on the field and off the field has really grown and intesified over the last 8-12 seasons. Sure, the Bears and Packers have played forever but the rivalry as been real timid as of latte compaired to the Vikings.

    Oh, the Jolly story while a blemish on the Packers had nothing to do with my team and nor does this Underwood character so I have no negative comment as I don’t care. You’re the fans of the champions, so act like fans of the champions.

  49. blaz0037 says: Mar 29, 2011 5:42 PM

    ipackerbacker,

    mountaindont has copy/pasted that same post on DOZENS of articles for weeks now. The EXACT SAME POST. Ranting about the Vikings on articles that doesn’t even mention the Vikings.

    If that isn’t OBSESSED, I don’t know what is.

    And its clear most packer fans would rather see THE VIKES LOSE than see THE PACK WIN. Very sad honestly.

    While you love to trash Favre, you still have 4′s tattooed all over your bodies, and all your children are named Bret. Go figure.

  50. carlgerbschmidt says: Mar 29, 2011 5:51 PM

    Look at you vultures, attacking an innocent guy because his party in the Dells got a little out-of-hand. You should be ashamed of yourselves, except for vikes fans, I expect that out of you. Godspeed, Brandon, as you work your way through this difficult time.

  51. JimmySmith says: Mar 29, 2011 5:52 PM

    stairwayto7 says: By the way, when will you get your Super Bowl rings..oh wait!!!!!!!

    The answer is,

    Before the season starts and well before the Vikings even get to another Superbowl, if that is to even happen again in my lifetime, or yours for that matter.

  52. ilpackerbacker says: Mar 29, 2011 6:11 PM

    # 4 tattoo? Kid named Brett? LOL, right.

    F you Favre. Hope you go into the Hall as a Viking and have Tracy Porter induct you, LOL.

  53. carlgerbschmidt says: Mar 29, 2011 6:13 PM

    stairwayto7 says:
    Mar 29, 2011 5:23 PM
    Where is the 6 game suspension for rape Goodell?
    Jolly arrested for codine, Underwood rapes hookers, Chumura in hot tub with 14 year old and Rodgers being a cancer survivor hater! Stay classy Green Bay! By the way, when will you get your Super Bowl rings..oh wait!!!!!!!

    ———–

    You know when we’ll get our SB rings, long before your precious vikings do – cuz they never will because they’re terrible, and they’ll always be terrible.

  54. drstrangelust says: Mar 29, 2011 6:17 PM

    All I want to know is how Aaron Rodgers can violate the Dont Ask Dont Tell policy…and not get kicked out? ;)

  55. carlgerbschmidt says: Mar 29, 2011 6:35 PM

    ticewasbetter says:
    Mar 29, 2011 5:41 PM

    This reminds me of the topic that never came up during the week leading upto the NFC Championship. What if the Vikings had lived upto their potential and still struggled but made the playoffs with the Packers taking the division.

    ——

    “What if the vikings had lived up to their potential…”

    What are you talking about? 6-10 with the roof of their stadium collapsing seems about right to me…

  56. truthserum4u says: Mar 30, 2011 3:43 AM

    mountaindont –

    The only thing you’re missing from your list is all of the drunks, druggies, rapists, spouse/girlfriend beaters, assault & battery, closet dumpers, gamblers, child molesters and yes, even a serial killer that have been drafted or employed by the Green Bay Packers. You also failed to note all of the mistakes on draft day (and bot have there been many) and on the field that lead to a Packer defeat, even when they were favored, even in the playoffs, even in a Super Bowl.

    Every team has knuckleheads and degenerates. Every team has embarrassing loses. This one happens to be yours. Everyone else will wait their turn. Whup, Talib has just checked in for Tampa Bay.

    By the way, it’s true the Vikings don’t have the championships the Packers do (kudos to them)but they also haven’t experienced anything close to the 25+ years of irrelevancy that the Packers were mired in. Over 2 1/2 decades, over a quarter of a century of being totally and completely irrelevant. WOW!

