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Frazier blames secondary for loss to Broncos

What did Vikings coach Leslie Frazier think of his secondary in Minnesota's 35-32 loss to Denver? It was "just bad," he said.
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What did Vikings coach Leslie Frazier think of his secondary in Minnesota's 35-32 loss to Denver? It was
"just bad," he said.

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