Record Seekers vs. Packers

Daunte Culpepper had another great game in leading the Vikings to their first playoff win in four years, but just how many team playoff records did he set?


1) Daunte Culpepper's 68-yard touchdown pass to Moe Williams was the second-longest play in Vikings playoff history. Joe Kapp holds the record with a 75-yard touchdown to Gene Washington against Cleveland on Jan. 4, 1970.

2) Culpepper became the first Viking to have two 20-yard runs in a playoff game. His 27-yard run was the seventh-longest in team playoff history.

3) The Vikings set a franchise playoff record for the quickest score with Culpepper's pass to Williams one minute, 40 seconds into the game. The previous best came 2:39 into a playoff game against Washington on Dec. 18, 1976.

4) The Vikings set a team playoff record for most points scored in the first quarter with their 17-point output.

5) The Vikings tied a franchise record with four interceptions in a playoff game, only the third time in history they've done that.

6) Randy Moss set a team record for most touchdowns in a career in Vikings playoff history. He has nine, breaking Cris Carter's mark of eight.

7) Culpepper's four touchdown passes tied a team record. Jeff George also had four against St. Louis on Jan. 16, 2000.

8) Culpepper's passer rating for 137.1 is a Vikings playoff record, surpassing his old mark of 120.6.

9) Culpepper's 54 rushing yards were the second-best by a Vikings QB in a playoff game. Joe Kapp holds the team record with 57 against Cleveland on Jan. 4, 1970.

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