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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, right, takes a handoff from quarterback Christian Ponder during the first quarter against the Oakland Raiders Sunday in Minneapolis. Peterson scored on the 12-yard run, but on Minnesota's next drive Peterson sprained his left ankle and didn't return to the game. Associated Press.

Vikings lose Peterson, then game to Raiders

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By Jon Krawczynski

AP Sports Writer

MINNEAPOLIS -- Hue Jackson watched his Oakland Raiders overcome a serious injury to receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey, a costly turnover by running back Michael Bush and, in Jackson's eyes, some unfair treatment from the officials to remain on top of the AFC West.

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