5 takeaways for the Buffalo Bills in Week 10 against the Minnesota Vikings

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4th and 18

While the fumble at the goal line by the Buffalo Bills offense will be the most talked about play, there was a play by the Minnesota Vikings on the drive right before that really turned this game around for Minnesota.

On the first play after the two minute warning, the Minnesota Vikings faced a fourth and 18 and Kirk Cousins looked to his number one wide receiver Justin Jefferson. However, the throw looked to be thrown too high and Cam Lewis appeared to be in prime position to come away with the interception and essentially end the game.

However, Jefferson was able to get one hand in between Lewis and the ball and pull it away for the reception to keep the Vikings’ drive alive. There were plenty of plays that forced this game to go back and forth but this was one that the Bills would have probably won if they stopped that play.