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Vikings take low risk in Bishop deal

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Yes, linebacker Desmond Bishop’s one-year deal with the Vikings is worth, as we previously reported, a maximum of $1.35 million.  The financial risk the Vikings have taken is far lower than that.

The package contains, per a source with knowledge of the deal, only $50,000 in guaranteed money.

The guarantee comes as part of Bishop’s $750,000 base salary.  He also is eligible for up to $500,000 in playing-time incentives, and a $100,000 bonus if he’s on the roster in any one regular-season game.

The full base salary of $750,000 will essentially become fully guaranteed if Bishop is on the Week One roster.  Which means he’ll also earn the $100,000 bonus.

So if Bishop makes the team, he gets at least $850,000.  If he doesn’t, he gets $50,000.

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  1. omgvikingsrule says: Jun 28, 2013 11:59 PM

    I used to think this guy was terrible.

    But now that he’s coming off a horrible, career threatening injury, and not on the Packers, I think he’s sure fire hall of game, maybe GOAT.

  2. golforepar says: Jun 29, 2013 12:07 AM

    The only real guarantee here is the Vikes will again NOT be winning a SB!

  3. davikes says: Jun 29, 2013 12:25 AM

    He wouldn’t have taken that deal if he didn’t feel really confident in his health, and in being ready to play by the season opener. Or, the Vikes aren’t really confident in his health and want to minimize the risk. I’m really hoping for the former. (I’m starting to write like Florio.)

  4. bighyzer says: Jun 29, 2013 12:41 AM

    Great low risk move by the Vikes. If he has just a mediocre season he’s a bargain. If not, he’s a 50K camp body.

  5. rhodesclosed29 says: Jun 29, 2013 12:42 AM

    So much for the idea of “OVER PAYING” eh packer trolls?

    Bishop will make a impact. the vikes are looking pretty good on defense. ALOT better then the Viking faithful are used to in recent years.

  6. minnesotablizzard says: Jun 29, 2013 12:46 AM

    Best case scenario: Bishsop and Erin Henderson push each other hard in training camp and both end up with starting spots next to Greenway in one way or another.

  7. zn0rseman says: Jun 29, 2013 12:48 AM

    Audieeee Cole!!!!

  8. vikingsareandalwayswillbebetterthanyourteam says: Jun 29, 2013 12:56 AM

    Okay, so he’s just a bit player…

  9. boobschannel says: Jun 29, 2013 1:02 AM

    smart.

  10. deeppurple15 says: Jun 29, 2013 1:17 AM

    DAMN SPEILMAN DID IT AGAIN!!! SKOL VIKES!!

  11. shaggytoodle says: Jun 29, 2013 1:21 AM

    Are they finally learning?

    High risk on Favre as a guy coming off no OTA, big contract, he almost paid off as big as he could. So it was worth it.

    Paying Jennings a lot I don’t know, but I don’t believe he gets them over the hump.

    Over drafting Ponder, and Patterson though I believe are High Risk.

    It adds up for teams, just look at the Cowboys and Jets.

    They get to the Playoffs, but then a few seasons later they were around .500 and everyone feels like point fingers.

  12. dino2997 says: Jun 29, 2013 1:38 AM

    There’s a reason the Vikings and Lions are always looking to sign or have already signed Ex-Packers and Bears players but what they haven’t quite figured out is there is a reason they were released.

  13. sampulls says: Jun 29, 2013 1:45 AM

    Low risk usually equals low reward…..in this case, it could be an exception (i.e.. they might get lucky).

  14. beerndrums says: Jun 29, 2013 2:42 AM

    Everything about Minnesota sucks

  15. tokyosanbblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 3:03 AM

    $50k is all the guaranteed money he got? I’ve spent that much on Packer jerseys, cheeseheads, snowmobile boots and Harlequin romances.

  16. GenXJay says: Jun 29, 2013 3:37 AM

    One can only assume that Bishop has more personal vindication than business ethics & is seething with hate towards tt & gang.

  17. bballnut50 says: Jun 29, 2013 4:18 AM

    Skol!!

  18. teal379 says: Jun 29, 2013 7:07 AM

    Yep – that’s the type of deal a person gets when they’re 100% healthy and good enough to put a team over the top.

