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Metrodome Calls It Quits

Just some more drama thrown onto the 2010 season?  The football gods once again looking out for Brett Favre and his consecutive starts streak?  The biggest piece of leverage yet for the Vikings in their request for a new stadium in Minnesota?

The ramifications of the Metrodome’s inflatable roof collapsing under heavy snow loading could end up being wide-spread over the coming months.

However, in the short term there is a football game to be played and there is nowhere to play it.

The NFL is reportedly moving the game to Detroit for Monday Night at 7:20 p.m. on Monday Night.  The game will be carried locally in both the Minnesota and New York markets and will be available to those with NFL Sunday Ticket.


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3 Responses to “Metrodome Calls It Quits”

  1. Purple Charlie says:

    Adam,
    Maybe we can get all the drama out this year so we don’t have any for years to come!!!

    This just reminds me of the way the Season has been, Childress out was the highlight!

    I feel now if we win Good!!! If we don’t Well it is a spot up in the up coming draft…

    Again Glad to see ya back home…

    • Adam Warwas says:

      Thanks Charlie! Yeah, what a year! Crazy.

      It’ll be a big offseason for this team… a lot of free agents, stadium battle, CBA battle, and a very important draft.

      • SupaScout says:

        In the past 10 months the Vikings free-agency was not addressed as it should have been, key members not being resigned; Greenway and Rice to name two. This was a problem that most NFL teams failed to deal with properly. Last offseasons unrestricted FA class was unusually small due to the CBA freeze on 5th year players. This off season there should be a glut of players on the market, IF the CBA gets taken care of.

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