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Preview: Teams playing to their strengths
When two teams play twice in the span of seven days, it creates an interesting dynamic. With both the Vikings and the Packers desperately needing a win in their Week 17 matchup at the Metrodome, there wasn't much either team held back, despite both knowing that a Vikings win would almost assuredly lead to a rematch between the two teams. "When it comes to a game like this, I don't think either team is going to try to re-invent the wheel," linebacker Chad Greenway said. "We both know what the other does and we have to find a way to execute on our end to make sure we can get our job done, even though the roles will be reversed and the Packers will be playing in front of their home fans making a ton of noise and playing in the elements, something they're more used to than we are. But, in the end, it will come down to execution." When the Packers won 23-14 in the first meeting between the teams, Green Bay got off to a fast start, building an early 10-0 lead and it was then able...
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