Record-seekers vs. Packers
GAME NOTES vs. PACKERS
Percy Harvin's 77-yard kick return against Green Bay is the longest in series history. Koren Robinson held the previous mark at 72 yards.
Harvin's 175 kick return yards vs. Green Bay is the second most in series history. Troy Walters holds the record with 177 yards in 2000.
Harvin's 860 kick return yards after eight games is a team record. He's 152 yards ahead of Buster Rhymes' pace from 1985.
Harvin is only the fourth player in team history to have three kick returns of 50-plus yards in a season, joining Adrian Peterson (2007), Robsinson (2005) and Rhymes (1985).
Harvin becomes the first rookie in team history to have three games in a season with 150 kick return yards.
Harvin is the first player in team history with three games in a career with 150-plus kick return yards. Five others had two.
Jared Allen's three quarterback sacks give him 7.5 this season vs. Green Bay. That is a new team record for most in a season vs. any opponent. Carl Eller held the previous record with six sacks against Detroit in 1969.
Brett Favre becomes only the second player to reach 90 career wins in one stadium in NFL history. Favre was 89-28 as a Packer at Lambeau Field and 1-0 as a Viking. John Elway had 95 wins at Mile High Stadium from 1983-98 (he was 95-23).
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