The Vikings haven’t won a championship since 1969, but that doesn’t mean they haven't been one of the most compelling franchises in the NFL. From the heyday of the "Purple People Eaters" to their heartbreaking loss in the 2009 NFC title game, Bill Williamson and Eric Thompson provide a comprehensive history of the team through the eyes of the players and coaches who lived it.
Veteran broadcaster Pete Larkin's deep, rich baritone exudes grandeur, and he nimbly shifts tones between the comic ("Favre-a-geddon") and the tragic (the death of Korey Stringer).
Rife with firsthand accounts and colorful anecdotes, this audiobook provides an insider’s view into one of the most storied franchises in NFL history.
A riveting ride down the Vikings sideline - newly updated!Take a journey from the infant stages of football in Minnesota up through the Vikings four Super Bowl appearances in Bill Williamson and Eric Thompson’s Tales from the Minnesota Vikings Sideline. For more than 50 years the Vikings have been established as one of the premier teams in all of sports. Perhaps the most successful team to never win a Super Bowl, the Vikings have nevertheless harbored a rich tradition of winning football. Now fans of this Midwest powerhouse will relive all the history, all the passion, and all the tantalizingly close glory of Vikings football. Remember the bone-chilling days of old Metropolitan Stadium? Or the no-nonsense, in-your-face coaching style of Bud Grant? From Cris Carter to Fran Tarkenton, Randy Moss, and more, this newly revised edition of Tales from the Minnesota Vikings Sideline has it all!
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