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NFL Week 15 Saturday grades: Vikings earn ‘B+’ for epic comeback; Bills get ‘A’ for huge win over Dolphins

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The NFL needed just the appetizer for the Saturday slate to have a wild day of football, thanks to the Minnesota Vikings’ incredible comeback over the Indianapolis Colts. Not only did the Vikings complete the largest comeback in NFL history (33 points), but Kirk Cousins threw for the most pass yards in the second half and overtime in league history (417 yards).

The Vikings clinched the NFC North in the process and notched their 10th — yes their 10th — one-score victory of the season. They are the first team since the 2019 Seattle Seahawks to have 10 one-score victories in a season and the first team to have a 10-game win streak in one-score affairs. The Buffalo Bills also had a thrilling victory over the Miami Dolphins on a  \snowy night in Buffalo, capping off an exciting slate of Saturday football. 

How were all three Saturday games graded? We got you covered for the Week 15 Saturday slate. 

Minnesota 39-36 over Indianapolis in OT

Vikings-Colts grades by Garrett Podell (Love the grades? Hate the grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Cleveland 13-3 over Baltimore

Browns-Ravens grades by Jared Dubin. (Love the grades? Hate the grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Buffalo 32-29 over Miami

Dolphins-Bills grades by Jeff Kerr. (Love the grades? Hate the grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

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