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Harvin is key to winning in Chicago

Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is one of the most versatile players in the NFL. Harvin combined for a season low 23 yards in Minnesota's win over Arizona, but they'll need more from him if they want to win at Soldier Field.
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Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is one of the most versatile players in the NFL. Harvin combined for a season low 23 yards in Minnesota's win over Arizona, but they'll need more from him if they want to win at Soldier Field.

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