(Indianapolis, IN) -- The Minnesota Vikings head to Indianapolis to take on the Colts tomorrow at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Vikes opened the season with a 26-23 overtime win over the Jaguars at the Metrodome. Rookie kicker Blair Walsh booted four field goals, including a 55-yarder on the final play of regulation and the game-winner from 38 yards out in OT. After missing all of the preseason, Adrian Peterson rushed for 84 yards and two touchdowns for Minnesota Indianapolis opened with a 41-21 loss at Chicago, spoiling the NFL debut of top overall draft pick Andrew Luck. The Stanford standout threw for more than 300 yards and a touchdown, but was also picked off three times and lost a fumble.
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(Eden Prairie, MN) -- The Vikings and Colts have played 23 times dating back to when the Colts franchise was based in Baltimore. The Colts hold a commanding 15-7-and-1 advantage in the previous meetings. Tomorrow's game will mark the first for the Vikings at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, and only the third time Minnesota has played in Indiana. Minnesota lost games at the RCA Dome in 2000 and 2004. In fact, the Vikings have never won a road game in the series, losing all eight encounters in Baltimore and both matchups in Indianapolis. The last Vikings win in the series came in Minneapolis in 1997.