New Orleans Saints 14 – Minnesota Vikings 9

With the kickoff of the 2010-2011 NFL season, the New Orleans Saints defeated the Minnesota Vikings 14-9. Drew Brees threw for 237 yards and one touchdown to Devery Henderson. Brett Farve had one touchdown and one interception in the game.

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NFC Playoffs: Minnesota 34 – Dallas 3

The Vikings just trashed the Cowboys yesterday in the second round of the NFC playoffs. 40 year old Brett Farve threw 4 touchdowns in a 34-3 win over the Boys. Now it’s up to Sunday in the NFC Championship versus the Saints.

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Chicago Bears 36 – Minnesota Vikings 30 (F/OT) (NFL Week 16)

The Minnesota Vikings have been slumping as of late and it continued last night. They were on the verge of sealing the second seed in the NFC for the playoffs but now it can change. The Chicago Bears dominated until the 4th quarter as the game ended up going into overtime tied at 30-30. Jay Cutler tossed a 39-yard strike to Devin Aromashodu in OT to win the game 36-30. The Eagles and Cowboys now have a chance to get the No. 2 seed next week.

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Minnesota Vikings 36 – Chicago Bears 10 (NFL Week 12)

Just because they have only one loss, a lot of people are sleeping on the Minnesota Vikings! Brett Farve is making a statement with his new team and his teammates are helping as well. Brett Farve threw for 393 yards passing with 3 touchdowns. WR Percy Harvin is also having a good year as he had 101 receiving yards and 1 touchdown. The Vikings won the game 36-10 and the Vikings are now 10-1.

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Pittsburgh Steelers 27 – Minnesota Vikings 17 (NFL Week 7)

Well so much for a perfect season. The Vikings met their match today versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Vikings came in at 6-0 without a loss and looking real good, but the Steelers had something to say about that and they did it on the field. Even though Brett Farve threw for over 300 passing yards, the Steelers defense came to play and their offense did their job in a 27-17 victory over the Vikings today giving them their first loss of the season.

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Minnesota Vikings 33 – Baltimore Ravens 31 (Week 6)

Another great game for the week was this one. The Vikings came in undefeated and the Baltimore Ravens came in hungry for a victory. The Vikings played a solid game a had a 30-17 lead in the 4th quarter, but with less then 4 minutes to play, the Ravens came fighting back and took the lead 31-30. The Vikings fans were very shock out the turn of events! Brett Farve led them back to get a field goal and make the game 33-31 with 1:56 on the clock. The Ravens had one last chance, but missed a last second field goal. The Vikings are now 6-0 on the season.

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FARVE RETIRING AGAIN…BUT FOR GOOD?

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Quarterback Brett Farve may be retiring again, reports from ESPN are saying. His stay with the New York Jets was for about 5 months leading to a 9-5 season for the team. Also, Brett Farve led the league with 22 interceptions, missed the playoffs and in doing so lost to the team that picked up the former New York Jet quarterback Chad Pennington (Miami Dolphins). The beginning of the season looked positive for the Jets and even had them at the top of their division for a few weeks. From there, everything went down hill. The Jets just started losing games and Farve was not playing well during the stretch of the season. He had a 79.3 second-half passer rating and even teammates thought he should have been benched at times. So will this actually be his final farewell or will be do another comeback…..maybe with the Packers this time?

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