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Vikings QB: ‘3rd Best Moment of My Life Behind Giving My Life to Jesus Christ and Marrying My Wife’

By Craig Millward | January 15, 2018 | 10:42am EST
Vikings quarterback Case Keenum describes game-winning touchdown pass to Stephan Diggs. (Screenshot)

Following the Minnesota Vikings’ 29-24 victory over the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional Playoff game on Sunday, Vikings Quarterback Case Keenum called the game-winning touchdown “special,” and described it as “the third best moment of my life behind giving my life to Jesus Christ and marrying my wife.”

“That’s special,” Keenum told Fox Sports’ Chris Myers about the 61 yard game-winning touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs as time expired . “That’s one of the most special times of my life.”

 

“You ask me about this moment, what this moment has meant to me. It’s probably going to go down as the third best moment of my life behind giving my life to Jesus Christ and marrying my wife. And this is right there, close.”

The Vikings advance to play the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game next Sunday.

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