5 most interesting games on the Vikings 2020 schedule

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1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Week 14

No team had as much offseason hype heading into the 2020 NFL season than the Buccaneers. The news of Tom Brady joining the team followed by the un-retiring of Rob Gronkowski already has the media thinking of a Super Bowl berth for Tampa Bay.

It’s not like the Bucs didn’t have reasons to pay attention to them anyway. Last season, Tampa Bay had the NFL’s best duo when it comes to receiving yardage with Chris Godwin and Mike Evans combining for 2,490 yards through the air.

When factoring in an excellent draft class featuring Minnesota natives Tyler Johnson and Antoine Winfield Jr. along with some solid defenders like Jason Pierre-Paul and Ndamukong Suh, Tampa Bay is a team the entire NFL will be watching.

The Vikings have won the last two games against Tampa Bay but that can’t be used to measure and Buccaneers team that likely won’t resemble anything Minnesota has seen from them in the past. This should be a high-profile game with a lot of attention from national media that the purple and gold could use to be catapult them into conversations about the league’s best teams.

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Which games on the 2020 NFL schedule do you think are the most interesting for the Minnesota Vikings? And are there other games on the schedule you think will be intriguing? Let us know in the comments section!