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Vikings avoid 'F' on their report card

Minnesota goes into their bye week with an underwhelming record of 2-6. But Brian Murphy of the Pioneer Press says the Vikings have earned at least a 'D' so far this year.
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Minnesota goes into their bye week with an underwhelming record of 2-6. But Brian Murphy of the Pioneer Press says the Vikings have earned at least a 'D' so far this year.

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