September 27, 2020; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson. Compulsory Credit: Brad Rampel – USA Today Sports.
Through a series of credible sources, the Minnesota Vikings 2022 schedule, in chronological order, is available.
Significantly, the Vikings began the season at home against the Green Bay Packers – and Kevin O’Connell’s first voyage took place on the streets of Green Bay and the Chicago Bears.
Also, the Vikings have three games on the holiday – home vs. New England Patriots at Thanksgiving, home against the New York Giants on Christmas Eve, and on New Year’s Day with the Packers on the streets of Lambo Field.
Subject to subtle changes, this is the Vikings 2022 schedule.
- Week 1: Green Bay Packers (9/11)
- Week 2: In the Philadelphia Eagles (MNF)
- Week 3: Detroit Lions (9/25)
- Week 4: At the New Orleans Saints (London) (10/2)
- Week 5: Chicago Bears (10/9)
- Week 6: Miami Dolphins (10/16)
- Week 7: Goodbye
- Week 8: Arizona Cardinals (10/30)
- Week 9: At Washington Commander (11/6)
- Week 10: Buffalo Bill (11/13)
- Week 11: Dallas Cowboys (11/20)
- Week 12: New England Patriots (Thanks) (11/24)
- 13 weeks: New York Jets (12/4)
- Week 14: At the Detroit Lions (12/11)
- Week 15: Indianapolis Colts (12/17 or 12/18)
- Week 16: New York Giants (Christmas Eve)
- Week 17: At Green Bay Packers (New Year’s Day)
- Week 18: At the Chicago Bears (1/8/23)
Every 2021 opponents win-lose, the Vikings have the 13th-easiest schedule in the NFL. Of course, this isn’t the director translator of the 2022 results, but the 2022 schedule isn’t as terrible as last year’s edition.
The Vikings are in favor of the Vegas predictors winning 8.5 games this season.
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