Vikings players react to Sunday's victory over the Raiders, in which the running game played such a major role that even Adam Thielen ran for a score.
 

VideoVideo (03:31): Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen scored his first rushing touchdown in Minnesota's 34-14 win over Oakland, giving credit to the run game for helping them in Week 3.

VideoVideo (06:58): Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins says the team is learning about new players this year and what they can do, as well as what veteran players can do under the new offensive scheme.

VideoVideo (03:57): Vikings running back Dalvin Cook believes he's just scratching the surface of his running game, but knows he wouldn't have the success he's had this season without the players he says make him want to work hard for it.

VideoVideo (01:39): Vikings cornerback Mike Hughes returned for his first game against Oakland after recovering from a knee injury last season.

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VideoVideo (03:58): The Vikings ran for 211 yards in their win over Oakland, and Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer says they'll adhere to the run game as long as it continues to work for them.

VideoVideo (01:54): Vikings running back Alexander Mattison says the team takes pride in its running game, which proved to be successful yet again in their win over Oakland.