Vikings’ Patrick Peterson Ridicules Kyler Murray With ‘Call of Duty’ Celebration

Kyler Murray’s focus appeared to take a major dip coming off the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (Oct. 28). Former Cardinals shut-down cornerback Patrick Peterson relished his team’s win on Sunday by clowning Murray for his COD addiction in the Vikings’ 34-26 victory over Arizona.

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After Vikings safety Harrison Smith got a pick on Murray, Peterson joined his team for an end-zone celebration and mimicked playing a video game as a not-so-subtle nod to Murray’s off-the-field gaming.

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When asked about the apparent jab at Murray, Peterson played it off by claiming ignorance. “I think it’s called Call of Duty? I’m not much of a gamer. Heard it just came out,” Peterson told NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

Kyler had a fair game in Week 8: throwing for 326 yards and three touchdowns but throwing two errant interceptions when the Cardinals needed him the most.

Murray’s game has been coincidentally lackluster during double-XP Call of Duty tournament weekends and following new releases of the famed first-person shooter.

Peterson also called out Arizona for booting him out of Glendale after 10 seasons together.

“I’ve been told a lot of things about me with the other organization,” Peterson added in postgame interviews. “Getting fan mail from the owner saying that I can’t tackle, I’m old, I lost it.”

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  1. some teams, like AZ have well known poor ownership. they perpetually underperform. giving Kyler the huge contract is more evidence. even HOF players like Fitzgerald and Waner, plus a HC like BA couldn’t get them a SB. Prob won’t happen in the next 2-3 decades either.

  2. PP promised two interceptions, got none, but did get rolled by Rondale Moore scoring a touchdown, while PP was left holding a piece of his undershirt. Also, he was covering #3 and #4 receivers. Nice tackling, too. Sad, he was popular in AZ, but didn’t warrant what he wanted, and now is a bitter, declining, mediocre, classless individual.

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