Big drama: Big surprise in the night

the Minnesota Vikings did it in 2018, and Sunday it happened again. the NFL sent the surprising New Orleans Saints out of the playoffs in the best in the worl

Big drama: Big surprise in the night

the Minnesota Vikings did it in 2018, and Sunday it happened again. the NFL sent the surprising New Orleans Saints out of the playoffs in the best in the worl

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
06 January 2020 Monday 03:00
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Big drama: Big surprise in the night

the Minnesota Vikings did it in 2018, and Sunday it happened again.

the NFL sent the surprising New Orleans Saints out of the playoffs in the best in the world league of american football after a dramatic win - this time with the digits 26-20.

the Fight was settled when Kyle Rudolph grabbed a touchdown thrown by Vikings-quarterback Kirk Cousins in the extended playing time.

Before that was the regular playing time ended 20-20, after Saints with a field goal in the dying seconds brought the equality on the score board.

the Victory means that the Minnesota Vikings will meet the topseedede teams in the NFC conference, the San Francisco 49'ers in the second round of the playoffs. The match is being played next weekend. 49'ers because of their seeding been over in the first round.

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Rudolph grabs the decisive touchdown. Photo: SEAN GARDNER/Ritzau Scanpix

And then there is the purple cheers. Photo: Kevin C. Cox/Ritzau Scanpix

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Sunday's showdown was close from the start. The Vikings went to the break with a lead of 13-10. It was expanded to 20-10 in the third quarter, before the Saints in the fourth and last quarter with ten points in a row levelled the game the purge and sent it out in overtime.

Here we started the Vikings with the ball, and because the team scored the touchdown, got the Saints not given the opportunity to respond back.

In 2018 beat the Vikings also Saints in the playoffs. At the time, was the team from Minnesota trailing by a single point, before a long touchdown, as time ran out gave the Vikings a miraculous victory.

Later Sunday tørnede Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks in the fourth and final match in the first round of the NFL's playoffs.

The battle is won the Seattle Seahawks with 17-9, which sends the team on to the next round of the playoffs, where the Green Bay Packers awaits.

Not enough that the Philadelphia Eagles lost, so might the players also see quarterback Carson Wentz to be deleted with a head injury.

Eagles coach Doug Pederson had no immediate comments to quarterbackens condition subsequent, but sent his thoughts to Wentz, who has been plagued by more injuries.

on the Night of Sunday, advanced to the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans in addition, after the victories over, respectively, the Buffalo Bills and defending Super Bowl champions the New England Patriots.

the Playoffs in the NFL is made up of six teams from the AFC and six teams from the NFC the two halves of the league.

played a total of three rounds in the playoffs, after which the two remaining teams - the winner of the AFC and the winner of the NFC collide in the Super Bowl, which this year played at night for 3. February Danish time in Miami.

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