Posted September 22, 2013 on min.scout.com
Chad Greenway could see that analysts were going to focus on the Vikings’ two-minute defense, but he took the minority view on that topic. Plus, players react to the boos, the quarterbacks felt the heat and the other notes from Sunday’s 31-27 loss.
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