A massive snow storm will delay the football game between the Minnisota Vikings and the New York Giants to Monday night.
The game was scheduled to be played today indoors but because of the vast amount of snow that has fallen on the roof of the Vikings dome it has been ruled unsafe.
Instead the teams will battle on Fox at 8 p.m. Eastern on Monday night, giving Vikes quarterback Brett Favre an extra day to rehab his ailing body.
The Giants were unable to even make it to Minnesota yesterday as their plane had to be diverted because of the snow storm.
The regular Monday Night Football game will still be aired, featuring the Baltimore Ravens and the Houston Texans.
“We’re going to have a good evening of meetings, get a good night’s sleep, fly to Minneapolis and play a great game,” Giants defensive end
Justin Tuck tweeted.