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Vikings vs. Cardinals: Week 7 preview

The 4-2 Vikings host the 4-2 Arizona Cardinals on Sunday in a battle of two of the NFL's biggest surprise teams of the season. Despite having the same record, the Vikings are currently a six point favorite.
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