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The Washington Redskins are riding high after a thrilling overtime win over the San Diego Chargers in Week 9. This week Robert Griffin III leads his team into Minnesota to take on the Vikings for a critical game if they are going to stay in contention for a NFC East Championship as they are two games behind the Cowboys at 3-5. With a win this week the ‘Skins can keep pace in a division that literally is still wide open for the taking at this point in the season.

Christian Ponder has once again been named the starter but has thrown for less than half of what RGIII has thus far and will need to change that if the Vikings are to keep pace with the Redskins tonight. Minnesota Vikings tickets for this game have been fluctuating rapidly as on Monday they were down by 29% to only $57 per ticket but have since gone up in price for an average price of $94, almost $30 below the Vikings regular season home avg. It’s also 53% below the average price of Redskins tickets on the road in 2013. Any way you cut it, this game is a deal for ticket buyers.

The Minnesota Vikings made the playoffs a season ago, but that team is a distant memory this year as the Vikings have been one of the worst teams in the NFL. Despite having the incredibly talented Adrian Peterson in the backfield Minnesota has been unable to produce any real offense this season as team will overload the box to shut down Peterson, daring the Vikings to throw the ball. That is where the Vikings have fallen short this year as they have already used three different quarterbacks under center this year in Christian Ponder, Matt Cassel and Josh Freeman.

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