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Webby
09-16-2011, 08:44 PM
2.2
QB Donovan McNabb’s interception percentage, which ranks as the 3rdlowest
in NFL history.

4
Career kickoff returns for touchdowns for WR/KR Percy Harvin. Harvin is the
only Vikings player in team history to have more than one KR for a TD. He
returned the opening kickoff at San Diego (9/11/11) 103 yards for the TD.

4
Consecutive seasons DE Jared Allen has finished with double-digit sacks.
Allen led the Vikings with 11.0 sacks in 2010 after finishing with 14.5 in
each of his first two years with the team. He has .5 sacks this season.

4
Consecutive seasons RB Adrian Peterson has rushed for 1,200+ yards
(2007-10). Peterson has 98 rushing yards in 2011.

18
Vikings regular season wins in 22 games at Mall of America Field from 2008-
10, including 8-0 in ‘09. The Vikings finished 4-2 at MOA Field in 2010
(played two home games in other venues) and 18-4 from 2008-10.

25
Career 100-yard rushing performances (including playoffs) for RB Adrian
Peterson.

41.8
Net punting average for P Chris Kluwe in 2011.

52
Career rushing TDs for RB Adrian Peterson. He is tied for 1st in Vikings
history with Bill Brown and Chuck Foreman (52) for most rushing TDs.

64
Vikings roster moves since August 1, 2011.

93.6
Field goal percentage since 2009 for K Ryan Longwell, best in the NFL.
Longwell is 44-of-47 during that time.

114
Field goals made for K Ryan Longwell as a Viking. Longwell is only the 4th
player in team history to make 100 field goals.

136
Consecutive sellouts at Mall of America Field.

161
Career punts inside the 20-yard line for P Chris Kluwe, a team record and
the 4th-most among all players since Kluwe joined the Vikings in 2005.

191
Career catches for TE Jim Kleinsasser. Kleinsasser now ranks 2nd in team
history for catches by a tight end.

231
Career TD passes for QB Donovan McNabb. He ranks 22nd in NFL history.

1,588
Career points for K Ryan Longwell, who ranks 15th in NFL history.

5,880
Career rushing yards for RB Adrian Peterson in four-plus seasons, which
ranks 2nd in team history. Peterson tied for the 5th-fastest player in NFL
history and broke a team record for games needed to reach 5,000 yards
(51).

MulletMullitia
09-17-2011, 02:01 AM
Love this thread! Looks like Adrian Peterson is going to own every single Vikings RB record by the end of the season. After only 5 seasons. That's so impressive.