The Vikings had lost to Detroit in both of their previous games at U.S. Bank Stadium and head coach Mike Zimmer only had a 3-5 record against the Lions heading into Sunday's game.

But things were different Sunday as the Vikings defense controlled quarterback Matthew Stafford's passing skills and the Lions' running game. Here's what people were talking about in the minutes after the game.

 

VideoVideo (01:54): Danielle Hunter was the dominant defensive player on the field for the Vikings with 3 1/2 sacks and a fumble recovery that he returned for a touchdown.
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VideoVideo (03:28): Head coach Mike Zimmer praised the defense, and defensive end Danielle Hunter in particular, who had 3 ½ sacks and a touchdown on Sunday.
VideoVideo (02:05): After a record-breaking 10 sacks against the Lions, Everson Griffen talked about how good Danielle Hunter played along with the rest of the defensive line.
VideoVideo (01:50): After suffering a hamstring injury, running back Dalvin Cook returned to the lineup against the Lions. He gave a lot of credit to the defense for the win, while saying he made a mistake that shouldn't have happened.
VideoVideo (01:32): Adam Thielen was happy that he wasn't the only one setting records for the Vikings and gave high praise to the defensive line on its historic day.