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NFL Week 4: Steelers vs. Vikings

ESPN.com's NFL experts picked the Steelers to finish as high as first and as low as third in the AFC North standings and predicted the Vikings will fall into last place or no better than second in the NFC North. Well, both teams are off to a 0-3 start. Fans in Minnesota aren't supporters of Christian Ponder, Adrian Peterson isn't making 100-yard games look "easy," and the Steel Curtain defense seems to be no more.

Which team will win the Steelers-Vikings game in London?

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  • Which team's 0-3 start is more surprising?

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  • Adrian Peterson has a problem with Vikings fans booing QB Christian Ponder. What is your take?

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  • Before the season Adrian Peterson said 100-yard rushing games are ''easy'' to get. He's 1-for-3 so far this season. How many will he finish with?

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  • Who is most to blame for Adrian Peterson's "slow'' start?

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  • What do you think of Ben Roethlisberger questioning the work habits and toughness of Steelers rookie RB Le'Veon Bell?

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  • Will Le'Veon Bell develop into a star running back in the NFL?

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  • The Steelers' defense has yet to force a turnover. Will Pittsburgh produce a turnover against the Vikings?

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  • If you were an NFL player, would you want your team to play a regular-season game in London?

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