Posted by Hacker News on September 19, 2018 09:25:47 The Minnesota Vikings are not one of the more surprising teams to come out of the preseason, but they do have a fairly solid slate.
There’s plenty of games to look forward to in 2018, and the only thing we need to know is which of the four remaining teams is going to have a winning record by the end of the season.
For that, we turn to our database of NFL playoff odds, and there’s plenty to be excited about for 2018.
We’ve included a list of all 32 teams’ remaining regular season games, as well as their playoff odds based on those games.
The Vikings have only one game remaining to play, but with two wins already in hand, they have a good shot at the playoffs.
There are a few things to keep in mind.
First, this is just a look at the remaining games.
There could be other games left that will change the course of a season, as the Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks are tied for first in the NFC North, and with the Patriots and Chargers tied for third.
Second, we’ve included only the teams with at least one game left to play in the regular season, and we have not included the rest of the division.
There is still plenty to look ahead to in the 2018 season, but we’ve also included some interesting teams that have a lot of potential.
Let’s get to it.
Vikings vs. Jaguars at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome The Vikings face off against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Mercedes-Car in the Superdomes.
Both teams are undefeated heading into the season, with the Jaguars winning just twice in 2017, and Minnesota having two losses.
The Jaguars, who are currently ranked No. 11, are on a roll, with wins over the Steelers and Cowboys, while the Vikings have dropped three straight to the Lions and Raiders.
Both of these teams have a chance to be a factor in the division in 2018.
The Raiders, who currently hold a 3-1 record against the Vikings, have won five of their past six games.
They also beat the Titans on the road last week, but that came on a short week with the team facing a bye week.
The Falcons are coming off a win over the Panthers on Sunday night, while Minnesota will be without starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater for the week.
Both the Falcons and Vikings have a shot to win the NFC South, which is a tough task for both teams.
The division has three teams with winning records in the preseason: Atlanta (3-0), Dallas (2-1), and Minnesota (2.5-1).
The Jaguars and Falcons will be the only remaining teams left standing, with two more games left to go.
Jacksonville at the Minnesota State Fair The Minnesota State Park is a popular destination for many, as it’s the home of the Minnesota Zoo, the Minnesota History Museum, and a variety of other attractions.
The fairgrounds are packed with kids and adults from all over the Twin Cities area, but you can’t miss the Vikings game against the Jaguars at Minnesota State.
The Minnesota football team will be playing their home opener against the visiting St. Paul Saints, but the Vikings will be making their first visit to the Minnesota state fairgrounds since the start of the 2017 season.
It’s a very important game, as both teams have been known to be in a losing streak, including the last time they played in the state fair.
The St. Louis Rams play the Minnesota Timberwolves in the season opener, but it’s a relatively small game in the overall playoff picture, as Minnesota has won just two games in its past eight games.
Both games will be played in St. Peter’s Park, which has been a hotbed of Vikings fandom.
It will be interesting to see how fans will react to the two teams.
We have the Minnesota Wild, the Los Angeles Rams, and Dallas Cowboys on our list of teams to watch in 2018 as well.
Wild at the Vikings Wild is coming off an impressive win over Dallas.
The Dallas Cowboys won the game in overtime with an Aaron Rodgers touchdown pass, but Wild quarterback Dak Prescott was able to keep his team alive by throwing two touchdown passes in the third quarter.
Prescott has thrown four touchdown passes since the Vikings beat the Dallas Cowboys in Week 4.
Wild has a chance at a winning streak of five games or more.
The Lions have lost their past two games, but their road win over Atlanta is their best result of the year.
The game will be a huge test for Detroit’s defense, which allowed just 24 points in their last game against Dallas.
There were a lot more positives for the Lions going into the game, but some of the biggest issues came from the defensive front.
The defensive line was very good last year, but has struggled since.
They were limited to just 10 sacks, and just two interceptions.
There will be plenty of questions surrounding the defensive line heading into next season.
There has been some buzz about the defensive backfield, but