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1. Vikings (5-0; last week No. 2): They’re averaging one win per injured offensive starter. 2. Patriots (4-1; No. 4): If #Tommy throws for 406 yards when he’s rusty, what will he do when he’s not? 3. Packers (3-1; No. 3): Defensive improvements are making up for an inconsistent offense. 4. Seahawks (3-1; No. 6):…
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