The Vikings got back to .500 after defeating the Lions in their home opener, and the general morale of the coaching staff and team seems (understandably) much higher than it did following Week 1.
Both teams are 1-1, and while the Vikings will be playing their second consecutive home game, this will be the Chargers’ second road game in a row. The Vikings, who have a 5-6 record all-time against the Chargers, last played San Diego in Week 1 of the 2011 season, a 24-17 Charger win. Before then, the teams hadn’t met since 2007, in which Adrian Peterson set the NFL single-game rushing record with 296 yards en route to a win.
Heading into Week 3, what does the offensive match up look like between Minnesota and San Diego?
Although the offensive line has some weak spots due to injuries, previous-concern Matt Kalil has had a great start to his season.
— NFC North Bar Room (@AldoBarkeeper) September 23, 2015