Minnesota Vikings

Dallas Destroyed By "underdog" Vikings

MINNEAPOLIS - JANUARY 17:  Wide receiver Sidney Rice #18 of the Minnesota Vikings celebrates while playing against the Dallas Cowboys during the first half of the NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome on January 17, 2010 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  The Vikings defeated the Cowboys 34-3. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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Juho KuukasjarviContributor IJanuary 18, 2010

My dad once told me: "When the people around you decide to decide for you, you have to ignore their decisions and make your own". That's exactly the way I feel today, after looking back to  the ultimate battle of Davikes and Goliwboys. Exactly the way I feel.

Minnesota made it clear for the whole world: it's dangerous to stand between a man (4) and his weapons (12, 18, 28, 29, 81).

It seems that no matter what the Vikes do to convince the critics, they will, evidently,  always stand against the northern warriors. No matter what the reality might be. 

No matter how badly the blond-haired brothers beat the big boys.

So be my guest, tell me what was wrong about the Vikes today. Decide what's going to happen Jan. 24th. Tell me why the Vikes will lose this one. Please, just try to make me fear the big bad wolf of Brees.

Because when push comes to shove it does not matter what you say. Only the things they can do make a difference.

That is not a decision, that's a fact.

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