Dear Vikings fans,
I thought I would end my 2010 football season in much the same fashion I ended 2009. It seems like forever since we’ve talked. You were more than happy to grab my ear earlier this season, but I have certainly saddened by your silence over the last couple of months.
What’s nice is that we can finally reminisce in what a fine season was had by all this year. There are so many memories I don’t even know where to begin!
I mean remember when you guys almost made it to the Superbowl in 2009? Wow, that was close. It had to be great to carry that hope into the 2010 season. Then, when you guys got Favre back I thought it was all over. I mean no one really expected Favre to waffle at all, and then when he did it must have really been a tense time. I don’t know what you guys would have done without an 11 TD 19 INT superstar this season, but let’s just assume it wouldn’t have been pretty.
If that wasn’t enough for you, I don’t know how you handled the excitement of your star wideout deciding he was too hurt to play most of the season. I love that the guys on your team get to decide when to play and not to play. It really shows how progressive your team really is.
Seriously though, how about having Randy Moss for like one game? How exciting is that? I too would give up the house to get a guy of that caliber into my locker room. I admit, every one of those 200 yards or so were amazing to watch. I missed your insight on all the depth he brought to your squad.
After realizing just how many extraordinary things happened to the Vikings this season, I just have to stop. It’s so easy, it’s not even fun. From the dong slinger, to Chilly, and back again there is no doubt that the Minnesota Vikings are the worst organization in football.
No quarterback, no locker room, hell no stadium.
So Vikings fans I am sorry for cutting this letter short, it just isn’t any fun anymore. It’s like picking a fight with the smallest kid on the playground.
If your team is ever good again, drop me a line.
In the meantime, there is a multitude of products I need to comb through after our Superbowl victory. I’m sure you’ll understand.
Never mind, I guess you wouldn’t.
Filed Under: Alex Tallitsch