The Minnesota Vikings were the victors in their week one bout with the Cleveland Browns, capping off the game with an outstanding 64-yard touchdown run by Adrian "All Day" Peterson (his third touchdown of the day). In spite of the 34-20 on the scoreboard; however, I was all but impressed by the Vikings' performance. Disappointed, in fact. Beyond Adrian Peterson's 198 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns coupled with rookie standout Percy Harvin's promising playmaking ability, little appeared different from last year's Division winning Vikings team. Don't get me wrong, a 10-6 record is formidable, sure. But the Minnesota Vikings aren't aiming towards the Division title. The Super Bowl, as many analysts and critics muse, is a very real possibility given the talent spread around this Vikin ...
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