    Kind of explains why the Packers released him – no? I mean one assumes a person takes the BEST deal offered and if the best deal offered shades to the team to such a degree – the goods aren’t great.

    I hope he plays well, good on the Vikings for improving their team but let’s not get fandom get in the way of what this is telling us.

    Desmond Bishop isn’t 100% and the only person that’s ever claimed as much IS Desmond Bishop.

  19. greenmeattruck says: Jun 29, 2013 7:09 AM

    They gave the man a physical before signing him. That’s all anyone needs to know when asking why he didn’t get paid more.

    Ted Thompson would not let a player go if the Docs told him this guy could make a full recovery and return to his former greatness.

  20. sterling7 says: Jun 29, 2013 7:18 AM

    Unfortunately I bet New England wished they had thought of a deal similar to this for Hernandez-it’s a sad happening all the way around…………………

  21. purplehaze28 says: Jun 29, 2013 7:22 AM

    Well done Spielman! …Well done. That’s a great deal for the Dom Capers playbook!!!

  22. truehoosier62 says: Jun 29, 2013 8:13 AM

    Smart move on the part of the Vikes. Huge dividends if it succeeds; virtually no cost if it doesn’t.
    Well played.

  23. scottieplongballs says: Jun 29, 2013 8:20 AM

    Oh he’ll make the team. And make Thompson and the Packers look like fools in the process.

  24. pakrbakr76 says: Jun 29, 2013 8:41 AM

    There you have it…the proof is definitely in this pudding. The Vikings were obviously as concerned about the injury as Ted was, given the low-ball structuring of this deal.

    That said, best of luck Bish…

  25. packerbackernj says: Jun 29, 2013 9:29 AM

    I’m definitely glad we cut him after seeing this. He’s definitely not 100% like he said he was. Great contract for the Vikes though, barely any risk vs potential reward. You only get so far shopping for dented cans though.

  26. imjinrat says: Jun 29, 2013 9:36 AM

    If he were playing out of the North I’d wish him luck. But now I hope he and Jennings collide in practice and take each other out for the year. Sorry, “it’s nothing personal Sonny, it’s just business.”

  27. gb4mn0 says: Jun 29, 2013 9:46 AM

    Rick Spielman is a Hermaphrodite, lavenderhaze and scottiesuxballs all need to be ready for the barrage of “We told you so’s” when Bishop is cut from the squad before the start of the season. Watching you empty headed dolts getting so giddy over a risking signing of a cut Packer is great entertainment. So please, keep living in great desperation in your make believe world. It’s so sweet to watch.

  28. vikefan says: Jun 29, 2013 9:50 AM

    50k is all the guaranteed money he got? I’ve spent that much on Packer jerseys, cheeseheads, snowmobile boots and Harlequin romances
    ——————————————————–
    THAT explains soooooooooooooo much!

  29. vikefan says: Jun 29, 2013 9:52 AM

    They gave the man a physical before signing him. That’s all anyone needs to know when asking why he didn’t get paid more.

    Ted Thompson would not let a player go if the Docs told him this guy could make a full recovery and return to his former greatness.

    ———————————————————yeah, like the way 7 teams passed on Adrian Peterson because of his bad shoulder injury, right?

  30. Rick Spielman is a Magician says: Jun 29, 2013 10:02 AM

    I’ve said all along that this is a low risk, high reward move by the Vikings and the best they can hope for is that Bishop becomes a starting linebacker in their base defense. Meanwhile, Packer trolls have been saying he’ll never recover from his injury and the Packers wouldn’t have cut him if he could play. The Packers cut him because he was making too much money and they weren’t willing to take the risk that he wouldn’t recover. If anyone thinks for a second that the Packers wouldn’t have kept him if he had the same deal with them as he signed with the Vikings, they’re delusional.

  31. vikinganswer says: Jun 29, 2013 10:03 AM

    tokyosanbblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 3:03 AM

    $50k is all the guaranteed money he got? I’ve spent that much on Packer jerseys, cheeseheads, snowmobile boots and Harlequin romances.

    YOU FORGOT TO ADD “LOT RENT”.

  32. tokyosandblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 10:04 AM

    Were any of those 7 teams Green Bay?

  33. gb4mn0 says: Jun 29, 2013 10:17 AM

    Rick Spielman is a Magician says:
    Jun 29, 2013 10:02 AM

    the Vikings, they’re delusional.

