BEARS-VIKINGS GAME NOTES
1) Attendance of 64,144 is a new home-opening team record.
2) Randy Moss' 11 yards rushing give him a career total of 152, which moves him into second place in team history for a wide receiver. He surpassed Bob Grim's 147 yards and trails Anthony Carter's 290 yards.
3) Kelly Campbell's 51-yard reception was his career long.
4) Onterrio Smith's 47 yards rushing ranks second-most in team history by a Vikings rookie in his first NFL game played. It was 10 more yards than Michael Bennett's 37-yard debut on Sept. 9, 2001 and 10 yards less than D. J. Dozier's 57 yards on Sept. 13, 1987.
5) Moe Williams had his second career 100-yard rushing game as a Viking. His 108 yards rushing is his second-highest total.
6) The Vikings' record on Sunday night is now 13-9, 9-5 at home. Their record is 26-16-1 in home openers.
7) Daunte Culpepper's 20 completions give him a career total of 900, which moves him past Warren Moon's 882 and into fourth place in team history.
8) Matt Birk started his 50th consecutive game, which ranks third-most by a center in Vikings history. He trails Jeff Christy's 60 and Mick Tingelhoff's 240.
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