Vikings vow to improve tackling

Members of the Vikings' defense openly admit they didn't tackle very well against the Chargers. Antoine Winfield said he missed two tackles in a game for the first time in a long time. The team says they will tackle better against the Buccaneers.
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Members of the Vikings' defense openly admit they didn't tackle very well against the Chargers. Antoine Winfield said he missed two tackles in a game for the first time in a long time. The team says they will tackle better against the Buccaneers.

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