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2019 Minnesota Vikings Schedule: 2019 opponents and rumor tracker

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We know who the Vikings are playing, and on Wednesday we find out when.

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UPDATE #1: Rumors are circulating that the Vikings will open the regular season at home against the Atlanta Falcons. Nothing official on that yet.

UPDATE #2: NorthJersey.com is reporting that the Vikings will face the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium in Week 5.

UPDATE #3: Vikings at Packers Week 2 again according to Tom Silverstein:

UPDATE #4: Windy City Gridiron is linking to the entire Bears schedule, which includes Vikings at Bears Week 4. And...wait for it...Bears at Vikings Week 17 yet again.


The National Football League has announced that they will be releasing the 2019 regular season schedule on Wednesday. Since everything with the NFL today is an event, the reveal will be televised on both ESPN and the NFL Network, starting at 7:00 PM Central time.

The odds are pretty good, however, that we’re going to know a lot of what the schedule is going to look like before that, thanks to social media and leaks from other sources. That’s what we’re going to be tracking here.

As of today, the only rumor we’ve heard about the schedule for the Minnesota Vikings to this point is that they’re apparently going to be hosting the Philadelphia Eagles in the nightcap of the (now) traditional Thanksgiving triple-header on NBC.

We also know that the Vikings’ Week 1 opponent will not be the Chicago Bears or the Green Bay Packers, as they will be kicking off the season on Thursday night of Week 1.

With that, here’s a reminder of all the opponents the Vikings will face this season, and as we hear more rumors floating around about it, we will add them here.

Road Games: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks

Home Games: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, Atlanta Falcons