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Field position always a concern in Chicago

Blair Walsh (Tom Dahlin/Viking Update)

The Bears and Vikings own the top two spots in one area of special teams, and field position has always been a concern for the Vikings when playing in Chicago.

If the Vikings are going to be able to accomplish something they haven't done in five years – beat the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field – field position could play a big role. There aren't any better teams in the NFL in terms of starting field position after a kickoff. Chicago's average starting position after kickoffs is the 26.2-yard line, best in the league. The Vikings are second at the 25.... Recommended Stories

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