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Cheeseheads for Vikings' fans

Can you imagine living in Minnesota without the Vikings? It's might become reality sooner than you think. Now imagine if Vikings country were really Packer land. That could happen too. That's the message one YouTube video is getting across.
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Can you imagine living in Minnesota without the Vikings? It's might become reality sooner than you think. Now imagine if Vikings country were really Packer land. That could happen too. That's the message one YouTube video is getting across.

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