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Minnesota Vikings 2024 schedule released: Season begins on the road against New York Giants

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Minnesota Vikings 2024 schedule released: Season begins on the road against New York Giants

Mike Max talks shop with Vikings draft picks JJ McCarthy and Dallas Turner


Mike Max talks shop with Vikings draft picks JJ McCarthy and Dallas Turner

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MINNEAPOLIS— The Minnesota Vikings’ 2024 schedule was released Wednesday night and they open the season on Sunday, September 8 against the New York Giants.

Other highlights include a competition in London with the New York Jets on Sunday, October 6, and a game against Kirk Cousins ​​and the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, December 8 at US Bank Stadium.

In the preseason, the Vikings play at home against the Las Vegas Raiders and then hit the road to play the Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles.

The full schedule can be found below:

  • September 8 on the road against the New York Giants
  • September 15 at home against the San Francisco 49ers
  • September 23 at home against the Houston Texans
  • September 29 on the road against the Green Bay Packers
  • October 6 on the road against the New York Jets
  • Week 6: Day week
  • October 20 at home against the Detroit Lions
  • October 24 on the road against the Los Angeles Rams
  • Nov. 3 at home against the Indianapolis Colts
  • November 10 on the road against the Jacksonville Jaguars
  • November 17 on the road against the Tennessee Titans
  • November 24 on the road against the Chicago Bears
  • December 1 at home against the Arizona Cardinals
  • December 8 at home against the Atlanta Falcons
  • December 16 at home against the Chicago Bears
  • On the road on December 22 against the Seattle Seahawks
  • TBD on the road against the Detriot Lions

As of now, the Vikings enter the 2024 season with one big unknown: the starting quarterback. The team signed Sam Darnold in free agency after Departure of cousinsbut also drawn up JJ McCarthy from Michigan with the 10th overall pick in April. While the Vikings likely want McCarthy to wait a while before starting, fans – and players – may grow impatient if the historically underperforming Darnold fails to impress.

This will be a closely watched season for the Vikings, who went 13-3 and won the NFC North in Kevin O’Connell’s first year as head coach but won just seven games last year due to injuries to Cousins ​​and star receiver Justin Jefferson.

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