Vikings Corner: St. Louis Rams have turned from turf show to circus act
The Vikings' high-flying offense of the late 1990s came to a crashing halt on Jan. 14, 2001. Affectionately known as 41-donut.
The team that set the NFL single-season scoring record with 556 points was broken; nothing was more evident of that than Spurgon Wynn running the offense to finish off 2001 at 5-11, their worst since Les Steckel.
The Vikings started over.
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