The Vikings took primarily to the air in scoring TDs during October, with QB Teddy Bridgewater tossing TDs four times in three October games (the Vikings had a Week 5 bye). Those TDs helped the Vikings record a 2-1 record in October to climb to 4-2 overall on the season with five November games on the schedule.
TE Kyle Rudolph was the only Viking to record multiple TDs in October, while Adrian Peterson, who enters November as the NFL's fourth-leading rusher with 530 yards, was the lone Viking to score on the ground with a 48-yard dash in Denver.
Also notable from the Vikings October TDs is WR Stefon Diggs, who scored his first career TD in sensational fashion with a diving catch in Detroit.
RB Adrian Peterson: 48 yards at Denver
WR Mike Wallace: 4 yards from Bridgewater at Denver
TE Kyle Rudolph: 4 yards from Bridgewater vs Kansas City
TE Kyle Rudolph 1 yard from Bridgewater at Detroit
WR Stefon Diggs: 36 yards from Bridgewater at Detroit
With the month of October nearly in the rear view mirror, the last piece of work is up to you, the fans. Vote for which of the two Vikings October TDs listed below deserves the 'Epic' billing.