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Does losing hurt the Vikings' stadium chances?

The Vikings' chances of making the playoffs after starting 0-3 are very low. But even though they aren't winning, it doesn't necessarily mean they are hurting their chances of building a new stadium.
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The Vikings' chances of making the playoffs after starting 0-3 are very low. But even though they aren't winning, it doesn't necessarily mean they are hurting their chances of building a new stadium.

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