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Vikings' 2019 schedule released

April 17, 2019 11:37 PM

The Minnesota Vikings will appear on Sunday Night Football and Monday Night Football twice each next season, and will also make one appearance on Thursday Night Football.

The NFL officially released schedules for the 2019 season Wednesday night.

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The Vikings will open at home against Atlanta on Sept. 8, before going on the road to face Green Bay in week two on Sept. 15.

The team's first Sunday Night Football appearance comes when it travels to Dallas on Nov. 10.

The Vikings take on Washington on Thursday Night Football on Oct. 24. And they play at Seattle on Dec. 2 and play host to Green Bay on Dec. 23 on Monday Night Football.

In between is the team's second Sunday Night Football appearance - at the Los Angeles Chargers on Dec. 15.

The Vikings again end the regular season with a NFC North matchup against Chicago at home.

The full schedule is as follows:

Sept. 8 - vs. Atlanta, noon; Sept. 15 - at Green Bay, noon; Sept. 22 - vs. Oakland, noon; Sept. 29 - at Chicago, 3:25 p.m.; Oct. 6 - at New York Giants, noon; Oct. 13 - vs. Philadelphia, noon; Oct. 20 - at Detroit, noon; Oct. 24 - vs. Washington, 7:20 p.m. (Thursday Night Football); Nov. 3 - at Kansas City, noon; Nov. 10 - at Dallas, 7:20 p.m.; Nov. 17 - vs. Denver, noon; Dec. 2 - at Seattle, 7:15 p.m. (Monday Night Football); Dec. 8 - vs. Detroit, noon; Dec. 15 - at Los Angeles Chargers (Sunday Night Football), 7:20 p.m.; Dec. 23 - vs. Green Bay, 7:15 p.m. (Monday Night Football); Dec. 29 -  vs. Chicago, noon.


 

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