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Notebook: Wright makes up for practice drop

Jarius Wright (Brace Hemmelgarn/US Presswire)

Receiver Jarius Wright went to visualizing a big catch after dropping the same one in practice Friday. It worked. Plus, get nearly 20 notes that help tell the story of the game.

Prior to Sunday's 34-24 win over the Detroit Lions, Jarius Wright had been the equivalent to the Vikings' Invisible Man. After suffering an ankle injury in the preseason, Wright hadn't been active for any of the Vikings' first nine games. But with Percy Harvin sidelined with an ankle injury, Wright was thrust into the spotlight and, on the fifth offensive play of the game facing a third-and...

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