Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen showed his catch on Sunday night in his game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Thielen got a pass from Kirk Cousins in the corner of the end zone with one hand and somehow kept within bounds to complete the touchdown. Dallas also received a team penalty on the same game.
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The touchdown pass cut the Cowboys’ lead to two points in the third quarter. Minnesota went into the half with 16-7.
Thielen’s touchdown catch competes with CeeDee Lamb, who made an incredible touchdown grab earlier in the game.
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The Vikings came into the game and itched after a win to remain in contention for an NFC playoff spot. The Vikings are a little behind the Green Bay Packers in NFC North, but a win over Dallas could at least keep them in contention for a wildcard spot.
Thielen surpassed 100 yards reception in the third quarter.
He entered the game against Dallas with 41 catches for 523 yards and nine touchdowns. This is only the third time he has surpassed the 100-yard receiving mark this season.
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He last had the 100-yard reception on Oct. 4 against the Houston Texans.