U.S. Bank Stadium
The incredible new home stadium for the Minnesota Vikings is known as U.S. Bank Stadium. Finishing construction in the summer of 2016, this amazing new venue opened its doors for the first time during the 2016 season to wonderful reviews.
The architectural design of this stadium is unmatched. Constructed with a fixed roof which not only provides protection from the harsh elements during the difficult Minnesota winter months, but also served to help sway the NFL to bring a Super Bowl to Minneapolis. The translucent walls and roof give the guests of this venue the added pleasure of experiencing the sights of downtown Minneapolis.
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The amenities in this venue stand out among the other fields in the league. Meticulously decorated suites make for unrivaled comfort, complete with theatre style seating for enjoying the game. A kitchen area with wet bar allows for guests to enjoy libations while premium catering takes care of the food with a delicious spread. Private restrooms and HD televisions also come in these suites.
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The Twin Cities added a team to the NFL back in 1961 and since then, the Minnesota Vikings have amassed some incredible accomplishments on their way to being known as one of the most vicious defensive teams in the league.
Their first two draft picks were put to good use as they selected Tommy Mason, a running back from Tulane (1st overall) and Fran Tarkenton, a quarterback from Georgia. This duo defined the Minnesota offense in the early years. However, the product on the field was sub-par and kept the Vikings out of the playoffs. 1967 brought some big changes to the Vikes with Bud Grant being hired as head coach, Mason signing with the Rams, and Tarkenton bring traded to the Giants for multiple draft picks. Among those chosen with the picks were Ed White and Hall of Famer Ron Yary. They also walked away with Hall of Famer Alan Page, completing the defensive front that would become known as the Purple People Eaters.
They would go on to make the playoffs in 12 of the next 15 seasons, 11 of them as division winners. Tarkenton returned to the Vikings in 1972 and kept the momentum going. The Vikings won four Conference Championships (three with Tarkenton), but came up empty each time in the Super Bowl. The Vikings teams of the 1980s, and 90s brought more playoff appearances, always ending in defeat. Even the 15-1 season with a then-record 556 points scored in 1998 ended in the NFC Championship game.
Star players would come and go over the years, and the Vikings went back and forth between disappointing seasons and ones where they looked poised for a deep playoff run. Today’s team seems to have reached the conclusion to their unusual evolution at the quarterback position. Paying an astounding $84 million in guaranteed money over three years to Kirk Cousins, the Vikings are heavily invested in this quarterback. Early returns were shaky as the team continued to struggle in 2018, but 2019 showed solid improvement. A signature win over Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints in the 2019 Wild Card game had expectations high for this club. Their great run would end in San Francisco the following week, however. This game would see the 49ers advance by a score of 27-10.
Everyone knows by now that Adam Thielen is an absolute beast at wide receiver. Although injuries limited the number of games he played in 2019, Vikings fans know that he will be back and better than ever for 2020. It will be interesting to see how the offense works without Stefon Diggs. This playmaker went over 1,000 yards for two straight seasons in Minnesota, but was shipped off to Buffalo for draft picks. The Vikings sought to fill this hole in the draft by selecting receiver Justin Jefferson out of LSU with the 22nd overall pick. Longtime Viking Kyle Rudolph signed on for a four year contract extension that will keep him in purple for the foreseeable future. He is always a reliable option at tight end. Dalvin Cook is a dual threat. The feature back for the team, Cook made the leap to the 1,000 yard rushing club in 2019 while also catching a ton of balls out of the backfield.
Defensively, the Vikings are always a fearsome opponent. Something about those purple jerseys rushing the quarterback always evokes memories of the Purple People Eaters taking down the opposition. Anthony Barr is a beast as a middle linebacker. The backfield, led by Harrison Smith ensures that teams will not throw deep too often. Head Coach Mike Zimmer is hoping to bring the pieces of this puzzle together and have them gel in such a way that brings big success to the Twin Cities. Adding cornerback Jeff Gladney via the 31st pick in the 2020 NFL Draft could help in this effort.
An impressive plethora of players have suited up for the Vikes over the course of their history. Among the most talented are Randy Moss, Cris Carter, Fran Tarkenton, John Randle, Alan Page, Jared Allen, and Adrian Peterson. A more detailed history about the Minnesota Vikings teams of past and present can be found by clicking here.
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