Minnesota Vikings record-seekers vs. Giants

Kyle Rudolph, Stefon Diggs and Sam Bradford made some of the biggest marks on the Minnesota Vikings record book in the 24-10 win.

GAME NOTES vs. N.Y. GIANTS

Kyle Rudolph tied a team record for most consecutive games with a touchdown by a TE.

  • 3 Joe Senser, 11/2/80 - 11/16/1980
  • 3 Joe Senser, 12/14/80 - 9/5/1981
  • 3 Joe Senser, 11/15/81 - 11/29/1981
  • 3 Visanthe Shiancoe, 10/5/09 - 10/18/2009
  • 3 Kyle Rudolph, 11/11/12 - 12/2/2012
  • 3 Kyle Rudolph, 9/18/16 - 10/3/2016

Rudolph becomes the third Vikings tight end to reach 200 career receptions.

  • 498 Steve Jordan, 1982-94
  • 208 Visanthe Shiancoe, 2007-11
  • 201 Kyle Rudolph, 2011-16

Rudolph becomes the third Vikings tight end to reach 2,000 career yards.

  • 6,307 Steve Jordan, 1982-94
  • 2,424 Visanthe Shiancoe, 2007-11
  • 2,002 Kyle Rudolph, 2011-16
  • Rudolph becomes the second tight end to reach 25 career receiving TDs.
  • 28 Steve Jordan, 1982-94
  • 25 Kyle Rudolph, 2011-16

Sam Bradford tied a team record for most passing completions vs. the Giants in a game.

  • 26 Sam Bradford, 10/3/2016
  • 26 Daunte Culpepper, 11/19/2001

Sam Bradford’s completion percentage ranks third highest in a MNF game in team history.

  • 78.7 Daunte Culpepper @ Philadelphia, 9/20/2004
  • 77.4 Brett Favre vs. Green Bay, 10/5/2009
  • 72.2 Sam Bradford vs. N.Y. Giants, 10/3/2016

Bradford’s completion percentage ranks second-highest vs. the Giants in a Vikings game.

  • 80.6 Brett Favre, 1/3/2010
  • 72.2 Sam Bradford, 10/3/2016
  • 70.0 Fran Tarkenton, 10/17/1976

Stefon Diggs’ 372 yards receiving after four games ranks sixth-most in Vikings history.

  • 434 Randy Moss, 2003
  • 397 Gene Washington, 1969
  • 393 Sammy White, 1982
  • 390 Jake Reed, 1996
  • 388 Ahmad Rashad, 1979
  • 372 Stefon Diggs, 2016

The Vikings improve their record to 16-12 vs. the Giants, 8-5 at home. 

The Vikings improve their Monday Night Football record to 27-31 and 14-9 at home. This ends a seven-game losing streak and is the Vikings’ first MNF win since 10/5/2009 vs. Green Bay.  

This game marks the first time since in a Vikings game against Pittsburgh (12/2/2001) that neither team had a QB sack in the game.

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