The Vikings Are As Dominate As Any Undefeated Team Can Get!

Mitchell TimpCorrespondent IOctober 11, 2009

MINNEAPOLIS - AUGUST 25:  Flag runners of the Minnesota Vikings run up field against the Baltimore Ravens on August 25, 2006 at the H.H.H. Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by David Sherman/Getty Images)

This year, the Minnesota Vikings are playing well with their dominating defense that is certainly just playing great! Today, they play the struggling St. Louis Rams, trying to reach the record of 5-0.

The only undefeated teams left are the Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, New York Giants, New Orleans Saints and, of course, the Vikings.

It will be the first time quarterback Brett Favre starts 5-0 with any team in his career, which is quite surprising.

The Vikings gave up a total of 1,561 yards this year, one of the bests in the NFL so far.

Last year the Vikings went 10-6 and lost to the Pihladelphia Eagles in the playoffs with Tarvaris Jackson. Jackson wasn't playing that well and was put on a lot of pressure last season. But with the help of Favre, he may develop into a great quarterback.

This year with Favre, the Vikings could go 13-3, or if not better, making it to the Super Bowl for the first time since 1977. They have never won a Super Bowl in their team's history, so I would probably break my couch by jumping on it if they win.

Right now, like the title explains, the Vikings are dominate as any team can get.

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