Nov 17, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson (28) leads teammates out of the tunnel during pre game warm ups prior to the game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

Vikings Home & Away Opponents Set For 2014

Since the last pace teams in two other NFC divisions have been confirmed, the Vikings now know who their opponents will be next season.  Sadly, we haven’t figured out when these teams will play next season.  We will have to wait for the official schedules to be announced before we know for sure.


Nov 9, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Gopher players hold up the Governor

Vikings Home Opponents

New England Patriots

New York Jets

Atlanta Falcons

Carolina Panthers

Washington Redskins

Green Bay Packers

Detroit Lions

Chicago Bears


Dec 8, 2013; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless (81) celebrates a touchdown catch during the fourth quarter against the Atlanta Falcons at Lambeau Field. Green Bay won 22-21. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Vikings Road Opponents

Buffalo Bills

Miami Dolphins

New Orleans Saints

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

St. Louis Rams

Green Bay Packers

Detroit Lions

Chicago Bears

We hope to see more wins from this Vikings squad in 2014.  This will be the Vikings first season calling The Gopher Hole their home field.  Make sure to get out there and see the team battling other teams and the elements.

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  • Jarrett

    Tough road ahead… Lots of changes are going to need to be made if we don’t want this season all over again.

  • 3kolu

    The outdoors could prove to be a game changer, maybe even a call back to the past glory days of the purple people eaters.

  • Tommy Yarbrough

    Looks like their schedule MIGHT BE a LITTLE easier than 2013 was, but I’ll still say it’s a wait and see thing…depends on how much the Vikings improve, and whether they improve in the right areas. I think it should be a real blast for the team to git it on for the next two seasons outdoors at TCF Bank. I’m guessing, though, that quite a few of the players don’t share my same sentiment. We can only hope that they adapt to the elements quickly, and other teams that must visit there freeze their asses off. Perhaps New England and the Jets will handle winter in Minnesota well enough, but it could be a safe bet that Carolina, Atlanta, and Washington could have some trouble adjusting. Let’s hope so, AND HOPE that the 21st century Vikings will handle it like the Viking teams of old did. I’m sure that when the weather gets frigid, opposing coaches will allow heaters for their players, but so will Coach Frazier. These next two seasons may bring back some very fond memories of those glory days of Sir Francis, and the Purple People Eaters, as 3kolu mentions, but times change, and so do people / players. It’s probably a given that over 90% of the team would tell you they’d rather be indoors, but, hey, ce’ la vie. “You’re professionals, act like it, and grin and bear it. These guys shouldn’t let any weather affect their performance and concentration ONE IOTA. Ask one of the greatest players, AND COACHES of all time. Alan Page and Coach Bud Grant.