Minnesota Vikings Statistics
The Minnesota Vikings is an American football franchise based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The team was established in 1961 and is part of the National Football League's NFC North division. Since then, the team has taken part in the NFL playoffs 26 times, reaching four Super Bowls in 1970, 1974, 1975 and 1977.
This list encompasses the major records set by the team, its coaches and its players. The players section of this page lists the individual records for passing, rushing and receiving, as well as selected defensive records. The team has had two full-time home stadiums since its establishment – Metropolitan Stadium and the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome – although it is due to have a new stadium in time for the 2016 season; attendance records, both home and away, are included on this page.
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