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Notebook: Peterson has Vikings' top 5 gains

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The Vikings didn't have much go right for them Sunday in Seattle, but Adrian Peterson accounted for the Vikings' top five gains when the deep passing game once again struggled. Stats and reaction on both those fronts, as well as Percy Harvin's frustration, A.J. Jefferson starting, and Allen Reisner being the most productive tight end against Seattle.

Adrian Peterson entered Sunday's game saying that he still believed a 300-yard rushing day was possible in the NFL. In the first half, he appeared to be on pace with 144 yards with five minutes left in the second quarter. However, as the Seahawks gained lead in the second half of their 30-20 win and Christian Ponder continued to struggle to take advantage of defenses pressuring the running game...

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