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That's the 'Ticket': Kevin Williams played his best game of the season

Head coach Leslie Frazier believes Kevin Williams played his best game of the season Sunday. The defensive tackle finished with 8-tackles and recorded his first sack of the season. It's too bad the Vikings lost to the Raiders because Frazier would have given Williams the game ball.
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Head coach Leslie Frazier believes Kevin Williams played his best game of the season Sunday. The defensive tackle finished with 8-tackles and recorded his first sack of the season. It's too bad the Vikings lost to the Raiders because Frazier would have given Williams the game ball.

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