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Vikings still have something to play for Sunday

Fox Sports North says there are a few storylines that will keep the season finale against the Chicago Bears interesting. It's Jim Kleinsasser's final game, Jared Allen has an outside chance for a sack record, and Christian Ponder tries to end his year with a victory.
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Fox Sports North says there are a few storylines that will keep the season finale against the Chicago Bears interesting. It's Jim Kleinsasser's final game, Jared Allen has an outside chance for a sack record, and Christian Ponder tries to end his year with a victory.

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