The Minnesota Vikings have announced that the Metrodome will not be available for the Vikings Monday night game against the Chicago Bears due to the roof damage caused by the snow storm this past weekend.  Metropolitan Sports Facilities members said inspectors found damage on the roof that was worse than what they had originally guessed.

The Monday night home game for the Vikings is planned to be held at The University of Minnesota’s TCF Bank Stadium which is now being cleared of snow by workers for the Vikings.  The Vikings are “committed to ensuring a home game in Minnesota for our fans” which they stated on Tuesday after playing a home game on Detroit’s Ford Field on Monday night.

  1. Rick says:

    Very well written article!