THE VIKINGS' LAST-SECOND TOUCHDOWN WAS ONE OF THE GREATEST NFL PLAYOFF FINISHES EVER
Saints safety Marcus Williams
Saints safety Marcus Williams owns up to mistake on Stefon Diggs’ game-winning touchdown
#43 Saints safety Marcus Williams
“Man, it was just my play to make,” said Williams, who missed the tackle around the Saints’ 35-yard line that allowed Minnesota Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs to run free for a 61-yard, game-winning touchdown in Minnesota’s 29-24 victory.
“The ball was in the air. I didn’t go attack it. And he came down and made a great play, and that’s just on me,” said Williams. “I just gotta be that guy and go up and get the ball. As a safety back there, you gotta be the eraser. And that was my job.”
Prince’s ghost blocked Marcus Williams, only explanation for this Minnesota Miracle.
#7 Case Keenum
The Vikings needed a miracle, so they called a play called “Seven Heaven.”
With the Vikings seconds away from yet another devastating postseason defeat, they came up with perhaps the most dramatic victory in team history. Stefon Diggs caught a 61-yard touchdown pass from Case Keenum on the final play for a 29-24 victory over New Orleans in a divisional playoff game Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium.
“Wow,” Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said. “That was a heck of a game, wasn’t it? And the good guys won.”
The Vikings advanced to play at Philadelphia next Sunday in the NFC championship game.
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