minnesota vikings Landover Tickets
There is plenty going on for the Vikings in 2016 NFL season. First, their new stadium is opening up this season. The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in downtown Minneapolis will open up as the Vikings new home in 2016. Second, their last year’s statistics have been so impressive that the fans are sure that the 2016 season will be unlike any other; who knows, the Vikings may break their four Super Bowl games losing streak this season. Third, there is a minor social media controversy (more of a concern) making rounds among the Vikings fans. The chatter is about whether the Vikings are changing their helmet design. Will this season be unlike any other since 1961? You can find that out for yourself by getting Minnesota Vikings Landover tickets now.
The Minnesota Vikings are entering the 2016 season with 11-5 (2015) statistics and as champions of the NFC North.
The Vikes: 1961 – 2015
The Vikings are the team of football legends such as Daunte Culpepper, Randy Moss, Warren Moon, Brett Favre, and countless others. Currently, they play under the guidance of head coach Mike Zimmer. Under Zimmer’s guidance, the Vikings have an 18-14 record. Zimmer, along with Dennis Green, Jerry Burns, and Bud Grant, are some of the most notable head coaches that the Vikings have had since its inception.
Currently, the Vikings play with Teddy Bridgewater (QB), Matt Asiata (RB), Zach Line (FB), Moritz Bohringer (WR), Kyle Carter (TE), Joe Berger (C), Alex Boone (G), Willie Beavers (OT), Theiren Cockran (DE), Kenrick Ellis (DT), and others.
The Vikings and their Rivalries
Who hasn’t heard of the Vikings-Packers rivalry? This is perhaps the biggest NFC North rivalry. Other than the Packers, Vikings have also battled it out with the Detroit Lions and the Chicago Bears. But if you want to see your favorite team up against the giant of NFC East, the Washington Redskins, you need to get hold of Minnesota Vikings Landover tickets today. These tickets are fast selling out and you don’t want to miss cheering for your favorite team in the nation’s capital.