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Peterson lacking in red zone use

Adrian Peterson (Jonathan Daniel/Getty)

The Vikings had plenty that went wrong in Chicago, but they weren't effective in the red zone and barely got Adrian Peterson involved. We look at the red zone snaps, who was used and how effective they were.

The Vikings walked away from their Monday film sessions with a lot of blame to go around. There were the turnovers and dropped passes on offense, and allowing Chicago to convert 11-of-19 third-down opportunities against the Vikings defense. But in an 18-point loss, the Vikings squandered too many scoring opportunities when they had them. The Bears got inside Minnesota's 20-yard line four times...

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