The Vikings went 11-6 (.647) over their two seasons at the Gophers' TCF Bank Stadium, the best winning percentage ever by an NFL team in a temporary home (little consolation after Sunday's loss). They were 2-0 vs. the Bears and 0-2 vs. the Packers. The Vikings also lost a game there in 2010 after the Metrodome roof collapsed. Now, it's back to the indoors and U.S. Bank Stadium.

2014: The Vikings went 5-3 at home and 1-2 vs. the NFC North. Big performance: Rookie Jerick McKinnon had 18 carries for 135 yards in the team's first victory at TCF, 41-28 vs. Atlanta on Sept. 28.

2015: The Vikings went 6-3 at TCF and 2-1 vs. the NFC North. Big performance: Teddy Bridgewater completed 25 of 35 passes for 316 yards in a 28-19 victory over Detroit on Oct 25.

2016: In their first season in the new place, the Vikings will have regular-season home games against Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Dallas, the New York Giants, Houston, Indianapolis and Arizona. Their road games will be against Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Philadelphia, Washington, Jacksonville, Tennessee and Carolina. Dates and times will be released in April.