The Minnesota Vikings pulled off an unthinkable rally Saturday afternoon. It goes down as the largest in NFL history.

Facing the Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota fell behind 33-0 at halftime. A number of issues plagued the Vikings, including a pick-6 from Kirk Cousins and a number of stalled offensive drives within their own territory.

However, the second half became a completely different story. Cousins rallied the team with 4 touchdowns in the second half, including 3 in the fourth quarter, to tie things up at 36-all in regulation.

The Vikings eventually kicked a game-winning field goal in overtime, clinching the NFC North and sending social media into a frenzy: