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Keeping Rodgers off the field is priority No. 1 for Vikings

These are the words that come to mind when thinking of the Green Bay Packers: Super, Bowl, Champions, Aaron, Rodgers, Touchdowns, Cheeseheads. That's why the Vikings' No. 1 priority Monday night will be stopping the best cheesehead, and Super Bowl MVP, Aaron Rodgers.
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These are the words that come to mind when thinking of the Green Bay Packers: Super, Bowl, Champions, Aaron, Rodgers, Touchdowns, Cheeseheads. That's why the Vikings' No. 1 priority Monday night will be stopping the best cheesehead, and Super Bowl MVP, Aaron Rodgers.

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