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New England Patriots, Minnesota Vikings Turkey In Early Trot: Mac Jones TD Pass Assists 10-7 Lead: AM

The New England Patriots and Minnesota Vikings don’t waste time pumping it up on Thanksgiving night.

For two offenses slandered as “sleepy” last Sunday, the Pats and Vikings found the end zone on their first offensive drives. In doing so, they leveled their Week 12 matchup in prime time from Minneapolis’s US Bank Stadium 7-7.

The Vikings batted first when quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​led his team for 80 yards in eight games. Minnesota moved the ball easily off the Patriots’ pass rush when Cousins ​​connected with wideout Justin Jefferson for a seven-yard gain and Adam Thielen for a 16-yard pick-up. Coach Kevin O’Connell even dug into his bag of tricks when Jefferson completed an 11-yard shot at Thielen for the first kill. Cousins ​​finished the drive with a six-yard strike against Jefferson. Kicker Greg Joseph’s extra point gave the Vikings a 7-0 lead.

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