Minnesota Vikings beat Colts for biggest comeback in NFL history

The Minnesota Vikings rallied from a 33-point deficit at halftime to defeat the Indianapolis Colts, 39–36, completing the greatest comeback in NFL history.

n the first half of the game on Saturday at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, the Colts' defense held up the Vikings' offense, 

scoring two touchdowns on an interception and blocking punts, both of which were returned for touchdowns as the Colts 33- Got out. 0 lead.

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But the Vikings flipped the script, scoring five touchdowns in the second half, including a 64-yard run by the Vikings with just over two minutes left in the game.

Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins tight end T.J. Hockenson scored on the two-point conversion to tie the game.

In overtime, after both teams had possession and were forced to punt, Vikings kicker Greg Joseph made a 40-yard field goal as time expired to seal the comeback victory.

The official Minnesota Vikings Twitter account posted a photo of team members with the caption "The Kings in the North" after the surprise victory that clinched the NFC North.

The previous greatest comeback in NFL history was the Buffalo Bills' 32-point rally to defeat the Houston Oilers 41–38 in the 1992 Wild Card Round.

Entering Sunday, teams with a 30+ point lead had a record of 15–48–1–1 since 1930.

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