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After trailing 33-0 and 36-7 with 4:53 to play in the third quarter, the Vikings completed an improbable comeback on Saturday, stunning the Colts in Minneapolis, 39-36, in overtime.

The 33-point victory is the most in NFL history. The previous record was 32 points scored by the Bills in the 1992 wildcard round, according to ESPN Stats & Info. Former Colts coach Frank Reich was the Bills quarterback that day.

The Colts dominated the football game from the jump, running the score offensively and playing stout defense against the Vikings for most of the first three and a half quarters.



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