    —————————————–

    Yes they are, as well as all the lavender larry fans.

  34. whatjusthapped says: Jun 29, 2013 10:27 AM

    Now the Viking fans are not the sharpest tools in the shed, tools, yes, sharpest, no.

    Let me spell this out in such simple terms that even a Viking fan can understand. The Packers have doctors that must have seen something they didn’t like because teams just don’t release starters, much less leading tacklers, unless there is a medical reason to do so. Bishop still wants to play, that’s his choice so he runs around and visits three teams, all which could use his services if he were truly healthy. At the conclusion of his mini-tour, Bishop signs for a mere $50K and with the Vikings no less, giving up any hope of another Superbowl ring.

    Now, what did the doctors of the other two teams see that would cause them not to make an offer? We will never know but the one thing we do know, the Vikings will sign Free agents whether they can play a little (Fred Smoot) or are completely worthless (Berriman)

  35. krohn82 says: Jun 29, 2013 11:01 AM

    The only thing I don’t understand is if the packers training staff is so good why do the packers lead the league in injuries almost on a yearly bassis. Most of those injuries are simple stretching related issues. Ie hamstrings and injuries like that. Thompson was dumping money to make room to overpay raji.

  36. tokyosandblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 11:23 AM

    The only thing I don’t understand is if the Vikings training staff is so good, what happened to Korey Stringer

  37. pillowporkers says: Jun 29, 2013 11:53 AM

    1st off only 6 teams passed up Adrian (2 picking all pro talents as well in joe thomas and calvin johnson). The team that should really be kicking themselves is the cardinals who took a RT a best (who we now know is not that good) in Levi Brown. Cards fans gotta be just pissed about that one.

    Secondly, the packers didn’t cut him solely because of injury like people on this thread would like you to believe, they cut him because he was owed over 4mil, and they could get a large chunk of that back by cutting him, which they need because all their money is getting soaked up by Rodgers and overrated and streaky Matthews who can’t defend the run. The pack felt that Brad Jones played well in Bishop’s spot last year, and is younger. The injury was simply the cherry on top.

    As for the Vikes, we signed him to market value. No one was offering more, so why would we? It had nothing to do with the fact that we thought he wouldn’t recover from the injury, otherwise we wouldn’t have signed him in the first place.

  38. dinodimes says: Jun 29, 2013 11:57 AM

    aaron hernandex is a killer tight end tee heee hee

  39. tokyosanbblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 12:21 PM

    That’s right, I brought up Korey Stringer as a sarcastic get-back. What? You thought I’d be above that?

    Oopsie!

  40. buckybadger says: Jun 29, 2013 12:22 PM

    Yes it is a low risk deal but that wouldn’t be the point if your a Viking fan. You won’t overcome a team by taking their castoffs. This takes a spot away for a young player to tryout. Yea its only one spot but I would rather tryout a healthy young player who could be a diamond in the rough over a guy returning from a pretty bad injury. Keep up Vikings and you can keep battling the Bears and Lions for 2nd place. A lot of Packer fans are angry when Thompson lets a player go but he always seems to find a replacement that no one heard of before that he got from the draft or rookie FA. People where angry when Al Harris was let walk but than comes Tramon Williams. This happens all the time in Green Bay and it is how they stay competitive year after year while other teams are making the playoffs every 4th year if their lucky.

  41. atthemurph says: Jun 29, 2013 12:24 PM

    The vikings are desperate for LB talent. Makes sense to give Bishop a shot because when he was healthy he was a good LB.

    Problem is he isn’t healthy and the injury he suffered is one that few people ever come back from and perform at a high level.

    Bishop’s speed was already marginal and I have to think that completely tearing his hamstring off the bone and reattaching it isn’t going to increase the speed of a soon to be 29yr old.

    MN had to take the small risk. No one else seems to have been even willing to do that with this guy. I think it has to be the injury.

  42. tokyosanbblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 12:25 PM

    Who are some other people whose deaths I can use to try to show the Packers are better than the Vikings…. Hmmm. Anybody? Help me out here!

  43. tokyosandblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 12:48 PM

    Wrong again. You shouldn’t brag about how good your doctors are.

    That’s all.

    His death was a tragedy. As are you.

