Well, the game got off to a fast start, but has slowed down markedly since then.
The game started off with the Redskins scoring on their first possession, moving the ball 83 yards in 13 plays, concluding with a 10-yard touchdown pass from Donovan McNabb to Fred Davis. That gave the Redskins a 7-0 lead.
The Vikings, however, responded, notching a touchdown on their first drive for the first time all season, moving the ball 71 yards in 7 plays. Adrian Peterson played a huge role on the drive, catching a screen pass and going for 34 yards, and carrying the ball 3 times for 18 yards on the drive, including the tying touchdown from five yards out to make the score 7-7.
And that's where we stand now. No turnovers since then, no scores since then, and a whole lot of punting.
Join us here for the second half and see if the Vikings can kick off the Leslie Frazier era with a win!