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Notebook: Defensive streak ends

Leslie Frazier (Thomas J. Russo/US Presswire)

The Vikings had been holding stout against the run, until they ran into a quarterback that could run like few others. Plus, 28 notes that help tell the tale of the game.

The Vikings defense has done an excellent job of bottling up an opponent's primary running back. They hadn't allowed a 100-yard rusher despite playing against the likes of Maurice Jones-Drew, Frank Gore and Chris Johnson. They didn't allow Alfred Morris much (16 carries for just 47 yards – a 2.9 yard average), but surrendered their first 100-yard rushing game of the season when Robert Griffin... Recommended Stories