The time and date for the Minnesota Vikings Divisional Round playoff game at U.S. Bank Stadium have been determined. Don’t miss a minute of the action!
While it may only be Wild Card Weekend in the NFL, there are four teams that are already looking ahead to the Divisional Round of the playoffs: The New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Minnesota Vikings.
While fans won’t know the opponents for their games played on January 13th and 14th, we do know the dates and times that the games will be played as well as the three possible opponents they will face.
Here is the current schedule for the divisional playoff games according to the official website of the National Football League:
NFL DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS
Saturday, January 13th
- Philadelphia Eagles vs lowest-seeded NFC playoff team – 3:35 PM (CT) on NBC
- New England Patriots vs lowest-seeded AFC playoff team – 7:15 PM (CT) on CBS
Sunday, January 14th
- Pittsburgh Steelers vs highest-seeded AFC playoff team-12:05 PM (CT) on CBS
- Minnesota Vikings vs highest-seeded NFC playoff team – 3:40 PM (CT) on FOX
As you can see, the Vikings will have the final game of the week, as they have the late afternoon time slot on Sunday, January 14th.
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We do know that their opponent will one of the top 3 teams from the NFC’s Wild Card Weekend, which would put them up against one of the following three teams:
- Los Angeles Rams (3rd seed)
- New Orleans Saints (4th seed)
- Carolina Panthers (5th seed)
The teams closest to the top of that list will be facing Minnesota at U.S. Bank Stadium, so all eyes will be on the game between the Rams and Falcons since a Los Angeles victory means they will be facing the Vikings. However, a Rams loss means the winner of the game between the Saints and Panthers would go up against Minnesota.
Which team do you think will be facing off against the Minnesota Vikings during the Divisional Round game of the NFL Playoffs? And which of the three teams scares you the most? Let us know in the comments below.