A bizarre campaign for the Minnesota Vikings took yet another strange turn Friday, when the team’s plane skidded off the runway at an airport in Appleton, Wis., and became stuck in the grass, preventing anyone on board from deplaning for nearly three hours. No one on the plane, which was transporting the team in advance of its Saturday afternoon game against the Green Bay Packers, was injured.

Per ESPN.com, the players, coaches and team personnel aboard had to wait for a group of fire trucks to assist them off the plane, which went into the skid while taxiing at Appleton International Airport. A team source told ESPN’s Josina Anderson “we didn’t even slide 10 feet.”

Linebacker Chad Greenway posted a photo to his Instagram account and a video to his Twitter account, providing a couple of pretty apt displays of the Vikings’ predicament.

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This is never good. #Skol

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A season that began in a most ominous way when quarterback Teddy Bridgewater shredded his knee in the team’s final preseason practice, solidified in the form of a 5-0 start, despite star running back Adrian Peterson tearing the meniscus in his right knee in Week 2. But Minnesota has stumbled in a hail of further injuries — to both players and coaches — since that opening winning streak, dropping seven of its last nine games.

The Vikings are still mathematically alive for a playoff berth but will need a ton of help to get in, and face a streaking Packers’ team that’s won four straight on Saturday at Lambeau Field.