Playoffs? Only if Vikes run table -- maybe

The Vikings are just 2-6 going into the bye week, and Coach Leslie Frazier says his team basically can’t lose again if they want to think about playing “meaningful games” in December. He told reporters that beating Carolina yesterday was the first step in getting there -- calling the 24-21 victory “extremely, extremely” important.
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The Vikings are just 2-6 going into the bye week, and Coach Leslie Frazier says his team basically can’t lose again if they want to think about playing “meaningful games” in December. He told reporters that beating Carolina yesterday was the first step in getting there -- calling the 24-21 victory “extremely, extremely” important.

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