15.8 The Vikings defense ended the regular season allowing just 15.8 points per game, the fewest in the NFL. It's Minnesota's first No. 1 scoring defense since the 1971 season.
9 Bears running back Jordan Howard torched the Vikings last season to the tune of 337 yards from scrimmage (more than 6 yards per touch). Howard managed just 9 rushing yards on nine carries Sunday and failed to eclipse 100 total yards against Minnesota this season.
35 Minnesota's No. 2 tight end, David Morgan, recorded a career-high 35 receiving yards on Sunday as the Vikings continue to ease Kyle Rudolph back from an ankle injury. Morgan would've had an additional 27 yards, but the biggest gain of his career was called back by a holding penalty.
101.1 Quarterback Case Keenum's 101.1 passer rating was his seventh of the season above 100. Keenum signed with the Vikings having just five career starts over a 100 passer rating.