Urgency is high as Vikings try to recover from 0-2 start
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -- The Minnesota Vikings heard plenty of boos at the Metrodome on Sunday as they left the field following a stunning collapse against Tampa Bay that dropped them to 0-2.
Coach Leslie Frazier had a simple message for them on Monday as he revisited losing a 17-0 lead in a 24-20 defeat.
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