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23 Facts About Vikings
2. The Vikings have the option of tagging Barr with the intention of trading him.
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3. The Vikings believed in a number of nondeity supernatural forces, Raffield said.
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5. The Vikings were considered overly concerned with cleanliness for bathing once a week.
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7. The Vikings bring in Kubiak, who then brings in his son and two of his assistants—whose loyalty is to Kubiak.
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8. The Vikings bring in Kubiak, who then brings in his son and two of his assistants—whose loyalty is to Kubiak.
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9. The Vikings hired his son, Klint Kubiak, as quarterbacks coach and Brian Pariani as tight ends coach.
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10. The Vikings were famous for sailing huge distances from their home in Scandinavia between AD 800 and 1066 to raid and plunder, but they traded with people from other countries.
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12. The Vikings won two of those contests, averaging 26 points per game under Stefanski.
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13. The Minnesota Vikings were optimistic about the potential return of running back Dalvin Cook this week.
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14. The Vikings are back from their bye and back in prime time.
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16. The Minnesota Vikings are right in the thick of the NFC playoff picture.
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18. The Vikings set a franchise record with 10 sacks on the day.
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21. The Vikings played several types of tafl games; hnefatafl, nitavl and the less common kvatrutafl.
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22. The Vikings often deliberately captured many people on their raids in Europe, to enslave them as thralls.
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