Vikings Top Kansas City 16-10, But It Wasn't PrettyThe Minnesota Vikings were barely good enough to win, yet the Kansas City Chiefs found another ugly way to lose. The defense and rookie wide receiver Stefon Diggs bailed out Teddy Bridgewater for an erratic performance, and the Vikings held on to beat the mistake-prone Chiefs 16-10 on Sunday.
4 Things To Know For Oct. 18, 2015Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Oct. 18.
Protesters March Against 'Racist' Chiefs NameA loud protest outside TCF Bank Stadium on Sunday was aimed at the Vikings' opponent, the Kansas City Chiefs.
Cassel Leads Vikings To 30-12 Win Over Kansas CityMatt Cassel made a winning return to Arrowhead Stadium, even if it was just a preseason game. The quarterback who was booed, benched and eventually released two years ago by the Chiefs, threw for 152 yards and a touchdown Saturday night, leading the Minnesota Vikings to a 30-12 win over a scuffling Kansas City team dealing with a rash of injuries and suspensions.
Snake-bit Chiefs Fall Short As Defense Fails Repeatedly In Second-half CollapseThe Kansas City Chiefs lost an eighth-straight postseason game on Saturday, losing 45-44 to the Indianapolis Colts after holding a 28-point lead in the third quarter.
Viking Postgame Interviews With Eric NelsonWCCO's Eric Nelson was in Kansas City Sunday as the Vikes fell to the Chiefs 22-17. He caught up with both teams plus some special guests including former Gopher Coach Tim Brewster following the game.
Vikings, Chiefs: Someone Has To Win ... Right?The story has been the same for the Vikings the past three weeks, just tweak the opponent a little bit and adjust the final score.