Peterson wants Vikings offense to be 'more physical'

  • Article by: CHRIS MILLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 23, 2013 - 7:14 AM

The New York Giants aimed to stop the Vikings’ running game on Monday night, and they did.

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danny1969Oct. 23, 13 1:25 AM

Been saying it for years.. Under this management group, there is no motivation.. Peterson makes his own and it shows..The coaches must motivate a team to play at top level every game... Just watch teams that are playing at the top and compare the energy expelled to that of the Vikes. Its pitiful. And Frazier needs to go....We have the talent, we just have no direction.

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klide2Oct. 23, 13 5:21 AM

What is wrong with Ziggi? This is clearly just another business decision that has to be made. How can he allow his team, his product, to be damaged so badly? Having followed this team since its inception, the slide since 2010 is embarrassing. Last year for whatever reason, things fell into place. But overall under Frazier, it has been putrid. Ziggi...wake up. Make a good business decision here.

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gcrackerOct. 23, 13 7:02 AM

In order for the offense to be more physical, the offensive line is going to have to take off their ballerina dresses and actually block somebody. They haven't been opening up any holes for AP and while our QB play has been poor this year, not even Manning, Brees, Brady or Rodgers would stand a chance behind the Vikings sieve offense line.

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u2au2aOct. 23, 1312:32 PM

scrap it all and build up around AP...and FAST

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