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— The NFL’s leading rusher and Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson is the team’s lone representative in the Pro Bowl.

Odell Beckham’s actions make the NFL look bad again.

— The Vikings can clinch a playoff spot with a win, or a Seattle victory, or an Atlanta loss. Vikings playoff scenarios.

— Access Vikings podcast: Matt Vensel and Michael Rand break down possible playoff scenarios and discuss quarterback Teddy Bridgewater’s best game as a pro.

— Vikings add linebacker Alex Singleton to the practice squad.


— The Giants offense with Beckham is OK, but without arguably their top player there’s not much to be excited about.

— Beckham is an unprecedented challenge for Giants coach Tom Coughlin.

— Though under fire, Beckham is the only Giants player selected to the Pro Bowl.


Coach Mike Zimmer and Bridgewater will be on the podium at 11 a.m. after the morning walkthrough wraps up. The Vikings practice at 1 p.m.


Zimmer didn’t get excited about the idea of several of his players earning a spot in the Pro Bowl. When asked on Monday if he expected to have multiple players honored, he said “I don’t know. I’m a team guy. If they get voted in, that’s great, I hope they do. And if they don’t, we’ve got to play better. … The Pro Bowl is the furthest thing from my mind.” Peterson was the only player selected on Tuesday. None of the Vikings’ defensive standouts — safety Harrison Smith, nose tackle Linval Joseph and linebacker Anthony Barr — were selected.

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