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The Minnesota Vikings are finally getting a new home that will hosting everything from football to hockey to baseball and possibly the Super Bowl. Check it out...

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Really? A Super bowl in Minnesota in February?? Nice fail there.
Reply31 months
What wimps, this is why Green Bay will always go to Super Bowls and The Minnesota Vikings, will always be found watching Super Bowls. In the 70's when Minnesota was going to Super Bowls, one of the great things they had in their favor was the winter elements (snow, freezing rain and ice) which tended to hamper the offense/defense of opposing teams. Green Bay will always adhere to the benefits that Lambeau Field gives them. At least build a retractable roof stadium, just look at the past home field playoff run of the Seattle Seahawks for Christ sakes. P.S. I'm not a Vikings fan, but do love football played the way it was intended in the elements.
Reply40 months
It's all about the Benjamins the stadiums don't build themselves
Reply40 months
So roughly the same seating capacity, but 8,000 is now for club prices? Wow, that's pretty significant given that a lot of normal people will now have to pay premium prices for seats that before would have been just a few bills.
Reply40 months
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