Percy Harvin's kickoff return for a touchdown helped increase his mentions in the Vikings record book. E.J. Henderson's two interceptions against the Cowboys also registered him in the team's record book. Several others players also set records or moved up in their pursuit of them.
E.J. Henderson becomes only the 10th linebacker in team history to intercept two passes in a game. He is the first since Chad Greenway against Detroit on Sept. 20, 2009.
Henderson ties a team record for most interceptions vs. Dallas in the series history with two. He becomes only the second linebacker to accomplish that, and the first since 1961 against the Cowboys, joining Rip Hawkins.
Percy Harvin moved into second place in team history for most kickoff returns of 50 yards or more. Harvin now has four; David Palmer had five from 1994 to 2000.
Harvin's kickoff return average of 44.7 ranks third in team history for a single game. Aundrae Allison averaged 47.7 against Detroit in 2007 on three returns and Harvin averaged 45.0 against San Francisco last year on four returns.
Harvin's 95-yard return set a record for longest kickoff return in team history in the Dallas series.
Harvin's 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown ranks sixth-longest in team history. Harvin is the only player to be in the top 10 more than once, with three long returns – of 101, 95 and 88 yards.
Harvin added to his team record with his third career kickoff return for a touchdown. He now has three kickoff returns for touchdowns. Eleven other players have kickoff returns for touchdowns in team history, but Harvin is the only one with more than one touchdown.
Harvin's 18 rushing yards give him a career total of 156, which moves him into third place among Vikings wide receivers in team history. Randy Moss has 159 and Anthony Carter had 290.
Harvin tied a team record for most combined kick-return touchdowns in a career with three. David Palmer had two punt returns for touchdowns and one kickoff return. Mewelde Moore has two punt returns for touchdowns.
Greg Camarillo caught his first touchdown as a Viking. It was Brett Favre's 60th different receiver to have caught a touchdown pass thrown by him, his 503th.
Adrian Peterson's 73 rushing yards give him a career total of 5,037. He becomes only the fourth Vikings player to reach that milestone. Robert Smith is the franchise leader with 6,818 rushing yards, Chuck Foreman had 5,879 and Bill Brown had 5,757.
Peterson set a team record for fewest games needed to reach 5,000 rushing yards, accomplishing it in 51 games. Foreman did it in 68 games, Smith in 79 and Brown in 119 games.
Peterson becomes the first Vikings player to reach 500 yards in five games twice in his career, doing that in 2007 and 2010.
Peterson set a team record for most consecutive games gaining a first down rushing, accomplishing that in 43 consecutive games and breaking a tie with Foreman.
Peterson becomes the first player in team history to reach 600 scrimmage yards in five games twice in his career, doing that in 2007 and 2010.
Ryan Longwell becomes only the fourth kicker in team history to make 100 field goals, joining Fred Cox, Fuad Reveiz, Gary Anderson and Ryan Longwell.
Longwell produced his eighth game-winning kick as a Viking. The team record is nine by Fred Cox (1963-77).
Moss' five receptions give him 944 for his career, ninth in NFL history.