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There weren't many memorable moments for the Vikings in their 42-14 loss to Cincinnati Sunday, but Paul Brown Stadium gave us a few instances that will imprint today's defeat in our head.

First, in a timeout early in the ballgame, the Bengals had the brilliant idea of putting a tiny monkey on the back of a cute dog to chase rams around the field.

No sarcasm in that brilliant idea comment, a truly fantastic move that has to be recognized as a phenomenal entertainment idea.

An in-game moment that brought a few laughs from on-lookers came on one of Matt Cassel's three interceptions on the day.

THAT is how you use your head.

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