Vikings Debut New Goal Posts Ahead Of First Game In New Stadium


MINNEAPOLIS, MN – The Minnesota Vikings will debut their new gem of a stadium Sunday night vs the Packers on Sunday Night Football.

U.S. Bank Stadium as it’s been named has finally been completed after two years of playing outdoors in the University of Minnesota’s stadium.

An expected 66,566 are set to see it first hand and will catch an inaugural glimpse of the new state-of-the-art goalposts.


Vikings’ kicker Blair Walsh missed a 27-yard kick that forever will go down in team infamy as one that would have won Minnesota’s first playoff game since 2009. Walsh decided to start this season the same way he left off, shanking a whopping three kicks including two field goals and one extra point during Week 1- all wide left, just like the 27-yarder.

Viking’s officials have come up with a ingenious plan to compensate for Walsh’s shittiness with these specially designs posts just for Blair.


There’s no word yet on how many more games Tom Brady will be suspended for the Vikings installing the new goal posts without permission from the league office.