Who did the Vikings lose to in 2017 playoffs?

Who did the Vikings lose to in 2017 playoffs?

2017 Minnesota Vikings season
Playoff finish Won Divisional Playoffs (vs. Saints) 29–24 Lost NFC Championship (at Eagles) 7–38
Pro Bowlers show 7
AP All-Pros show 4

Where did the Vikings play in 2015?

For the 2014 and 2015 seasons, the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL) used Huntington Bank Stadium as their home venue while their new venue, U.S. Bank Stadium, was under construction at the site of the Metrodome.

Did the Vikings make the playoffs in 2015?

The 2015 season was the Minnesota Vikings’ 55th season in the National Football League and their second under head coach Mike Zimmer. The Vikings improved on their 7–9 record from 2014 and clinched a playoff berth for the first time since 2012.

How many wins do the Vikings have all time?

The Vikings have an all-time overall record of 516–442–11 , the highest regular season and combined winning percentage among NFL franchises who have not won a Super Bowl, in addition the most playoff runs, division titles, and (tied with the Buffalo Bills) Super Bowl appearances.

Are the Vikings still in playoff contention?

The Vikings have been eliminated from playoff contention. The Lions have been eliminated from playoff contention.

Who was the Vikings offensive coordinator in 2017?

On January 25, 2016, the Minnesota Vikings named Shurmur their new tight ends coach. On November 2, 2016, the Vikings promoted him to interim offensive coordinator in the wake of Norv Turner’s resignation. He was confirmed for the position for the 2017 season.

Who owns TCF Stadium?

The university’s board of regents approved the change at a meeting on Tuesday by a 9-2 vote. The 50,000-seat facility opened for the Gophers on campus in 2009 as TCF Bank Stadium. Huntington Bank’s acquisition of the Minnesota-founded TCF Bank was finalized earlier this month.

What’s the name of the Vikings stadium?

U.S. Bank Stadium
Minnesota Vikings/Arenas/Stadiums
Construction of the stadium estimated 3.8 million work hours and created over 8,000 construction jobs, with as many as roughly 1,500 workers on-site at one time. U.S. Bank Stadium opened on July 22, 2016, with a two-day, public open house welcoming over 190,000 Minnesotans through its doors.

What years were the Vikings in the playoffs?

The Minnesota Vikings last made the playoffs in 2019, when they lost the Divisional Round. They’ve been in the playoffs a total of 30 times in their 60 seasons.

Are the Vikings out of the playoffs?

When do the Minnesota Vikings play on Sundays?

2017 Minnesota Vikings schedule and results. All games played on Sundays unless otherwise noted.

Who is the coach of the Minnesota Vikings?

The 2016 season was the Minnesota Vikings’ 56th in the National Football League and their third under head coach Mike Zimmer.

When did the Minnesota Vikings open their new stadium?

The team’s new stadium, U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, opened at the start of the season, with a regular season debut victory on September 18 against division rival Green Bay on NBC Sunday Night Football.

When did Minnesota Vikings get eliminated from playoff contention?

After starting the season with five consecutive wins prior to their bye week, the Vikings managed just three victories after the bye and were eliminated from playoff contention in Week 16 with a 38–25 road loss to the Packers.