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Know as, “The Purple,” the Minnesota Vikings are an incredible football franchise. Having not yet won a Super Bowl, the Vikings have a goal to aim for. Yet, the Vikings have come close. They have been making it into the playoffs, as well as making an effort at improving their team. Playing at U.S. Bank Stadium, the Vikings aim to take their franchise to new heights, not only in the NFC North Division but also in the NFL landscape.
Minnesota Vikings’ Standings
Below are the Vikings’ current standings. This chart shows the team’s performance compared to all the teams in the league and shows the Vikings’ performance in the conference and division.
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The Vikings hail from the state of Minnesota. In the franchise’s history, the Vikings won one League Championship in 1969. Yet, this was before the Super Bowl. They have won 4 Conference Championships, the most recent being in 1976. They have also won 19 Division Championships, the most recent being in 2000. They have been in the playoffs 28 times, the most recent time being in 2015. In the past five years, the Vikings have been in the playoffs twice.
One of the strengths of the Minnesota Vikings is their skilled players. Specifically running back Adrian Peterson. His performance over the last few seasons has been nothing short of incredible. Yet, one of the weaknesses of the Vikings is their overall teamwork and team play. During the previous 2015-2016 season, they finished first in their division, third in the conference, and seventh in the league. Although these are high finishes, and overall, are impressive, if the Vikings want to take their game to the next level, they need to improve their teamwork.
When betting on the Vikings, it’s essential to know their statistics from the last season. They won 11 games and lost 5, giving them a .688 win percentage. The Vikings scored 365 points for and allowed for 302 points against to be scored. This gives them a net score of 63.