"Take A Knee" Protest Outside Vikings Game

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Granted, it wasn't hard to shut down yet another's opponent that was decimated by injury, but that's what good teams do and this Vikings team is quickly showing it is one of the better teams in the NFL. But ankle surgery kept him out of the entire offseason program, all of training camp and most of the preseason and buried him on the depth chart behind Dalvin Cook, who was lost for the season with a knee injury on October 1, and Jerick McKinnon.

Protesters outside of U.S. Bank Stadium "took a knee" before the Minnesota Vikings game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. "I said eventually I know I would have some success". "It was nice to see Latavius Murray get some runs against this stout defense and I thought we played pretty good defense most of the day". "I knew I had to continue to keep doing what I do and continue to keep working, and hopefully like today, those big runs will pop".

This season Forbath is 17 for 18 on field goals and has converted kicks of 50-plus yards in consecutive games for the first time, including last week's 53-yard make against Green Bay. Everson Griffen had two sacks and has nine for the year.

"We came into the game wanting to stop the run first".

Neither team found the end zone in the first half, with Minnesota up 9-6 at halftime via a trio of Forbath field goals, answered by two Tucker field goals for the Ravens. "He was adamant about wanting to get back in the game", head coach John Harbaugh said after the game.

The nine combined field goals tied an National Football League record for most made field goals in a game.

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The interception led to a Baltimore field goal, but more importantly, it kept the Vikings from scoring first. He caught a 13-yard touchdown pass with no time on the clock to break the Ravens' touchdown-less streak at almost 13 full quarters.

Coming into Sunday, the running back had only gained a total of 97 rushing yards all season long.

"He's made some great kicks", said coach Mike Zimmer. "It adds a dimension on the offense with a guy like Jerick and a guy like him".

Flacco, who finished 27-of-39 for 186 yards, had nowhere to throw the ball.

The Ravens got a field goal on the ensuing drive to take a 3-0 lead, but lost wide receiver Mike Wallace for the game to a concussion. "But I wouldn't say overall that we're trying to fix something that's completely broken".

Jon Krawczynski is an Associated Press writer.

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