The result of the Minnesota Vikings' 29-26 loss to the Baltimore Ravens came down to the team who had the ball last. The Ravens' game-winning touchdown left only four seconds on the clock. If there had been more time left on the clock, the Vikings would have tied it up with a last-second field goal, and the game would have gone into overtime.
That would have really ratcheted up the weirdness factor for this game that saw 36 points scored in the final 2:05 of the game.
This scoring barrage came on the heels of the Ravens leading only 7-3 at halftime and 7-6 after three quarters.
Here are some takeaways from another roller-coaster finish for the Vikings.