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Jared Allen doesn't think bounties beat the Vikings in 2009 championship game

Jared Allen says the Saints were punished "accordingly" for intentionally trying to injure opponents during the 2009 season. But when it comes to blaming the Vikings' loss to the Saints in the championship game, he says, "their Bountygate had nothing to do with our five turnovers."
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Jared Allen says the Saints were punished "accordingly" for intentionally trying to injure opponents during the 2009 season. But when it comes to blaming the Vikings' loss to the Saints in the championship game, he says, "their Bountygate had nothing to do with our five turnovers."

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