The Minnesota Vikings have the NFL talking.  Both for their play during the game and on the sidelines.

It all happened early in the 4th quarter yesterday in the NFL matchup between the Washington Commanders and the Minnesota Vikings.  Minnesota's veteran safety Harrison Smith picked off former Minnesota Vikings quarterback and now Washington Commanders quarterback Taylor Henicke.

Not only was it a very big play for the Vikings as they were trailing by 7 points at the time (17-10) but it ignited a choreographed celebration on the Viking's sidelines.

Harrison Ford got his defense together and pretended to be bowling the football.  The rest of the defense lined up as bowling pins.  One of the players even wobbled at the very end before he fell down.  An absolute strike!  Here's that video that has all of Viking nation talking and the rest of the NFL.


Minnesota will now play arguably the best team in the NFL next Sunday afternoon as they will visit the Buffalo Bills.  This should be a pretty good measuring stick to see if the Vikings are as good as their record (I wouldn't count on that).

Either way, it sure is good to be 7-1 and a whole lot better than being a Green Bay Packers fan right now.  The Pack by the way lost again yesterday.  Their record now is a pathetic 3-6.  SKOL and enjoy the season.

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