Vikings Say Goodbye To Metrodome With Win Over Detroit

(Minneapolis, MN) -- The Minnesota Vikings and their fans have said their goodbyes in style to the Metrodome and Mall of America Field with a season-ending win over the Detroit Lions, 14-13. The dome will be torn down and replaced for the 2016 season with a nearly-one-billion dollar stadium on the same site. The Vikings finished in last place this season in the NFC North with a 5-10-1 record and were without star running back Adrian Peterson due to an injury. Head coach Leslie Frazier is on the hot seat, having won just 21 games in a little more than three seasons guiding the Vikings.