  44. tokyosanbblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 1:12 PM

    Yeah! A tragedy, and to be treated with all requisite deference. Except when someone brags about a team’s doctors – it’s all fair game then people! Go Pack Go!

  45. chi01town says: Jun 29, 2013 1:14 PM

    Bishop left cheesebay because they could NOT PAY HIM. the Packers dont have any MONEY. Rodgers took every dime on the table. and Bishop wont be the last decent player to leave this season

  46. tokyosandblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 1:32 PM

    Lol

    Ok, jr.

    “We can brag about whatever we want and make fun of whatever we want, but no one else can” – Vikings fans

  47. buckybadger says: Jun 29, 2013 1:39 PM

    chi01town says:
    Jun 29, 2013 1:14 PM
    Bishop left cheesebay because they could NOT PAY HIM. the Packers dont have any MONEY. Rodgers took every dime on the table. and Bishop wont be the last decent player to leave this season

    ———————————-

    Actually the Packers have plenty of money left under the cap and the future in that respect looks very good as well. They didn’t pay him because you don’t pay broken down players $4million dollars. Just because you have the money doesn’t mean you throw it all away. If you actually did some research you would find that Rodgers deal was actually pretty team friendly and the Packers will have money to sign future players. Thomspon is no dummy, he didn’t build the best team in the NFC North by not taking care of the cap. I know following the Bears that is hard to understand but the Packers are in a great place with the Salary Cap having the best QB signed and a great pass rusher too.

  48. foosball11 says: Jun 29, 2013 1:50 PM

    chi01town says:
    Jun 29, 2013 1:14 PM
    Bishop left cheesebay because they could NOT PAY HIM. the Packers dont have any MONEY. Rodgers took every dime on the table. and Bishop wont be the last decent player to leave this season
    ———————————
    GB has 16 million or so in cap space. I understand that being a Bear fan you dont trouble yourself with facts…

  49. omgvikingsrule says: Jun 29, 2013 1:53 PM

    Oh man, I remember when Brett Favre’s dad died, and one of our fellow amazing fans said to a packer fan with the screen name “death dealer” “hey man, did you deal death to Brett’s dad? If so, good job.”

    But Tokyo, you’re right. We can say anything we want, and you can’t. Kiss the division rings!

  50. whatjusthapped says: Jun 29, 2013 1:54 PM

    chi01town says:

    Bishop left cheesebay because they could NOT PAY HIM. the Packers dont have any MONEY. Rodgers took every dime on the table. and Bishop wont be the last decent player to leave this season
    =======================

    Here we have a Bear fan that is even dumber than the Viking fans, didn’t know that was possible.

    The Packers have a lot more cap room than the Vikings and have plenty to sign Bishop at a lower price or even absorb him at his original contract. I can’t read Ted Thompson’s mind but his actions are clear, he probably wouldn’t return to his former level and he wasn’t worth the money. Now go back to your basement and think about what a waste this next season is going to be while everyone pretends that Cutler is a real franchise QB

  51. jomochiefsfan84 says: Jun 29, 2013 2:05 PM

    Reading these comments is pure entertainment watching pack & vikes fans argue over a player is surely to be mediocre playing in a defense package he has never played in before. Doubt this guy is going to be the same as he was before & don’t really think there was all that many teams interested in him as the media had made out.

  52. silentfreedom5 says: Jun 29, 2013 2:38 PM

    I think GB fans are forgetting that they signed 2 guys to starters money at MLB this offseason. They have a lot of guys who will be earning raises, and didnt want to pay a third MLB starting money. They paid the other two guys before they learned how healthy Bishop was, so he was the odd man out

  53. tokyosanbblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 2:41 PM

    Yeah! Not only did SOMEONE BRAG about a training staff (perfectly rational justification #1), but OTHER PEOPLE DO IT (perfectly rational justification #2). Understand now, jr.? These are the circumstances that legitimize invoking a young man’s death in some internet one-upsmanship about my team is better than yours.

    Checkmate.

  54. tokyosanbblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 2:44 PM

    The only thing I don’t understand is if the Vikings training staff is so good, what happened to Korey Stringer

    Oopsie!

  55. tokyosandblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 2:46 PM

    Jomochiefs, we don’t argue. All conversations are as follows:

    Vikes fan: something stupid and unfounded! Pack fan: you’re stupid and here are the facts to back it up! Vikes fan impersonating pack fan: facts are dumb.

