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ESPN's 2nd Half Prediction For Redskins-Vikings

Dalvin Cook running for a touchdown.

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - DECEMBER 16: Dalvin Cook #33 of the Minnesota Vikings runs with the ball for a 21 yard touchdown, his second of the day, in the fourth quarter of them game against the Miami Dolphins at U.S. Bank Stadium on December 16, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images)

The Minnesota Vikings were favored over the Washington Redskins by more than two touchdowns tonight, but the first half of this game has been relatively even.

Thanks to a Dalvin Cook touchdown run in the final seconds of the first half, Minnesota leads Washington 13-6 at intermission. The two teams had traded field goals up until that point.

Cook has been an all-purpose star for the Vikings through 30 minutes of game action. He's carried eight times for 35 yards and a score while also leading the team with five receptions for 73 yards.

Kirk Cousins has continued his solid play for the Vikes, completing 12-of-13 passes for 173 yards.

ESPN has released its second half prediction for Redskins-Vikings. Despite their inability to shake Washington in the first half, the Vikings are still heavily favored by the computer.

Minnesota has a whopping 90.2 percent win probability heading into the third quarter.

The second half of Redskins-Vikings will be coming up shortly. The Redskins will receive the kickoff to start the third quarter.

You can watch on NFL Network and FOX.