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Kevin Williams is ready to win

Kevin Williams was forced to sit at home and watch the Vikings give the first to games away. He said the Vikings can't afford to let that happen again, and that they "need to get it going this week" against Detroit.
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Kevin Williams was forced to sit at home and watch the Vikings give the first to games away. He said the Vikings can't afford to let that happen again, and that they "need to get it going this week" against Detroit.

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