Minnesota Vikings Offensive Line Play Is Crippling the Team

Posted: 10th December 2009 by Andy Rarick in NFL
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Before the season began, everyone was proclaiming Adrian Peterson to be the next 2,000-yard rusher. After all, Brett Favre had just joined the roster and was supposed to keep defenses honest, and the Vikings were supposed to have a top-five offensive line. Well, opposing defenses felt differently and decided if they could take Peterson out of games, Favre would be next in line to try to beat them. It was a good strategy to follow. Favre is the NFL's record holder for career interceptions. With that gun-slinger mentality, he was bound to make a few mistakes. Well, the Vikings are sitting at 10-2 largely due to Favre's ability to keep the offense moving. He's having one of the best seasons of his career. While Peterson has seen a lack in production this season, he's still getting the job don ...

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