The Minnesota Vikings played their most complete football game of the year in Week 11 vs. the Seattle Seahawks. The game featured four different receivers catching touchdowns, a solid two-headed running attack, and a defense that didn't allow the Seahawks any breathing room. Although the Vikings did not score any points in the first quarter, I would like to credit the Seahawks' defense for a job well done on the Vikings potent offense. Mix in some Viking penalties and you have your answer for the scoreless first quarter.
When it came to the second quarter, the Seahawks' weak defense could not hold on anymore, allowing the Vikings to march down the field and score on a drive that started on their own 16 yard line.á
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