Vikings take on must-win stance

Neither team playing Sunday in Kansas City has a win yet this season. The Vikings at least know what it's like to lead during the first half of games. Coach Leslie Frazier doesn't say it's must-win, but quarterback Donovan McNabb does.
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Neither team playing Sunday in Kansas City has a win yet this season. The Vikings at least know what it's like to lead during the first half of games. Coach Leslie Frazier doesn't say it's must-win, but quarterback Donovan McNabb does.

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