Welcome to the Week 10 edition of the Vikings Postgame Report. The Vikings got out to an early lead in the 1st Half, jumping out 24-3 and never looked back. Quarterback Joshua Dobbs came out hot in his first start as a Viking and finished the game 23-of-34 for 268 yards and 1 Touchdown passing and added another 44 yards on the ground with a score. Ty Chandler led the running game with 15 carries for 45 yards and his first rushing touchdown of his NFL career. As for receiving, T.J. Hockenson had a huge day pulling in 11 receptions for 134 yards and a receiving touchdown. The Defense became opportunistic in the second half after backup quarterback Jameis Winston came in for injured Saints quarterback Derek Carr. D.J. Wonnum, Danielle Hunter and Jonathan Bullard all recorded sacks in the game, while Byron Murphy Jr and Mekhi Blackmon both grabbed interceptions in the 4th quarter. In the end, the Vikings were able to protect the lead and improve to 6-4. Next week, the Vikings will head to the Mile High City to take on Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos. Paul Allen and Pete Bercich recap the win, including: another gutsy effort for a 5th straight win, Dobbs athleticism in his second Vikings game, the continued unorthodox defensive pressures, and everyone pitching in to make key plays. Plus, Head Coach Kevin O’Connell and Quarterback Josh Dobbs both spoke to the media at the postgame press conference. All of this and more is in the 2023 Week 10 edition of the Vikings Postgame Report.