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Kirk Cousins hits hit Chad Beebe with 46 seconds left, shortly after Beebe had muffed a punt that seemed to doom the Vikings' comeback chances.
Quarterbacks tend to make their name with the game on the line.
If you're looking to capture the mayhem will be remembered from the final minutes of Sunday's Vikings game, look no further than what people were saying about Chad Beebe.
The offense already set a high for turnovers for a Zimmer team, and the defense has only 17 takeaways so far
Thanks to Washington, the words "2020" and "Perfect Season" never need to be spoken in the same breath again.
Edging Jaguars, Cards' loss lift Vikings into No. 7 spot
Cornerback's pick shakes Vikings out of malaise.
Of four 5-6 teams, the Vikings look the most like a team headed for the playoffs
Tight end will make his 98th straight start Sunday.
Running back Dalvin Cook was named NFC Offensive Player of the Month for November.
The veteran receiver missed Sunday's victory over Carolina and is back for this Sunday's game against Jacksonville.
The Vikings' latest injury report had good news at right guard and bad news at defensive end and linebacker.
Linebackers Kendricks and Eric Wilson have a knack for playmaking that has helped the team's young cornerbacks.
E-pulltab sales fuel surprisingly resilient fund created to pay off state's share of four-year-old building.
The Broncos' situation, with none available, serves as cautionary tale.
Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak must find more ways to clear throwing lanes for Kirk Cousins against Tampa Bay, and keep him from getting hit as often as he did against Jacksonville.
The Vikings parted ways with Holton Hill on Tuesday, ending a run for the cornerback in Minnesota that never quite lived up to expectations. Hill…
There's no cure-all to the ebbs and flows of inexperience after the Vikings defense let a previously dormant Cowboys offense reignite at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Cook now has four games of at least 30 touches this season, more than any NFL player since Le’Veon Bell had six such games for the Steelers in 2017.
These Vikings have shown themselves to be good enough to be considered frustrating.