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This Sunday in Buffalo, NY, we may have just witnessed the game of the season and a potential Super Bowl matchup. The Minnesota Vikings won a wild 33-30 overtime matchup against the favorite Buffalo Bills in a game with wild goal line stands, incredible catches, insane fumbles and so many reversals of fortune, the win probability chart looked like a seismograph.
Charles Robinson & Frank Schwab lead off this Sunday night recap podcast with the amazing game in western New York, how it changes the playoff picture in the AFC and how it solidifies Minnesota's standing in the NFC.
The guys recap all fourteen games from Sunday's Week 10 action including the Green Bay Packers finally getting right against the Dallas Cowboys, Patrick Mahomes making his MVP case against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Tom Brady's win in Germany and a Las Vegas Raiders loss so embarrassing that no one in the franchise may be safe from the pink slip come January.
0:20 Minnesota Vikings 33, Buffalo Bills 30 (OT)
13:30 Dallas Cowboys 28, Green Bay Packers 31 (OT)
20:50 Los Angeles Chargers 16, San Francisco 49ers 22
23:20 Jacksonville Jaguars 17, Kansas City Chiefs 27
28:00 Detroit Lions 31, Chicago Bears 30
35:35 Seattle Seahawks 16, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21
38:50 Indianapolis Colts 25, Las Vegas Raiders 20
48:15 Cleveland Browns 17, Miami Dolphins 39
51:45 Denver Broncos 10, Tennessee Titans 17
54:55 Arizona Cardinals 27, Los Angeles Rams 17
57:45 Houston Texans 16, New York Giants 24
58:40 New Orleans Saints 10, Pittsburgh Steelers 20
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