Adrian Peterson set a number of records and continued his assault on the team and NFL rushing charts Sunday. He set the team record for career rushing touchdowns and became the quickest to reach 6,000 yards, among other feats. Other mentions from Sunday: Toby Gerhart, Antoine Winfield, Everson Griffen, Donovan McNabb and Ryan Longwell.
Adrian Peterson set a team record for most career rushing touchdowns, scoring two on Sunday to make it 54 in his career, breaking a tie with Chuck Foreman and Bill Brown at 52.
Peterson also set a team record for most games with 20 rushing attempts. He has 32 of those games, surpassing Chuck Foreman (31) and Robert Smith (30).
Peterson set a team record for fewest games needed to reach 6,000 rushing yards. He reached that mark in 63 games, besting Smith, who reached that level in 89 games.
Peterson becomes the first player in team history to gain 6,000 rushing yards in a Viking's first five seasons.
Peterson becomes only the second player in team history to reach 6,000 rushing yards. Smith has 6,818 in eight seasons.
Peterson has 25 100-yard games, the most in a Viking's first five seasons.
Peterson moved into a second-place tie with Foreman for most career games (32) with 100 yards rushing. Bill Brown leads that statistics with 42 100-yard games.
Toby Gerhart had his two career longest plays – a run of 31 yards and a reception of 42 yards.