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Minnesota Vikings Play-by-Play announcer Paul Allen isn’t too happy when Blair Walsh misses the potential game-winning FG that would have had the team …

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  1. Blair Walsh was an extraordinary player who played better than Adam Vinatieri, Stephen Gostkowski, Matt Bryant, and Dan Bailey in his rookie season. Setting an nfl record for 9 straight 50+ yard field goals and finishing the season 10/10 in 50+. He was an extremely accurate player at other ranges as well, finishing 100% in XP, 100% in 20-29 yards, and only missing 3 out of 38 of his kicks. Don't know what happened after his rookie season.

  2. Ya gotta feel for Vikings fans as they seemingly have to deal with heartbreak every single year almost. Snakebit much? As far as their radio announcers go, I wonder if their contract states that they have to vent their frustration on-air after every close loss (i.e. Walsh missing this chip shot field goal, Favre's interception against New Orleans, Arizona's last second TD that knocked them out of playoff contention, etc.).

  3. I remember this so well, especially Sherman on the ground like "Thank you, lord!"
    The funny part is, the Hawks actually signed this guy after Hauschka left. Was it pity?

  4. I hope that either the vikings, the eagles, the jags or the bills win the super bowl this year. Just for their fan base, they truly deserve it specially the vikes and the bills and the eagles. Great luck and take advantage of this opportunity.

  5. I don't think the Vikings will win ANYTHING in their life….? Somehow and someway they keep choking in the clutch…..

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