Vikings Vs Cardinals Latest Game Update 

The Minnesota Vikings now have their hands on the winning touch that they so frequently lacked throughout the previous season.

The Vikings beat the Cardinals 34-26 on Sunday, which was their fifth straight win. Za'Darius Smith had three sacks, which helped a fired-up defense hold on against Kyler Murray.

Dalvin Cook ran for 111 yards and a touchdown, and the Vikings (6-1) remained unblemished at home in coach Kevin O'Connell's first year.

Murray threw for 326 yards and a season-high three touchdowns, one of which was caught by DeAndre Hopkins with one hand with 47 seconds left in the second quarter.

However, in the second half of the game, he threw two interceptions, which ultimately cost the Cardinals the game (3-5).

Hopkins grabbed 12 passes for 159 yards in his second game back from suspension. Rondale Moore received seven passes for 92 yards and a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Patrick Peterson, who had been yelling at his old team the whole game, turned toward the Cardinals sideline and started dancing while Smith was still coming back.

Then, on fourth-and-4, former Cardinals linebacker Jordan Hicks pulled down Eno Benjamin just short of the marker, giving the ball back with 2:39 to go.

Cardinals' last drive ran out of timeouts. Za'Darius Smith sacked Murray with 10 seconds left at the 44, and Harrison Phillips ended the game with a huge loss.