Betting On Minnesota Vikings Online

This team has taken its fans on quite the roller-coaster ride in its 57-year history. The Vikings have reached the Super Bowl four times, but have never won. However, they have won four conference championships and 19 division titles. Since the league merger with the AFL in 1970, Minnesota has qualified for the playoffs 26 times, third most in the NFL. The team, which is one of four in the North Division of the National Football Conference, plays its home games at U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis. [+]

Things started off with a bang for Vikings’ fans in the team’s first game ever on Sept. 17, 1961. Rookie Fran Tarkenton made a spectular debut when he came off the bench to throw four touchdown passes and run for a fifth score to lead the Vikings to victory. Twenty-five years later in 1986, Tarkenton became the first Vikings’ player to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

In 1982, the Vikings moved into the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. They continued to enjoy an approximately .600 home winning record in the dome until their last game in 2013. From head coach Bud Grant, Tarkenton, Chuck Foreman and Alan Page to the stars of the new millennium, the Vikings’ tradition has remained the same.

Minnesota Vikings Next Regular Season Game

Use this feature to track the Vikings next opponent. Bettors will want to know if the club is home or away, and whether they’re playing a divisional rival.

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Minnesota Vikings Game Schedule

This feature charts the Vikings entire season. Divisional matches are the most important since each team in the NFC North plays a home-and-away game against their rivals.

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August 2019 (4)
Fri 9 Vikings 34 - 25 Saints +135 -156
Sun 18 Seattle Seahawks 19 - 25 Vikings +145 -167
Sat 24 Cardinals 9 - 20 Vikings +200 -244
Thu 29 Vikings 23 - 27 Buffalo Bills -167 +145
September 2019 (4)
Sun 8 Atlanta Falcons 12 - 28 Vikings +165 -192
Sun 15 Vikings 16 - 21 Packers +145 -167
Sun 22 Oakland Raiders 14 - 34 Vikings +330 -435
Sun 29 Vikings 6 - 16 Chicago Bears -105 -116
October 2019 (4)
Sun 6 Vikings 28 - 10 New York Giants -244 +200
Sun 13 Eagles 20 - 38 Vikings +160 -182
Sun 20 Vikings 42 - 30 Detroit Lions -141 +120
Thu 24 Redskins 9 - 19 Vikings +725 -1429
November 2019 (3)
Sun 3 Vikings 23 - 26 Chiefs -233 +190
Sun 10 Vikings 28 - 24 Dallas Cowboys +160 -182
Sun 17 Denver Broncos 23 - 27 Vikings +375 -500
December 2019 (5)
Mon 2 Vikings 30 - 37 Seattle Seahawks +135 -156
Sun 8 Detroit Lions 7 - 20 Vikings +440 -625
Sun 15 Vikings 39 - 10 Chargers -125 +105
Mon 23 Packers 23 - 10 Vikings +175 -208
Sun 29 Chicago Bears 21 - 19 Vikings -227 +185
January 2020 (2)
Sun 5 Vikings 26 - 20 Saints +300 -385
Sat 11 Vikings 10 - 27 49ers +270 -333

What Are The Current Minnesota Vikings Standings

The NFC North is a tough division, packed with a lot of history. Head-to-head results and divisional games are important tiebreakers. Keep an eye on those statistics.

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1 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 16 14 2 531 282 0.875
2 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 16 13 3 376 313 0.813
3 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 16 13 3 458 341 0.813
4 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 16 13 3 479 310 0.813
5 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 16 12 4 451 308 0.750
6 New England Patriots New England Patriots 16 12 4 420 225 0.750
7 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 16 11 5 405 398 0.688
8 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 16 10 6 314 259 0.625
9 Houston Texans Houston Texans 16 10 6 378 385 0.625
10 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 16 10 6 407 303 0.625
11 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams 16 9 7 394 364 0.563
12 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 16 9 7 385 354 0.563
13 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 16 9 7 402 331 0.563
14 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 16 8 8 280 298 0.500
15 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 16 8 8 434 321 0.500
16 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 16 8 8 289 303 0.500
17 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 16 7 9 381 399 0.438
18 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 16 7 9 282 316 0.438
19 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 16 7 9 361 373 0.438
20 New York Jets New York Jets 16 7 9 276 359 0.438
21 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 16 7 9 313 419 0.438
22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16 7 9 458 449 0.438
23 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 16 6 10 335 393 0.375
24 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 16 6 10 300 397 0.375
25 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 16 5 10 361 442 0.344
26 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 16 5 11 340 470 0.313
27 Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers 16 5 11 337 345 0.313
28 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 16 5 11 306 494 0.313
29 New York Giants New York Giants 16 4 12 341 451 0.250
30 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 16 3 12 341 423 0.219
31 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 16 3 13 266 435 0.188
32 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 16 2 14 279 420 0.125

Minnesota Vikings Online Betting Tips

Talk about quick starts. The Vikings came flying out of the gate last season, winning their first five games. Then, everything fell apart. A 3-8 collapse after their bye week took them right out of the playoffs. Some would blame injuries, others their inability to close out games. Whatever the cause, it’s time to focus on 2017 and a push for the playoffs.

Sam Bradford is likely to return as the starting quarterback this season. Teddy Bridgewater, who suffered a devastating knee injury last August, could potentially return sometime this year as well. It makes a huge difference for the Vikings as Bradford is not the answer behind center. Not for a playoff team. Bridgewater is a game-changer.

While the offense lost controversial star running back Adrian Peterson to free agency, they gained Latavius Murray and drafted Dalvin Cook out of Florida State. Their backfield has obviously improved. The Vikings need all the help they can get on offense, as they ranked 28th in the NFL last season.

Their defense is rock solid. It ranked third in the league last year and is one of the best in turnovers with a +11 in the takeaway department. The Vikings have some tough tests in their schedule, but a wild-card spot isn’t out of the question.

Where Can I Bet On Minnesota Vikings Online

Here’s a list of sportsbetting sites ready to take your Minnesota Vikings wagers. Our list allows you to stop searching for the right fit, because they’re all the right fit. That leaves more time for you to research and inevitably lay down the bets that matter most to you.

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