Kirk Cousins: My apology days for Vikings are over – Yardbarker

Kirk Cousins says he is out of the apology business now that he has the Minnesota Vikings’ passing game back on track. Cousins apologized to teammate Adam Thielen after a poor game in a Week 4 loss to the Chicago Bears. The apology was prompted by Thielen, who had just two catches in the game, saying Cousins had to be able to throw the ball better. “I really want to apologize to [Thielen] because there’s too many opportunities where we could have hit him on Sunday,” Cousins said on KFAN on Oct. 1. “Postgame when I talk to the media I always say, ‘Hey, until I watch the film, it’s hard for me to really give you a straight answer.’ Well, now it’s Tuesday night. I’ve watched the film, and the reality is there were opportunities for [Thielen]. “The one that’s most obvious is the third-and-10 at the beginning of the game. We’re near midfield. That’s arguably seven points. If you put the ball where it needs to be, he’s shown … that he will make that play and he’ll probably finish the play in the end zone and pull

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