Record-seekers vs. Bears

The Vikings didn't have many great performances Sunday against the Chicago Bears, but they had a few players move up the franchise charts.


  • Brett Favre completed 14 consecutive passes, tying the second-longest streak in Vikings history. Tommy Kramer had 16 consecutive completions at Green Bay in 1979 while Warren Moon (at Chicago in 1995) and Wade Wilson (vs. Detroit in 1988) also had 14 straight.

  • Percy Harvin's 53-yard touchdown reception was his career long. His previous was a 51-yard TD vs. Green Bay on Nov. 1, 2009.

  • Harvin set a team record with his fifth career game with 200 combined net yards. Tommy Mason, Chuck Foreman and Adrian Peterson all had four such games.

  • Harvin tied a team record with his third game with 200 combined net yards in a season. Peterson (2007) and Mason (1962) each had three.

  • Harvin tied a team record with two consecutive games with 200 combined net yards, equaling Peterson in 2007 and Foreman in 1976.

  • Husain Abdullah had his first two career interceptions.

  • Peterson's 75 yards give him 6,930 combined net yards for his career, surpassing Sammy White's 6,878 and moving Peterson into ninth place in franchise history. Cris Carter holds the record with 12,410.

  • Peterson's 51 rushing yards give him 5,392 since joining the league in 2007, moving him into ninth place for most in an NFL player's first four seasons. Eric Dickerson holds the record at 6,968 from 1983-86.

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