The Schedule in 2013
The Minnesota Vikings are ready to take on anyone that dares to step on their home field,
which will include some of the top competition that the National Football League has to offer this season. The Vikings are
looking to make their mark in 2013, but they're going to have to overcome some tough games on their schedule to do so.
Vikings will host the Chicago Bears in December 1st in a great NFC North matchup between two franchises that know each other
well. The Vikes will do their best to slow down Chicago running back Matt Forte in this one. Forte is having a fantastic 2013
season, and is establishing himself as an elite running back in the National Football League. If the Vikings can stack the
box and make Chicago beat them through the air, then surely they have to keep an extra eye on wide receiver Brandon Marshall
at all times. Marshall is one of the top wideouts in the league and often demands a double team if opponents want to contain
Minnesota will take on another division rival on December 29th when the Detroit Lions come to town for the Vikings'
final home game of the regular season. The Vikings defense will have their work cut out for them in trying to slow down Detroit's
three best offensive players. Quarterback Matt Stafford, wide receiver Calvin Johnson and running back Reggie Bush form a
trio that is tough to match. The Vikes will have to contain this offense if they're going to finish out the regular season
with a home victory.
The Minnesota Vikings are a team in the National Football League that plays
in the NFC North division with the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears. The Vikings are looking to best their
division foes this season by leaning heavily on talented running back Adrian Peterson. Peterson is the NFL"s reigning Most
Valuable Player and considered by most to be the best back in the league. Peterson's combination of power and explosiveness
is unparalleled by any other player in the NFL right now, and potentially ever.
Peterson can't carry an entire team,
though, and the Vikings will need some production out of their passing game. The team brought in former Packer Greg Jennings
to help take the Minnesota aerial attack to the next level. On the defensive side of the ball, the Vikings have had a solid
group in place for years, but there is always room for improvement.
There is nothing better
than seeing a sporting event live and in person. Sports have been a part of cultures around the world for a very long time,
and spectators have always enjoyed watching athletes compete at the highest of levels. When you're there in the stands at
a sporting event like this one, you're treated to seeing some of the most talented athletes in the entire world going head
to head with everything on the line. There's nothing that compares to the atmosphere at a game, where you're surrounded by
fans that are all there to enjoy a great spectacle of sport.
The National Football League is the premier sports league
in the United States of America for a reason, as it boasts some of the most incredible athletes known to man. The NFL has
become renowned for its brand of exciting football that you can't find anywhere else in the world. With quarterbacks that
can put the ball anywhere on the field, running backs that can make a move to avoid a defender and be on a breakaway for the
end zone in no time, receivers that routinely make highlight reel catches and defensive players that put some of the hardest
hits on opponents game in and game out, the NFL is simply the cream of the crop when it comes to a sports-watching experience.
from all over the world love the National Football League, and there is even talk of the NFL going global. There are already
multiple games played in London, England each and every season, and many people thinks it's only a matter of time before the
league has teams based in Europe. The NFL is taking over for a reason, because it's simply riveting to see a game in person
when these amazing athletes hit the field to do battle on the gridiron.
Running back Adrian Peterson
is one of the best players to ever don a Minnesota Vikings uniform. Where did he go to college?
The answer is Oklahoma
University, where Peterson was a standout in the backfield before the Vikings drafted him.
Minnesota Vikings' origins date back further than 1960, but that was the year that they became the Vikings, a name alluding
to the Minnesota areas large population of Scandinavian descent. The team has had a lot of success over the years, making
the postseason more than 25 times in the history of the franchise. The organization has played in the Super Bowl four times,
but has failed to win in any of those appearances.