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Frazier: Vikes goal is to 'squelch' talk of undefeated season

Head coach Leslie Frazier says the Vikings goal is pretty simple, beat Green Bay Monday night and end all talk about the Packers having an undefeated season. Green Bay is now 8-0, 11 games away from doing what only Miami Dolphins accomplished in 1972, winning every regular season and playoff game, capped off with a Super Bowl win.
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Head coach Leslie Frazier says the Vikings goal is pretty simple, beat Green Bay Monday night and end all talk about the Packers having an undefeated season. Green Bay is now 8-0, 11 games away from doing what only Miami Dolphins accomplished in 1972, winning every regular season and playoff game, capped off with a Super Bowl win.

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