Found September 24, 2013 on
Taking Bad Schotz:
Last week the Cleveland Browns made headlines, trading 2012 third overall pick Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts for a 2014 first round pick. Many people criticized them for the move and said that their season was virtually over. But the Browns thought otherwise. They scored a touchdown with 51 seconds left to shock the Minnesota Vikings and win 31-27. Adrian Peterson’s eight-year-old daughter was quite the critic and had this to say: -Malamud
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So after a horrible loss yesterday against the Cleveland Browns who traded away their best player in Trent Richardson, the Minnesota Vikings running back posted this tweet. Adrian Peterson @AdrianPeterson11h So my daughter is laying here under me and just out the blue she says… I can’t believe you lost to the Browns Daddy! Smh […]
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Adrian Peterson tried to relax at home after Sunday's 31-27 loss at home to the previously winless Cleveland Browns.
Turns out, Peterson's daughter wouldn't let him forget the loss.
Peterson, the Minnesota Vikings' MVP running back, had to deal with answering questions about more missed opportunities following Sunday's loss. He heard directed...
For once, the Minnesota Vikings aren't counting on Adrian Peterson to do it all.
Peterson, last season's NFL MVP following his 2,097-yard rushing season, has been held in check through three games this season - all losses.
Now, facing a must-win game against the winless Pittsburgh Steelers in London, coach Leslie Frazier expects his offense to steady itself so Peterson...
This is just awesome. In case you hadn't heard--the Minnesota Vikings lost to the Cleveland Browns Sunday. Yes, the Cleveland Browns; the same team that just traded away their starting running back and lost their starting quarterback to injury.
Apparently after his team lost to the lowly Browns, Adrian Peterson was hanging out with his daughter...
After trading RB Trent Richardson to the Colts everyone just assumed that the Browns were tanking the season. Then they went out and shocked the football world by taking down the Vikings 31-27. No one was more surprised by the result than Minnesota RB Adrian Peterson’s daughter, according to this tweet AP sent out last night…
So my daughter is laying here under me and just out...
AP’s daughter is not alone.
I am very distraught over the Vikings killing my two team parlay.
The Cleveland Browns beat the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Yes, I checked again this morning to make sure it was not a typo from yesterday.
Behind the arm of Brian Hoyer the Browns pulled off a 31-27 win which ensures them of winning at-least one game this season. Minnesota was not as lucky dropping to 0-3 while seeing their playoff aspirations further disappear.
It doesn’t get much worse than losing to a team that has all but given up a season just three weeks in.
The Vikings had that unpleasant distinction on Sunday, when they dropped a 31-27 decision to the Cleveland Browns at home in Minneapolis to fall to 0-3 on the year.
Cleveland had appeared to enter full-on tank mode last week when it traded away Trent Richardson, the team’s...
The Vikings are off to a not so hot 0-3 start and the fans are understandably turning their anger towards QB Christian Ponder. Even though he had a couple nice athletic TD runs yesterday, fans don’t view him as the answer at QB. However, their star RB Adrian Peterson believes it’s unfair:
“I got his back. He scored two touchdowns and kept us in the game,” Peterson said...
After the Minnesota Vikings were shocked by the Cleveland Browns and backup quarterback Brian Hoyer in Minneapolis on Sunday, Adrian Peterson sent out a pretty humorous tweet. So my daughter is laying here under me and just out the blue she says… I can't believe you lost to the Browns Daddy! Smh — Adrian Peterson […]
The Minnesota Vikings likely believed it had a cream puff of an opponent headed into Mall of America Field on Sunday courtesy of the Cleveland Browns, who earlier in the week promoted their third-string quarterback, Brian Hoyer, to starter and traded away its franchise running back, Trent Richardson, to the Indianapolis Colts. When the dust […]The post Browns nose tackle upset...
It's been nearly four years since the Pittsburgh Steelers last played the Minnesota Vikings and with Sunday meeting in London swiftly approaching, you knew it wouldn't take long for cornerback William Gay to be asked about facing running back Adrian Peterson again.
Peterson steamrolled Gay after catching a short pass over the middle from then-quarterback Brett Favre late...
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder revealed Wednesday in London that he sustained a rib injury last Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.
Ponder said the rib injury occured early in the game but he was able to play through it. He will be limited during the Vikings’ walk-through today.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder isn’t very good. Doesn’t take an NFL expert to realize that. Even before he was drafted in the 1st rounds (way too high) I always thought his ceiling was at best a game manager. In the mold of Mark Sanchez with those AFC Championship Jets squads. The Vikings are 0-3 […]