The Minnesota Vikings hosted the Washington Redskins this past weekend and emerged victorious. The clash ended in a 19-9 victory for the Vikings. The Vikings dominated the game in all the quarters.
None of the teams had a touchdown in the first quarter of the game. The Minnesota Vikings however managed to get three points from a field goal. D. Bailey scored the attempt from 21 yards.
The visitors were first to get on the score sheet in the second quarter. They equalized through D. Hopkins 21-yard field goal. However, soon after D. Bailey scored another field goal from 31 yards for the home team to double their lead. D. Cook then had an incredible touchdown up the middle for 4 yards to extend the lead.
Both teams had upgraded their defenses in the third quarter. This resulted in zero touchdowns and both teams had equal scores. The hosts were the first ones to score through D. Bailey’s 27-yard field goal. Then, D. Hopkins scored a field goal from 43 yards for the visitors.
The hosts were the only team who got on the score sheet in the final quarter. D. Bailey scored an attempt from 40 yards to seal the win for the Minnesota Vikings. There was plenty of NFL action during the weekend. Stay here for more updates.