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Vikings beat Steelers 36-28, deny last-play pass in end zone

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MINNEAPOLIS – – Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith ripped off his helmet once the victory was finally secured, after a 29-point lead on the Pittsburgh Steelers late in the third quarter evaporated into yet another teeth-clenching finish.

Dalvin Cook rushed for 205 yards and two touchdowns in his faster-than-expected return from a shoulder injury, and the Vikings held on to beat the Steelers 36-28 by forcing an incomplete pass in the end zone on the final play Thursday night. The Vikings had a 300-66 advantage in total yards in the first half. The Vikings averaged more than 10 yards per play in the first quarter.

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