MINNEAPOLIS Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier praised the offense, defense and special teams following Sunday's 21-14 win against the Chicago Bears.
Minnesota really did use an all-around effort, led by running back Adrian Peterson and a pair of rookie defensive backs to pull out an important win to keep the playoffs a possibility this season. But Frazier didn't get specific after the game either.
"All three phases played at a high level," Frazier said. "Special teams, our offense, our defense just epitomize what a team win is all about."
Lost in the generalities was another down performance from the passing game. Here's how each individual phase graded out for the Vikings on Sunday:Pass offense: D
The lack of a passing game is getting harder to ignore by the week, especially with Peterson on one of the most remarkable stretches in NFL history for a running back. For the third time this season, quarterback Christian Ponder passed for under 100 yards. Of the 15 instances this ...