Patrick Peterson takes a shot at Kyler Murray on his podcast

Camaraderie is one of the most important things in football. It drives team chemistry and can make or break a season.

For the Minnesota Vikings, the team camaraderie has made this season feel special. The team has embraced each other, most importantly the starting quarterback Kirk Cousins. His personality didn’t click with the former regime but it’s the catalyst of what makes this team click, including the persona Kirko Chains.

Vikings cornerback Patrick Peterson knows all about how this team is clicking and what chemistry can mean to a team. When things aren’t clicking, they can be massively detrimental to your team’s success.

In talking about his former team the Arizona Cardinals, Peterson took a shot at his former quarterback Kyler Murray, saying that he only cares about himself.

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The conversation starts with both Peterson and his co-host Bryant McFadden talking about how Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury would be the scapegoat and it devolved into what Peterson said about Murray and how he was more at fault.

On Twitter, Kyler responded in kind and didn’t mince his words.

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Murray makes a good point here, but we also don’t know the fallout or the background that the two individuals have.

K1 vs. P2 wasn’t the feud we expected tonight, but it’s likely we see more smoke before the fire gets put out.

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Story originally appeared on Vikings Wire