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Last year Harrison Smith Jersey , after playing through a rib injury in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at U.S. Bank Stadium, fans of the Minnesota Vikings aided New Orleans Saints’ punter Thomas Morstead in raising money for his charity, What You Give Will Grow. Through the combination of a post on Reddit and Morstead’s announcement that donations received during the week following the Saints/Vikings game would go to the Children’s Minnesota Child Life Program, Vikings’ fans stepped up in a big way. By the end of the week, the amount raised had grown to a grand total of $221,143, and Morstead came to the Twin Cities personally to present the check.Now, in this week leading up to the Sunday Night Football game between the Vikings and the Saints, Morstead’s charity is teaming up with Vikings’ cornerback Marcus Sherels for what they’re calling the “Best Christmas Ever.”According to the What You Give Will Grow website, here is what the Best Christmas Ever program entails:Thus far, with just six days remaining in the fundraising effort, less than 20% of the total goal amount has been raised. They’re shooting for a total of $60,000, and as of now the total stands at just $10,995.According to the page, the market that provides the biggest share of the fundraising will get 60% of the final tally, while the other market will get 40%. So, in addition to (hopefully) beating the Saints on the football field, Vikings fans will have an opportunity to take down Saints fans in the charitable arena as well.(Not that there are any losers when it comes to charity like this Adam Thielen Jersey , mind you, but still. . .let’s help get the Twin Cities to a win here, shall we?)If you’d like to donate to What You Give Will Grow’s charitable efforts to give families in the Twin Cities and in New Orleans the Best Christmas Ever, you can hit the link right here. The address for you to pass along to others, should you desire, is http://bce.wygwg.org.Let’s give these folks a helping hand, ladies and gentlemen! With the news today that Kevin Stefanski would indeed be returning as the offensive coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings, the focus for the purple now shifts to who will coach the offensive line. The Vikings have, apparently, gotten permission to interview someone for the job, and it isn’t a name that many people would have anticipated.Green Bay Packers beat writer Bob McGinn is reporting that the Vikings have gotten permission from the Packers to interview Joe Philbin for the offensive line coach job. Philbin was the Packers’ offensive coordinator this past season, and was their head coach for the final four games of their season following the firing of Mike McCarthy. He was also the head coach of the Miami Dolphins for four seasons, from 2012 to 2015.Philbin does have some experience coaching offensive lines in the NFL. He was the assistant offensive line coach for Green Bay from 2003 to 2005 before becoming the primary offensive line coach in 2006. He also served as an assistant offensive line coach for the Indianapolis Colts in 2016. In addition to that, he’s also done the job several times at the college level, most notably at the University of Iowa from 1999 to 2002.Personally, I’m not well-versed enough in offensive line performance to be able to tell you whether or not this would be a solid hire for the Vikings or not. There are some folks on the Twitters that seem to think it would be a good idea, and it’s certainly a position that the Vikings will need to address sooner rather than later.What are your thoughts on the Vikings potentially making Joe Philbin their new offensive line coach?


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