The Minnesota Vikings will start the 2015 season on the road, for the sixth time in the last seven years, with a Monday night game at San Francisco.
They'll travel the final week, too, with a visit to Green Bay for the first January regular season game between the two rivals.
The NFL released the schedule on Tuesday.
The Vikings also have a Thursday night game at Arizona on Dec. 10. Their final season outside at TCF Bank Stadium includes two games in September, one in October, two in November and three in December. The home slate starts against Detroit on Sept. 20.
The bye will be early, in Week 5, but three of their last five games will be at home.
Here's a look at the full schedule:
September 14: At San Francisco (ESPN)
September 20: Detroit (FOX)
September 27: San Diego (CBS)
October 4: At Denver (FOX)
October 18: Kansas City (CBS)
October 25: At Detroit (FOX)
November 1: At Chicago (FOX)
November 8: St. Louis (FOX)
November 15: At Oakland (FOX)
November 22: Green Bay (FOX)
November 29: At Atlanta (FOX)
December 6: Seattle (FOX)
December 10: At Arizona (NFL Network)
December 20: Chicago (FOX)
December 27: NY Giants (FOX)
January 3: At Green Bay (FOX)