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The Vikings (6-2) are scheduled to visit the Raiders (4-4) on Sunday in Minnesota's final interconference game of the regular season. It's a rematch of teams that met in the past two preseasons.
Here are 10 numbers of note about the matchup...
2 — net point differential for the Raiders this season (213 scored, 211 allowed), the closest to "Even Steven" for any team; Oakland has won second quarters (86-67) but lost fourth quarters by 33 points (83-50); the Vikings have been plus or minus seven points or less in first, second and fourth quarters but have owned third quarters 41-13
4 — number of teams who rank in the same placements for total yards and passing yards this season, including Minnesota (30th in both categories) and Oakland (8th), Atlanta (5th) and Miami (13th); the Vikings defense ranks 7th in total net yards allowed per game (332.3) and sixth in net passing yards per game (220.6); the Raiders rank 30th in total defense (411.5) and 32nd in passing defense (314.6 yards allowed per game)
5 — interceptions this season by 39-year-old Charles Woodson of the Raiders through eight games, equaling his combined total from the past two seasons; the fourth overall pick of the 1998 NFL Draft has 65 for his career, which leads all active players; Vikings 37-year-old CB Terence Newman has 37 career INTs, which is tied for third among active players
10 — touchdowns the Vikings have allowed out of the 22 times when an opponent has moved inside the Minnesota 20-yard line (45.5 percent ranks fourth-best for deterrence in the NFL); the Raiders have scored 14 TDs on 23 trips into the red zone (60.9 percent, tied for 11th)
19 — field goals made by Blair Walsh on the season, which is tied for the league lead and includes 15 straight and back-to-back walk-off winners against Chicago and St. Louis
20 — rushing yards needed for Adrian Peterson (10,948) to pass Warrick Dunn (10,967) for 21st all-time; Peterson is leading the NFL with 758 rushing yards in his ninth pro season and just had the 25th game of his career (111 games, 104 starts) with 125 or more rushing yards in toppling the Rams (sixth-highest all-time, behind five Hall of Famers)
23 — maximum points allowed by Minnesota to an opponent this season; the Vikings are the only team in the NFL to hold every opponent to 23 points or less and are tied with Seattle for second in scoring defense (17.5 points allowed per game); the Raiders offense is scoring 26.6 points per game, but has posted 35.3 in its past three outings
29.7 percent — rate at which opponents have converted on third downs against the Vikings, Minnesota has the second-stingiest rate of allowance on the NFL's most important down; Oakland's offense ranks 10th in the league at converting third downs (46 out of 105, or 43.8 percent)
45 and 47 — catches on the season by Oakland rookie Amari Cooper (653 yards) and veteran Michael Crabtree (591 yards); the Vikings, who have attempted 76 fewer passes than the Raiders, are led by rookie Stefon Diggs (28 catches for 461 yards) and veteran Mike Wallace (27 for 296)
88.9 and 89.9 — passer ratings on third downs by Teddy Bridgewater and Derek Carr, respectively, this season; Bridgewater's overall rating is 83.4 and 84.8 in fourth quarters; Carr's overall rating is 104. 3 and 63.2 in fourth quarters; Bridgewater's rating in his past three road games is 95.3