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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — The Vikings say they have just under 3,000 tickets remaining for their home game against the Broncos on Sunday.

They have until Thursday at noon to sell the remaining tickets to ensure that the game will be televised locally. The Vikings have sold out 141 straight home games, dating back to the beginning of the 1998 season. That includes preseason, regular season and playoff games.

With the team stuck at the bottom of the NFC North at 2-9, there is concern that the sellout streak could end.

One thing the Vikings have going for them this week is their opponent. The Broncos bring high-profile QB Tim Tebow and former University of Minnesota star WR Eric Decker to the Metrodome.


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