The 2018 Minnesota Vikings schedule is almost here and will feature usual division rivals in the Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears, as well as one of the most difficult and exciting schedules around the league. At home, you can see a rematch of the thrilling NFC Divisional Round playoff game in Vikings vs New Orleans Saints. Additionally, you can see Vikings vs San Francisco 49ers and new franchise quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, Vikings vs Arizona Cardinals and the return of Sam Bradford, and Vikings vs Buffalo Bills, who made the playoffs for the first time in 18 years last season. In addition to their home schedule, key road games for Minnesota include the Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots. TicketCity is the place to go for Minnesota Vikings tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium or supporting Minnesota on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Minnesota Vikings tickets.
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2018 Vikings Season
For a team that has been starved for a franchise quarterback ever since Dante Culpepper left, the Vikings hit the jackpot this offseason when they landed quarterback Kirk Cousins in free agency, something that never happens in a league starved for Pro Bowl-caliber signal callers. And that wasn't all. On defense, Minnesota added one of the top defensive linemen available in Sheldon Richardson, coming off an impressive season for the Seahawks. After boasting a top defense last year, the Vikings may now have the most well-rounded team in the league with standout running back Dalvin Cook expected back from injury.
U.S. Bank Stadium Venue Guide Address: 900 S 5th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415
The Vikings play their home games at the brand new U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Vikings said goodbye to their long time home, the Metrodome, at the end of the 2013 season. In its first year in use, U.S. Bank Stadium played host to Super Bowl LII. The Minnesota Vikings home bench is on the sideline along sections F1-F5. U.S. Bank Stadium parking is covered in our Vikings Event Guide.
This rivalry continues to be close and after over 100 meetings dating back to 1961, these two have transformed this rivalry into one of the best in the NFL. With both teams playing two times a year and often fighting for a division title, the intensity only continues to get better. This rivalry went to a new level when Packers great Brett Favre came out of retirement to play for the hated Vikings.
This rivalry has had its fair share of crazy moments. The Vikings kicked a last-second field goal in 2007 for the win after they blew a 14-point lead. Minnesota forced a tie against the Bears in 2009 with under 20 seconds left after rallying from an early deficit of 17, only to lose in overtime. This has been the norm in this rivalry that started in 1961.
With many close games, the Vikings-Lions rivalry continues to get better as both teams face each other twice a year. The NFC North has been nicknamed the "Black and Blue" division and the Lions and Vikings matchup lives up to that name each time, as it is always one of the most intense and hard-hitting games in the NFL.
The Vikings have four NFC Championships and 20 division titles in their nearly 60 years of existence. With more than 10 Hall of Famers, the Vikings have established themselves as one of the more historical franchises. With playoff appearances in almost half of their seasons in the league, the Vikings will only continue to build off their impressive history.