MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — After two narrow losses to start the season, Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings found a foolproof way to avoid the type of harrowing finish that has haunted them more often than not. They put this game away ahead of time — against Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks, no less. “It's a razor's edge,” Cousins said. “You're living it both ways.” Cousins threw three touchdown passes before halftime and guided three clock-draining field goal drives after that, as the Vikings
Cousins' hot start continues, and the Vikings earn their first win of 2021.