MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - Stefon Diggs knew exactly what to do.
"Keenum fires end zone, touchdown, Diggs!"
Now, tap your heels together three times and think to yourself, there's no place like home.
"You know, I don't have red shoes, but I got some purple ones. Vikings edition," said Diggs, the Vikings wide receiver, alluding to the famous 1939 film, "The Wizard of Oz."
With that, capping off a 13-3 season, all of those purple shoes will be back at U.S. Bank Stadium, where they're 7-1 this season.
Historically, the Vikings are tough at home in the playoffs, 13-8 all-time. Although their last home playoff game, at TCF Bank Stadium two years ago, was a wild ending to wildcard weekend with kicker Blair Walsh missing a 27-yard field goal that would've most likely sealed a Vikings win.
This season, the Vikings are better, scoring a first round bye and hosting a Divisional Round game for the first time since 2009, when the Vikings cruised past the Cowboys, 34-3.
In fact, all-time, the Vikings are 7-3 in Divisional Round home games and have won 4 straight dating back to 1975, when Drew Pearson pushed off, completing the first ever "Hail Mary" and spoiling the Vikings' Super Bowl shot.
Still, there's no place like home, plus, what are the odds that'll happen again?
"I've got a crystal ball and I've got a - what is that - a wood spirit hanging in my office. So, there's no damn curse," said Mike Zimmer, the Vikings Head Coach.
The Vikings will host either the Rams, Saints, or Panthers on Sunday, Jan. 14. Kickoff is at 3:40 p.m.