Case Keenum throws four touchdown passes in win over Redskins


In two career games against the Redskins at FedEx Field, the Vikings receiver has 17 receptions for 242 yards and 1 touchdown.

"I was very, very jealous that I wasn't in it, " he said.

"I didn't see them when they were sitting on the ground over there, but I did see Diggs jump on the goal post and we had a little discussion, " Zimmer said of Sunday's celebration. In a game last month at Chicago, Kyle Rudolph caught a touchdown pass from Keenum and players joined him for a game of "Duck, Duck, Gray Duck".

Of course they're going to play Bridgewater. Save for a minute that his use of the poll was dubious at best for how it could have affected his body, but the fact that he earned the Vikings a 15-yard penalty on the ensuing kickoff is just not using your head (Washington took the kickoff back to the 40-yard and great field position).

Crowder, 24, played in his first 40 National Football League games (20 starts) before missing the Seattle game. He did have one in a 2016 preseason game, but his previous one in a game that counted was at Immokalee (Fla.) High School.

"How about Mackensie getting his first interception?"

Keenum said, "I may have a Teddy Bridgewater jersey at home".

Alexander actually had a decent return when Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins threw a ball that was batted by Vikings nose tackle Linval Joseph.

The Vikings started slow, but Keenum caught fire in the second quarter with three touchdown passes, but two picks in the second half make the game much closer and concerning than it should have been.

Fantasy Impact Overall, it was a fantastic effort from Keenum, though his two interceptions, which came on back-to-back throws, allowed the Redskins to get back into the game after it was well in hand. "I played with D.J. back in my Houston days, so I gave him a gift on that one". The 36-yard play was originally ruled incomplete but then changed to a touchdown after Washington challenged the call. "But you know, he's an excitable guy and he needs to understand when are the good plays, when are the bad plays sometimes".

It was Morgan's first career score. "I appreciate everybody that has helped me get there".