Vikings fans react to embarrassing loss to the Bills

What the hell happened?
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It was a game in which the Vikings were favored by a massive 17 points, they lost in farcical circumstances by 21.

The Buffalo Bills, who were so bad last week that one of their defensemen RETIRED at half time, managed to limit the Vikings to just 6 points.

At the other end, against the Vikings' supposedly immovable defense, they ran in 27 points mainly thanks to QB Josh Allen, who was making only his second NFL start.

Now the Vikings have got to travel on a short week to face the LA Rams, and on today's evidence they're slated for yet another humbling.

If you're still rubbing your eyes in disbelief you're not alone, here's a flavor of how Vikings fans are feeling after that embarrassment.

To make matters worse, the Bills are trolling us.

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