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Byline: Mike Wells
ST. PAUL, Minn. _ It was about eight months ago that Vikings coach Dennis Green said Daunte Culpepper would be his starting quarterback.
With receivers Randy Moss and Cris Carter wanting to win immediately, Culpepper had little room for error.
Few people had confidence in the second-year quarterback's ability.
But one offseason of workouts in Boca Raton, Fla., with Moss and Carter and 3,505 yards and 29 touchdown passes later, Culpepper has led the Vikings to an 11-3 record.
Culpepper achieved what seemed unimaginable last spring when he and six other Vikings were chosen Thursday to represent the NFC in the Pro Bowl on Feb. 4 in Honolulu.
"It's definitely a big accomplishment," he said. "I feel like it's a direct reflection of my team. I couldn't have ever gotten to where I'm at without the help …