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Where were you when the Minnesota Vikings completed one of the most improbable plays in postseason history against the New Orleans Saints to punch their ticket to the 2017 NFC Championship game?
It’s hard to believe that it’s been four years to the day since then quarterback Case Keenum threw a 27-yard pass to receiver Stefon Diggs, who leapfrogged Saints defensive back Marcus Williams to make the grab, before turning upfield and taking it to the house for a 61-yard touchdown.
I remember watching as my brother, a devout Saints fan, was literally brought to his knees as the Vikings ripped the heart out of the chest of every Saints fan.
DIGGS. SIDELINE. UNBELIEVABLE.
Can't believe it's already been four years since The Minneapolis Miracle. (Jan. 14, 2018) pic.twitter.com/C1hUfmthIC
— NFL (@NFL) January 14, 2022
The excitement from a deserving Minnesota fan base that had patiently waited for their opportunity to get back to the NFC title game is something I’ll never forget about that moment.
It’s something Vikings fans are taking the time to celebrate on this day in particular.
Where were you when it happened?
Four years ago on this day the Minneapolis Miracle occurred. After the game I went down to talk to the players in the locker room and before heading in I congratulated Case Keenum. What a game that was! pic.twitter.com/uP4yJdTlEz
— Carl Eller (@CarlEller81) January 14, 2022
— 10,000 Takes (@10k_Takes) January 14, 2022
— xtina (@xtina1229) January 14, 2022
— Kolten Pingeon (@Kolten_pingeon) January 14, 2022
Four years ago, the Minnesota Vikings offered us die-hard fans a small reward for all the brutal losses:
The Minneapolis Miracle.
I get goosebumps watching every time
— Ben Fawkes (@BFawkes22) January 14, 2022
— Chris (@callmehenks) January 14, 2022
— Dominick Pfisterer (@Nucci_17) January 14, 2022
At my in-laws. Recording the play before the Minneapolis Miracle and my wife asks "why are you recording?"
— ɴᴇɪʟ ᴇᴅᴡᴀʀᴅ ᴊᴏʜɴsᴏɴ⚡ (@Neilioo) January 14, 2022
It’s the four year anniversary of the Minneapolis Miracle. Coincidentally it’s the four year anniversary of the last time I felt happiness.
— haley (@haley_darling) January 14, 2022
I still get the chills every time I watch the Minneapolis Miracle 😆
— taylor (@skoltay) January 14, 2022
Happy Minneapolis Miracle Day to all who celebrate pic.twitter.com/tAlL8Pzbdv
— B-Rog (@B_RogFilms) January 14, 2022
Minneapolis Miracle was 4 years ago. Simpler times pic.twitter.com/3CERSVeaqe
— Kyle (@kylevanhulzen) January 14, 2022
— Alli Elise (@alli_elise25) January 14, 2022
4 years ago today, one of the best plays in NFL history, The Minneapolis Miracle!
— Dave Pierson (@TheMilfot8) January 14, 2022
— Mr. Garlic (@AlainGarlic) January 14, 2022
On the anniversary of the Minneapolis Miracle I just wanted to model my favorite hoodie. I don’t wear it that often but I love it. pic.twitter.com/K8atmRjdP8
— isi baehr-breen (its pronounced ‘izzy’) (@isaiah_bb) January 14, 2022
This is the picture I took before the Minneapolis Miracle! Where were you during the Miracle?! Post pics or videos! IT NEVER GETS OLD!!!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/JYNF4JQjZM
— AMarie (@Part_Time_Bro) January 14, 2022
— That’s Badass Wood Art (@thatsbadassmn) January 14, 2022
Minneapolis Miracle – 4 years ago today.
— mERICa ✌🏻 (@EFH83) January 14, 2022
Never forget the Minneapolis Miracle💜 pic.twitter.com/MDme0azb22
— Alyssa Kay (@alyssa4jb) January 14, 2022
The last day I saw my mom, the day I wrecked my brother’s new truck just north of KC and the Minneapolis Miracle…definitely helped turn the day around
— Warren Meeker (@Sodak47) January 14, 2022
My postgame report from the Minneapolis Miracle. Genuinely felt like a high school locker room as a result of the shock/joy. My last line about whether it would be the moment that transformed the #Vikings into a championship team or just another playoff foot note….well…. pic.twitter.com/bjec9hWRz5
— Zach Borg (@IceBorg) January 14, 2022