The Last Word from Minnesota Sports on the "Duck... Duck... _________" Controversy

October 12, 2017 06:50 PM

Monday night in Chicago, Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph organized a post-touchdown celebration that had he and his teammates playing a childhood game in the end zone.  "Duck, Duck, Goose," he said, having no idea of the 'controversy' he was touching off.

Rudolph's version of the game Duck, Duck, Goose was the customary version anywhere *except* Minnesota, where it's traditionally played as Duck, Duck, Gray Duck.


Click the video box on this page to hear Rudolph explain the planning, execution and reaction to Monday night's display - as well as opinions on Goose-Versus-Gray-Duck from Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer, Wild head coach Bruce Boudreau and Gopher football coach P.J. Fleck

Rudolph said this week he and his teammates may explore other kids games to replicate after future touchdowns.

RELATED: Vikings End Zone Celebration Reveals Alternate Name for Duck, Duck, Gray Duck


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