Disappointment in Vikings prompts phony real estate ad listing US Bank Stadium

Disappointment in Vikings prompts phony real estate ad listing US Bank Stadium Photo: KSTP/ File

December 11, 2018 08:41 AM

Disappointed Minnesota Vikings fans might understand the motive behind a phony real estate ad that lists the U.S. Bank Stadium.

The creator of the listing describes the team's "success in breaking the hearts of fans" as one of the reasons to put the stadium on the market.

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The post reads:

For Sale: Lightly used $1,000,000,000 stadium. Occupant has been a team that only has success in breaking the hearts of the fans. Long history of collecting talent with no ideas on how to use them.

Included: $84 million QB who can't win against teams with winning records, and is 0-7 on MNF. A league record!

All reasonable offers considered. Will even entertain ideas to convert to a homeless shelter, as there is a greater chance of one of those folk becoming a success.

The Vikings lost to the Seahawks 21-7 Monday night.

RELATED: Seahawks on brink of playoffs after 21-7 win over Vikings

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