Minnesota Vikings Best and Worst: Week 13 vs. Seattle Seahawks

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SEATTLE, WA - DECEMBER 2: Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins (8) paced the sidelines after a turnover on downs in the fourth quarter of an NFL football game in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Anthony Souffle/Star Tribune via Getty Images)

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins (Photo by Anthony Souffle/Star Tribune via Getty Images)

What were the best and worst things that happened during Week 13 when the Minnesota Vikings played the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football?

The Minnesota Vikings have faced some tough teams during the 2019 NFL season but none may have the sense of urgency and impact Week 13 had when the team traveled to Seattle to face off against the Seahawks.

The game from Monday Night Football put a strong, balanced Seahawks unit against a surging Vikings team that has won their last two games, including a prime-time affair against the Dallas Cowboys in Texas.

Sadly, Minnesota wasn’t able to come out on top in this contest. Despite having a lead at halftime and battling back in the fourth quarter, the Vikings suffered a 30-37 loss in the high-profile matchup in what was a winnable game for the purple and gold.

There were some really good moments that came from this game and some instances that fans or the players themselves would rather forget. Let’s take a look at the best and worst things to happen from Week 13 between the Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks.

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