The Biggest Plays From Browns-Vikings

3October 2021

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Vikings are taking on the Cleveland Browns at home Sunday, seeking their second win of the season after an impressive victory over the Seattle Seahawks last week.

Follow along with the biggest plays of the game here:


The Vikings got the scoring started with an opening drive touchdown from Kirk Cousins to Justin Jefferson.


The Browns subsequently drove down the field, but on 4th and 4, Everson Griffen sacked Baker Mayfield for a turnover on downs.

With just over a minute left in the first half, Kareem Hunt plowed in for a 1-yard touchdown. After a penalty on the Vikings, the Browns went for 2 and converted, making it 8-7.

The Browns got the ball back, and thanks to a 33-yard run on 3rd down, they made it into field goal range.

Kicker Chase McLaughlin nailed a 48-yarder to put the Browns up 11-7 at the half.


The third quarter was largely uneventful — so much so that Mayfield had time to tie a teammate’s shoe.


McLaughlin hit a 53-yard field goal to extend the lead to 14-7.

Kirk Cousins threw his first interception of the season on a deep shot to Adam Thielen.

The Vikings got the ball back and were driving thanks to a long completion to Jefferson.

But a Malik Jackson sack on 4th down gave the Browns the ball back.

The Vikings’ last-minute effort to tie it fell flat, and the Browns win 14-7.


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