Rams vs. Vikings score update: St. Louis trail Minnesota at the half, 30-7

Joe Robbins

The Ram's are struggling against the Vikings, as their offense and defense are not performing well.

The Minnesota Vikings turned up their game against the St. Louis Rams in the second quarter, and trail 30-7 at the half. This game could be even more out of hand than it already is as the Rams defense was able to force the Vikings to settle for three field goals in the quarter.

The Rams were able to get on the board and tie the game at seven when Sam Bradford connected with receiver Brian Quck on a 4-yard pass. That score are the only points that the Rams have put up so far.

The Vikings were able to respond to that score when running back Adrian Peterson scored on their first play by scoring on an 82-yard touchdown run. At the half. Peterson has run over the Rams for 119 yards.

The other touchdown for the Vikings came when Bradford threw an interception and defensive end Everson Griffen, who then took the ball 29-yards to the house.

Here is the required visual evidence of a fat guy touchdown:

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Outside of that interception, Bradford has performed fairly well with 148 yards on 14 of 23 passes.

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