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GIF(s) of the game: Cordarrelle's celebration

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The Vikings got their third win of the season Sunday against Chicago, and rookie wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson played a big role in the victory.

While being neutralized in the kickoff return role, Patterson was involved offensively in a variety of ways, including playing a little running back, and taking a toss in the backfield from Christian Ponder 33 yards for his first career rushing touchdown.

His celebration was unique, as he decided to involve the third team on the field, the zebras.

Good stuff.

Then there was Alshon Jeffrey, who had plenty of highlights on the day, the most impressive of which came on his second touchdown of the game.

He's pretty good, but not good enough to get Chicago the win. SKOL.

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