  56. buckybadger says: Jun 29, 2013 2:57 PM

    silentfreedom5 says:
    Jun 29, 2013 2:38 PM
    I think GB fans are forgetting that they signed 2 guys to starters money at MLB this offseason. They have a lot of guys who will be earning raises, and didnt want to pay a third MLB starting money. They paid the other two guys before they learned how healthy Bishop was, so he was the odd man out

    ———————

    It wasn’t odd man out, it was the Packers aren’t going to pay a guy who tore his hamstring off the bone starters money when he isn’t even healthy now. The Packers have plenty of money to spend if and when they need to. 16million in cap space and that is after Rodgers and Matthews deal. The fact that no one gave Bishop a big money deal shows that Ted Thompson was right about this move.

  57. packhawk04 says: Jun 29, 2013 3:09 PM

    Great move by the pack releasing him. Great contract for the vikes. That was the best contract bishop could get out the four teams interested, which should tell everyone what they need to know.

  58. silentfreedom5 says: Jun 29, 2013 3:34 PM

    “It wasn’t odd man out, it was the Packers aren’t going to pay a guy who tore his hamstring off the bone starters money when he isn’t even healthy now. The Packers have plenty of money to spend if and when they need to. 16million in cap space and that is after Rodgers and Matthews deal. The fact that no one gave Bishop a big money deal shows that Ted Thompson was right about this move.”

    —————————————————-
    The Packers have 19 guys set to hit FA next season, most of whom will be earning raises i.e. BJ Raji.

    He is healthy now, have you seen him play since his injury? He already said that he will be 100% by training camp. Teams who worked him out gave him great feedback on his health. This is the guy who lead the Packers D in tackles, and was 8th in the NFL the year he tore his hamstring, and that was playing in just 13 games. Your ust hoping he isnt healthy so the Vikes dont get a steal here. The reason he didnt get the big pay day is because no veteran is getting big pay days in the NFL these days.

  59. tokyosanbblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 3:37 PM

    Yeah! All I do is lay out the facts, jr.! Just FACTS. All conversations. FACTS! Go ahead, look at any of my comments – nothing but facts. No, my comments through omgvikingsrule don’t count. FACTS!! WHY DON’T YOU PEOPLE UNDERSTAND HOW SMART I AM??

  60. tokyosanbblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 3:37 PM

    The only thing I don’t understand is if the Vikings training staff is so good, what happened to Korey Stringer

  61. barroomhero80 says: Jun 29, 2013 3:40 PM

    His ass must be a alot less sore after getting out of Wisconsin

  62. chi01town says: Jun 29, 2013 4:58 PM

    Greenbay WAS 16 million under the cap. before they gave Rodgers every dime the had. just hope cheesebay end up better than 500. this year. the 49ers cant wait

  63. buckybadger says: Jun 29, 2013 5:51 PM

    chi01town says:
    Jun 29, 2013 4:58 PM
    Greenbay WAS 16 million under the cap. before they gave Rodgers every dime the had. just hope cheesebay end up better than 500. this year. the 49ers cant wait

    —————

    Nope try again. They sit 16 million under the contract as of right now. You can look up for yourself. Funny you talk about another team and not your own about not waiting.

  64. tokyosandblaster says: Jun 29, 2013 7:12 PM

    Sorry Rick, I only have the one screen name.

    Or should I call you contra? Or paint thinner pack fan?

    My head is spinning.

  65. GenXJay says: Jun 29, 2013 9:43 PM

    When ain’t your head spinning.

  66. chi01town says: Jun 29, 2013 10:17 PM

    If cheesebay has 16 million under the cap then why didnt they fix that
    O-line? and everybody knows they dont have a defense to speak of NOT to mention a RB. ooh they gone pin they hopes on a rookie behind that weak O-line. the 49ers will expose cheesebay in game #1 and with the schedule this season the packers are done

  67. jhein23 says: Jun 30, 2013 2:31 PM

    Packers are indeed $16 million below the cap going into training camp and don’t be surprised if guys like John Kuhn and Jarrett Bush don’t make the team so it will be $18 or $19 million before opening day. That money will most likely be used to lock up players like Bulaga, Morgan Burnett, possibly Mike Neal and BJ Rajii. Packers smartly waiting to see how they perform this upcoming season. Well run organization but brutal schedule this season. But with compensatory picks for Greg Jennings and Erick Walden and a very young roster with 1 of the games best QBs they are set up very well for the next few season whether chi01town likes it or not.

