The Longest Touchdown Passes Ever Given Up By The Minnesota Vikings


The Minnesota Vikings came into the National Football League in the early 1960s and have played in some of the biggest games. The great players that have suited up for the team have made some big plays over the years too. Like every team though, big plays are often made by the opponent.

Here is a look at the top five longest touchdown passes given up by the Minnesota Vikings.

#1 – 1977 Green Bay Packers – 95 Yards
Lynn Dickey connects with Steve Odom in the first quarter but that would be the Packers only score of the game. Vikings 19 – Packers 7

#2 – 1977 Cincinnati Bengals – 94 Yards
Ken Anderson to Billy Brooks
Vikings 42 – Bengals 10

#3 – 1993 Detroit Lions – 93 Yards
Rodney Peete to Herman Moore
Lions 30 – Vikings 27

#4 – 1980 Chicago Bears – 89 Yards
Vince Evans to Rickey Watts
Vikings 34 – Bears 14

#5 – 1967 Green Bay Packers – 86 Yards
Zeke Bratkowski to Carroll Dale
Vikings 10 – Packers 7

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