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Peterson fumbles, but it looked like he was facemasked

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By Eric Edholm

CHICAGO -- Too bad they can't review would-be penalties.

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson carried the ball 16 yards on a swing pass and fumbled, though it was clear he was facemasked on the play.

The Vikings knew they had nothing to challenge.

One play later, Devin Aromashodu caught a 39-yard TD pass from Jay Cutler, and the Bears won.

Tough game, this football.

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