Vikings-Packers game filled with highs and lows before ending in tie

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Stefon Diggs #14 of the Minnesota Vikings catches a pass for a two point conversion over Ha Ha Clinton-Dix #21 of the Green Bay Packers to tie the game. The Vikings and the Packers tied 29-29 after overtime. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

It was a rollercoaster game filled with ups and downs, ultimately ending in a 29-29 tie between the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers.

Some of the Vikings players said they've never been part of tie, but this isn't the first time the Vikings have tied Packers; back in November 2013, the score ended 26-26.

One of those high points included Laquon Treadwell's first NFL touchdown of his career, but had some issues later on in the game.

Another low: the missed field goals by Daniel Carlson.

And the mood went back up during those two touchdowns, especially the 75-yarder to Stefon Diggs from Kirk Cousins.

Then came the moment Thielen and Diggs scored a touchdown and 2 point conversion to tie the game.

Finally, the game finished on a low point, with two missed field goals by Carlson.

"It feels terrible," Carlson said after the game. "Obviously let my team down, I give credit to them, they fought back again and's disappointing to me."

"Ties don't feel good," Stefon Diggs said. "But, we're learning and going to move forward."

"I am tired and I don't know what to feel after a tie…it's a unique place to be and I'm proud of the way the whole team [...] stayed in it and fought. There were times when we felt we should’ve won it, times when the Packers felt should've won."

"I've been playing football for a while, and it's the first time I've experienced something like this," said Linval Joseph.