SEATTLE (AP) — When he came out for the start of the second half, Kyle Rudolph knew the Minnesota Vikings had a chance to take control.
They had a seven-point lead. They had the ball to start the final 30 minutes. After scoring on their final possession of the first half, the opportunity was there for Minnesota to take a two-score lead in Seattle.
“And then we go three-and-out and the next you know it’s a tie game,” Rudolph said. “And then we turned the ball over again and turned the ball over again. We just didn’t execute well enough in the second half.