While receiver Stefon Diggs signed autographs, Vikings fan Lenin Espitia, of Portland, Ore., searched his viewfinder for a photo before kickoff of Monday night's game in Seattle. You could excuse Espitia if he couldn't find the perfect picture. The first three quarters of the showdown between playoff contenders was a slugfest, a battle of big bodies in big piles on a big field. Not much of the exciting offense NFL fans have come to expect. Danielle Hunter and the Vikings' defensive line put a lot of pressure on Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and running backs such as Rashaad Penny. And while quarterback Kirk Cousins handed off to Dalvin Cook with more frequency than in recent games, the Seahawks bottled up the Vikings offense, stopping Minnesota on a fourth-and-goal with less than 9 minutes to play and preserving a 6-0 lead.