Vikings fans — Saints, too — lost their minds after miracle finish

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As Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs scampered down the sideline with no time left on the clock to score the winning touchdown and cap the Minneapolis Miracle in a 29-24 victory over the Saints, America erupted.

Even those without a vested interest couldn’t believe their eyes. But nothing could top the diametrically opposed emotions that spilled from Vikings and Saints fans.

Take a look at the thrill of victory …


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… and the agony of defeat …

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