Warner reduces the likelihood that the 49ers will pressure a mistake from the Vikings.

In Santa Clara, Although the Minnesota Vikings have turned the ball over an NFL-high 13 times this year, Fred Warner claims that nothing has changed .

As the 49ers get ready for their Week 7 battle against the Vikings on Monday night at U.S. Bank Stadium.

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The All-Pro linebacker has two interceptions and a forced fumble through six games, leading San Francisco's defense in takeaways. 

Warner is aware that if the defense just performs its job, results will follow.

"I think regardless of who we are playing and what their turnovers are, in any aspect.

As long as we do what we do, especially on defense, then we will be good," Warner said on Thursday.

Through six games, the 49ers' defense has 11 takeaways, which is tied for the fourth-most in the NFL. 

As they attempt to recover from their Week 6 setback to the Cleveland Browns, Nick Bosa expects the bunch to create even more mayhem.

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