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November 17, 2019
It looked ready to be another stunning home loss by the Vikings to an AFC foe. Instead, it turned into one of the best comebacks in recent team history.
The Vikings stormed back from a 20-0 halftime deficit Sunday to stun the Denver Broncos 27-23 at U.S. Bank Stadium. (READ MORE) by CHRIS TOMASSON | Twin Cities Pioneer Press
The Minnesota Vikings erased a 20-0 halftime deficit with touchdowns on each of their four drives in the second half, fending off the Denver Broncos by forcing three straight incomplete passes in the end zone over the final 10 seconds to preserve a 27-23 victory on Sunday.
This was the first time in five years — a span of 100 games including the playoffs — that an NFL team won after trailing by 20 or more points after two quarters. (READ MORE) by FOX Sports
As I write this, the 1-99 narrative is getting thrown around because CBS decided a 5-year cutoff was a good way to sell the amazing comeback Minnesota had over the Broncos. Blowing a 20 point lead sucks. There’s not really a way to sugarcoat that. I’m mad about how things went at the end and freely admit it. (READ MORE) by