The Minnesota Vikings belong to the NFC North. The Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers are also part of this division.
Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys (2), LA Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals and the Green Bay Packers.
The Greenbay PACKERS they won first and seccond Superbowl first they beat the cubs
14 wins since 1995 (that's not how long the vikings franchise has been it's just i was lazy) The Vikings' all-time record against the Packers entering 2011 is 47 wins, 51 losses, and one tie.
The actual schedule won't be released until sometime in April – probably the first or second week. The NFL does have its schedule release show on the NFL Network. But we do know who the opponents will be. They are as follows: Home: Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, Washington Redskins, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers Away: Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals
NO he played for atlanta falcons, greenbay packers, new york jets, and the minnesota vikings[minnesota vikings are the best football team]
They have been in Superbowl I which they lost to the Greenbay Packers and in Superbowl IV which they won against the Minnesota Vikings
Yes, the score was Vikings 38, Packers 26
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The Bears and the Packers have a bigger rivalry than the Vikings and the Packers do.
The Greenbay Packers play their home games at "Lambeau Field"
It depends on where you go. In Minnesota, the Minnesota Vikings are much more popular than the Green Bay Packers. In Wisconsin, I am sure the popularity is reversed.
they do not have a mascot