Week 10 Ups and Downs: Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins

Week 10 Ups and Downs: Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins

Week 10 Ups and Downs: Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins

Slot receiver Jamison Crowder will return today when Washington hosts the Minnesota Vikings (1 p.m. on November 12) after missing the Redskins' win at Seattle last week with a hamstring injury.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen (19) carries the ball past Washington Redskins free safety DeAngelo Hall (23) during the first half of an NFL football game in Landover, Md., Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017.

Crowder, 24, played in his first 40 National Football League games (20 starts) before missing the Seattle game. He rushes for 90 yards and two touchdowns and has three receptions for 50 yards. He then threw two interceptions to safety C.J. Swearinger, but the Vikings had a big enough lead that it didn't cost them. His 36-yard touchdown catch on Sunday was the first scoring reception of his career.


For the Redskins, they will take the lead early but will be non-existent from there. Running backs Rob Kelley and Chris Thompson have solid days. Forbath kicks a 50-yard field goal, while Hopkins' longest field goal will be 45 yards.

But, more importantly, what were the good, bad, and interesting things that happened in Week 10 between the Vikings and Redskins. However, the Vikings are 6-2 and have a great chance to win the NFC North.

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