The Vikings, to me, aren’t good until they win the Super Bowl – Dom | The Domonique Foxworth Show

The vikings, to me, aren't good until they win the super bowl - dom | the domonique foxworth show

ESPN published this video item, entitled “The Vikings, to me, aren’t good until they win the Super Bowl – Dom | The Domonique Foxworth Show” – below is their description.

On the Domonique Foxworth Show, Domonique and Charlie play a game of “comeback or collapse” to decide if the winning teams deserve credit. Then, the entire Foxworth family joins the show for Roses and Thorns from New York City!

00:00 Off Top: South Africa has three capital cities

01:17Game: Comeback or collapse

01:51 Colts blow 33-point lead, make history in Vikings loss

08:05 Bucs Lose Grip on Big Lead, Fall to Bengals

18:25 Bills comeback to beat the Dolphins

22:44 Cowboys fall to Jaguars in overtime

29:23 Patriots’ shocking collapse against the Raiders

34:07 Argentina defeats France to win the World Cup

37:40 The Foxworth Family Roses and Thorns

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