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10 Vikings-Browns Numbers of Note: London Game is 4,000 Miles from Home

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — The Vikings are 5-2 and are about to embark on their longest road trip of the season.

Minnesota will square off against Cleveland at 1:30 p.m. London time (8:30 a.m. CT) at Twickenham Stadium.

The Vikings won their third straight game this past weekend by getting a 24-16 win over the Ravens at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Cleveland is 0-7 following an overtime loss to the Titans.

Here's a look at 10 numbers of note headed into the matchup:

4,003 — Number of miles one-way from U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis to Twickenham Stadium in London; the Vikings will play their second regular-season game in England on Sunday.

208 — Yards allowed by the Vikings defense on Sunday against Baltimore; It was the lowest total by a Minnesota defense since Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer took over in 2014.

5 — Number of games with 100-plus yards rushing for the Vikings offense so far in 2017; Minnesota accomplished the mark just two times last season. Cleveland has allowed two teams to rush for 100 yards this season and held two opponents to 35 or fewer yards. The Browns rank sixth in the NFL in rush defense (83.7 yards allowed per game).

7 —Games in a row with a sack for Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen, which is the second-longest streak in franchise history; He has at least one sack in every game this season and is third in the NFL with 9.0 sacks.

2 — Interceptions thrown by the Vikings through seven games; Three Cleveland quarterbacks have combined to throw a league-high 17 picks so far in 2017.

11 — Tackles for loss by the Vikings defense in Sunday's win against Baltimore; that was the third-most total in a game so far in 2017; Eric Kendricks led Minnesota with four TFLs.

57 — Career sacks for both Brian Robison and Griffen; the duo is tied for ninth all-time in franchise history; Kevin Williams is eighth with 60 career sacks.

4 — Losses by three points or less by the Browns in 2017; Cleveland has lost to Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, the New York Jets and Tennessee all by a field goal.

17.0 —Points allowed per game allowed Minnesota's defense so far in 2017, which ranks fifth in the NFL; Cleveland's offense ranks last in the league at 14.7 points per game.

6 — Number of field goals made by Kai Forbath against Baltimore, a career high for the Vikings kicker; Forbath was successful from 52, 51, 43, 43, 34 and 32 yards out.

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