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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Steve Maki
The Minnesota Vikings' Metrodome has deflated for the last time.
The Minnesota Vikings have a roof over their helmets once again.
The NFL said it's moving forward with plans to play Monday night's Vikings-Bears game at the University of Minnesota's outdoor stadium despite concerns about the site ranging from field conditions to player safety.
Officials say they're moving as quickly and safely as possible to repair the snow-punctured roof at the Minnesota Vikings' stadium.