Cardinals win 34-26 against the Vikings thanks to points off errors in the game.

The Vikings defeated the Cardinals 34-26 on Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium

after forcing three turnovers from the Cardinals in the second half, one of which was recovered after a fumbled punt.

Following the early pressure that Kris Boyd put on Greg Dortch, Kene Nwangwu and Troy Dye sprinted after the ball.

Nwangwu assisted in preventing Dortch from obtaining the ball, which Dye eventually grabbed at the Arizona 25.

The day was decided by the 13 points scored on drives covering just 31 and 25 yards,

especially when Minnesota was forced to settle for a field goal after Isaiah Simmons caused and recovered a fumble during a sack of Kirk Cousins.

Late in the third quarter, Simmons handed the ball to the Cardinals at the Minnesota 24-yard line with the score 28-23

but Arizona was forced to settle for the field goal and was never able to regain the lead.

Following a scoring breakdown, here are four additional observations made by Minnesota Eye Consultants, the Minnesota Vikings' Proud LASIK Partner: