New Orleans and Minneapolis mayors engage in Twitter war, make bets

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On Sunday, the Saints have an opportunity to do something about that. "I watched them throughout the season, and they been doing really good... We had a lot of young faces on the team when we all came together at the start of the season and felt like we could get better and better as the season went along". The NFL chose Minnesota, and Vikings fans are already clucking about their chance to be the first franchise to host itself in the Super Bowl. Obviously Case Keenum has been phenomenal for them on offense and that defense is as stout as ever.

"From the first time we played them to now, it's totally different", Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes said. They play with high intensity high energy. "We know you will bring us luck as we enter into this playoff run and hope to bring it home". "Obviously this is a very exciting season for the Vikings, and I was just thinking, "Should I be watching the game on the field, or should I be watching my grandma's reaction to that game?'"

Meanwhile, Brees says that week one match up against Minnesota feels like it was so long ago, and he says so many things have changed for both teams.

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"You will see great support from the United States at the appropriate time!" he said in a post on Wednesday. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Tuesday.

"You remember when your last loss was, and when your last pain was", said New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. Increasing in intensity during Week 3 of the season, after President Trump blasted the protesting players at a political rally. "I don't expect to see the same team that we saw Week 1, and I know they don't expect to see the same team they saw in Week 1, too".

The Saints lost to the Vikings 29 - 19 on September 11th, 2017. The leading rusher for New Orleans, Alvin Kamara just 18 yards, with Drew Brees throwing for 291 yards and a touchdown.

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