Get the info needed about the Minnesota Vikings and Carolina Panthers in Week 14 including time, date, channel, stream, refs, weather, announcers and more!
The Minnesota Vikings kept their winning streak going with a big win on the road against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 13, but their road trip continues in Week 14 as they head to North Carolina to take on the Panthers.
At 10-2, the Vikings are hoping to get home field advantage throughout the playoffs while the Panthers are sitting at 8-4 and are within striking distance of the NFC South crown as well as a postseason berth.
Fans won’t want to miss a moment of the action. Here is all the info fans will need in order to enjoy the Week 14 game:
- Game: Minnesota Vikings at Carolina Panthers
- Location: Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina
- Date: Sunday, December 10, 2017
- Time: noon CT
- Weather via NFLWeather: 33°F Clear, Wind: 6 mph West
- Injury report: As shared on The Viking Age (not yet available)
- Officiating crew according to Football Zebras: Head official Terry McAulay and crew
- Odds: Vikings favored by 2.5 points, according to SportsBook Review
- Expert picks: As shared on The Viking Age
- TVA staff picks: As shared on The Viking Age (not yet available)
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Places to watch the Game LIVE
- National broadcast: – none –
- Regional broadcast: CBS
- Local Broadcast coverage map: 506 Sports
- FOX Announcers: Jim Nantz and Tony Romo
- Online By Subscription: FuboTV
- With free subscription: USTVNow
Now that you have all the information you need in order to enjoy the Week 14 game between the Minnesota Vikings and Carolina Panthers, the only question left is who you think will win the contest. Leave your opinions in the comments below.