Alvin Kamara Blasts Vikings and Eagles in NSFW Recollection of 'Minneapolis Miracle'

Alvin Kamara: 'We'd beat the s--- out of' the Eagles

Alvin Kamara: 'We'd beat the s--- out of' the Eagles

However, according to Alvin Kamara, it's a win that would have never happened if the Vikings wouldn't have pulled off one of the most improbable plays in National Football League history just three weeks earlier. The New Orleans Saints running back is excited about his team's potential in 2018 - especially since he believes they would have dominated the Super Bowl champions had they been given a chance to face them.

New Orleans has a well-balanced attack led by their two-headed backfield with Pro Bowl running backs in Kamara and Mark Ingram, who became the first pair of teammates to both post over 1,000 scrimmage yards.

"It's a certain point where you f-ing just do everything could do, and s- still don't go your way", Kamara said of New Orleans erasing a 17-point deficit before losing on a miraculous play.

"We'd beat the s-- out of [the Eagles] cause we was rolling", Kamara says. I felt like we did everything. Mere seconds away from facing the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game, then a Case Keenum pass to Stefon Diggs and missed tackle from cornerback Marcus Williams, gave the Vikes the honor of advancing.

The end of the game was so insane that Kamara was as much in shock as he was upset. That's like some one-in-a-million-type s-t.

"I couldn't even be mad", the 2017 offensive rookie of the year said. "I was mad, of course, but it was like how does that even f-king happen? It's nearly not realistic, like what the f-?" "If we won [versus Minnesota], I knew nobody was gonna stop us cause we came all the way back". In the week following what was dubbed the "Minnesota Miracle", the Vikings found themselves living in a nightmare as the Philadelphia Eagles rattled off 38 unanswered points in a 38-7 victory to earn a trip to the Super Bowl.

"We know what the standard is", Kamara says before pausing for a few seconds. "So, yeah, f-k Minnesota". The Saints will travel to Minnesota for a Sunday night game in Week 8, before hosting the Eagles in Week 11.

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