3 Most Interesting Games for the Vikings in 2016
A retired engineer, Daniel Sheflin has two decades of experience that includes positions with both General Electric and Honeywell. A football fan, Daniel Sheflin enjoys following the Minnesota Vikings.

The 2016 NFL football schedule is out, and the Minnesota Vikings have an interesting slate ahead of them. Here are three scheduled games that stand out from the rest:

Green Bay Packers - Sept. 18

The Vikings face a stiff early season test from the Packers, who many believe are looking to avenge the ghosts of 2015 and make a statement that they are the team to beat in their division. Aaron Rodgers, in particular, is looking for a bounce-back campaign after an uncharacteristic 2015 where he failed to crack the top 10 in passing yards.

Arizona Cardinals - Nov. 20

The Cardinals came within a game of the Super Bowl last season and show no signs of slowing down, acquiring defensive end Chandler Jones in an off-season trade with the New England Patriots. If the Vikings want to prove themselves as contenders in the National Football Conference, this is a must-win game.

Dallas Cowboys - Dec. 1

If rumors are to be believed, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones at least flirted with the idea of trading the team’s 2016 first-round pick for running back Adrian Peterson before last season. The Cowboys found themselves with a 4-12 record last year, while the Vikings finished 11-5 and won the NFC North.
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