Forbes recently released their NFL valuations list which showed that NFL teams actually decreased by 2% this last year. The Vikings ended up towards the bottom of the list which isn’t all that surprising but being at the bottom of the list isn’t helping the Vikings fans rest assured that their team will be in Minnesota for the coming years.
Fanhouse.com points out that Zygmunt Wilf’s best asset may actually be the termination of teams lease at the Metrodome which will expire after the 2011 season. Wilf has made some recent attempts to generate more revenue by selling naming rights and creating a the Gridiron Club but even with those new sources of income, the team’s future hinges upon a new stadium.
The Twins just opened “Target Field” this year which makes it harder for the Vikings to push a new stadium through. If the Vikings are not able to get a new stadium built, the team has a very good chance to move to Los Angles which would be second legendary franchise that left for L.A.