The Minnesota Vikings had a win during Wild Card weekend during the 2019 season. Heading into the 2020 season, there seems to be a lot of question marks about the team.

Gone are Stefon Diggs, Xavier Rhodes, and Trae Waynes, but the team had a strong draft by bringing in Justin Jefferson and Jeff Gladney in the first round. So how will this new look Vikings still led by Kirk Cousins do this year?

Let's take a game-by-game look at the Vikings schedule.

(Note: All predictions assuming that there will be fans in the stands)

Week 1 vs. Green Bay Packers

What better way for the Vikings to start their season than against their biggest rival at home. The Vikings are going to be hyped up for this game, and Justin Jefferson is going to have a big game in his first game in the NFL. Look for Kirk Cousins to start the season strong and lead the Vikings to a Week 1 victory. WIN

Week 2 at Indianapolis Colts

Much like the Vikings are going to be fired up for their first game of the season, the Colts are going to be fired up for the Week 2 matchup. This will be the first home game for Philip Rivers, which means the fans are going to be extra hyped up. Look for the crowd to get to Cousins and that will be the difference. LOSS

Week 3 vs. Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans made it all the way to AFC Championship game last year, but this is going to be a down year for them. Ryan Tannehill is going to go back to his old ways and struggle. The Vikings defense plays better at home with the crowd behind him, which will prove to be the difference. WIN

Week 4 at Houston Texans

The Houston Texans seem to be a wild card for how they will perform this year, but the Vikings have had issues containing quarterbacks that are mobile. This is going to be a close game that the Vikings almost win, but a late field goal by the Texans will finish off the game. LOSS

Week 5 at Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson, Colts

The Vikings almost made an incredible comeback last season against the Seattle Seahawks, but it proved they can compete in Seattle. There is going to be the chatter about Cousins going on the road, especially after the loss to the Texans. Look for him to rise to the occasion and lead the Vikings to a victory. WIN

Week 6 vs. Atlanta Falcons

The Minnesota Vikings have knocked off the Atlanta Falcons each of the last four times the two teams played, including in 2019 when they faced off. Dalvin Cook ran for 111 yards and two touchdowns in the game. This is going to be a blowout victory heading into the bye week. WIN

Week 7 BYE

The bye week comes at the perfect time as the Vikings get an extra week to prepare for the Packers.

Week 8 at Green Bay Packers

Even though the Vikings have an extra week to prepare for the Packers, they aren't going to get the job done in this game. The secondary is going to get picked apart by Aaron Rodgers, which will be the difference. This is going to be a loss by at least 10 points. LOSS

Week 9 vs. Detroit Lions

The Vikings have the Lions' number and it will be no different in this game in Minnesota. The Vikings are going to be mad after the loss to Packers and put on a show. Look for the starters to not play in the fourth quarter in this game because it will already so out of hand by that point. WIN

Week 10 at Chicago Bears

The Vikings have all kinds of trouble at Soldier Field, no matter what kind of team the Chicago Bears have. Even if it's Mitchell Trubisky starting for the Bears, the Vikings have no chance to come away with a win. This feels like a 10-7 loss at the hands of the Bears. LOSS

Week 11 vs. Dallas Cowboys

The Vikings went on the road to play the Dallas Cowboys in prime time last season and came away with a victory. In this matchup, there will be very little defense played, with the Vikings coming away with a victory late. WIN

Week 12 vs. Carolina Panthers

All eyes are going to be on Teddy Bridgewater as he makes his return to Minnesota as the starting quarterback of the Carolina Panthers. Bridgewater is going to play one of the best games of his career, which will be the difference. The Vikings will lose this game. LOSS

Week 13 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars are going to have a down year. Heading into US Bank Stadium isn't going to help their issues, with this game getting ugly early. Gardner Minshew will throw at least three interceptions, with the Vikings returning at least one for a touchdown. WIN

Week 14 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady, Buccaneers

It will be very interesting to see how well Tom Brady is playing at this point of the season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Vikings secondary is going to struggle against Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. The Vikings offense is going to almost keep up, but it won't be enough. LOSS

Week 15 vs. Chicago Bears

Returning home in Week 15 is going to be just what the doctor ordered to save the Vikings' season. Look for the Vikings defense to lock down whoever is starting at quarterback. This one won't be that hard to win. WIN

Week 16 at New Orleans Saints

The Vikings are going to have their most impressive win of the season in Week 16 against the New Orleans Saints. The Vikings slowed down Drew Brees last playoffs, and the defense is going to make it ugly. The Vikings will win this game by at least 10 points. WIN

Week 17 at Detroit Lions

The Vikings are going to end their season on a three-game winning streak. The Lions aren't going to have anything to play for, and Matthew Stafford probably won't be playing in this game. Look for the Vikings to win this game. WIN

Vikings' 2020 Record Prediction: 10-6