I'm in total agreement with Minnesota Vikings receiver Bernard Berrian, who encapsulated everything in 16 words Sunday morning: "Yo real talk this has to be the craziest season for one team in NFL history."
Indeed, the Vikings have now had their second game postponed in the past three weeks because of weather issues. Sunday night's game against the Philadelphia Eagles has been delayed 48 hours and will be played Tuesday night because of blizzard conditions in Philadelphia. (The game won't be played Monday night in part because the current winter storm warning won't be lifted until Monday afternoon at 1 p.m. ET, according to NFL spokesman Greg Aiello.)
As the Vikings mull whether to leave Philadelphia on Sunday and then return Tuesday, at least we know the Vikings and Eagles will then have four days to prepare for their Jan. 2 season finale. Frankly, I would imagine the Vikings wouldn't be fazed by such an odd week. From Brett Favre to Sidney Rice to Vincent Jackson to Randy Moss to Brad Childress to Leslie Frazier to the Metrodome to Ford Field to TCF Bank Stadium to Brett Favre to Joe Webb, it has been a season to remember.
Or to forget.