EAGAN, Minn. — The win streak is up to three.
The Vikings remained perfect in the month of October with a 37-17 win over the Jets on Sunday that improved Minnesota's record to 4-2-1.
The Vikings will now get set for a nationally televised matchup on Sunday Night Football against the Saints.
New Orleans is 5-1 and has won five straight games.
Here's a look at 10 numbers of note heading into Sunday's matchup:
33 — The Vikings defense has stopped 33 of the last 38 third-down tries by opponents over the past four games. Minnesota had a streak of 20 straight stops on third down snapped against the Jets.
61 — Stefon Diggs caught a 61-yard touchdown on the final play of the Division Round playoff game between the two teams in January. The improbable sequence was dubbed, "The Minneapolis Miracle."
4 — Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen has a touchdown catch in four straight games. The All-Pro also leads the league with 67 catches for 822 yards.
72,315 — Saints quarterback Drew Brees is the NFL's all-time passing leader with 72,315 yards. The future Hall of Famer also has 501 career touchdown passes, which ranks third all-time.
15 — The Vikings are 15-4 all-time at U.S. Bank Stadium, including the playoffs. A pair of those wins [the 2017 season opener and a January playoff game] are included in the win total.
19 — Vikings safety Harrison Smith has 19 career interceptions in Purple, which is tied with Karl Kassulke and Audrey McMillian for 10th in franchise history.
8 — Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins is one of eight quarterbacks to have thrown for at least 2,000 yards so far in 2018. He currently ranks third in the NFL with 2,162 passing yards.
9 — The Vikings are tied for ninth in the league with a plus-3 turnover differential after getting four takeaways in Sunday's win. New Orleans is tied for 18th with a minus-1 turnover ratio.
2 — New Orleans is tied for 30th in the NFL with just two total interceptions on the season. The Vikings had three interceptions Sunday and are tied for ninth with seven total picks.
3 — Vikings wide receiver Aldrick Robinson has just four catches this season, but three have gone for touchdowns. He caught a 34-yard score on Sunday against the Jets.