  68. tokyosandblaster says: Jun 30, 2013 3:29 PM

    I don’t know what people are talking about with the brutal schedule.

    We play the Vikes, Lions, and Bears twice each.

    6 wins right there.

    Then the Browns, Cowboys, Bengals, Eagles, Steelers are 5 more wins.

    11-5 minimum, 14-2 best case scenario.

  69. 7ransponder says: Jun 30, 2013 4:54 PM

    Bringing up Korey Stringer (which happened twelve years ago) to try and justify the failure of TODAY’S training staff…. yeah hey, why don’t you start talking about how good you think Denny Green and his Daunte Culpepper and Randy Moss-led offense is going to perform this year as well. Typical Pack fan, always looking back.

    Nevermind that Sugarman is winning awards from his peers in his work for rehabbing Peterson. But hey, FACTS, right guys?

  70. tokyosandblaster says: Jun 30, 2013 9:23 PM

    Ah. The old “packer fans look to the past” routine.

    When did this guy win awards? Is he consistently winning awards, like we are breathing? Is it happening right now?

    Oh, so that was in the past. I guess we should forget about it.

  71. tokyosanbblaster says: Jul 1, 2013 11:44 PM

    Leave me alone. I’m an intellectual cripple. And my gotcha’s are pretty lame.

  72. omgvikingsrule says: Jul 2, 2013 2:37 PM

    Yeah, real Tokyo!

    Bblaster and I play tummysticks!

  73. stellarperformance says: Jul 2, 2013 3:14 PM

    tokyosanbblaster says:
    Jul 1, 2013 11:44 PM
    Leave me alone. I’m an intellectual cripple. And my gotcha’s are pretty lame.
    ///////////////////////////////////////

    I’ll tell you what’s lame….pretending to be someone else on a site that provides for total anonymity.

    Can’t fight your own battles? Too tough being yourself?

    Talk about pathetic. You take the cake.

  74. 7ransponder says: Jul 3, 2013 1:55 PM

    Man, no new Vikings stories in 5 days! I can’t imagine our closet Vikes fans are holding up well at this point.

  75. stellarperformance says: Jul 3, 2013 10:00 PM

    7ransponder says:
    Jul 3, 2013 1:55 PM
    Man, no new Vikings stories in 5 days! I can’t imagine our closet Vikes fans are holding up well at this point.
    ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

    As the season gets closer, and by having a pretty good idea of the consistency that can be expected of the team they support, it’s easier for Packer fans to speak their piece and hold their own. The all too common insults from Viking fans (that are not football related and which target people arrogantly and mistakenly described as something different than themselves,) is the only desperate ammunition they can attempt to affect us with…with full knowledge we have more to appreciate about our team in our memories, than they will ever have in their dreams. It kind of has a tendency to keep them silent once in awhile. Go Pack!

  76. lnfinite says: Jul 4, 2013 3:12 PM

    stellarperformance says: Jul 3, 2013 10:00 PM

    7ransponder says:
    Jul 3, 2013 1:55 PM
    Man, no new Vikings stories in 5 days! I can’t imagine our closet Vikes fans are holding up well at this point.
    ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

    As the season gets closer, and by having a pretty good idea of the consistency that can be expected of the team they support, it’s easier for Packer fans to speak their piece and hold their own. The all too common insults from Viking fans (that are not football related and which target people arrogantly and mistakenly described as something different than themselves,) is the only desperate ammunition they can attempt to affect us with…with full knowledge we have more to appreciate about our team in our memories, than they will ever have in their dreams. It kind of has a tendency to keep them silent once in awhile. Go Pack!
    ————————————————

    The all too common insults from Viking fans????????????????

    Here is just a small clue kiddo. This is a Viking story and if anyone is the unwelcome guest who is throwing out insults, it is you. If anything that has become all too common, it is insecure Packer fans feeling the need to spew the same old garbage on Viking stories.

  77. nickynick04 says: Jul 9, 2013 12:48 PM

    The Vikings have never won a Super Bowl , is this correct ?

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