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Vikings vs. Raiders to be televised locally

They might be 2-7, with no hope of the playoffs this year, but the Vikings have sold out another game at Mall of America Field. The team says that means Sunday’s contest against Oakland will be televised locally. It’s a noon start against the 5-4 Raiders.
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They might be 2-7, with no hope of the playoffs this year, but the Vikings have sold out another game at Mall of America Field. The team says that means Sunday’s contest against Oakland will be televised locally. It’s a noon start against the 5-4 Raiders.

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