You have to wonder which Minnesota Vikings team will show up in a road game on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.

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Will it be the we-can-beat-anybody team that thumped the 49ers, Seahawks and Chiefs this season? Or maybe the we-can-fall-flat-on-our-faces team that lost to the Chargers, Raiders, Giants and Bears.

What the Vikings do not need to do against the Cardinals is go into the game with a timid and conservative attitude. The Vikings came out strong and aggressive on Saturday against the Chiefs and might have opened with their best half of football this season.

At 9-6, the Vikings showed when they are on their game, they can handle anyone. But during this rollercoaster ride of a season, they have also been know to derail just as quickly.

The Vikings are now in great position to make the playoffs with one game to go. And they are a team that certain teams would not match up well against. They can we scary good. Or scary bad.

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