Since 2016, the Vikings have been playing their home games in U.S. Bank Stadium. The stadium is well known for its almost-deafening crowds.
That, on top of the facilities that stadium has to offer, helped the Vikings’ home field rank as the No. 1 in the NFL, according to our friends at Touchdown Wire. Mark Lane of Touchdown Wire wrote:
“The Minnesota Vikings managed to get a venue that mimics having a retractable roof without actually opening it up and exposing the fans and players to the inhospitable Minneapolis weather. The stadium also provides iconic scenes of downtown. The exterior is a bit asymmetrical, but it is nevertheless one of the more visually appealing venues in all of sports.”
As of now, the Vikings should be able to utilize their home-field advantage once again. The league expects to play with full stadiums in 2021. That should help plenty of teams affect opposing offenses with a hostile environment, Minnesota included.
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