A few weeks ago the Vikings seemed to be able to do no wrong.
Now they can’t seem to do anything right.
Sunday in Seattle, they started fast with leading rusher Adrian Peterson going for 74 yards on the games second play and then scoring for a quick 7-0 lead, but it didn’t last long, as the Vikings eventually fell to the Seahawks 30-20.
“We are struggling in a lot of areas right now,” said Minnesota head coach Leslie Frazier. “We were not able to capitalize on Adrian’s day and that’s difficult to swallow. We need to have more balance.”
Peterson had a huge game as he finished the contest with two scores and 182 yards on 17 carries for the Vikings (5-4), who have dropped their past two games. Christian Ponder threw for just 63 yards on 11-of-22 passing with an interception in the loss.
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