Vikings hang on to beat Washington, improve to 7-2

Vikings hang on to beat Washington, improve to 7-2

Harris' jaw-dropping play came in the first quarter of Washington's game against the Vikings. The touchdown grab Sunday was both his first reception of this season and the first score of his career.

The Vikings had another touchdown celebration before that on Sunday, which proved to be costly.

Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen continued his Pro Bowl caliber season in Sunday's win over the Redskins in Washington. Kirk Cousins threw for 327 yards and a touchdown and ran for two more scores, which made for a nice fantasy football line. He played in 10 games for the Redskins as a rookie, making 8 catches for 66 yards.

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National Football League world, meet Maurice Harris.

For this week, the Vikings went on the road to Landover, Maryland to take on the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field.

Bridgewater was activated last Wednesday from the physically unable to perform list, and there has been plenty of speculation about when he might regain his starting job.

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ABOUT THE VIKINGS (6-2): Keenum would be wise to locate Stefon Diggs, who tied a career high with 13 catches for 164 yards receiving in last season's 26-20 loss to Washington on November 13. Kyle Rudolph caught a touchdown pass, and the offense celebrated with a game of "Duck, Duck Gray Duck" in the end zone. He threw a 7-yard TD pass in the third quarter to Jarius Wright for a 35-17 lead. The call was reversed, resulting in a 36-yard touchdown catch that you'll see on highlight reels for a while.

Diggs got an unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty for the act. So which was better: Duck, Duck, Gray Duck or Leap Frog?

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