Vikings hoping to avoid 1984 lows

The 2-9 Minnesota Vikings might end up as the worst team in franchise history. To claim such an honor they'll have to prove to be worse than the 1984 Vikings. That team, led by Les Steckel, finished 3-13.
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The 2-9 Minnesota Vikings might end up as the worst team in franchise history. To claim such an honor they'll have to prove to be worse than the 1984 Vikings. That team, led by Les Steckel, finished 3-13.

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