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Frazier blames poor communication for not reviewing possible TD

Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier admits he made a mistake in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s loss against Atlanta by not throwing a challenge flag on what appeared to be a Percy Harvin touchdown on third and goal.
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Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier admits he made a mistake in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s loss against Atlanta by not throwing a challenge flag on what appeared to be a Percy Harvin touchdown on third and goal.

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