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Vikings Sunk In Seattle Sunday

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The Minnesota Vikings laid another egg Sunday afternoon in a 41-20 loss at Seattle. Minnesota is now 2-8 on the season and will play at rival Green Bay Sunday.

Quarterback Christian Ponder struggled mightily against the Seahawks stingy pass defense, going 13/22 for 129 yards with one touchdown pass and two interceptions thrown.

Adrian Peterson was outgained by backup running back Toby Gerhart for Minnesota, despite Peterson getting three times as many carries. Gerhart had seven rushes for 67 yards while AP managed 65 yards on 21 carries.

Minnesota also turned the ball over four times while failing to force a turnover from the Seahawks defensively.

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