Unbelievable. You're tuned into the Vikings Postgame Report and we're trying to catch our breath. The Vikings battled the Bills in Buffalo in a spine tingler. The Purple were down by 17 points with 1 minute left in the 3rd Quarter and staged an unbelievable comeback. The Vikings won the game after Greg Joseph hit a 33-yard field goal in OT and Patrick Peterson sealed the game with an endzone interception late in overtime. Your Vikings move to an 8-1 record and face the Dallas Cowboys at U.S. Bank Stadium next Sunday. There were a ton of notable performances: Kirk Cousins saw his first +300-yard passing game of the season and finished the day going 30-of-50, with 357 yards passing, 1 TD, 2 INT, and 12 yards rushing. Justin Jefferson had a monster of a day finishing with 10 receptions for 193 yards and 1 touchdown, including an improbable one-handed grab that will be added to his long highlight reel. Dalvin Cook ripped off an 81-yard rushing touchdown, 119 total yards on the ground, and 146 all-purpose yards in a gutty performance. The Defense proved once again to be opportunistic, with 2 Interceptions by Patrick Peterson, Eric Kendricks recovering a crucial endzone fumble for a touchdown and sacks by both Danielle Hunter and Za'Darius Smith. It was a statement win and one to surely catapult us into the second half of the regular season. Paul Allen and Pete Bercich try to process everything that happened in today's game, including: the 'who's next?' mentality of this roster, Duke Shelley's crucial play late, the implications of this statement win, Dalvin Cook's performance late in the contest, and look ahead at the slate of games coming up in the next month. Plus, Head Coach Kevin O'Connell speaks to the media, Gabe Henderson and Ben Leber go 'Between The Lines' presented by Gatorade, Quarterback Kirk Cousins shares his thoughts in his postgame press conference, and Ron Johnson gives his '3 Takes' to round out the show. All of this and more is in the Week 10 edition of the Vikings Postgame Report.
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