10 reasons why the Minnesota Vikings can win Super Bowl 54

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ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 10: Minnesota Vikings defensive end Hercules Mata'afa (51) and middle linebacker Eric Kendricks (54) celebrates making a stop during the game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings on November 10, 2019 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Matthew Pearce/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
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Vikings can win in tough environments

Unless Minnesota is able to capture home-field advantage throughout the playoffs this year, they will likely have to win a game or two on the road if they want to earn a trip to the Super Bowl.

So far this season, the Vikings are 3-3 away from home. However, they have also won three of their last four games on the road, so they have definitely improved in matchups outside of U.S. Bank Stadium as the year has progressed.

Back in Week 10, Minnesota came away with a big win on the road over the Dallas Cowboys in primetime. It was the type of victory that proved the Vikings can go into a tough environment and leave the field with a win.

Minnesota also came very close to getting a victory in a road matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 9. The Vikings ended up losing on a last-second field goal, but they still showed a bunch of fight during the contest that will prove to be useful come playoff time.

Minnesota’s toughest road game remaining on their 2019 schedule will go down in Week 13 when they travel to Seattle to face the Seahawks. If the Vikings can walk out of this matchup with a win, it will just add to the notion that an away game in the postseason isn’t going to stand in their way of making it to the Super Bowl.