Getting Football Fever: Here’s the Full Minnesota Vikings 2022-2023 Schedule
It's the time in the summer when I start coming down with a case of football fever. SKOL! This season the schedule has been expanded to 17 games.
The NFL has played a 16-game regular season since 1978, when it added two games to each team's schedule. That expanded to 17 last year. The number of preseason games is dropped from four to three in 2021 as well. Each team will still have one bye week during the season.
The Vikings will open the regular season with a good ol' fashioned NFC North smash-mouth matchup when the Vikings host the Green Bay Packers at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday, September 11th.
Another big matchup with potential playoff implications comes on the final week of the season when the Vikings travel to Green Bay to face the Packers at Lambeau Field for a Sunday night game on January 2nd.
Minnesota Vikings 2022-22023 Schedule
- WEEK 1: Sun 9/11 - Green Bay at Minnesota (3:35 pm CT)
- WEEK 2: Mon 9/19 - Minnesota at Philadelphia (7:30 pm CT)
- WEEK 3: Sun 9/25 - Detroit at Minnesota (Noon CT)
- WEEK 4: Sun 10/2 - Minnesota vs. New Orleans in London (8:30 am CT)
- WEEK 5: Sun 10/9 - Chicago at Minnesota (Noon CT)
- WEEK 6: Sun 10/16 - Minnesota at Miami (Noon CT)
- WEEK 7: Bye
- WEEK 8: Sun 10/30 - Arizona at Minnesota (Noon CT)
- WEEK 9: Sun 11/6 - Minnesota at Washington (Noon CT)
- WEEK 10: Sun 11/13 - Minnesota at Buffalo (Noon CT)
- WEEK 11: Sun 11/20 - Dallas at Minnesota (3:25 pm CT)
- WEEK 12: Thu 11/24 - New England at Minnesota (7:20 pm CT)
- WEEK 13: Sun 12/4 - New York Jets at Minnesota (Noon CT)
- WEEK 14: Sun 12/11 - Minnesota at Detroit (Noon CT)
- WEEK 15: Sun 12/18 - Indianapolis at Minnesota (Time TBD)
- WEEK 16: Sat 12/24 - New York Giants at Minnesota (Noon CT)
- WEEK 17: Sun 1/1 - Minnesota at Green Bay (3:25 pm CT)
- WEEK 18: Sun 1/8 - Minnesota at Chicago (Time TBD)
Will the Vikings be a contender in 2022? Will Aaron Rodgers have another MVP season? Will Justin Fields make an impact as Chicago's sophomore quarterback? Will Detroit still be Detroit?