Former Oklahoma running back Adrian Peterson used some harsh words to describe Baltimore Ravens fans on Sunday.
"They've got the worst fans in the NFL," Peterson said following the Minnesota Vikings' heartbreaking 29-26 loss in Baltimore. "(They were) throwing snowballs the entire fourth quarter, like kids.
"It was a bad feeling, a bad feeling."
Peterson, who injured his foot in the loss, also criticized the officiating. Minnesota was whistled for six penalties, including a pass interference call that nullified an interception during Baltimore's game-winning drive in the final minute.
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"Some of the calls that were made, you just went, 'Wow. I can't believe that was called,'" Peterson said. (ESPN)
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