  57. mountaindont says: Mar 30, 2011 3:51 AM

    @Brewdogg
    Great job dude !! Your post will liven up the place !! Now it pales in comparison to the list I made about the Vikings. It`s nice to know I got you so ticked off that you spent time doing this. Thanks for the info on Koren Robinson, I just added it. Since you helped me I will help you…. Early 80`s Packer running back Eddie Lee Ivory admits to cocaine abuse. Please add that to your list. If you need any more encouragement let me know and I`ll se if I can help.

    Added bonus for you. Look into Paul Hornung’s suspension

  58. truthserum4u says: Mar 30, 2011 4:08 AM

    ilpackerbacker says:
    Mar 29, 2011 4:41 PM

    “Why are you so OBSESSED with the Vikings”?

    We’re obsessed with a lot of things. But the zero-time world champ Vikings aren’t one of them, LOL.

    —————————————-

    Out-n-out bold-faced lie!

    I started coming to this site to read the news and rumors back when this thing was an infant. Never even bothered to look at the comments.

    A few years ago I noticed the huge number of comments listed for the Viking stories, which far outnumbered most, if not all, of the other stories listed in any particular day. I was stunned that half (or in many cases more) were Packers fans slinging crap at Vikings fans. Then I started looking at Packers stories. There were maybe 2-3 dozen comments and only a handful were Vikings or Bears fans. (Thought it was funny when GB fans would claim they came to the Vikings stories only because the Viking’s fans came over to theirs; although a close look at the comments proved otherwise)

    When the GB fan base is posting comments about the Vikings even though the story has nothing to do with them; when a fan base posts over twice as many comments (and that’s a low estimate) on another team’s thread as they do on their own team’s; well then that is indeed obsessed! It’s quite sad actually.

  59. mountaindont says: Mar 30, 2011 10:01 AM

    Obsession ? No. Making fun of the Vikings ineptness? YES !!

  60. cusoman says: Mar 30, 2011 11:24 AM

    Obsessed with making fun is still obsession, fool.

  61. brewdogg says: Mar 30, 2011 2:16 PM

    So, O great moderators, let me be sure that I understand this….

    A post is made (well, repeated, actually) that has nothing to do with the subject of the thread or the team involved, but is instead intended to irritate the rival fans of the team the thread is about, therefore leading to more inflammatory posts that have little to do with the subject at hand. This post stands (repeatedly).

    A reply post that at least references the subject of the post, and is about the team that is the subject of the thread, and points out mirroring topics to what was in the first inflammatory post, gets removed.

    Did I get that right?

  62. packerbacker12 says: Mar 30, 2011 4:04 PM

    “I love how not one Viking fan came on here to bash the Packers but when there is anti-Packer bashing the immediate instinct is to point the finger at the Vikings. Does the Packer fanbase assume that the Viking fanbase is the only one out there that does not like them? Are they such saints in the NFL kingdom that everyone adores them? Reality check guys – its not just the Viking fans that dont like the Packers. Maybe if the Packer team cleaned up their act a bit then some respect would be thrown your way. No team is holy, not one, but this definitely doesnt help. And oh yea…all other fan bases do not like you.”

    I wonder why we assume it is a Viking fan. Maybe it is because, oh I don’t know, just last year you and your fellow dimwits were commenting on every Packer story spewing out on how much better the Vikings are and that they were going to sweep the Packers again and win the division and Super Bowl. So don’t even try to act confused on why we do because it clearly isn’t that hard to see why.

    And Packer fans think everyone adores them? Look at what your comment just said. You are trying to make you and your fellow Viking ‘fans’ look so innocent and that they did nothing wrong and have everyone feel bad for them. Well dude when it comes to talking trash, Viking fans are #1 and it isn’t just Packer fans who think that. Just ask Saint fans. They hate you just as we hate you.

  63. packerbacker12 says: Mar 30, 2011 4:08 PM

    “By the way, when will you get your Super Bowl rings..oh wait!!!!!!!”

