Eric Kendricks' texts with his mom before Vikings' win are awesome

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Minnesota Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks stole the show Sunday when he picked off Marcus Mariota and returned the interception 77 yards for a touchdown.

That play gave the Vikings the lead for good in their 25-16 win over the Titans.

After the game, Kendricks took a screen shot of the text message chain he had going with his mom before and after the game. His mom told him to "kick ass" and Kendricks told her that he wanted an interception. Check it out.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BKOybV2Do96/?taken-by=erickendricks54&hl=en

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