Mike Zimmer and Norv Turner tried to get Adrian Peterson involved in the gameplan during Sunday's blowout loss to the Seattle Seahawks, but the Legion of Doom was having none of that.

Afterwards, a frustrated Adrian Peterson told the media that the Vikings were whooped in every facet of the game, including coaching.
"(The Seahawks) were just the better team. They were more aggressive, more physical, and they outcoached us as well.” Asked to elaborate on the outcoaching part, Peterson said, “In so many different areas.”
Peterson, the league rushing leader, was limited to 18 yards on eight carries, the third-lowest single-game total of his career.

The Vikings are once again in a first-place tie with Green Bay for the NFC North. They led for three days after the Packers beat Detroit on a Hail Mary pass.

By Glenn Erby

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