The Minnesota Vikings are an NFL team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Vikings play their games out of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis. The Minnesota Vikings are the first team to both play in and lose four Super Bowls. Before the Minnesota Vikings moved to the Metrodome, they played their home games at Metropolitan Stadium. In the early days of the Vikings, Minnesota Vikings tickets were a hot ticket, with first-year Viking season ticket sales of nearly 26,000 and an average home attendance of 34,586.
The Minnesota Vikings went to four Super Bowls from 1969 to 1976, but were unable to win one of them. The Vikings lost to the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Pittsburgh Steelers and Oakland Raiders in their chronological Super Bowl appearances.
Perhaps the greatest Minnesota Vikings club of all time came in the year 1998, when the Vikings drafted Randy Moss to team up with outstanding possession receiver Cris Carter. Carter ran underneath routes and killed teams if they played a cover 2 defense against the deep threat of Randy Moss. The '98 Vikings finished a franchise best 15-1 but failed to win the NFC Championship game against the Atlanta Falcons, becoming the first 15-1 team to not reach the Super Bowl.
The purple and gold Minnesota Vikings returned to the NFC Championship game in 2000 under quarterback Daunte Culpepper. But the Minnesota Vikings were humiliated in that game, losing 41-0, the worst loss in franchise history. The Vikings are now coached by former cornerback/safety for the Chicago Bears, Leslie Frazier.
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