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It was over when ...

Vikings rookie WR Percy Harvin had a career-high 101 yards receiving.

(Hannah Foslien / Associated Press)

Adrian Peterson ran untouched into the end zone for a 5-yard touchdown to give the Vikings a 36-10 lead with 6:35 left.

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Vikings QB Brett Favre played in his 282nd consecutive regular-season game, tying Jim Marshall's NFL record for most consecutive games played by a position player. Favre finished with 392 yards passing and three touchdowns while setting a franchise record by hitting five different receivers at least five times each. After Peterson's TD run, Favre took a seat on the bench, finishing 10 yards shy of his career-high for passing yards in a game.

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The Vikings amassed 537 total yards to the Bears' 169. It was the most yards a team has racked up against Chicago since 1982.


The Bears have lost four straight and six of their last seven games following a 3-1 start. ... The Vikings have not allowed a 100-yard rusher in 34 straight games, which is the longest active streak in NFL. ... Brad Childress is 4-3 in his career vs. the Bears. ... Bears LB Lance Briggs (knee), CB Charles Tillman (head) and T Orlando Pace (groin) were injured during the game.

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