The Vikings Game This Week
Minnesota Vikings News, Analysis, Schedule: Week 15
The Vikings lost on the road to their division rivals, the Detroit Lions. Their defense fell flat as Minnesota fell, 34-23. Now, the Vikings game this week features the 10-3 Vikings heading back to U.S. Bank Stadium to take on the 4-8-1 Indianapolis Colts.
Simply put, the Vikings have not had terrific luck in recent history against the Colts. Indianapolis is on a six-game winning streak against the purple team. Overall, the two teams have met a total of 26 times, and the Colts lead the all-time series with a record of 18-7-1. Most recently, the Colts defeated the Vikings on September 20th, 2020, by a score of 28-11.
Minnesota Vikings News and Analysis
- A look back at the Debacle in Detroit.
- And here is everything the Vikings did poorly during that debacle.
- The Vikings signed a new rookie cornerback to help their secondary.
- Can the Vikings end a 25-year drought this weekend?
- Here’s how the playoff picture is shaping up for Week 15.
- The best Vikings defender may come as a surprise to you.
- Here are the updated power rankings for Week 15.
- After their loss, the Vikings must keep their foot on the gas in Week 15 and beyond.
- The Vikings need to generate pressure if they are going to win this weekend.
- Dustin Baker answers all your most pressing questions ahead of Week 15.
- Buffalo Bills (10-3)
- Miami Dolphins (8-5)
- New England Patriots (7-6)
- New York Jets (7-6)
- Baltimore Ravens (9-4)
- Cincinnati Bengals (9-4)
- Cleveland Browns (5-8)
- Pittsburgh Steelers (5-8)
- Tennessee Titans (7-6)
- Jacksonville Jaguars (5-8)
- Indianapolis Colts (4-8-1)
- Houston Texans (1-11-1)
- Kansas City Chiefs (10-3)
- Los Angeles Chargers (7-6)
- Las Vegas Raiders (5-8)
- Denver Broncos (3-10)
- Philadelphia Eagles (12-1)
- Dallas Cowboys (10-3)
- New York Giants (7-5-1)
- Washington Commanders (7-5-1)
- Minnesota Vikings (10-3)
- Detroit Lions (6-7)
- Green Bay Packers (5-8)
- Chicago Bears (3-10)
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-7)
- Atlanta Falcons (5-8)
- Carolina Panthers (5-8)
- New Orleans Saints (4-9)
- San Francisco 49ers (9-4)
- Seattle Seahawks (7-6)
- Arizona Cardinals (4-9)
- Los Angeles Rams 4-9)
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Week 15 NFL Schedule
Listed below are all 16 games that will take place around the league during Week 15 of the NFL regular season.
Thursday, December 15th
- (9-4) San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks (7-6), 7:15 PM CST, Amazon Prime
Saturday, December 17th
- (4-8-1) Indianapolis Colts @ Minnesota Vikings (10-3), 12 PM CST, NFL Network
- (9-4) Baltimore Ravens @ Cleveland Browns (5-8), 3:30 PM CST, NFL Network
- (8-5) Miami Dolphins @ Buffalo Bills (10-3), 7:15 PM CST, NFL Network
Sunday, December 18th
- (5-8) Atlanta Falcons @ New Orleans Saints (4-9), 12 PM CST, FOX
- (5-8) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Carolina Panthers (5-8), 12 PM CST, CBS
- (12-1) Philadelphia Eagles @ Chicago Bears (3-10), 12 PM CST, FOX
- (10-3) Kansas City Chiefs @ Houston Texans (1-11-1), 12 PM CST, CBS
- (10-3) Dallas Cowboys @ Jacksonville Jaguars (5-8), 12 PM CST, FOX
- (6-7) Detroit Lions @ New York Jets (7-6), 12 PM CST, CBS
- (4-9) Arizona Cardinals @ Denver Broncos (3-10), 3:05 PM CST, FOX
- (7-6) New England Patriots @ Las Vegas Raiders (5-8), 3:05 PM CST, FOX
- (7-6) Tennessee Titans @ Los Angeles Chargers (7-6), 3:25 PM CST, CBS
- (9-4) Cincinnati Bengals @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-7), 3:25 PM CST, CBS
- (7-5-1) New York Giants @ Washington Commanders (7-5-1), 7:20 PM CST, NBC
Monday, December 19th
- (4-9) Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers (5-8), 7:15 PM CST, ESPN
Josh Frey is a Class of 2020 graduate of The College of Idaho with a bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing as well as minors in History, Human Biology, and Journalism. When he’s not writing about the NFL, Josh can often be found training for a marathon, playing video games, or rooting for the Milwaukee Brewers and Bucks. For more of his opinions, NFL and otherwise, check out his Twitter account: @Freyed_Chicken