A group of adorable Minnesota Vikings fans went absolutely nowhere near Lincoln Financial Field to show support for their football team.
The Vikings Twitter account shared a video of the small group of fans doing the team's "Skol" chant on the famed steps of the Art Museum in Philadelphia many around the world know of becaue of Rocky Balboa.
Some of them even wore costumes.
Other places adorable Vikings fans decided to show their team spirit that is nowhere near a foobtall field include airplanes.
Here's Philly's perspective on these pleasant folks:
In case you needed a reminder, the NFC Championship takes place later today at Lincoln Finacial Field -- a football stadium -- and not at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Oh, and they defaced the Rocky statue. Rude.
Oh, you thought we here in Philadelphia were special? You thought Bud Light liked Eagles fans more than they liked Vikings fans?
Bud Light likes fans who purchase their beer.
But yes, Bud Light did make a special little promo for Eagles fans playing off their "Dilly, Dilly!" campaign that for some strange reason many people seem to like. And get this, it uses "Philly, Philly!"
Because it rhymes.
You can watch that right here and the three other spots they made for the Viking, Patriots, and Jaguars below. The Patriots' one is probably the best.
Updated: 6:17 p.m.
Somebody jumped the gun this week in a promotion for Super Bowl LII. Or did they?
This year's Super Bowl will feature either the Patriots or Jaguars taking on either the Eagles or Vikings. Unless there is some conspiracy afoot!
You see, there is an image going around that the NFL posted a promo of Super Bowl LII featuring only the Patriots and Vikings along with some head-scratching text. Just another attempt to disrespect the Birds!
It included the following text:
Your team is headed to Super Bowl LII...and you could too! When you donate to United Way, you could score 2 club-level seats to watch the PATRIOTS vs. the VIKINGS battle it out for the coveted Super Bowl title! But...that's not all! You could also WIN pre-game sideline access + other cool perks! Don't pass up this touchdown experience - donate TODAY for your chance to WIN big
The NFL, rightfully so, apologized for the mistake.
"It was a regrettable mistake," an NFL spokesman told NJ Advance Media. "The ads were mocked up using all the [possible] combinations, but weren't supposed to go until Monday when the matchup is known. Obviously, someone jumped the gun."
So are the conference championship games fixed?!? Unlikely.