1) Daunte Culpepper's rushing touchdown gives him a total 29 career rushing TDs, which ties him with Dave Osborn (1965-75) for fifth place all-time. Robert Smith (1993-2000) leads that category with 32.
2) The Vikings are 0-2 for only the eighth time in 45 seasons (1962, 1965, 1967, 1981, 1984, 2001, 2002, and 2005).
3) Culpepper's five interceptions were the most in his career. This is the first time since Rich Gannon's five vs. Green Bay on Oct. 28, 1990 and only the 10th time in team history that a Vikings QB has thrown five interceptions.
4) The Vikings' record on the road versus Cincinnati is now 1-5, which ranks third-worst in win percentage on the road at an opponent's field. The Vikings are 0-10 at Indianpolis, 0-4 at the New York Jets and 1-5 at Oakland as well.
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