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If you are going to get to a game this season, this is the best weekend to do it. Get away from crying kids, wives that want you to trim the tree and go Christmas shopping, and get to the dome to see the Vikings take on the Giants. Cheap.

Our ticket service has great seats available right now for the lowest prices of the year, some as cheap at $15 per ticket. There’s the usual inventory of good seats at great prices as well all over the dome, so check it out by clicking HERE.

The Vikings have a shot to get to a game below .500, and make sure you are there to see it by being there live!


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  1. wtfvikesfan says:

    Frazier is one Of Bronco’s top prospects for head coach…………

    The Broncos’ next head coach
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    Candidates for the Broncos job
    Darrell Bevell — Vikings offensive coordinator could be nice consolation prize if Frazier’s unavailable
    Brian Billick — Former Super Bowl-winning head coach is the type of offensive-minded coach Bowlen prefers
    Troy Calhoun — Air Force coach well-respected in the NFL, known as a high-character coach; however, he released a statement saying he’s not interested
    Bill Cowher — The Denver opening could be the one that finally lures him back to the sideline
    Jim Fassel — Former Broncos assistant has NFL head coaching experience, desire to get back in the game
    John Fox — He should be free of Carolina soon
    Leslie Frazier — Vikings’ interim coach finished second to McDaniels two years ago
    Jason Garrett — In the unlikely event Jerry Jones lets him go, Broncos will come calling
    Jon Gruden — Current Monday Night Football analyst is in the mix
    Jim Harbaugh — No college coach’s stock is higher right now
    Gary Kubiak — On the hot seat in Houston, and Denver could be very interested if the Texans let him go
    Mike Leach — Because his name seems to come up with every opening …
    Ron Rivera — San Diego defensive coordinator could be ready to make the jump to a head coaching gig
    Eric Studesville — Interim coach has the chance to make an impression over final four games
    UPDATE: Following the resignation of coach Urban Meyer at the University of Florida, Twitter speculation has run rampant about the possibility of Meyer going to Denver to coach his former star pupil Tim Tebow. The connection and timing are worth mentioning, because dot-connecting is what we do around here, after all, but ESPN’s Chris Mortensen snuffs out the idea, writing: “There are no dots to be connected on Broncos and Urban Meyer.”

    The Denver Post reports that Air Force coach Troy Calhoun has removed his name from consideration for the Denver Broncos’ head coaching job. It’s usually important to take such declarations by coaches with a grain of salt, but Calhoun seems to be the exception to the rule in a lot of ways, and the statement he released did sound pretty definitive. Air Force also decided to extend his contract through 2015 amidst the rumors of Calhoun being Denver-bound.

    Mike Klis of the Denver Post offered up two more ideas on candidates Wednesday. Jim Fassel, former Broncos assistant and NFL head coach could be interested, while the man taking over the job on an interim basis, Eric Studesville, shouldn’t be ruled out yet either, writes Klis.

    There are two early leaders in the clubhouse for the Broncos’ opening: Air Force coach Troy Calhoun and Minnesota Vikings interim head coach Leslie Frazier. Landing either one of them could be tricky, however. Frazier could very well stick with the Vikings as a full-time head coach following the season, and Calhoun has shown an unwillingness to leave Air Force for higher-profile college jobs in the past (this year’s opening at Colorado is one example). He also may not look forward to the challenge of going from managing service academy football players to having to handle some of the egos he’d encounter in the NFL.

    As we wrote Monday, Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak is looking like he’s on the hot seat, and he’s a potential candidate if he’s let go. Former Steelers coach Bill Cowher is another option being discussed, and big names like Carolina Panthers coach John Fox and Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh could also be in the mix.

    ESPN’s John Clayton writes that president and CEO Pat Bowlen may try to avoid paying a huge salary to his next coach, as he’ll already be paying both McDaniels and Mike Shanahan not to coach for him in 2011. Clayton writes that some options could include former Baltimore Ravens coach Brian Billick, Vikings offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, San Diego Chargers defensive coordinator Ron Rivera, former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach and Dallas Cowboys interim coach Jason Garrett (although chances are he’ll be brought on by Jerry Jones full-time).

    Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com writes that the fact that Jon Gruden and McDaniels share an agent (Bob LaMonte) could potentially make Chucky’s landing in Denver less likely, but that it doesn’t rule him out as a candidate altogether.

    ESPN’s Adam Schefter checks in with his take on the upcoming coaching search, which should include Calhoun and Frazier (see below).

    – Jeff Dooley

    Adam Schefter
    Keep an eye on Calhoun
    “Two candidates to watch in Denver: Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier, whose contract is up the first week in January, and Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun. There will be an exhaustive search, but those are two names to monitor, especially Calhoun. He spent three years as a Broncos assistant coach, a season as the Texans’ offensive coordinator and is considered one of the bright minds in college football. Plus, his asking price probably wouldn’t break the bank, which helps considering that Josh McDaniels and Mike Shanahan each are on the Broncos’ payroll for 2011.”

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