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Vikings win Sunday's game

According to the Star Tribune, the Minnesota Vikings celebrated their fourth win on Sunday beating the San Francisco 49ers 27-7 and Adrian Peterson didn't have much to with it.

Defensive lineman Kevin Williams had an interception in the game's first play and scored a touchdown and Chester Taylor had an 84-yard scoring run, contributing to the victorious win.

The Vikings (7-6) made their way closer to the NFC playoff picture after they had a 27-0 lead by halftime.

Adrian Peterson was at an all time career low by game's end with 3 yards on 14 carries.

The 49ers shouldn't have been hard to beat with a current record of 3-10.

According to the Pioneer Press, Robert Fergusan caught a touchdown pass from Travaris Jackson, who passed for 163 yards.

The Vikings moved into the sixth spot for the NFC playoffs.

Chester Taylor's touchdown run was nothing short of dynamic, making the third longest in franchise history, and a bulk of his 101 yards rushing.