Wednesday, January 18, 2012
January 15 2012
"A tipster sent this to me “This kid plays basketball at Lifetime every day and every day he sees McNabb there. He went up to him, referenced McNabb’s Syracuse hoops days, and asked him to play on his his team. They’ve had 1 game so far and McNabb put up 14-10. As a Vikings fan, I wish he would’ve decided to pursue his basketball career 6 months earlier instead of playing in the NFL. Stats, team picture, and team info below.”
Donovan McNabb Rec League Basketball Stats
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Monday, January 16, 2012
Super Bowl Facts
- 2012- Indianapolis, Indiana
- 2013- New Orleans, Louisiana
- 2014- New York/New Jersey Region
- 2015- Phoenix, Arizona
- Miami 10
- New Orleans9 (+2013)
- Los Angeles 7
- Tampa Bay 4
- San Diego 3
- Phoenix 2 (+2015)
- Atlanta 2
Sunday, January 8, 2012
St. Paul Pioneer Press
"Minnesota Vikings running back Toby Gerhart, whose importance heightens in light of Adrian Peterson's rehab from a torn anterior cruciate ligament, doesn't think he'll need surgery to repair the torn medial collateral ligament in his left knee.
"Swelling should go down with rest as my range of motion returns," said Gerhart Tuesday night when reached by phone. "
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January 7 - St. Paul Pioneer Press
"The hits keep coming for Vikings defensive end Jared Allen, who calf-roped 49 of a possible 50 votes for the Associated Press' All-Pro first team, as announced Friday.
Allen and Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson each nabbed 49 votes, tied for the most on the team.
"The All-Pro team to me is one of the all-time accomplishments," Allen told the AP. "Pro Bowls are nice, but guys get voted in longer than they should and guys who deserve to go don't always get to. It's the whole league. It's not just an AFC and NFC thing. So to me this is the honor I hold the highest. It's something to put on the resume and tell the grandkids about."
The Vikings' most consistent performer all year, Allen finished a half-sack short of Michael Strahan's decade-old NFL record of 22-1/2. "