Vikings sell out season finale

Sunday’s Vikings game against the Bears -- the season-ending finale -- is officially a sellout. The team says that means it’ll be shown on local TV, avoiding a blackout. The Vikings have now sold out 144 consecutive games at the Metrodome.
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Sunday’s Vikings game against the Bears -- the season-ending finale -- is officially a sellout. The team says that means it’ll be shown on local TV, avoiding a blackout. The Vikings have now sold out 144 consecutive games at the Metrodome.

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