He backed out of swinging at the last minute

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Slye pulled the ball left and Thielen, stuck at home after positive COVID tests put him out for the game , erupted with the same jubilation and disbelief that flowed out of plenty of living rooms in plenty of Twin Cities houses on Sunday. Kirk Cousins hit two of his final seven passes in the final four minutes a week ago before connecting on six of his last seven Sunday. The swings Thielen experienced as a spectator were the same ones Vikings fans have endured throughout this surreal trip through the NFL schedule. They appear not to be over yet, with the Vikings again only one game out of a playoff spot before a Week 13 home game against the one-win Jaguars.

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Steve Keim said he hasn't felt this way after a game "since the game we lost, ," a reference to the blowout loss in Seattle in that ultimately doomed former GM Rod Graves and coach Ken Whisenhunt. It was that loss that Keim noted as a big part of his motivation when he was hired as GM about a month later. You have two choices. You can curl up in a ball and hope it goes away -- which it's not -- or you come out swinging and fight. Like Wilks Thursday night, Keim declined to talk about any specific changes that might happen, including on the coaching staff. Keim said that it was the easy part of the business identifying what the problems are for the Cardinals. The challenge is finding ways to get them fixed.

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Former Edmonds City Councilmember and mayoral candidate Neil Tibbott kicked off his campaign to rejoin the city council in a gala Thursday evening bash at the Edmonds Yacht Club. The event took full advantage of Gov. After spending years on the Citizens Transportation Commission and the Planning Board, Tibbott was elected to the city council in , He abandoned his plans to run for re-election in , opting instead to throw his hat in the mayoral ring, where he joined a field of three other candidates — city planner Brad Shipley and fellow councilmembers Kristiana Johnson and Mike Nelson. As the two top vote-getters in the primary, he and Nelson advanced to the November election, where he was defeated, earning