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Vikings are fairly smart spenders

How much does it cost the Vikings for each win? Bloomberg's Business Week did a study to find the smartest spenders in sports, and the Vikings ranked in the middle of the NFL with each win costing just over $14-million.
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How much does it cost the Vikings for each win? Bloomberg's Business Week did a study to find the smartest spenders in sports, and the Vikings ranked in the middle of the NFL with each win costing just over $14-million.

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