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Sapp says Vikings lack belief in coaches

Benny Sapp has only been with the Vikings for 12-days, nonetheless he says players aren't fully "buying in" and "believing in what the coaches" are telling them to do. The team might want to listen to Sapp. He played on the 2009 team that just missed a trip to the Super Bowl.
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Benny Sapp has only been with the Vikings for 12-days, nonetheless he says players aren't fully "buying in" and "believing in what the coaches" are telling them to do. The team might want to listen to Sapp. He played on the 2009 team that just missed a trip to the Super Bowl.

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