The Minnesota Vikings did some good and bad things against the Cowboys in Week 11.
For the past three weeks, the Minnesota Vikings have been playing great football. They have rifled off a trifecta of victories against divisional opponents and looked to keep their win streak going in Week 11.
Their opponent in this game was the Dallas Cowboys, a team with a struggling defense and an offense that has seen four different quarterbacks. Although they only have two wins on the season, they can put themselves right back in the playoff picture with a win thanks to a very weak NFC East division.
Sadly, the Vikings couldn’t get the job done on Sunday. The team fell short by a final score of 31-28, bringing them to a 4-6 record on the season and keeping their win total at U.S. Bank Stadium this season at one lone victory.
Let’s take a look at some of the good and bad things the Minnesota Vikings did against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 11 starting by discussing the best thing the purple and gold did at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday.
(Note: All stats via ESPN)