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Scott K

2007 schedule???

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Scott K

Does anyone know when the 2007 schedule is released?

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eyehunter

Wednesday April 11th. This coming from profootball talk

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Rick

We already know the teams we will be playing:

Vikings

Home Games-Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta, Oakland, San Diego.

Away Games-Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, San Francisco, Denver, Kansas City

Packers

Home Games-Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Washington, Carolina, Oakland, San Diego

Away Games-Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, St. Louis, Denver, Kansas City

Bears

Home Games-Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, St. Louis, Denver, Kansas City

Away Games-Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Washington, Seattle, Oakland, San Diego

Lions

Home Games-Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Tampa Bay, Denver, Kansas City

Away Games-Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Washington, Arizona, Oakland, San Diego

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Scott K

Thanks, but no dates yet, huh? 4-11 Im guessing dates will be released, I get free vikings tickets when they play packers in green bay, just hoping its earlier in the season then last year!

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eyehunter

How in the world do you manage to get free tickets in Green Bay when the Vikings are in town!!! I would have to think those tickets could fetch a pretty good price

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Scott K

A company my wife works for has a company that tries to win their business and they have several season tickets and and good ones at that! 12 row, 20 yard line. My wife being a cheese head, and me being a fan of the vikes, it pursuades her to give them some of their work. You scratch my back I will scratch your!

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LMITOUT

Week 1 vs. Atlanta, noon, on Sept. 9 (Fox)

Week 2 at Detroit, 3:05 p.m., on Sept. 16 (Fox)

Week 3 at Kansas City, noon, on Sept. 23 (Fox)

Week 4 vs. Green Bay, noon, on Sept. 30 (Fox)

Week 5 Bye (Oct. 7)

Week 6 at Chicago, noon, Oct. 14 (Fox)

Week 7 at Dallas, noon, Oct. 21 (Fox)

Week 8 vs. Philadelphia, noon, Oct. 28 (Fox)

Week 9 vs. San Diego, noon, Nov. 4 (CBS)

Week 10 at Green Bay, noon, Nov. 11 (Fox)

Week 11 vs. Oakland, noon, Nov. 18 (CBS)

Week 12 at New York Giants, noon, Nov. 25 (Fox)

Week 13 vs. Detroit, noon, Dec. 2 (Fox)

Week 14 at San Francisco, 3:05 p.m., Dec. 9 (Fox)

Week 15 vs. Chicago, 7:30 p.m., Dec. 17 (ESPN)

Week 16 vs. Washington, noon, Dec. 23 (Fox)

Week 17 at Denver, 3:15 p.m., Dec. 30 (Fox)

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Scott K

Thanks !

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eyehunter

If november 11th is going to be too cold for you to go....I'd glady go in your place. grin.gif

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I tell ya, I thought packerville was going to suck the first time I was there, last year it was 30 degrees and raining, really never got cold, that included 3 hours of tailgating. I thought I would have gotten beat up walking around in purple, I got sh*t thats for sure. But I wouldnt give up the tickets, unless it was deer hunting in wisconsin! I have to say they could make it more comfortable seating, rather than sitting on a bench!

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eyehead

Wow, the Vikes are goona have a tough schedule this year!!! crazy.gif

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