Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers was a painful game for the Minnesota Vikings, to be sure, but one they had no business losing. Plenty of things went right for the NFC North-leading Vikings, who stuck with the favored Pittsburgh Steelers for virtually the entire game. Questionable play-calling and poor luck got in between Minnesota and a perfect record, though, and the Vikings fell to 6-1 on the season. Heading into the game, much ado was made regarding the injury and absence of Minnesota corner back Antoine Winfield. The Viking's best defensive back, Winfield would force the Steelers to think twice before launching the ball down field. With Winfield out for a month, the consensus among fans was that Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger would have at least one receive ...
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