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Vikings Walk-Off 61-Yard TD Against Saints Gets The Titanic Treatment

Vikings Walk-Off 61-Yard TD Against Saints Gets The Titanic Treatment

It's something that hasn't happened since 2008 after, nine years ago. But I think that we all need to prepare for the fact that the Minnesota Vikings might make the Super Bowl. If the Vikings win, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu will send a supply of king cakes, a traditional Mardi Gras confection.

The upstart Vikings are two wins away from becoming the first franchise to play in a Super Bowl in its own stadium.

Who knows if there is an internal power struggle between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick? Both teams survived a close call to advance. So first, let's see if the Vikes handle the NFC South champs.

Battered and depleted by injury, the defense gave up two touchdowns and a field goal on Minnesota's first three drives, aided by a pair of disastrous pass-interference penalties on Ken Crawley. "I try to watch all of the really good quarterbacks in the offseason and take little things to try to work on my game". New Orleans scored touchdowns on their first two possessions, with a Keenum interception sandwiched between.

20 - Runs of 10-plus yards against the Vikings, who allowed the fewest since the 1995 San Francisco 49ers. But the pass rush is wicked. Minnesota's Everson Griffin and Danielle Hunter teamed up for 20 sacks this season. "Proceed to experiencing how unique Stefon Diggs" touchdown was without the worry about being there or near a TV.

They put them through quite the emotional finish to complete it. Or that Keenum would have as good a chance as any of them of winning it all?

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On the subsequent series following his pick, Keenum threw a 27-yard dart into the tiniest of windows for Jarius Wright.

The Saints were second in yards and fourth in points, while the Vikings were 10th in points and 11th in yards.

Andrew Sendejo of the Minnesota Vikings was rushed off the field during Sunday's playoff game against the New Orleans Saints. How many of those games did New Orleans lose and who were the opposing quarterbacks?

Once the Saints said goodbye to Adrian Peterson, Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara took off in the Saints backfield.

It's easy to poke fun at Vikings fans, who cling to a brand of collective fatalism generally reserved for small countries that sit between much bigger ones, but at least they care.

The momentum turned after Saints receiver Michael Thomas blindsided Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo early in the third quarter.