Robison owns up to Vikings' game-changing penalty

The Vikings notched eight penalties during Sunday’s loss to the Buccaneers. But the third quarter off-sides by Brian Robison appeared to add momentum to Tampa Bay’s second half drive. Robison owns up to the mistake--calling it ‘inexcusable.’
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The Vikings notched eight penalties during Sunday’s loss to the Buccaneers. But the third quarter off-sides by Brian Robison appeared to add momentum to Tampa Bay’s second half drive. Robison owns up to the mistake--calling it ‘inexcusable.’

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