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Video: Vikings, Chargers recent history agonizing/awesome

The Vikings and Chargers don't play often, but when they do -- it tends to be an interesting game. Last year (the season opener) was a barnburner from the start. And the last time San Diego was here -- AP went wild.
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The opening kickoff of the 2011 season featured a Percy Harvin touchdown run vs. San Diego. Vikings fans were high-fiving everywhere, dreaming of the playoffs:

Back in 2007, Adrian Peterson went off for 296 yards against the Chargers. We'd call that a pretty decent day at the office:

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