Published: Tue, November 14, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Case Keenum throws four touchdown passes in win over Redskins

Case Keenum throws four touchdown passes in win over Redskins

Then on Case Keenum's next throw early in the fourth quarter, the SC product picked off another pass. But he also led the team in a rendition of leapfrog after the Vikings third touchdown of the day. The Vikings gave up almost double the 16.9 points they had allowed per game during the first half of the season. "I mean, there's a couple plays we can go through that could easily be 4-for-4 down there". Maybe if he can excel against a nasty defense like Minnesota's they'll reconsider.

After the Vikings went down 7-0 to open the game, Keenum followed up back-to-back runs with a play-action bomb to Stefon Diggs, who burned Josh Norman for 51 yards. His current starting quarterback, Case Keenum, played the best half of his career to give the Vikings a 28-17 lead, then survived two amateurish interceptions to run his and the team's winning streak to five.

"As receivers and in a passing game, you kind of look forward to those opportunities to let the ball loose and see how much you can score, and if it becomes a track meet, so be it". Luckily for the Vikings' backup QB, Forbath made the kick, putting the game out of range for Washington.

The Vikings are becoming well known for their celebrations. Hopefully he can keep that focus, intensity and aim the rest of the season.

"I was very, very jealous that I wasn't in it, " Murray said.

The FOX broadcast noted that head coach Mike Zimmer told them it's only a matter of time before Bridgewater is back. "They were great and doing the Skol chant, and all that". Diggs, from a Maryland suburb of Washington, had four catches for 78 yards. Diggs said he wanted to pay homage to service members, but the Vikings were penalized 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct.

It wasn't awesome when Keenum fluttered a ball into the air late in the third quarter that Swearinger snagged downfield at the Washington 19. And of course they did in the final minutes of the game when Tom Johnson busted through the line to tackle the running back for a loss on fourth down-a huge play that helped seal the win. "It's our job to get the home field into the game, and we didn't do that at the end of the second quarter and second half".

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