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The Vikings are reeling, losers of their first two games of the season they need to get back on track when they are at home for the division rival Lions.

It’s going to be a game you can’t afford to miss, and here at Vikings Gab we have a great service to find great seats and affordable seats as well!

Get on board now, as you want to be there as Brett Favre and co. try to get into the win column for the first time this season. The Lions are 0-2, but are hungry after two close losses to the Bears and Eagles.

So be there Sunday at the Dome for hopefully win #1 for the Vikings!


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3 Responses to “Check out great ticket prices this weekend for Lions-Vikings”

  1. wtfvikesfan says:

    Kevin Kolb | Eagles
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    Kolb’s possible destinations
    Arizona — The Derek Anderson era might not last too long.
    Buffalo — When Ryan Fitzpatrick is your starting quarterback …
    Cleveland — Current Browns and former Eagles GM Tom Heckert drafted Kolb.
    Minnesota — Brett Favre’s gonna have to retire some day.
    Oakland — It only took two weeks for Jason Campbell to lose his starting job.
    UPDATE: Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes that while Kevin Kolb will not demand a trade, he did express his desire to be traded earlier this offseason when he was still stuck behind Donovan McNabb on the depth chart. His strong preference is to be a starting quarterback in the league, so there’s certainly a chance he could ask to be traded as this situation progresses.

    All of Kolb’s potential destinations (see below) remain speculative at this point, although McLane does report that the Browns did not call about acquiring Kolb on Tuesday night, something that had previously been reported.

    ESPN NFC East blogger Matt Mosley adds another team to the speculative mix: the Minnesota Vikings. “I know the Vikings will stick with Brett Favre for now, but head coach Brad Childress remains close to Andy Reid and has a lot of respect for Kolb,” Mosley writes.

    ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio reported on SportsCenter Wednesday that he believes the Philadelphia Eagles might listen to trade offers for teams looking to deal for the Eagles’ newly minted backup quarterback Kolb.

    Paolantonio mentioned the Cleveland Browns as one logical trading partner, and the Browns were rumored as a possible destination for Kolb during the offseason when trade chatter was surrounding the QB.

    Other teams that are already dealing with QB issues two weeks into the season include the Arizona Cardinals, the Buffalo Bills and the Oakland Raiders.

    There’s been no confirmation that any trade talks are ongoing, but if Philly is truly committed to Michael Vick as their starting quarterback for 2010, then that would seemingly make Kolb expendable if the right offer came along. Of course, starting a running quarterback like Vick, who is apt to taking big hits and therefore is at greater risk of injury, is a little risky with rookie Mike Kafka as the team’s only other QB.

  2. wtfvikesfan says:

    The Philadelphia Eagles have received numerous calls regarding the availability of quarterback Kevin Kolb, according to ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio.

    “We have had calls,” a team official told Paolantonio on Wednesday.

    Head coach Andy Reid wouldn’t rule out that possibility while meeting with reporters Wednesday, although he said he hoped to keep Kolb in the fold. Since the report didn’t include any teams who might be interested in Kolb, I’ve been snooping around this afternoon.

    Here are the teams that could have some interest in Kolb based on their current quarterback situations: Buffalo, Cleveland, Oakland, Carolina, Minnesota and Arizona. I know the Vikings will stick with Brett Favre for now, but head coach Brad Childress remains close to Andy Reid and has a lot of respect for Kolb

  3. c.carterhof says:

    “Fight on, my men,” Sir Andrew Said

    ”A little I’m hurt but not yet slain.

    ”I’ll just lie down and bleed a while,

    ”And then I’ll rise and Fight again.”

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