Mon Nov 01 10:58am EDT
We already shared with you the comments made by Randy Moss(notes) after the Minnesota Vikings loss to the New England Patriots. Now it seems that Moss' teammate Percy Harvin(notes) is getting in on the not-so-subtle Brad Childress-bashing as well.
From the Minneapolis Star Tribune:
It's safe to say that if Childress hasn't already lost the locker room, he's in danger of doing so very soon.
Despite being limited, Harvin had a huge performance with six catches for 104 yards. Afterward, he questioned his team's lack of adjustments in the second half.
"In the second half they made a couple of adjustments, and I think we played into their hands," he said. "They were ready for a couple of our plays there in the second half. We didn't do a good job of making adjustments. That's why [Patriots coach Bill] Belichick is as good as he is. He makes those adjustments. They were able to pull it out."
Asked why the Vikings had problems doing that, Harvin smiled and paused for a few seconds. "It's a team effort," he said. "It's all of us, got to put a little more effort. It's little things."
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