Seeing electrifying DeSean Jackson's game-ending heroics up close left a former Apple Valley Eagle awestruck.
Longtime equipment manager Dennis Ryan has had his work cut out for him.
Bills receiver Stevie Johnson got himself in a bit of Twitter trouble by asking God why he let him drop a pass.
The interim coach has a strong belief system, which includes insisting the Vikings will one day win it all.
Randy Moss might not have been the type of person Brad Childress felt belonged in the locker room, but for what the coach not to know what he was getting is mind-boggling.
OK, some of those preseason predictions don't seem that likely. But how about some midseason awards?
Randy Moss used the platform to laud his conqueror, and, in case you missed it, Ol' Brett sure has guts.
Frazier is intriguing because of his life story, his résumé, his personality and his familiarity with the organization. He's easy to root for because of his demeanor and humility. Let's hope Zygi hired Frazier for those reasons.
The Seahawks should be in the playoffs, but don't reward them with a home game.
MARK'S POWER RANKINGS Final, regular season 1. Patriots 14-2 2. Ravens 12-4 3. Falcons 13-3 4. Steelers 12-4 5. Colts 10-6 6. Saints 11-5 7.…
Clean it up, big fella On a positive note, the Packers committed only four penalties for 30 yards in a 10-3 playoff-clinching victory over the…
The Bears weren't in a giving mood, but it didn't matter because the Packers aren't used to doing things the easy way this season.
Until that connection can be made, nothing else will matter for the Vikings. That's just the way it works in the NFL.
Love him or hate him, one of the greatest and most exasperating quarterbacks to ever play is stepping away from the spotlight.
Now that the Vikings see that Brett Favre has become a shell of his magic 2009 self, it's wise to let him walk away -- with thanks, but please, no encore.
If Leslie Frazier can rally a team to its best performance of the season when a rookie drafted in the sixth round out of Alabama-Birmingham is making his first start at quarterback, Vikings ownership would be foolish to look elsewhere for a head coach.
Once again, every decision Bill Belichick makes seems to end up as the right one.
The fired coach appears to be getting the last laugh on the Vikings' lost season.
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With a key NFC game at Green Bay (8-6), the Giants (9-5) don't have time to mope about how they blew a 21-point fourth quarter lead in last week's loss to the Eagles. That could be easier said than done. Asked what he did after the game Sunday night, Giants coach Tom Coughlin said, "I sat in a room with the lights out for about 2 1/2 hours. It's not funny. It's not the way it's supposed to be."
It's time to reach into the bag and hand out presents to the beat-up teams of the National Football League.
Late Monday night, Vikings fans started tossing snowballs at their team's bench.
With the Twins gone and the Vikings taking their place complaining about the place, the deities saw fit to push the team outside for a night.
The Vikings have played rent-a-veteran far too often, far too long.
The veteran receiver has played very well for the Patriots -- much better than Randy Moss did earlier this season.
High expectations have been beaten by low performance more than once.
Like a tattoo, the Vikings will be stuck with memories of this season whether they like them or not.