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Shoving Brad Childress out the door was a sign by Zygi and Mark Wilf that big changes are in the wind for the Minnesota Vikings.
Volleyball team showed grit that defines the area
The year they opened the Fergus Falls Goose Refuge to hunting, the city police department started taking calls from angry home owners near the Otter Tail River early one morning.
Henry David Thoreau, the famous American author of the 19th century, said, “It takes two to speak the truth — one to speak, and another to hear.”
The 2010 National Football League season has been a frustrating one for Minnesota fans and that frustration has a face — it wears a scratchy beard.
It has been a nice change this fall to see farmers busy bringing in their crops. There were soybean-laden semis chasing by our place on their way to the elevator all day last Saturday. There are a lot of brown cornfields ready to be combined as soon as the beans are done. Unless the Heavens open up and deluge us with rain the harvest could be done by the first week of November.
When the Minnesota Vikings drafted Randy Moss in 1998 it was a daring but risky move. Now their season suddenly depends on how well their former wideout can play at the age of 33.
A lot of fans are worried about the Minnesota Vikings after their less-than-stellar start. There is a poll out that asks fans which NFL team’s start has surprised them the most. Leading the pack is our Vikings.
The return of Brett Favre is supposed to have Minnesota fans frothing at the mouth but the Mississippi Marvel has not played enough football this year to regain his 2009 form.
Now that the 2010 Minnesota Vikings are finally in the same state perhaps we can look forward to some football.