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Secondary woes come to forefront


EDEN PRAIRIE (AP) — Leslie Frazier has kept a positive tone and an optimistic outlook during his first year as head coach of the Minnesota Vikings.

But after their loss to Denver, Frazier let loose. He used uncharacteristic descriptions like poor and lousy for what he saw from the secondary. He wasn’t as outspoken on Monday, but just as dour and maybe it’s because the Vikings play Detroit and New Orleans next, two of the NFL’s top five passing teams.

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