In his 50th regular-season start for the Vikings, Cousins put on a command performance, and this time he even got a win out of it. He was 30 for 38 with 323, three TDs and no turnovers. He showed a quick release, was poised on third down and spread the ball around as the Vikings dominated time of possession, especially in the second half.
The second-year receiver had his first 100-yard game of the season, leading the team with nine catches for 118 yards and a touchdown. He also became the fastest receiver in team history to reach 100 catches, doing it in his 19th game.
Vikings running back
Starting for the injured Dalvin Cook, Mattison rushed for a career-high 112 yards on 26 carries and had 59 more yards receiving on six catches, helping the Vikings control the clock.