Vikings fan uses sign to explain why he's at Packers-Cardinals game


Well, points for planning ahead at least.

During Saturday night's Green Bay-Arizona NFL playoff game, the camera caught a Vikings fan in the crowd (probably the only person wearing purple in the Glendale stadium).

What was he doing there? Well his sign explains it.

He bought the ticket before the late missed field goal during last week's Vikings Wild Card game.

It was caught on TV and uploaded to Imgur and Reddit (titled simply, "The feels!!")

The Sunday Night Football Twitter account caught it too.^tfw

The Vikings would have gone to Arizona Saturday night if they would have beaten Seattle.

That didn't happen of course – but this Minnesota fan still had tickets, so hey, why not go and rep your team anyway?

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