Even Adrian Peterson's daughter knows the Vikings shouldn't lose to Cleveland


This is one of the rare items you can file in both the adorable file, and the depressing one.

Following a eye-opening, jaw dropping, befuddling 31-27 loss to the Browns yesterday, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was spending some quality time with his family when his daughter Adeja stopped to express her frustration with Peterson.

Good galloping Purple Jesus that's cute. Also sad. Very, tremendously, season-endingly sad.

On a slightly more awesome note, and Adeja won't get this because she's nine and probably doesn't know what Twitter is yet, but 40,000 people retweeted that. Feel small people, feel smaller than the Vikings chances of making the playoffs.

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