A 101-yard march

Posted by ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Minnesota just drove 91 yards to take a 28-0 lead on Arizona. Make that 101 yards.

Yes, the Vikings committed three false start penalties on the drive, requiring them to "gain" an extra 10 yards during the march. (The first penalty came before the first play, thus making the 9-yard line the official starting point of the drive.)

The score came on an 11-yard screen pass to tailback Chester Taylor. It was Tarvaris Jackson's third touchdown pass of the game, a new career high.

We asked earlier if 21 points was enough to win this game. At this point, it looks like 28 is going to do it.

Be back with you at halftime.