With some help from our Vikings PR buddy Jeff Anderson, here are some interesting subplots to watch during today’s Vikings-Giants game…
– WR Percy Harvin needs just 15 rushing yards to break the team record for the most rushing yards by a rookie WR (Bob Grim – 127 in 1971). Harvin currently has 113 rushing yards.
– Harvin also needs just 22 combined yards to pass RB Adrian Peterson’s record for most combined yards in a rookie season (2,021). Harvin has 2,000 on the season thus far.
– The Vikings can clinch the #2 seed in the NFC playoffs with a win and an Eagles loss or tie.
– Today’s game will feature the 2 players with the most consecutive games played in NFL history – P Jeff Feagles (351) and QB Brett Favre (286).
– With 11 rushing yards, RB Chester Taylor will move into the top 10 in team history for the most career rushing yards. Taylor’s 2,785 trails Terry Allen’s 2,795 for 10th place.
Tags: Adrian Peterson, Chester Taylor, Percy Harvin
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