Relive four of the greatest moments in Vikings football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2018 Divisional Round vs New Orleans - Minneapolis Miracle
2007 Regular Season vs San Diego - AP's Record Day. 296yds
2005 Wild Card Round vs Green Bay - The Moon at Lambeau
1969 Conference Championship vs Los Angeles - Purple People Eaters
These leatherette coasters are laser etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil. - Size: 4" x 4" x 0.15" per coaster - Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) - Stitched border
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2018 Divisional Round
Vikings vs New Orleans
29 - 24
14 January, 2018
The greatest play in Minnesota history, arguably one of the greatest in American football history. We all know the play, not much needs to be said here. Diggs takes it to the house and puts Minnesota into the Conference Championship. SKOL, Vikings!
2007 Regular Season
AP's Record Day. 296yds
Vikings vs San Diego
35 - 17
4 November, 2007
One of the greatest running backs the league has ever seen, he showcased it to the world in a November game against San Diego. Not only did he rush for 296 yards, the record for a single game, he did so as a rookie! 296 yards, 3 TDs, one GOAT performance.
2005 Wild Card Round
The Moon at Lambeau
Vikings vs Green Bay
31 - 17
9 January, 2005
The score spread the gap against Green Bay to two TD's in the 4th. However, what came after has lived in infamy, or glory, depending on where you stand. Personally, I loved it. I'm sure you loved it. Moss's entertaining Minnesota career is highlighted by his mooning of the Lambeau faithful.
1969 Conference Championship
Purple People Eaters
Vikings vs Los Angeles
23 - 20
27 December, 1969
The Purple People Eaters and a Joe Kapp offense led Minnesota to the their first Super Bowl appearance. Earlier in the playoffs, it was legendary lineman Alan Page whose interception with 30 seconds left sealed the victory for Minnesota and sent them into the Championship game.