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NFL scores and more, Week 5: What happened on Sunday

The Vikings can blow that giant ass Nordic horn all they want because they just keep winning. Four sacks and one interception almost feels like a disappointing effort for the Vikings defense. Almost. Such are the standards the Vikings have established for themselves. That one pick of Brock Osweiler gave Mike Zimmer’s all-resiliency squad a league-best +11 turnover ratio.
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