4 takeaways from Redskins 38-27 loss to Vikings

Redskins receiver Jamison Crowder returning from injury against Vikings

Stumbles at key junctures cost Redskins in loss to Vikings; Washington now 4-5

Crowder, 24, played in his first 40 National Football League games (20 starts) before missing the Seattle game.

But on the whole, Keenum's day was impressive, as former starter Teddy Bridgewater returned to the sidelines.

"This time around we just want to show that we're a different team", said Diggs, who had four catches for 78 yards. He was 26 of 45 for 327 yards and one interception for Washington (4-5).

"Opportunities like these don't come along twice, so when you get that second opportunity, you cherish it, you hold it and you never want to let it go", Bridgewater said.

Case Keenum threw a career-high four touchdown passes, Adam Thielen had 166 receiving yards and the Minnesota Vikings defeated the Washington Redskins 38-30 Sunday at FedExField for their fifth straight win. The catch was initially ruled out of bounds, but the call on the field was reversed upon review to give Harris his well-deserved score.

"I was surprised myself", Harris said". Against the Vikings, the Redskins rushed for a paltry 81 yards. Griffen leads the Vikings with 10.0 sacks on the season and has had at least one sack in every game this season. RB Rob Kelley left with a knee/ ankle injury in the first quarter and will have an MRI.

At 7-2, the Vikings are in fine shape in the division and the conference and will be home on Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams. He took 43 passing attempts in the win Sunday.

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