Fans break out new version of the wave during Vikings game against Buffalo

You may have missed this unless you were at the Vikings preseason game against the Bills Friday night, but the fans spent the majority of the third quarter doing the wave. But it wasn't an ordinary wave -- these fans were ALL throwing their programs in the air, creating quite the scene.
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