It’s all out in front of the Vikings. Everything they want is in their hands to grab it. They hold a 6-2 record and a two-game lead in the NFC North Division with the second half of the season to go, and everything is in their power to obtain (well, almost everything since they don’t have home field throughout the playoffs–although they could end up with it). All they have to do is manifest their own destiny and they will win the division. And that manifesting starts this week in Washington.
The Vikings travel to Washington to take on the 4-4 team in the nation’s capital—just a week after Washington beat the Seattle Seahawks on the road, despite employing a makeshift offensive line. That victory was the kind of last-minute, dramatic win that can build momentum for a team, so the Vikings will have to awaken from their bye-week slumber in time to beat a rolling Washington team.
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