Minnesota Vikings: 5 Reasons There Is Hope for the 2012 Season

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Minnesota Vikings: 5 Reasons There Is Hope for the 2012 Season
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Despite all the negative energy surrounding the Minnesota Vikings, there is still hope for the 2012 season.

In 2011, the Minnesota Vikings had one of their most disappointing seasons in franchise history by going 3-13. The Donovan McNabb experiment failed and the Vikes lost Adrian Peterson to a scary ACL and MCL injury. Many fans wanted newly hired head coach Leslie Frazier to be fired because of the Vikings failures—but there is still hope.

There is no reason to believe that the Vikings can get any worse next year, and here are the five reasons why this will prove to be true.

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