    When do the Vikings plan on getting some? Not anytime soon that’s for sure.

  64. packerbacker12 says: Mar 30, 2011 4:09 PM

    “What a loser this guy is!”

    I wouldn’t be talking. At least the Packers don’t have a player who was arrested twice in 3 days and another arrested for carrying a firearm.

  65. truthserum4u says: Mar 30, 2011 8:36 PM

    packerbacker12 says:
    Mar 30, 2011 4:09 PM
    “What a loser this guy is!”

    I wouldn’t be talking. At least the Packers don’t have a player who was arrested twice in 3 days and another arrested for carrying a firearm.

    ———————————

    This comment comes on the heals of another Johnny Jolly fiasco? Perfect!

    By the way, Cook had a permit for his gun. His neighbor said he brandished it. Reading comprehension goes a long way in life – you should try it sometime.

  66. packerbacker12 says: Mar 31, 2011 12:38 AM

    “Reading comprehension goes a long way in life – you should try it sometime.”

    Same should be said for some Viking ‘fans’.

  67. badfish6907 says: Mar 31, 2011 11:51 AM

    In a perfect world we would bash each other for what players do on the field and leave the off field bashing BS out of it. Of course this blog is far from the perfect world.

    Truth is that the NFL is no different than any other form of employment. Players are humans just like ditch diggers. Expecting 100% of them to be perfect little angels all the time is just not realistic. I’m sure everyone of us has worked with someone who has gotten into some kind of trouble with Johnny Law.

  68. dwhitehurst says: Apr 4, 2011 4:48 PM

    Hey, I’ll knock a Packer player who has been proven guilty of ANY kind of illegal or just downright jerkish behavior. For example, Mark Chmura was acquited, but still was a complete idiot for being where he was in the first place. And it doesn’t matter if its your star player: When the initial misleading report/video of Rodgers walking by that breast-cancer woman was reported, I knocked him just as much as many others did, before the full truth came out and everyone including me retracted the criticism. I’ll also knock any fellow Packer fans who condone or excuse such behavior by a Packer player—which is precisely why there was such a bitter family fued among Packer fans during the whole Favre retirement/trade debacle.

    As for the Vikings fans, while there are some upright ones who never would excuse or condone illegal/jerkish behavior by one of their players, as one who has to live in Minnesota myself, I get sick and tired of the majority who do condone/excuse it all away. Show me one Viking fan who has not excused away the clear tampering with Favre by Childress when he was still a Packer, and I’ll shake his hand. Show me more than a handful of Viking fans who didn’t do an about face from trashing Favre as a Packer to sucking his junk even more than some Packer fans ever did when he became a Viking. But to any fans of either team, you may never understand the Packer-envy of Minnesotans anymore than the Viking-scorn of Wisconsinites. I mean, a poll on KFan Radio in Minneapolis was taken in 2007 right after the Packers lost to the Giants in the NFC Championship, and the question simply was: “Would you rather see the Vikings win a Superbowl or the Packers lose a Super Bowl?” and the results were overwhelmingly (over 80%)in favor of seeing the Packers lose a Super Bowl. I kid you not. I mean, I understand why they’d want to see the Packers lose, but when over 80% of them would prefer that to seeing the Vikings win a Super Bowl, then that tells you something about the typical Vikings “fan.” Heck, I hate the Bears, but with healthy respect. The Vikings? I hate them to the point that I wish they’d move to LA and out of the North Division, and take that hideous dome and it’s yuppie, fickle, fair-weathered, blow-hard atmosphere with them.

  69. dwhitehurst says: Apr 4, 2011 4:59 PM

    That Metrodome was the demise of the Vikings fan worthy of respect. I mean, putting a largely Scandinavian (!) fan base inside a climate-controlled 70 degree Dome is like taking a purebred hunting dog pup of good stock and making him a house dog year round. Pretty soon he becomes so wussified and so unseasoned that he can’t stand to go outside for anything more than a quick wee, and that’s in the summertime no less than the winter!

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