Minnesota Vikings receiver K.J. Osborn races down sideline for 64-yard TD reception

GLENDALE (Ariz.) -- What's that for a statement!
After a loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in overtime, the Minnesota Vikings offense was plagued with penalties and inability to run play-action. On Sunday, the team drove to State Farm Stadium to take an early lead over Arizona Cardinals.

Kirk Cousins & Co. assembled an explosive, two-play, 75 yard drive. It began with an 11-yard run by Dalvin Cook and ended in the Vikings quarterback hitting K.J. Osborn scored a 64-yard touchdown with a play-action pass.

Osborn was open on the visitors' sideline, and he waltzed into goal. On a 44-second drive, kicker Greg Joseph made the point-after attempt to give Minnesota 7-0 lead.

Osborn was the No.1 receiver, having played 67 of the 83 snaps against Bengals. The Vikings' offense has Osborn as the No. 3 receiver. He scored his first touchdown of his career at 64 yards.

The Vikings scored again in the second period, when Nick Vigil, linebacker, made a 38-yard interception to give Minnesota a 30-24 lead.