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ICYMI: Vikings Best 8 Plays So Far

The Vikings take a 2-2 record into their bye week during Week 5 of the 2015 season and there have been numerous moments that have stood out thus far. Here are eight of them…

#8: Sendejo Blocks Punt, Sherels Returns

Slow to go in the 1st quarter of Week 1 in San Francisco against the 49ers, the Vikings got some momentum on their side with this blocked punt by starting safety Andrew Sendejo. CB Marcus Sherels scooped up the loose ball and ran into 49ers territory gave the Vikings an early jolt.

#7: Trick Play to Jarius Wright

Adrian Peterson took the handoff from Teddy Bridgewater and flipped it to Jarius Wright on the reverse for a 29-yard gain late in the 1st quarter of the Week 2 victory against the Detroit Lions.

#6: Munnerlyn Strips, Sendejo Recovers

CB Captain Munnerlyn had an impressive strip to cause a fumble and S Andrew Sendejo recovered the ball, running it deep into Lions territory in the Week 2 win.

#5: Flip pass from Teddy to Peterson

In the midst of getting sacked, Teddy Bridgewater channeled his inner Brett Favre and flipped the ball to Adrian Peterson, who went 49 yards down the sideline in Week 2.

#4: Smith's Huge Hit on Kaepernick

Harrison Smith put a huge hit on San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick early in Monday's season opener.

#3: Adrian Peterson Untouched on 4th Down

On a 4th down play midway through the 4th quarter in Week 4 against the Denver Broncos, Adrian Peterson went untouched up the middle for a 48-yard touchdown.

#2: Adrian Peterson 43-Yard Touchdown

Adrian Peterson breaks away with a stiff arm and a 43-yard touchdown against the San Diego Chargers in Week 3.

#1: 91-Yard Pick Six Chad Greenway

Veteran LB Chad Greenway shows he can move up the field. He intercepted Philip Rivers' pass in the 4th quarter and went 91 yards for the touchdown.

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