Stefon Diggs plays big as Vikings' offense rolls over Saints

Ebony Scott
September 13, 2017

Prior to the game on Monday night, the current electric receiver for the Vikings, Stefon Diggs, took to Instagram to show off some pretty awesome cleats that he would be wearing before the game to pay homage to one of the greatest to ever play the position.

With Peterson on the opposite sideline in his New Orleans debut, Vikings rookie running back Dalvin Cook ran 22 times for 127 yards.

He caught seven of the eight passes Bradford threw his way, turning two of them into touchdowns and finishing the night with 93 receiving yards. He didn't do much to "stick it" to the Vikings either, recordings six carries for a total of 18 yards.

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"Obviously we settled for too many field goals offensively, and then all of the sudden, got into catch-up mode", Saints coach Sean Payton said. "I'm on to the next play".

NOTES: New Orleans RT Zach Strief left the game in the second quarter with a leg injury and didn't return.

To make matters even better, Diggs wasn't even done there in the first half, as he would pull in another score right before halftime hit.

He went on to play eight of his 14 National Football League seasons with the Vikings, finishing behind only Cris Carter on the franchise's all-time record list in receiving yards (9,316), touchdowns (92), and receptions (587).

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