A bunch of our true birds fans are stepping up to the plate in order to apologize for the bad behavior that was on display during the weekend. This week, the Mark Zimmer Foundation— a charity focused on giving back to children in Minnesota that was founded by the Vikings coach to carry on his wife’s legacy— announced they’d receive a number of donations from people trying to atone for some of the fans throwing batteries, beer and hot dogs at Vikings fans and Vikings players.
What is happening inside someones head when they throw batteries at another person over a game that you have 0% to do with? Philly is full of champs and a couple chumps - chumps feel free to stay in your parents basement so you don't make all of us look like a*****es. Thanks!
While we may have our differences, we give credit where it's due...@eagles fans have donated nearly 11k to MZF with heartfelt apologies for how SOME of their fans treated @vikings in Philly. This is amazing! We promise we will change some lives with this money! Thank you!— MZFOUNDATION (@ZimFoundation) January 24, 2018