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15 November 2017, 02:44 | Sandy Nunez
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater warms up before Sunday’s game against Washington. More
"Let's go out and continue to get better". They had previously climbed back into the top 10 with a ranking of 10th just last week. They have started two quarterbacks, with it possibly only a matter of time before they turn to a third. The head coach and starting quarterback will walk to an interview room; most players will speak in front of their dressing stalls.
Washington (4-5) travels this weekend to take on the red-hot New Orleans Saints (7-2), winners of their last seven contest and occupying the number five spot in the latest rankings. And of course they did in the final minutes of the game when Tom Johnson busted through the line to tackle the running back for a loss on fourth down-a huge play that helped seal the win.
Keenum said, "I may have a Teddy Bridgewater jersey at home. Hopefully, that's a learning experience for us as well".
The Vikings started slow, but Keenum caught fire in the second quarter with three touchdown passes, but two picks in the second half make the game much closer and concerning than it should have been.
After Adam Thielen scored on a 7-yard touchdown pass from Keenum in the second quarter of Sunday's 38-30 win over Washington at FedEx Field, he motioned for players to join him for a celebratory game of leapfrog.
Sunday also featured Stefon Diggs scoring on a 3-yard pass in the second quarter and hugging the goalpost, which was covered in camouflage as part of the NFL's Salute to Service campaign. Keenum, though, threw a pair of interceptions that facilitated a Redskins comeback.
"When you look at the throw to Chris Thompson on fourth down earlier in the game, if we can keep our feet there, or the ball can be thrown a way where he can keep his feet, then that's four more points", he said.
"We're right where we want to be, but our work isn't over, " said defensive end Brian Robison. "That was a gift, " Keenum said. "At times, it felt like we were doing everything we wanted to do offensively, but then missed opportunities - and we can go through them - just led to not enough points to be able to outscore the Vikings". "Sometimes plans change. We'll see how it goes and we'll sit down this week and visit about it and kind of go from there".
But, more importantly, what were the good, bad, and interesting things that happened in Week 10 between the Vikings and Redskins.
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