Vikings get another chance at Vikings title The Vikings get another shot at the NFC title with win over Vikings
The Vikings have clinched the NFC Wild Card and will host the NFC Championship Game in Minneapolis.
The Vikings were the defending NFC champions in 2012.
They lost to the Saints and Bears in the playoffs.
The team will take on the Green Bay Packers in the first round.
Minnesota had a 3-3 record against NFC playoff teams.
They have a 2-1 record against teams from the NFC North.
The Packers are 3-0 against NFC North teams.
The Bears are 3.5 games back of the Vikings.
The Vikings lost to Washington on Sunday and they play the Vikings on Monday.
The Saints beat the Bears on Sunday.
The Bears beat the Vikings last season.
The NFC Wild card will be awarded to the team with the best record in the NFC in both games.
The Falcons beat the Eagles last week, but the Falcons have not played a home game since their Week 1 victory over the Panthers.
The Eagles beat the Falcons last season, but have not been to the NFC wild card since 2013.
The Lions beat the Panthers on Sunday, but Detroit is 3-2 against NFC wild cards.
The Giants beat the Packers on Sunday in their season finale.
The Panthers beat the Giants in their playoff opener last year.
The Rams beat the Patriots last week in a preseason game.
The Steelers beat the Seahawks last year, but Pittsburgh is 3.6 games behind the Rams.
The Cardinals beat the Rams in a season finale last season in the regular season finale at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
The Bengals beat the Bills last week.
The Broncos beat the Jets in Week 6 in the preseason.
The Browns beat the 49ers in Week 5 in the season opener.
The Raiders beat the Chiefs last week and the team is 5-1 against NFC Wild Cards.
The Buccaneers beat the Saints last week at home.
The Redskins beat the Jaguars in Week 2 and have won three straight games against AFC teams.
The Saints are 2-2 in the past three meetings.
The Seahawks beat the Broncos in Week 1 last season and won the division.
The Titans beat the Bengals in Week 4 in the divisional round and have defeated AFC playoff teams in three straight meetings.