Welcome to the Week 5 edition of the Vikings Postgame Report. The Vikings started out hot with a 21-3 start, but the Bears clawed their way back into the game, leading to a dramatic final drive by the Vikings. The Vikings capped off the game with a game sealing touchdown and 2-point conversion. A bunch of records were broken today, including Kirk Cousins braking Tommy Kramer's "consecutive passes to start a Vikings game" record. Kramer held the record at 16 straight, but Cousins went 17-of-17 to start the first half of today's exciting game. Cousins finished the game 32 of 41 for 296 yards passing, 1 touchdown passing, 1 touchdown rushing and an interception. Justin Jefferson also had a big day, breaking his personal receptions in a game record, recording 12 receptions for 154 yards. Jefferson also added to his stats by throwing a first down pass for 23 yards to Dalvin Cook. Dalvin lead the rushing room with 18 carries for 94 yards, 2 rushing touchdowns, and finished the day with 121 all-purpose yards for the game. Defensively, the Vikings recorded 2 sacks and 2 pass deflections to round out today's game stats. Paul Allen and Pete Bercich join the pod to talk about the string of last second wins, the significance of leading the division in week 5, and what this team needs to do to continue their winning ways. Head Coach Kevin O'Connell joins from his postgame press conference, Gabe Henderson and Ben Leber go 'Between The Lines' presented by Gatorade, Quarterback Kirk Cousins answers questions in his postgame press conference, and Ron Johnson gives his '3 Takes' to round out the show. All of this and more is in the Week 5 edition of the Vikings Postgame Report.
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