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Updated: October 22nd, 2013 1:54am
Report: After ugly loss, owner Zygi Wilf 'sticking with my team'

Report: After ugly loss, owner Zygi Wilf 'sticking with my team'

by Derek Wetmore
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Vikings owner Zygi Wilf will stick with his team, according to Chip Scoggins of the Star Tribune.

Scoggins, a beat reporter and columnist for the Star Tribune, had just finished covering a nightarish performance by the Vikings and new quarterback Josh Freeman.

The past few weeks have been a minor train wreck for the Vikings, but Wilf apparently intends to stand with his team.

On Sept. 22, the Vikings lost at home to a Cleveland Browns team that had just traded Trent Richardson and promoted its third-string quarterback. The then Vikings one-upped that ugly loss with a lackluster performance at home following a bye in a loss to the Carolina Panthers.

Monday night, the Vikings one-upped themselves again, in one of the worst Monday Night Football games in recent memory. The way this season has gone off the rails for the Vikings, many have speculated that the general manger's job and the coaching staff's jobs are in jeopardy.

Derek Wetmore is the senior editor for His previous stops include and the Minnesota Daily.
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