1974: Jim Finks quits as Vikings GM, and team president Max Winter hires Lynn as his assistant.
1975: Lynn becomes the third GM in Vikings history, and he remains the longest-serving person to hold that job.
1982: The Vikings beat Atlanta 30-24 in the NFC playoffs, then lose to Washington 21-7.
1983: The Vikings play St. Louis in the first NFL exhibition game in England.
1984: Jack Steele and John Skoglund enter into a blind trust with Lynn. Winter is forced out. Lynn is named executive VP and assumes complete authority.
1984: After a 3-13 season, Lynn fires Les Steckel as coach and coaxes Bud Grant out of retirement for one season.
1984: In a protest against rising salaries, Lynn lets first-round draft pick Keith Millard sign with the USFL's Jacksonville franchise. He joins the Vikings for the '85 season.
1985: Lynn acquires the rights to receiver Anthony Carter from Miami for linebacker Robin Sendlein and a 1986 second-round draft pick.
1986: Offensive coordinator Jerry Burns is hired to replace Grant. Lynn trades two second-round picks to the Giants for the rights to tackle Gary Zimmerman.
1987: Lynn ships two low draft picks to New England for Rich Gannon. The Vikings finish 8-7 and gain a wild-card playoff berth. They win at New Orleans and San Francisco in the playoffs before losing at Washington 17-10 in the NFC title game.
1988: The Vikings finish 11-5, their best record since 1976, and send nine players to the Pro Bowl. They beat the Los Angeles Rams in the playoffs 28-17 in the wild-card game before losing at San Francisco 34-9 in the divisional round.
1989: Herschel Walker joins the Vikings in a trade that costs them five players and seven draft picks.
1990: Lynn accompanies Vikings players and coaches to a New Mexico corporate retreat to improve team morale.
1990: Lynn resigns as Vikings executive VP and becomes president of the World League of American Football. The Vikings finish 6-10 and miss the playoffs.
|Seattle - LP: C. Furbush||8||FINAL|
|Cleveland - WP: J. Smith||10|
|Tampa Bay - LP: J. Lueke||5||FINAL|
|Toronto - WP: R. Dickey||7|
|NY Yankees - C. Sabathia||6:05 PM|
|Baltimore - F. Garcia|
|Cincinnati - J. Cueto||6:10 PM|
|NY Mets - S. Marcum|
|Philadelphia - C. Hamels||6:10 PM|
|Miami - A. Sanabia|
|Minnesota - K. Correia||6:10 PM|
|Atlanta - J. Teheran|
|Oakland - B. Colon||7:05 PM|
|Texas - J. Lindblom|
|Los Angeles - C. Kershaw||7:10 PM|
|Milwaukee - Y. Gallardo|
|Boston - J. Lester||7:10 PM|
|Chicago WSox - D. Axelrod|
|Kansas City - J. Guthrie||7:10 PM|
|Houston - D. Keuchel|
|Arizona - P. Corbin||7:40 PM|
|Colorado - J. Garland|
|St. Louis - S. Miller||9:10 PM|
|San Diego - J. Marquis|
|Washington - Z. Duke||9:15 PM|
|San Francisco - R. Vogelsong|
|Aug 9 - vs. Houston||7 pm|
|Aug 16 - at Buffalo||6 pm|
|Aug 25 - at San Francisco||7 pm|
|Aug 29 - vs. Tennessee||7 pm|
|2013 regular season|
|Sep 8 - at Detroit||Noon|
|Sep 15 - at Chicago||Noon|
|Sep 22 - vs. Cleveland||Noon|
|Sep 29 - vs. Pittsburgh (in London)||Noon|
|Oct 6 - Bye|
|Oct 13 - vs. Carolina||Noon|
|Oct 21 - at. NY Giants||7:40 pm|
|Oct 27 - vs. Green Bay||7:30 pm|
|Nov 3 - at Dallas||Noon|
|Nov 7 - vs. Washington||7:25 pm|
|Nov 17 - at Seattle||3:25 pm|
|Nov. 24 - at Green Bay||Noon|
|Dec 1 - vs. Chicago||Noon|
|Dec 8 - at Baltimore||Noon|
|Dec 15 - vs. Philadelphia||Noon|
|Dec 22 - at Cincinnati||Noon|
|Dec 29 - vs. Detroit||Noon|