The Truth Behind the Minnesota Vikings and the Stadium Issue


Published: March 25, 2009


... and especially the working American. It has not, however, had much impact on the sports world. 

Recently, NFL teams such as the Colts (Lucas Oil Stadium), and the Dallas Cowboys, despite a declining economy, have built new stadiums to replace the ones which they've played in for numerous years. 

The grandeur and marvelous architecture of these new stadiums reflects the true greatness and stability of the NFL, the recession-proof capabilities of team owners, and just how important these teams are to the community.

With the Minnesota Vikings, it is a different case. For twenty-seven years and counting, the Vikings have played in the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota, a structure which, though not yet dilapidated, has quickly become outdated, and in a sports world revolving around renewal and perfection, it must be replaced.

In the recession, people have lost money but it hasn't stopped them fro...

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