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2020 Minnesota Vikings Opponents & Schedule

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2020 Opponents
HOME
Chicago
Detroit
Green Bay
Jacksonville
Tennessee
Atlanta
Carolina
Dallas

AWAY
Chicago
Detroit
Green Bay
Houston
Indianapolis
New Orleans (x)
Tampa Bay
Seattle

2020 Schedule
Week 1 - Green Bay @ Vikings
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6 - Vikings @ Seattle (SNF)
Week 7
Week 8 - Vikings @ Green Bay
Week 9
Week 10 - Vikings @ Chicago (MNF)
Week 11
Week 12
Week 13 - Jacksonville @ Vikings
Week 14
Week 15 - Chicago @ Vikings
Week 16 - Vikings @ New Orleans (Friday - Christmas)
Week 17 -

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I know other people have brought this up, but what’s up with us playing Seattle every year in Seattle? They ever going to come visit our new stadium?

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17 minutes ago, RpMc said:

 

At Chicago, in primetime? High probablility loss.

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8 minutes ago, Nbanflguy said:

I know other people have brought this up, but what’s up with us playing Seattle every year in Seattle? They ever going to come visit our new stadium?

@swede700 gave the best response I've seen for this. Could say the same thing about Atlanta coming to MIN.

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21 minutes ago, VikeManDan said:

@swede700 gave the best response I've seen for this. Could say the same thing about Atlanta coming to MIN.

Vikings have played three games AT Atlanta, and the Falcons have played two games in MInnesota since 2011 (schedule update); 2020 game at home evens the home/away

2020 (home)
2019 (home)
2017 (away)
2015 (away)
2014 (home)
2011 (away)

Since 2011 the Vikings have played four games at Seattle and two home games (one of the home games being a playoff game not part of the regular schedule). with the 2020 game being on the road it's five games to two

2020 (away)
2019 (away)
2018 (away)
2016 (home - playoff)
2015 (home)
2013 (away)
2012 (away)
 

 

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11 minutes ago, VikeManDan said:

@swede700 gave the best response I've seen for this. Could say the same thing about Atlanta coming to MIN.

Vikings played in ATL in 2015 (Barr downfield forced fumble game) and 2017 (low scoring comeback win led by Keenum).

5 of the last 6 regular season games (including 2020) between the Vikings and Seahawks have been in Seattle, with the one exception being the game late in 2015 at TCF Bank where half the defense was injured and the Vikings got routed.

Minnesota hasn't beaten Seattle since 2009: 6 consecutive losses including 2012 (despite 200 yards from Peterson), 2013 (one of Ponder's worst games, with 2 picks in the 4th quarter including a pick 6), 2015 in Minnesota (one of Wilson's long TDs was over Antone Exum IIRC), the ice bowl playoff loss (Walsh shank), 2018 MNF vs the neon green uniforms that led to DeFilippo's firing and the shootout last year.

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So its 5-1, away-home for Minn-Sea games during the regular season.
I guess that gets chalked up as another loss

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Vikings All-Time Win Percentage Against 2020 Opponents

Green Bay - .466 (54-62-3)
Chicago - .517 (60-56-2)
Detroit - .658 (76-39-2)

Jacksonville - .833 (5-1-0)
Tennessee - .692 (9-4-0)
Atlanta - .645 (20-11-0)
Carolina - .571 (8-6-0)
Dallas - .484 (15-16-0)

Houston - 1.000 (4-0-0)
Indianapolis - .300 (7-17-1)
New Orleans - .657 (23-12-0)
Tampa Bay - .600 (33-22-0)
Seattle - .294 (5-12-0)

 

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NFL Strength Of Schedule:

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I stand corrected, thanks for doing that research. Looks we'll play at one NFCS opponent in 2021 and 2022.

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47 minutes ago, CriminalMind said:

So its 5-1, away-home for Minn-Sea games during the regular season.
I guess that gets chalked up as another loss

And the Vikings have only won one game in what is now known as CenturyLink...I was at the first loss...that miserable Sunday night game in the stadium's first year where Shaun Alexander ran roughshod over the Vikings' defense.  The only time they've won there was in Chilly's first year.  

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41 minutes ago, VikeManDan said:

I stand corrected, thanks for doing that research. Looks we'll play at one NFCS opponent in 2021 and 2022.

Yeah, thankfully, that at Seattle run will end when they actually come to US Bank in 2021 and hopefully, avoid them altogether in 2022.

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2 hours ago, Krauser said:

Vikings played in ATL in 2015 (Barr downfield forced fumble game) and 2017 (low scoring comeback win led by Keenum).

5 of the last 6 regular season games (including 2020) between the Vikings and Seahawks have been in Seattle, with the one exception being the game late in 2015 at TCF Bank where half the defense was injured and the Vikings got routed.

Minnesota hasn't beaten Seattle since 2009: 6 consecutive losses including 2012 (despite 200 yards from Peterson), 2013 (one of Ponder's worst games, with 2 picks in the 4th quarter including a pick 6), 2015 in Minnesota (one of Wilson's long TDs was over Antone Exum IIRC), the ice bowl playoff loss (Walsh shank), 2018 MNF vs the neon green uniforms that led to DeFilippo's firing and the shootout last year.

I was there. Only regular season Vikings game I have ever been to.

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