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Wilf expects Vikings to win NFC North

Vikings' owner Zygi Wilf has high expectations for 2012, so high in fact that he expects the Vikings to be division champions this season. Doing so would mean they go from worst to first and surpass the improved Chicago Bears and high-powered Lions and Packers.
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