Vikings' Cordarrelle Patterson unimpressed with Lambeau Field
Vikings rookie wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson made his first visit to Lambeau Field Sunday and he came away unimpressed.
"It's really not that loud here,'' Patterson said, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press' Chris Tomasson. "I guess the crowd wasn't into it like they should be. But once that overtime started, the crowd picked up a little bit.''
Patterson, meanwhile, thinks the Metrodome is much louder than Lambeau.
"When we're back in the Metrodome, it's always rocking,'' he said. "We're louder, of course. Most definitely. We got the No. 1 fan base in the country.''
In related news: Vikings are 1-3 at the Metrodome.
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