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Vikings need to take care of business within the division

Last season the Vikings finished 1-5 against NFC North opponents. The only team they defeated was the Lions. This year they are hoping for more success within the division, and that's why Sunday's date with Detroit is bigger than ever.
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Last season the Vikings finished 1-5 against NFC North opponents. The only team they defeated was the Lions. This year they are hoping for more success within the division, and that's why Sunday's date with Detroit is bigger than ever.

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