The Minnesota Vikings forced two Green Bay Packers turnovers early during Monday night’s game.
While the first one resulted in only a field goal, Minnesota capitalized on an Aaron Rodgers pick in the second quarter to go up 10-3.
First off, underrated defensive back Anthony Harris put up a tremendous interception of Rodgers to set his Vikings up in scoring territory with the game tied at three.
Just a few plays later, Kirk Cousins connected with the styling Stefon Diggs on a 21-yard score to put the Vikes up a touchdown.
Talk about two game-changing plays at the exact right moment for Minnesota.
The Vikings are looking to remain alive in the NFC North race. They would also like to sneak up from their current place as the sixth seed in the playoffs.
This was a darn good start.