Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins displayed a bit of frustration with the media Wednesday when asked about the possibility of passing for 5,000 yards this season.

He said that it doesn’t matter what sort of numbers he puts up as long as the Vikings win.

Cousins went on to say he believes there is danger in focusing on any one individual statistic, and that he takes into account his performance as a whole during each game. Here are the highlights of his interview Wednesday afternoon from the Vikings practice facility in Eagan.

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VideoVideo (03:52): Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins displayed a bit of rare frustration with the media when asked about the possibility of passing for 5,000 yards this season.
Also on Wednesday, head coach Mike Zimmer talked about facing the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

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VideoVideo (02:25): The Vikings are getting ready to face Arizona and head coach Mike Zimmer is preparing for the challenge they will bring with players like wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

Our Access Vikings writers, Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer, have this preview of the Cardinals.

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VideoVideo (03:22): Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer talk about how the Vikings have made up for the absence of defensive end Everson Griffen and how Arizona's speed will keep Minnesota's defense on its toes.