(Detroit, MI) -- The Vikings scored twice in a 1:34 span in the first quarter as held on to beat the Lions 30-23 in Detroit's annual Thanksgiving Day game at Ford Field. Case Keenum finished 21-of-30 for 282 yards and two touchdown passes to Kyle Rudolph. Keenum also ran for a score for the NFC North-leading Vikings, who have won seven straight to improve to 9-and-2 on the season. Latavius Murray's TD run early in the third quarter gave Minnesota a 27-10 lead. He ended with 84 rushing yards on 20 carries. Matthew Stafford was 20-of-35 for 250 yards and two TD's but had an interception and a fumble as the Lions had their three-game winning streak snapped. Detroit is now three games behind Minnesota in the division at 6-and-5. Marvin Jones Jr. had six catches for 109 yards and two scores in the setback.
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