OK, so it didn't end up as one to hang on the wall.
Wide receiver Jarius Wright #17 of the Minnesota Vikings celebrates with teammates after a touchdown during the third quarter against the Washington Redskins at FedExField on November 12, 2017 in Landover, Maryland.
The Vikings started slow, but Keenum caught fire in the second quarter with three touchdown passes, but two picks in the second half make the game much closer and concerning than it should have been.
Keenum, though, turned a bit wayward.
Of course they're going to play Bridgewater. "I think me, myself, put our team in a tough spot there". There has been plenty of speculation about when Bridgewater might regain his starting job, but Keenum certainly did enough Sunday that he'll start next Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium against the Los Angeles Rams.
Players and coaches on both sides of the field noticed. You better believe he kept the ball.
Thielen had eight catches for a season-high 166 yards.
Crowder is Washington's second-leading receiver with 28 catches for 272 yards this season.
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After his TD, Diggs jumped on the padding of the goal post to give it a big hug. Love Diggs' emotion; don't like it costing the Vikings 15 yards. "I told somebody on the field that Teddy definitely raises the cool factor of the quarterback group". The Vikings improved their win streak to five games.
"We're right where we want to be, but our work isn't over, " said defensive end Brian Robison. Zimmer's team is 7-2. LB Will Compton left with a foot injury. In the numbers were not good, but the defense still made play after play to help the Vikings win the game. The game evened the Redskins' all-time record against the Vikings at 13-13, including postseason play. Then on Case Keenum's next throw early in the fourth quarter, the SC product picked off another pass.
"How about Mackensie getting his first interception?"
This was Harris' first game action this season - he last played in January - and the score represented the first TD of his career. With two quarterbacks on the shelf, backup Case Keenum has been a blessing. "Case is awesome, " Bridgewater said.
That didn't lead to any points.
Thielen runs crisp route, has great hands and is an incredible gamer.
The Vikings had just beaten Washington 38-30 at FedEx Field. Afterward, he praised everyone from his neighbors in Liberty City, Fla., to locker room neighbor Keenum.