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From their very first game, the Minnesota Vikings proved that winning is a big part of the team's makeup. A rookie quarterback named Fran Tarkenton came off the bench to lead Minnesota to a shocking 37-13 upset of the Chicago Bears in the franchise's debut. Every since, the Vikings have been among the league's elite that has included one NFL championship and three NFC crowns.
The Ring of Honor recognizes Vikings legends for their contributions to the success of the team on and off the field. Members of the Ring of Honor are recognized with a banner on the facade of the Metrodome’s upper deck, forever living in Vikings lore.
*Fran Tarkenton, Quarterback (1998)
*Alan Page, Defensive Tackle (1998)
*Jim Finks, Administrator (1998)
*Bud Grant, Head Coach (1998)
*Paul Krause, Safety (1998)
Fred Zamberletti, Athletic Trainer (1998)
Jim Marshall, Defensive End (1999)
*Ron Yary, Tackle (2001)
Korey Stringer, Tackle (2001)
*Mick Tingelhoff, Center (2001)
*Carl Eller, Defensive End (2002)
*Cris Carter, Wide Receiver (2003)
Bill Brown, Running Back (2004)
Jerry Burns, Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator (2005)