One Green Bay bar has the perfect sign to taunt Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, who just barely missed the single-season rushing record.
Charles Woodson will not replace Casey Hayward in the Green Bay Packers nickel package against the Minnesota Vikings. Instead, he’ll remain at safety, which makes perfect sense.
Adrian Peterson is pretty much the entire Minnesota Vikings team and he knows it. Peterson has requested to return kicks and get on the field goal block unit against the Green Bay Packers.
A late-season Green Bay Packers game against the Minnesota Vikings that actually means something? This one’s got plenty of implications for the playoffs and the record book.
It hurts to admit this, but we might as well get it out of the way — Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is the NFL MVP. Anyone suggesting otherwise is a moron.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has his sights on the NFL single-season rushing mark. The Green Bay Packers? They’re just drooling all over him.
The Green Bay Packers play the turds known as the Minnesota Vikings this week. Here’s what to watch for, including the mentally challenged and Greg Jennings return.
The Minnesota Vikings are letting running back Adrian Peterson practice despite the fact that he had knee surgery in December. They’ve told the defense no one can touch him. We’re sure this will work out well.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was in court on Friday, where he demonstrated his tremendous grasp of mathematical principles.
They’ll never be champions on the field, but at least the Minnesota Vikings can lay claim to being the best at one thing — getting arrested. The Vikings lead the league in that category and we have all of them right here for you.
Here’s Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson’s mugshot. Peterson was arrested over the weekend and looks pretty happy about the whole situation.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested Saturday morning, continuing a long and glorious Vikings tradition.
Minnesota Vikings fans are up in arms because tight end VIsanthe Shiancoe accused Lombardi’s Steakhouse of putting glass in running back Adrian Peterson’s food. Maybe that’s why he only ran for 51 yards last night.
A look around the league at the midway point of the season. Here’s the weekly WTF, top 10 teams, and those players who are #winning and #losing. Guess who’s on top.
A look around the NFL after seven weeks. Here are the things that made us say what the fuck? We’ll give you the top teams, top players and a few idiots that make the game hard to watch.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was asked several questions about the team’s quarterback situation and struggled to say anything positive about rookie Christian Ponder or default incumbent Joe Webb. Peterson suggests he can’t see Ponder starting when the season opens.
We’d expect nothing less from a member of the Minnesota Vikings. Running back Adrian Peterson is ditching his own football camp, which begins tomorrow, claiming he has to film a show for the NFL Network. We’d probably ignore this if the camp wasn’t called the Old Spice Adrian Peterson Football Camp and the NFL Network didn’t say Peterson isn’t filming his spot until July.
Two of the Minnesota Vikings main offensive weapons, running back Adrian Peterson and receiver Percy Harvin, are lobbying for the team to sign receiver Plaxico Burress, who was released from prison earlier this month. Burress hasn’t played football since 2008 after pleading guilty to gun charges and will be looking for a new home to resume his career when the lockout ends.
I more or less thought it was a foregone conclusion that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers would be on the cover of the new Madden game. If you recall, EA Sports and ESPN are running a tournament where people can vote for the player featured on the cover. It’s currently down to four players […]
It seems like we were talking about this at this time last year. Oh yeah, we were. Then-Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb was clearly on his way out of Philly and Brett Favre was giving every indication he planned on staying retired, which, in hindsight would have been a tremendous idea. So, why not reunite McNabb with his former offensive coordinator, then-Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress? Obviously, a lot has changed since then.