The Minnesota Vikings could be very well pissed right now if they did not come away with today’s huge victory.
The National Football League admitted that Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis dropped a pass on the sideline late in the fourth quarter, but the officials ruled it a catch, allowing the drive to continue.
The Bills would go on tie the game.
“PFWA pool reporter @bylindsayhjones conducted an interview w/ NFL Senior VP of Officiating Walt Anderson. He said that Gabe Davis’ catch on the final drive should’ve been incomplete and that they’ll have to find out from the replay official why the game was not stopped to review,” Alaina Getzenberg tweeted.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins completed 30-of-50 passes for 357 yards and a touchdown in the team’s comeback overtime victory over the Bills. He threw two interceptions that could have proven to be costly, but the Bills helped him out with a late game fumble in the end zone.
Justin Jefferson was the player of this game as he hauled in 10 passes for 193 yards and a touchdown during Minnesota’s thrilling 33-30 overtime win over Buffalo.
The seventh straight win by the Vikings improved their record to 8-1. They now have a huge matchup against the Dallas Cowboys next week.