Sean Payton Learned About Karma Against The Vikings

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They won't have the crowd noise or the fast surface, for one.

If you believe in karma, you along with the Vikings won on Sunday during the Minnesota's 29-24 miraculous comeback victory over the Saints in the NFC Divisional playoff.

It was 3rd-and-10 at Minnesota's 39-yard line.

The Vikings waived tight end Kyle Carter on Saturday to make room for Bradford, who last played at Chicago on October 9 and returned to practice last week after recovering from a left knee injury. It was unbelievable. My daughter grabbed me and we hugged. I don't think anybody in the huddle was down. He was just trying to pick up as much yardage as he could. New Orleans had taken a 24-23 lead just 15 seconds earlier. P.J. Williams covered Rudolph, Ken Crawley covered Wright, and Marshon Lattimore was on the opposite side of the field covering Thielen.

But these ghosts had never dealt with the magic of Case Keenum.

"The Minneapolis Miracle", as it was dubbed in trending on social media, was as unfathomable as the name sounds. But with no defenders behind him, the margin for error was slim. He's got a big chip on his shoulder.

The clock had ticked down to zero, and Minnesota fans were already deep into a celebration like no other.

I'm not sure exactly how this happens.

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Williams awkwardly whiffed on Diggs, taking out cornerback Ken Crawley as Diggs came down, tucked the ball in his right arm and stuck his left hand in the turf to stay up.

Before the play, Diggs said Keenum told the huddle that he was going to give somebody a chance.

"I was preparing for somebody to contact me so I could get out of bounds but nobody touched me", Diggs said.

"At the end we were just all jumping up when we saw the catch, and we were just like go go go", says Andrew Sabers. "The rest is history".

"That's the challenge of going up against one of the better defenses in the league". But everyone looked toward the field to see if there was a penalty on the play.

Sean Payton is one of the top coaches in the NFL.

"If there was a curse, we probably would have lost today", Zimmer said.