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Byline: Don Seeholzer
Oct. 29--The Vikings' latest loss didn't come down to one mistake or bad decision, but each played a part in the outcome.
Adrian Peterson's ill-fated choice to field the second-half kickoff at his 1-yard line, and coach Brad Childress' subsequent decision to challenge the play, were part of a pivotal sequence in Sunday's 23-16 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Here's how it went down:
1. PETERSON'S GAFFE
With David Akers' kickoff bouncing toward the right sideline, the Vikings rookie running back fielded the ball and stepped out of bounds instead of the other way around.
"I was just thinking about …