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The Minnesota Vikings scored the first goal Thursday night with a six-yard pass from Kirk Cousins ​​to Justin Jefferson. Mac Jones and the Patriots countered with a 34-yard touchdown pass to Nelson Agholar.
After the teams traded punts, the Vikings had great field position and a chance to drive down the field and take the lead, but Cousins ​​missed K.J. Osborn on a crossover route and threw it straight to cornerback Jonathan Jones.
Unfortunately for the Vikings, Cousins ​​was pressured down the middle and was unable to step into the throw, causing the faulty throw.
Twitter flared up after the interception of Cousins, who also nearly got bugged on the game's second drive for once again playing poorly in primetime.
The interception brings Cousins ​​nine a year and two more than all of 2021. The interception wasn't great, but that doesn't matter to the Twitter mob.
The Vikings now lead the league this season with 49 points
Story originally appeared on Vikings Wire
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