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Minnesota Vikings Look to Next Season for Improvement
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The Minnesota Vikings are looking for major improvement in their game in the off-season. After finishing 6-10 for their 2010 season, the Vikings are taking a step back and looking to fill holes in the team before the Minnesota Vikings 2011 season.
Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf has been campaigning publicly for an open-air stadium to replace the play at the Metrodome. The Metrodome collapsed, much to the tune of the Vikings season, under piles of snow a couple weeks ago. The Minnesota Vikings used to play at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, now the site of Mall of America. The harsh elements the Vikings played in at that time were a huge advantage as the Vikings went to four Super Bowls in the 1970s.
Now that the contract between the Metrodome and the Vikings is up, Wilf is looking to have the Vikings play at TCF Bank Stadium for their 2011 season.