Minnesota in the Memes: Commiserating Together, Week 2 Edition

MIke ZImmer
Oct 6, 2019; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants head coach Pat Shurmur (left) and Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer (right) meet before a game at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Well, that was unpleasant. I’m not really one for moral victories, so I’m not going to try to scrounge one up now. Instead, I’ll hit you with some memes circulating among Vikings fans. We may not know what it’s like to win consistently, but we sure do know how to lose. Let the commiserating begin (or, at the very least, continue; it began last night).

King of Hill providing us Vikings fans with a relatable interaction:


Perhaps our only chance is in virtual reality:

Have Vikings fans experienced poor kicking in the past?

We may or may not have had some experience with poor kicking in the past:

Further evidence of some poor purple kicking:

Kirk actually played well yesterday:

In fairness, we are on pace for 0-17:

It’s safe to say we’re all feeling a little negative right about now:


If Minnesota memes are your thing, be sure to hop over to Week 1’s meme collection. Skol?

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