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Minnesota Vikings record-seekers vs. St. Louis Rams

Blair Walsh, Adrian Peterson, Stefon Diggs, Teddy Bridgewater and others advanced in the Minnesota Vikings record book.

Blair Walsh tied a team record for most game-winning field goals in consecutive weeks. He becomes the first kicker to do it on the last play in both games.

1t) 2 Blair Walsh, 11/1 - 11/8/2015
1t) 2 Ryan Longwell, 10/6 - 10/12/2008
1t) 2 Ryan Longwell, 9/11 - 9/24/2006
1t) 2 Paul Edinger, 11/13 - 11/21/2005
1t) 2 Benny Ricardo, 9/18 - 9/25/1983

• Walsh set a team record for most game-winning field goals in OT in a career.
1) 3 Blair Walsh, 2012-15
2t) 2 Ryan Longwell, 2006-11
2t) 2 Fuad Reveiz, 1990-95
2t) 2 Benny Ricardo, 1983

Adrian Peterson becomes only the sixth player to have 90 rushing touchdowns in his first nine NFL seasons.

• Peterson moves into ninth place for most 100-yard rushing games in a player’s first nine NFL seasons with 46.

• This is the 100th game Peterson has led the team in rushing.
1) 100 Adrian Peterson, 2007-15
2)  70 Robert Smith, 1993-00
3)  69 Chuck Foreman, 1973-79

• Peterson set a team record for most rushing attempts vs. the Rams.
1) 29 Adrian Peterson, 11/8/2015
2) 28 Chuck Foreman, 10/28/1973

• Peterson becomes the first Viking to have two 100-yard games rushing vs. the Rams.
1) 212 Adrian Peterson, 12/16/2012
2) 179 Robert Smith, 9/13/1998
3) 125 Adrian Peterson, 11/8/2015
4) 123 Raymond Hayes, 12/3/1961
5) 102 Cordarrelle Patterson, 9/7/2014

• Despite not playing in the first three games, Stefon Diggs has the second-most receiving yards (461) after eight games by a Vikings rookie.
1) 593 Randy Moss, 1998
2) 461 Stefon Diggs, 2015
3) 447 Sammy White, 1976

Teddy Bridgewater has won seven straight home games.

• Greg Zuerlein’s 61-yard field goal is the longest vs. the Vikings all-time and seventh-longest in NFL history.
1) 61 Greg Zuerlein, St. Louis, 11/8/2015
2) 58 Mason Crosby, Green Bay, 10/23/2011
3) 56 Greg Zuerlein @ St. Louis, 9/7/2014

• The Vikings are now 15-3-2 vs. the Rams at home. The Vikings’ win percentage of .800 vs. the Rams at home ranks fifth highest all-time. 


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