Posted by ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert
I won't muck up these notes with a lot of blabber. Some of them are just amazing, and all of them occurred in one wild game: Minnesota's 30-27 victory Monday night at New Orleans.
A special thanks to ESPN Research and the Elias Sports Bureau.
Let's get on with it:
Receiver Bernard Berrian turned in the Vikings' first 100-yard receiving performance in their past 35 regular-season games. That snapped the NFL's longest streak since Kansas City went 42 games without one from 1976 to 1979.
Cornerback Antoine Winfield became the first NFL player since at least 1982 to record a sack, recover a fumble and return a blocked field goal for a touchdown in one game. It's possible this is the first time it's ever happened, but the league didn't begin recording sacks until the 1982 season.
Running back Adrian Peterson averaged 1.52 yards on 21 carries. That average was the lowest for an NFL player with at least 20 carries in six seasons.
Quarterback Gus Frerotte went 10 years and 359 days between victories as a starter on Monday Night Football. Frerotte and Chris Chandler are the only quarterbacks to go at least 10 years between MNF wins.
The Vikings were the first team in NFL history to hold a halftime lead of at least 10 points after being outgained by at least 130 yards in the first half.
Monday night's game was the first in league history to include all of the following: Two punt returns for a touchdown, a blocked field goal returned for a touchdown, a touchdown pass by a non-quarterback and two field goals of more than 50 yards.