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Since 1994, the Detroit Lions are an absolutely woeful 5-22 SU/9-15-3 ATS at the Minnesota Vikings. Also of note: The under has hit in 8 of the last 9 Lions-at-Vikings games and is 19-8 in the last 27 meetings.

Minnesota Vikings Betting News for February 2024

Minnesota Vikings Game Schedule 2024: (29 games)

Saturday, 14 Aug: Denver Broncos vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Saturday, 21 Aug: Indianapolis Colts vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 19 Sep: Minnesota Vikings vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 26 Sep: Seattle Seahawks vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 03 Oct: Cleveland Browns vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 17 Oct: Minnesota Vikings vs Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium

Thursday, 09 Dec: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Monday, 20 Dec: Minnesota Vikings vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Friday, 27 Aug: Minnesota Vikings vs Kansas City Chiefs at Geha Field at Arrowhead Stadium

Sunday, 12 Sep: Minnesota Vikings vs Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium

Sunday, 07 Nov: Minnesota Vikings vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 14 Nov: Minnesota Vikings vs Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 28 Nov: Minnesota Vikings vs San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

Sunday, 26 Dec: Los Angeles Rams vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 11 Sep: Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Monday, 19 Sep: Minnesota Vikings vs Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field

Sunday, 25 Sep: Detroit Lions vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 02 Oct: Minnesota Vikings vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 09 Oct: Chicago Bears vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 16 Oct: Minnesota Vikings vs Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium

Sunday, 30 Oct: Arizona Cardinals vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 06 Nov: Minnesota Vikings vs Washington Football Team at FedExField

Sunday, 13 Nov: Minnesota Vikings vs Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium

Sunday, 20 Nov: Dallas Cowboys vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Thursday, 24 Nov: New England Patriots vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 04 Dec: New York Jets vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 11 Dec: Minnesota Vikings vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Saturday, 24 Dec: New York Giants vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 01 Jan: Minnesota Vikings vs Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field

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The Minnesota Vikings

While the statistic that historically dogs the Minnesota Vikings franchise is the team’s 0-4 record in Super Bowls (and the team’s fans have become too cynical to even consider Super Bowl LIII as a possible redemption story), this mark of futility belies a long history of overall success in the NFL. After all, the Vikings have the sixth-best all-time cumulative record in the NFL and made the playoffs in 26 of their first 40 seasons. Still, that goose egg and those familiar feelings of disappointment in January…

Foundation of the Vikings for the 1960 season represented the NFL’s fourth attempt to base a team in Minnesota, but the first since the 20s. After most of the 60s passed by with the Vikings mostly losing, fortunes changed with the hiring of Bud Grant as head coach. Grant would ultimately become the central figure in Vikings history, getting his team into the playoffs in 12 of his 18 seasons, including all four Super Bowl appearances to date. Grant’s famed defenses of “Purple People Eaters” were the dominant force of their time, a top-3 defense in points allowed seven times between 1969 and ’76.

Since losing to the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XI, the Vikings have not returned to the championship game, instead in winning seasons crushing hope with heartbreaking and/or ineffable clutch losses. Observe the emotional rollercoaster which is Minnesota Vikings history…

After Grant’s retirement following 1985, just two years passed before the Vikings were playoff bound again. After first blowing a 24-14 fourth-quarter lead over Washington in the final week of the regular season to get dropped in the playoff seeding, the Vikings roared back to put up 80 points in the first two playoff games, only to lose to none other than Washington in the NFC championship game when Darrin Nelson couldn’t hold on to a touchdown catch with under a minute to play.

The Dennis Green Era, oddly enough, has easily been the Vikings’ most successful run to date. (Did you know…?) In his nine full seasons as head coach, Green got the Vikings into the playoffs, seemingly continuously rotating in veteran QBs on their last legs: Rich Gannon, Jim McMahon, Warren Moon, Randall Cunningham and Jeff George all got a shot as Vikings starter in the twilights of their careers, while Brad Johnson was at the helm for two seasons well prior to his prime.

Green’s Vikings nevertheless unloaded some doozies on the faithful in the 1990s, however: In ’98, a 15-1 season and a monster year by Randy Moss was ruined by Gary Anderson’s fourth quarter chip-shot field-goal whiff in the NFC championship game. Sensational youngster Daunte Culpepper was plugged at QB for the 2000 season, the team again made the conference championship and, as a 1-point favorite, rolled over for the 41-0 smoking by the eventual champion New York Giants.

Green left for Arizona and eternal memehood, while the Vikings were mostly ho-hum for much of the 2000s. Brett Favre was brought in for his final two seasons, and the grizzled Packer actually turned in credible enough of an ’09 season to again get the Vikings back to the NFC title match. In this game, despite three touchdowns by the unstoppable Adrian Peterson, the Vikings lost in overtime thanks in no small part to Favre’s red-zone interception with 14 seconds remaining in regulation.

More so-so ball followed, with just two wild-card game losses in the 10s … until 2017. With a top-5 defense, a healthy OL, a Cinderella story at quarterback and the Super Bowl hosted in Minneapolis, the 2017 Minnesota Vikings were a team of destiny if ever one were. Sure enough, the Vikings entered the NFC championship games as big favorites, only to flashback to 2001 and simply not show up to be trampled, 38-7, by the eventual champion Philadelphia Eagles.

What have the good folks of Minnesota done to deserve this sort of stuff, anyway…?