GAME NOTES vs RAVENS
1) Darren Sharper's 11 interception-return yards move him into sixth place in NFL history for most in a season, giving him 276 yards this season. Baltimore's Ed Reed holds the league record with 358 in 2004.
2) Sharper's ninth interception of the season moves him into a tie with Brian Russell (2003) and Orlando Thomas (1995) for second place in team history for a single season. Paul Krause's mark of 10 interceptions in 1975 is the franchise record.
3) Koren Robinson's 78 kickoff return yards give him a season total of 1,221, which moves him into second place in team history, surpassing Eddie Payton. Buster Rhymes (1,345 in 1985) holds the record.
4) Robinson's kickoff return average of 26.0 yards ranks fourth in team history for a season.
5) Robinson's four kickoff returns Sunday moved him into fourth place for most in a season with 47. David Palmer (50 in 1998), Rhymes (53 in 1985) and Payton (53 in 1980) lead the way.
6) Jim Kleinsasser's two receptions give him a season total of 21. He became the ninth Viking to catch 20 passes this season, which sets a team record. The previous record of eight was set in 1983 and tied in 2004.
Record-Seekers vs. Ravens
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