Are the Vikings as good as their record? First Take debates

Are the vikings as good as their record? First take debates

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Are the Vikings as good as their record? First Take debates

Stephen A. Smith, Mina Kimes and Keyshawn Johnson weigh in on the Minnesota Vikings 40-3 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

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