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Vikings talk about Griffen's situation, facing San Francisco, and stopping the 49ers offense

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Updated: November 24, 2021 05:27 PM
Created: November 24, 2021 05:17 PM

Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer, running back Dalvin Cook, and quarterback Kirk Cousins met with media Wednesday at TCO Performance Center in Eagan.

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Zimmer began with limited comments about law enforcement's presence at defensive end Everson Griffen's home.

He also commented on the Vikings' upcoming game in San Francisco on Sunday, how big the game is for the team's playoff picture and a review of what he expects from the Forty Niners.  He also offered analysis of quarterback Kirk Cousins' play the past couple weeks - which has leaned more aggressive than he typically has been in the past.

Dalvin Cook discussed the Griffen situation and how much Griffen means to him. He also discusses the game against the Forty Niners and how much Justin Jefferson continues to boost the Vikings offense.

Cousins talked about Griffen, lessons from prior games against San Francisco and his recent trend toward making more aggressive decisions in the passing game.


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