The NFL Network crew predict some of the big games this week, including predicting who will come out on top in Atlanta between the Vikings and Falcons.
During the 1969 season, the Vikings took on the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving and won 27-0, thanks in large part to Jim Marshall intercepting a pass, running 30 yards and making a no-look lateral to Alan Page, who returned it the final 15 yards for a touchdown.
View aerial images updated from both the northeast corner and then the southwest corner, showcasing the progress at U.S. Bank Stadium...
This week, Brian Robison makes the rounds in the locker room to ask his teammates several Thanksgiving-related questions, including dinner hissy fits, which teammate you wouldn't invite over for dinner, their best turkey gobbles, and much more.
Despite the near-freezing temperatures and the less-than-ideal outcome, Vikings fans showed up in a big way for last Sunday's showdown with the Packers, helping to make the gameday atmosphere at a Vikings home game one of the best in the NFL.
Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph has supported the local Muscular Dystrophy Association since his rookie year, and he continued giving back recently by bringing several teammates along to the 2015 MDA Gala.
Mike Wobschall addresses fan comments and questions, including looking at the Vikings' perceived issues playing on a national stage, the hits Teddy Bridgewater took on Sunday, the lack of turnovers forced by the defense this season, the team's playoff chances and more.
Linval Joseph has emerged as arguably the top defensive tackle so far this season in the NFL. See what helps make him such a destructive force on the field, and make sure to visit vikings.com/probowl to help Joseph and all Vikings players make the Pro Bowl.
This early-week Wobcast looks back on Sunday's tough loss to Green Bay and tries to find some positives from the defeat, as well as looking ahead to three of the four NFC North teams playing on Thanksgiving. Plus, what is Wobby thankful for?