Teddy Bridgewater will be on the Minnesota Vikings' active roster on Sunday for the first time since 2015, and it is reportedly not out of the question that he could play against the Washington Redskins.
The Washington Redskins again found a way to not reward their fans at home in another loss at FedEx Field.
Then, on the first play of the fourth quarter, safety D.J. Swearinger intercepted his second Keenum pass and returned it 31 yards to the Minnesota 2-yard line. Keenum looked for most of the game as if there was no way would he give up that job anytime soon, but then he had his shaky moments.
And with that, the Vikings improved to 7-2 on the season, on a day when their defense was far from flawless.
Keenum threw touchdown passes in the second quarter of 3 yards to Stefon Diggs, 1 yard to David Morgan and 7 yards to Adam Thielen. His 36-yard touchdown catch on Sunday was the first scoring reception of his career. Against the Vikings, the Redskins rushed for a paltry 81 yards.
Case Keenum threw touchdowns to four different receivers to build a big lead, and the NFC North-leading Vikings won their fifth in a row by beating the Redskins 38-30 Sunday despite two second-half interceptions. Thielen led an ensuing celebration that was a good old fashion game of "Leap Frog".
Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins had three TDs - two rushing and one passing - and was 26 of 45 for 327 yards with an interception.