Once the Super Bowl in Minneapolis was over, we heard a lot of stories about how bad Eagles fans had been throughout the playoffs. Well, there were also good, charitable Eagles fans and they were recently rewarded by the Vikings.
One of stories that came out of the Vikings win Sunday night was that Saints head coach Sean Payton was mocking Vikings fans with the Skol Chant just before Stefon Diggs ruined his year. However, there wasn't any visual proof, until now.
Watching the Vikings improbable win over the New Orleans Saints certainly put fans through the full range of emotions. The ending was so exciting that Vikings fans wearing Apple Watches were warned of impending heart attacks.
The most anticipated NFL playoff game this weekend is Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium as the Minnesota Vikings battle the New Orleans Saints. As excitement for the game grows, so do the number of counterfeit tickets out in circulation.
The Super Bowl is being played right in our backyard in Minneapolis at US Bank Stadium. Are you thinking about going? Well save up your pennies because it is the ultimate sports event and for that you pay a price.
With the Super Bowl coming to Minneapolis, there's a lot of other events and concerts going on near the Minneapolis leading up to the big game. Florida Georgia Line will be performing at Mystic Lake Casino the night before the Super Bowl, but tickets don't come cheap.
The Kenny Chesney presale for his U.S. Bank Stadium concert is going until 10:00 p.m. Thursday, then Friday, October 27 at 10:00 a.m., tickets go on sale for everyone. One cool bonus is that all ticket orders include a copy of Kenny's new double 'live album.
There have only been a handful of concerts at U.S Bank Stadium, but already the grumblings over poor acoustics are becoming deafening. With that in mind, Kenny Chesney's sound crew has already visited the venue with hopes to solve those issues.