After Christian Ponder threw a second interception to start the half. . .his second in consecutive attempts after going 145 attempts in a row to start the season without one, the Vikings got the ball back and converted a 26-yard field goal from Blair Walsh to make the score 16-0.
Following another Tennessee three-and-out. . .the Titans have just five first downs and 96 yards of offense through three quarters of play. . .the Vikings drove down the field again, concluding the drive with a beautiful catch-and-run for Percy Harvin from 10 yards out for his second touchdown of the day. That one made the score 23-0, which is where we stand as the fourth quarter gets underway.
Here's a look at the catch and run for Harvin.
If the Vikings can hold on to this lead, they will move to 4-1 on the season, and will retain a share of first place in the NFC North with the Chicago Bears, who are blasting the Jacksonville Jaguars by a score of 34-3 midway through the fourth quarter.