Nothing is better than the Vikings radio call of Justin Jefferson catch and game-sealing INT vs. the Bills

Patrick Peterson #7 of the Minnesota Vikings (Isaiah Vazquez/Getty Images)
Patrick Peterson #7 of the Minnesota Vikings (Isaiah Vazquez/Getty Images) /

The Vikings radio call of Justin Jefferson’s fourth-down catch and Patrick Peterson’s game-ending interception is the perfect soundtrack to victory.

The Vikings are 8-1 and just pulled off the kind of win against the Bills that will have everyone in Minnesota speaking with hoarse voices on Monday.

Sunday’s victory was Game of the Year kind of stuff. It featured a 17-point comeback from the Vikings, an all-time fourth-down catch from Justin Jefferson, an improbable defensive score with under a minute to play, Josh Allen heroics to set up a game-tying field goal to force overtime and then more Jefferson exceptionalism as Minnesota grabbed the W.

Who better to describe the action than Minnesota’s radio broadcast team Paul Allen and Pete Bercich?

Vikings radio call of Justin Jefferson catch, game-ending INT is immense

Neither Allen nor Bercich were ready for Jefferson’s stunning play on his one-handed fourth-down catch to keep the Vikings alive.

They were caught off guard, along with everyone else, by the Bills endzone fumble and Vikings touchdown in the final minute.

And finally, they were absolutely overjoyed by Patrick Peterson’s overtime interception to end the game.

You won’t find a more passionate and excitable radio team in the NFL. A game as wild as that one between the Vikings and the Bills deserved some madness in the booth.

Kirk Cousins threw for 257 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. He’ll probably have an eventful plane ride home. Dalvin Cook finished with 119 yards, including an 81-yard score. Jefferson was the star of the show with 193 yards on 10 receptions including a 22-yard touchdown.

On the other side of things, Stefon Diggs was a stud with 12 catches for 128 yards while Allen ran for 84 yards and threw for 330 yards and a touchdown. However, the Bills quarterback threw two costly interceptions.

The Vikings are now even more in control of the NFC North while the Bills are stuff in third place in the AFC East behind the Dolphins and Jets. As it stands, Minnesota is comfortably in the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoff picture.

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