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Vikings closer to getting top pick

With Indianapolis’ surprise win over Houston, the Vikings are one step closer to getting the top draft pick next year’s NFL draft. The Pioneer Press reports that If the Vikings lose their last two games, they are nearly assured to get first pick in the draft. The number one pick is widely expected to be Standford quarterback Andrew Luck.
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With Indianapolis’ surprise win over Houston, the Vikings are one step closer to getting the top pick next year’s NFL draft. The Pioneer Press reports that if the Vikings lose their last two games, they are nearly assured to get first pick in the draft. The number one pick is widely expected to be Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck.

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