2024 Vikings Schedule Has Some Interesting Twists and Turns

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In its never-ending effort to grab all the eyeballs of the sporting public (although we won’t let them get all of the eyes here in Minnesota with the Timberwolves in the Western Conference Finals), the NFL released the 2024 schedule last week. There are some interesting contests in the schedule for the Minnesota Vikings, who will be traveling to London for a game this season.

The Vikings finished in third place in the NFC North division in 2024, so they won’t find themselves playing in lot of primetime or nationally televised games this season, which is great news for those who like noon kickoffs (eat your heart out, Kirk). After a difficult opening quarter of the season against the Giants, Niners, Texans and Packers, the Vikings travel to London for a home game in which they will “host” Aaron Rodgers and the New York Jets—a different uniform and locale for Vikings’ old rival, but it will be worth getting up to watch.

Speaking of Kirk, Cousins comes to town on December 8th and he will be wearing a new uniform when he suits up at U.S. Bank Stadium. He and the Atlanta Falcons are sure to enjoy quite the reception when they hit the field. 

The Vikings finish the season against the Bears (on Monday night in U.S. Bank), traveling to Seattle, hosting the Packers and then playing in Detroit against the Lions in the regular season finale. Here’s hoping that is the not the last game the Purple hosts this season.

There are roster changes and camp position battle to discuss this week and the fellas from Vikings Territory Breakdown podcast (Joe Oberle, senior writer at vikingsterritory.com and purplePTSD.com and Mark Craig, NFL and Vikings writer for the Star Tribune and startribune.com) are on hand to do it. So, tune in to the VT Breakdown and check it out.

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