Minnesota’s Justin Jefferson set a new NFL record for most receiving yards in the player’s first three seasons, surpassing former Vikings Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss.The Vikings (9-2) are back to winning ways after he beat the Dallas Cowboys 40-3 last week
Last updated: 25/11/22 7:06am
Kirk Cousins had three wins in the fourth quarter, including a game-winning score to Adam Thielen, as the Minnesota Vikings beat the New England Patriots 33-26 in the Thanksgiving finale in the United States. I threw a touchdown pass.
Cousins completed 30 of 37 pitches for 299 yards (plus 1 interception, 139 for Vikings (9-2) superstar receiver Justin Jefferson), one of Cousins’ TD pass hat-tricks. ) of the game, including closing out the opening drive by catching
His 21st 100-yard outing was in just 44 career games. Jefferson set a new NFL record for his most yards received in his three seasons by a player, surpassing former Vikings Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss.
Patriots QB Mack Jones won 28 of 39 wins for a career-high 382 yards and 2 points, but the Patriots (6-5) ran out until the end. Their fourth quarter included two three-and-out punts, a turnover for downs at Minnesota’s 39-yard line, and a desperate final drive that went nowhere.
In a real contest back and forth for much of the game, Jones found tight end Hunter Henry for a wide-open 37-yard touchdown pass to start the second half-23 to the Patriots. – briefly securing a lead of 16 – but quickly answered with Kenne Nwanwoo Minnesota’s stunning 97-yard kickoff return TD to tie the game again.
Jones appeared to have scored a second for Henry late in the third quarter, but the twist catch at the goal line, originally called an on-field touchdown, was reversed when he secured the catch. The ball was ruled to have bobbled on the 12th, and New England had to settle for Nick Faulk’s fourth field goal of the game.
While the Patriots were eliminated in the fourth quarter and shut out by the Vikings’ defense, Thielen’s score with nine and a half minutes remaining put the Patriots completely ahead.
Minnesota (9-2), which suffered only its second loss of the season last week, losing 40-3 to the Dallas Cowboys, is back on the road to victory. He beat Bill Belichick, who drafted him as Tom Brady’s backup quarterback for the Patriots in 2008.
leader in statistics
- Passing: Mac Jones, 28/39, 382 yards, 2 TDs
- Rush: Saquon Barkley, 7 carries, 36 yards
- Receive: Devante Parker, 4 catches, 80 yards
- Nelson Agholor, 6 catches, 65 yards, 1 TD
- Passing: Kirk Cousins, 30/37, 299 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT
- Rush: Dalvin Cook, 22 carries, 42 yards
- Receives: Justin Jefferson, 9 catches, 139 yards, 1 touchdown
- Adam Thielen, 9 catches, 61 yards, 1 TD
Thanksgiving Week’s action follows the regular NFL action triple header on Sunday night, Cincinnati Bengals Trip to (6-4) Tennessee Titans (7-3) In a repeat of last year’s Division Round playoff clash that the Bengals won 19-16 en route to the Super Bowl – watch Live on Sky Sports NFL from 6pm
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