WASHINGTON — The Arizona Cardinals beat the Minnesota Vikings 19-8 on Saturday night, putting a team record of 20-0 on the road.
The Cardinals (6-3) are now 10-1 in their last 13 road games.
The Cardinals held a 3-0 lead in the first quarter but trailed by as many as 17.
The Vikings scored three unanswered points before the Cardinals scored two unanswered points to take a 20-10 lead.
Arizona scored on a 3 on 2 from Jared Veldheer, the first Arizona scoring TD of the season.
Veldhemer scored from just inside the left upright to put Arizona up 20-17.
Minnesota then scored again on a 2-on-1 from Veldhim.
The Vikings tied the score at 23-23 with 3:38 remaining on the clock and started their comeback with a 6-footer from Cody Hall.
Veleldheers 2-point field goal with 1:33 left gave Minnesota a 23-20 lead.
The Cards scored a pair of 3s to take the lead for good at 21-20 with 2:13 left.
Veldeheer added a 1-point conversion to give Minnesota a 21-21 lead.
The Cards scored again the next possession to make it a 23, with the Vikings adding a 3 with 3 seconds left.
The teams exchanged scores and both teams scored again just 2:00 later, with Hall getting the go-ahead points with a 9-yard field goal.
Veldaheers made the game-winner on the final play of regulation with 2 seconds left to put the Cardinals up 21-19.
Minnesota scored two touchdowns before halftime to go up 20.
The next touchdown came on the next play, when Hall hit his 2-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs.
Minnesota then scored on its next possession on its ensuing possession, a 1 on 1 with 6:11 left in the half.
The Falcons converted on the ensuing possession.
The first quarter ended with Minnesota holding an 18-10 edge in total offense.
The first two scoring drives went 3 yards for a first down.
Arizona led 23-17 entering halftime.