08:03 AM ET 07.18 | Gov. Mark Dayton has heard more about football than he'd like over the past year, particularly from a legal standpoint. The Vikings' 10 arrests since 2011 are almost twice as many as any other NFL team, and their 39 arrests since 2000 also lead the league. Dayton championed legislation that authorized the state to finance $348 million toward a new Vikings stadium to replace the Metrodome. "Idle time is the devil's play," said Dayton, describing the NFL's six-month offseason. "It means that young males who are heavily armored and heavily psyched as necessary to carry out their job are probably more susceptible to being in bars at 2 o'clock (in the morning) and having problems. It doesn't excuse it. It just says this probably comes with it."