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Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer recap the Vikings' 3-0 win over the Raiders in Las Vegas, where Joshua Dobbs lost his job and a rookie defender kept rising.
Justin Jefferson, returning from a seven-game absence, was injured on his second catch and taken to the hospital after a hard hit from Raiders safety Marcus Epps.
Ivan Pace Jr. was all over the field, with a team-leading 13 tackles and the game-sealing interception.
O'Connell called his offense "week-to-week," and they have one fewer day to recover, with the next game Saturday at Cincinnati.
Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins will join Peyton and Eli Manning's show while two "Monday Night Football" games are being played at the same time.
Undefeated rookie linebacker Ivan Pace Jr. had 13 tackles and a game-sealing interception as he continues to grow into a leading role on the Vikings defense.
What's the best way to summarize the Vikings' 3-0 victory in Las Vegas? How about ugly, uglier, ugliest — except for one facet of the game.
Nick Mullens offered a shot of adrenaline that was needed to revive an inept offense led by Joshua Dobbs that was pulling the Vikings to a third consecutive defeat.
Greg Joseph's field goal with less than two to minutes to play broke a scoreless tie and Ivan Pace's interception sealed the win in a history-making and injury-filled game.
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