The Minnesota Vikings beat the New Orleans Saints 29-24 this evening at U.S. Bank Stadium, advancing to the NFC Championship game next Sunday in Philadelphia -- taking another step closer to becoming the first team to play in a Super Bowl at their home stadium.
The Minnesota Vikings host the New Orleans Saints this afternoon in an NFC Divisional round matchup at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The Vikings beat the Saints 29-19 back on September 11th in Week 1 of the regular season.
It's time for all Vikings fans to get fired up, excited, and to show our team spirit this Friday -- 'PURPLE Friday,' by gearing up and wearing our Vikings stuff to work. Jerseys, hoodies, hats, horns, sweatshirts, whatever. We'll be wearing ours!
The Minnesota Vikings (13-3) will face the New Orleans Saints (12-5) in the Divisional Round of the NFC playoffs Sunday afternoon at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The Saints advanced by defeating the Carolina Panthers 31-26 this afternoon in New Orleans.
The Minnesota Vikings (13-3) ended the regular season by beating the Chicago Bears Sunday afternoon at U.S. Bank Stadium -- claiming the NFC's #2 seed and a first round playoff bye. See where the Vikes rank at the regular season's end according to the ESPN experts.
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.