Minnesota Vikings Throw Breakdance Party to End Practice

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterDecember 21, 2012

The Minnesota Vikings certainly know how to bring an end to practice. 

Video shot of the Vikings concluding practice on Friday began circulating throughout the Internet. When you see it, you will realize why it's become so popular. 

There isn't much information out there except that it's awesome. We tip our hats to Deadspin who seem to know exactly who is doing the dancing. 

While the video is fuzzy at times, we take their word for who is dominating the dancing:

As filmed by VikingUpdate.com, Minnesota broke today's practice with a breakdancing contest. DT Everson Griffen got things started, but it was DE Fred Evans that really brought down the house.

You can understand why the Vikings would want to keep the goodwill going heading into this week's matchup. 

Currently, they are 8-6 and hold the 6th spot in the NFC playoffs. Whether they stay there is another matter as they have the Texans next and then finish up with rival Green Bay at the end of the month. 


This is the same team that finished 3-13 last season, so you can say they have already won by playing games that actually matter. 

Still, we need to see these moves on game day. 

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