Vikings Prepare To Play At TCF Bank Stadium


While the Vikings, the University of Minnesota, and the NFL continue to monitor the availability of TCF Bank Stadium the Metrodome’s condition continues to get worse.

According to multiple reports, another panel of the Metrodome’s roof collapsed on Wednesday afternoon. Like the first episode, the Metropolitan Sports Facility Commission dodged a bullet as nobody was hurt when more snow and ice fell to the playing surface.

Republican Senator Julie Rosen announced Wednesday that she would be proposing legislation in late-January to ensure a new stadium for the Vikings.

After how the last week has gone, there should be little doubt that they need it. They only way that point could have been more poignantly proven is if somebody HAD gotten hurt, something for which we should all be grateful never happened, especially after hearing the horror stories from inside the Cowboys training facility when it collapsed on the team.


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