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Minnesota Vikings Playoff Details
Stefon Diggs changed things as a playoff hero in Minnesota. The Vikings, despite rolling out competitive teams every season, had some bad luck in the playoffs in years past. But in the 2017 NFC Divisional Round, things were different, thanks to one of the most memorable playoff plays in NFL history.
It had all the makings of playoff disappointment for Minnesota. But with a minute to go in the third quarter, back-up quarterback Case Keenum had the New Orleans Saints shutout, 17-0. And even with their offense humming and defense picking off QB Drew Brees twice, nobody in U.S. Bank Stadium felt safe.
New Orleans scored, and Keenum threw an interception on the next drive. The Saints opened the 4th with another score, and then added another.
With nine seconds left, the Vikings trailed 24-23. Keenum heaved a deep pass to Diggs in double coverage. Miraculously, the wide receiver came down with the catch, and managed to stay in bounds even though his momentum took him toward the sideline. Right as the clock hits zero, Diggs runs it in: a 61-yard walk-off touchdown. The crowd lost it, letting out decades of postseason catharsis. Diggs ran into the walkway, jumped and hugged and loved by his whole team. Vikings win, 29-24.
When do Minnesota Vikings Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
If the team is playing well enough to reach the postseason, Vikings playoff tickets usually go on sale around mid-December. The Vikings can either enter the playoffs by winning their division or win the Wild Card, with the former almost always happening first.
How Much Do Minnesota Vikings Tickets Cost?
While ticket prices vary, Minnesota Vikings playoff tickets average $190 on the resale market. This can be influenced by many factors, including the location of a seat, round of the playoffs, opponent, and even the weather.