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Secondary looks to rally after Pack's attack

A.J. Jefferson (Bob Levey/Getty)

The Vikings' defensive backs were taxed against the Packers multiple-receiver sets and with Antoine Winfield on the sideline. Several cornerbacks talked about the effort, as well as Leslie Frazier explaining Green Bay's philosophy.

Marcus Sherels got caught looking in the backfield while Jordy Nelson ran by him for a 73-yard reception late in the third quarter. Late in the fourth quarter, A.J. Jefferson was called for pass interference on Nelson at the 2-yard line and, on the next play, Nelson was catching a game-tying touchdown pass against Jefferson. All during the second half of the Vikings' 37-34 win, their most...

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