Jared Allen keeps it simple

Jared Allen knows football isn't rocket science. It's so simple in fact that Allen says the Vikings are good when they do their jobs, but bad when they don't. It's also simple getting fired up to the Packers. When the Vikes face Green Bay this Sunday, he says everyone will be trying.
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Jared Allen knows football isn't rocket science. It's so simple in fact that Allen says the Vikings are good when they do their jobs, but bad when they don't. It's also simple getting fired up to the Packers. When the Vikes face Green Bay this Sunday, he says everyone will be trying.

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