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purplegrey

  • joined Oct 16, 2008
  • last login Oct 04, 2013
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Became a Viking fan as a kid in 1969 and have ridden the highs and lows of my team ever since. The pic is my daughter Savannah taken when she was 3. She was practicing her "rope the calf" move that she saw Jared Allen do after a sack. She's been one of his biggest fans since. She just turned 6....They grow up so fast....

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  • MLB New York Yankees
  • NBA Los Angeles Lakers
  • NFL Minnesota Vikings
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Fran At Only #91???

  I don't usually post on here.  I get my enjoyment by reading blogs of many of you who are far more learned on my favorite team than I could ever hope to be...but I digress.... It seems that the...

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1969 Minnesota Vikings

I just finished watching "Missing Rings-The 1969 Minnesota Vikings" on the NFL Network (between blogs).  It brought back a helluva lot of good memories of when I first became a Vikings fan and the...

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Dallas Win Opens All Kinds Of Doors...

While the clock is running down on the Cowboys-Giants game, I'm thinking that this win by Dallas gives us all kinds of possibilities to maybe secure a bye week in the playoffs.  The Giants will be...

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Vikings Thanksgiving Day Games

Anybody out there have any stories on the Thanksgiving Day games the Vikings have played in over the years?  I can think of at least five since 1969.  That year the Vikings played the Lions in a...

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RIP...Karl Kassulke

I just wanted to drop this sad note that former All Pro safety Karl Kassulke died of a heart attack.  Karl played on the famous "Purple People Eaters" defense of the late 60's and early 70's.  He...

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