Nearly a week after being all out of sorts in Seattle following a loss at New England, the Vikings were determined to return home and show what they've got left.

Did they ever.

The Vikings dodged a few hiccups to run away with a 41-17 dismantling of Miami on Sunday afternoon. Here's what coach Mike Zimmer had to say about the win, plus watch postgame reaction from Kirk Cousins, Dalvin Cook and Adam Thielen in addition to a press box report from Star Tribune reporters Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer.


VideoVideo (14:05): Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer break down the Vikings' 41-17 win over the Dolphins, and whether it means the team's offense will have success going forward after changing coordinators this week.
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VideoVideo (05:11): Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins says even though interim offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski did a good job he believes the plays have always been there.
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VideoVideo (04:09): In his debut as offensive coordinator, Kevin Stefanski called plays that enabled the Vikings to defeat Miami 41-17. Head coach Mike Zimmer was pleased with his performance, but says they have to get back to work as they still have two games left that are critical in making it to the playoffs.
VideoVideo (01:50): Vikings running back Dalvin Cook gives credit to the offensive line for opening up holes and enabling him to score two touchdowns in their 41-17 victory over Miami.
VideoVideo (02:24): After a dominant win over Miami, Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen praised Minnesota's efforts, but is already looking at the importance of the final two games of the regular season.