The divisional weekend of the series ends with what appears to be an exceptional showdown, the best of this round, on paper, between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints at US Bank Stadium in Minnesota.
The Vikings have an excellent opportunity to become the first team to play at the Super Bowl in their local stadium. The second seed of the NFC is probably the most complete team in the field. His defense was exceptional. And his offense, led by unusual star Case Keenum, has been striking in his own right. This is a great team, and a favorite worthy of representing the NFC in big game in three weeks from today.
Time, TV channel, and streaming info
- Time: 4:40 p.m. ET
- Location: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis
- TV: FOX
- Streaming: Click here
However, the Saints are not without opportunity, especially because they will be able to play on their favorite fast lane inside the United States dome. Bank Stadium. Drew Brees and the Saints attack can still score points in clusters, and it could be the odd team to have some favorable clashes against the Minnesota defense. However, it is unlikely that the game is a shot. And then the defense of the Saints will have to keep the Viking attack under control.
The kickoff is shortly after 16:30. AND. The game will be broadcast on FOX. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman have the call. The action can be transmitted for free with a cable subscription on PC, mobile phone or tablet via Fox Sports Go, which can be found here. The Fox Sports Go app can be downloaded through the iTunes store and the Google Play store.