Minnesota Vikings seal ugly 3-0 win over the Raiders in lowest NFL scoreline since 2007… as both teams toil in Las Vegas and fans slam ‘worst game in history’

The Vikings outlasted the Raiders Sunday in an extremely low-scoring affair, as Minnesota won just 3-0 thanks to a late field goal.

For Minnesota, the win was marred by the exit of Justin Jefferson with a chest injury, after the receiver had just returned from a hamstring injury that cost him seven weeks.

The Vikings also benched quarterback Josh Dobbs for Nick Mullens, and finished the game with just 231 total yards of offense. 

Greg Joseph scored the lone Vikings’ points of the day with a late field goal

But Greg Joseph converted a 36-yard field goal with 1:57 remaining to hand his team its seventh win of the season. 

It’s the first time the score line has occurred since the Steelers beat the Dolphins 3-0 on November 26, 2007.

Fans were quick to slam the unentertaining affair.

‘Is this the worst NFL game of all-time?’ one asked on X.

‘An ugly…really ugly win is still a win,’ another said.

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