The NFL regular season came to an end yesterday, leaving just twelve teams standing after the dust had settled -- four of which (including the Minnesota Vikings) will receive a bye for next weekend's first round action. Here's the schedule:
The Minnesota Vikings (13-3) closed out the regular season with a 23-10 win over the visiting Chicago Bears (5-11) yesterday afternoon at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. With the win the Vikings claim a first round playoff bye -- as the overall #2 seed in the NFC.
The #1 ranked St. Cloud Huskies Hockey team (12-2-3) leave New Jersey following the weekend series at Princeton (6-7-3) with a pair of ties added to their record -- deadlocking with the Tigers 3-3 on Friday, and 2-2 last night.
As the 2017 NFL regular season winds down, the league has revealed the 2018 opponents for all 32 teams. By the looks of things, the Vikings could face more than half of this year's playoff teams next year.
The Minnesota Vikings (12-3) shutout the Packers at Lambeau on Saturday night, and climb yet another spot in the NFL Power Rankings. See where the Vikes rank this week along with the rest of the league according to the ESPN experts.
The Minnesota Vikings (12-3) shutout the Green Bay Packers (7-8) 16-0 last night at Lambeau Field in Green Bay. With the win the Vikings stay on track to claiming a first round playoff bye -- and keep their hopes alive for the overall #1 seed in the NFC.