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The Minnesota Vikings ended their four-game losing streak when they played against the Arizona Cardinals in their week 11 contest. 

Two big touchdown plays over 100 yards - a 100-yard pick-six by cornerback Xavier Rhodes and a 104-yard kickoff return by wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson - helped the Vikings bulldoze over their opponents and tie themselves at the top of the NFC North with the Detroit Lions. 

However, their bulldozing didn't start with the Cardinals on Sunday. No, it started with a sound guy as they came out onto the field at the beginning of the game.


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As you can see in the video further down, the sound guy for Fox Sports got absolutely wrecked by Minnesota's Linval Joseph and Brian Robison as they came out of the Vikings ship for the start of the game.

The sound guy got levelled so hard by the defensive lineman that his glasses broke as he was taken off his feet and landed hard on his back. 

He should have seen it coming though because a lot of fog and smoke comes out of the Vikings' ship before the players come out. You know what they say, no smoke without fire. The fire, in this case, being a 330-pound defensive tackle trucking you to the ground if you get in his way.

For the Vikings, they have now broken a four-game losing streak, putting their season back on track to reach the playoffs. They'll be hoping to secure the top spot to themselves in the NFC North when they play against the Detroit Lions on Thursday night.

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