The Minnesota Vikings have struggled through a few less-than-stellar seasons, but they have a talented team, a dedicated coach and a passionate fan base on their side. As a result, Minnesota Vikings Tickets will always be popular. Fans will have to wait a few seasons for the state-of-the-art Vikings Stadium, which is already in the works and expected to open for the 2016 campaign. All home games throughout the 2015 season will unfold at TCF Bank Stadium, a large establishment located within city limits that can hold well over 50,000 folks who buy tickets for the Vikings games.
Vikings fans will not have to wait long to experience their state-of-the-art arena, which is scheduled to open its doors in 2016 and include some of the most impressive architectural accomplishments in all of the NFL. Fans may not have to wait long for their next playoff appearance, which could come as soon as this season.
Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater gave the "Riders Up" call at the Kentucky Derby in early May, and that is not an honor bestowed upon just anyone. The sophomore quarterback will attempt to avoid the classic second-year jinx while continuing to develop his very impressive skill set and the chemistry of the Vikings in the process.
The team needs to solve the void at running back quickly, but they addressed their needs at wide receiver by luring Mike Wallace up from Miami upwards to a much cooler climate. His speed down the sidelines could be the perfect addition for Bridgewater. The 2014 season was a roller coaster of elation and disappointment following a season opener that suggested the Vikings might make some major noise. Fans can expect the team to be more consistent in 2015 while looking forward to big-time nonconference home games against the Chiefs, Seahawks and New York Giants.