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No TV blackout: Vikings-Cards game sells out

The Vikings home sellout streak is still alive. Team officials say all remaining tickets for Sunday’s Minnesota-Arizona game have been sold. That means no local TV blackout. Kickoff is at noon on Fox.
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The Vikings home sellout streak is still alive. Team officials say all remaining tickets for Sunday’s Minnesota-Arizona game have been sold. That means no local TV blackout. Kickoff is at noon on Fox.

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