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Minnesota Vikings are actually tied for NFL’s best record


The Minnesota Vikings didn’t play on Monday night but they still saw their odds to be the primary seed improve because the Commanders beat the Philadelphia Eagles by a rating of 32-21.

The sport itself was mostly controlled by the Commanders. They forced the Eagles to show the ball over 3 times and Commanders quarterback Taylor Heinicke forced an unnecessary roughness penalty after dropping to each knees on a critical fourth down contained in the two-minute warning.

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The loss by the Eagles puts the Vikings in a tie for first place within the NFC and although the Vikings lose the tiebreaker, it puts them in a greater spot to potentially get the illustrious top seed and a first-round bye.

Vikings cornerback Akayleb Evans even took to Twitter to thank the Commanders for pulling out the victory,

Commander’s thanks

— Akayleb Evans (@AkaylebEvans) November 15, 2022

The Vikings are sure to be primary in not less than one power rankings article tomorrow.

Well, there will probably be a latest No. 1 team in the ability rankings tomorrow morning. pic.twitter.com/kPy2sjRcus

— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 15, 2022

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