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MINNEAPOLIS -- Those harboring some anxiety about the Vikings' secondary probably were doing so before Sunday, when the team lost three defensive backs to injury and gave up 321 passing yards to an offense with a third-string quarterback and no discerni…Share Tweet
Vikings aim at smooth transition for London 'home' gameTeam is striving to put players at ease before Sunday’s “home” game. Biscuit mix, coffee and favorite socks will be waiting.Share Tweet
Hartman: Injuries in secondary were costly to VikingsHarrison Smith took the blame for the Browns’ final TD but said the team must fight through its 0-3 start.Share TweetJordan Cameron caught three touchdown passes, including the go-ahead grab in the back of the end zone with 51 seconds left, and the Cleveland Browns kept the Minnesota Vikings winless with a 31-27 victory Sunday.Share TweetOnly three teams have made the playoffs after starting with three losses.Share TweetESPN.com Sep 22, 2013MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Vikings' next game is a home contest in name only. They will face the Pittsburgh Steelers next Sunday at London's Wembley Stadium, having given up a date at Mall of America Field after going 7-1 there last year. They will tr…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Sep 22, 2013Two weeks ago, referee Bill Leavy’s crew committed multiple errors in the determination and enforcement of penalties after 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was mugged out of bounds by Packers linebacker Clay Matthews. Today, Leavy and company made an …Share TweetSince 1990, only three teams have started 0-3 and still made the playoffs.Share Tweetyahoo.com Sep 22, 2013Maybe the Trent Richardson trade will end up working out for Indianapolis and Cleveland. The Browns, who seemed to be giving up on their season by dealing Richardson this week, went to Minnesota and beat the Vikings in an early game on Sunday. Advantage…Share TweetBrowns score in final minute to escape with victoryShare Tweetdeadspin.com Sep 22, 2013The Browns did it! They really did it! Brian Hoyer threw a decent pass to Josh Gordon, and even though the coverage of the Vikings' secondary was awful, it's still an official touchdown for Cleveland. Do you believe in miracles?Read more...Share Tweet
Villaume: 0-2 Vikings suddenly a big favoriteThe Cleveland Browns come to town suddenly minus Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson.Share Tweet
NFL Sunday Blitz: Browns-Vikings RecapSep 22Michele Steele and Tom Waddle break down the Browns week 3 win over the Vikings.
Browns Rally To Win First GameSep 22Brian Hoyer threw for 321 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Browns past the Vikings 31-27.
Week 3: Cleveland Browns vs. Minnesota Vikings highlightsSep 22Quarterback Brian Hoyer leads the Cleveland Browns past the Minnesota Vikings 31-27 while passing for 321 yards and three touchdowns.
Vikings postgame press conferenceSep 22Vikings react following game with Browns