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Vikings Host Bears Today In NFC North Matchup

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The Minnesota Vikings (2-8-1) host the Chicago Bears (6-5) in a battle of NFC North rivals, in what will be one of the final three games ever played in the Metrodome. The game will be the 106th meeting between the two teams.

Christian Ponder will get the start under center for the Vikings again today, while facing a backup quarterback against a division rival for the second week in a row, as Josh McCown will start in place of the injured Jay Cutler.

Cornerback Josh Robinson and tight end Kyle Rudolph have been ruled out of today’s game for the Vikings.

Believe it or not, the Vikings are a one point favorite. The kickoff is scheduled for Noon CT on FOX.

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