Case Keenum leads Vikings to game’s first touchdown


After watching Case Keenum march the Vikings down the field to start the second half, the only question is: What took the Vikings so long to change quarterbacks?

The Vikings took the second-half kickoff and went 75 yards in 13 plays.

Keenum threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to tight end Kyle Rudolph for a 10-2 lead. Keenum went 7-for-8 for 57 yards and the touchdown on the drive.

Keenum, who replaced Sam Bradford on the Vikings’ final series of the first half, now is 10-for-11 for 78 yards and a touchdown.

Bradford finished his night 5-of-11 for 36 yards. He also took four sacks and two other hits.

2 responses to “Case Keenum leads Vikings to game’s first touchdown

  1. As a 40 year Vikings fan it’s gotten to be a joke to watch this team play, they absolutely stink. Bradford is scared to death, the running backs should both be released immediately and bring some new bodies, our running backs literally fall down upon contact, we are out coached and play down to teams. This is hard to watch regardless of the outcome. Kudos to the bears on a great effort with a very depleted team. Green Bay and Detroit remain the class of the division with A. Rogers one on the best to ever play the game and that kills me to say that but the truth hurts, just watch the Dallas game and the guy is calm cool and collected. Forget the current quarterbacks on the Team and go get Alex Smith or one thru the draft because these guys cannot get the job done. Zimmer Coaches like he is scared and way to conservative. Well they actually just won but Team is going no where fast, another season down the drain with a damaged RB going into next year. Can’t take much more.

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