Links Of The Weekend: Stadium Euphoria
Well, we all know what topic has dominated Vikings news this week, and we’ll get back to assessing the ongoing roster transformation soon, but in the meantime let’s highlight some of best articles available right now. Most are stadium related, but I tried to find a good mix.
- It is nice to know that 2009 was just our latest legit chance at a Super Bowl, and not our last.
- The Greg Childs selection has all the ingredients of a bona fide “steal.”
- If you get the chance, give Cory at Save The Vikes a huge internet hug for all of his hard work over the last how-ever-many years.
- A look at why picking Brian Robison over Ray Edwards last offseason was a smart move.
- How fun will it be to see Vikings games played at TCF Bank Stadium? Lots.
- A nice tribute to kicker Ryan Longwell at the end of his Vikings tenure.
- The Wilf’s have made comments that suggest a retractable roof could still be in play for the new stadium.
- Did the Vikings Draft strategies highlight free agency failures?
- Some basic information on some of the Vikings undrafted free agents.
- Some detailed notes on the Vikings rookie minicamp: First, Second, and Third.
- Zygi Wilf is currently being painted as incredibly generous, but should he be?
- Adrian Peterson is fighting “the devil” as he rehabs his knee.
- Mark Wilf thinks the new stadium will help the team land free agents in the future.
- Right now, it is unclear just how long the Vikings will play at TCF Bank Stadium.
- One long-time writer thinks Zygi Wilf was the key to the Vikings staying put.
- One undersized Vikings linebacker seems to be making an impression by packing a punch.
- Christian Ponder weighs in on baseball and the new stadium.
- Many thought the Vikings were crazy for picking up a point guard this offseason. The point guard wasn’t of those people, though.
- Minneapolis could end up hosting a Super Bowl for the first time since 1992.
- Bill Romanowski recently called Cris Carter a liar over his bounty comments.
- “The NFL is a business.” Get used to that phrase with Rick Spielman in charge.
- And now, here it is, your moment of Zen: