|3||08/28/2021||@Chiefs||L 25 - 28||5||7||57||8.1||0||0||1||9||95.5||1||2||2||0|
|2||08/22/2021||Colts||L 10 - 12||5||7||23||3.3||0||0||1||8||75.3||1||9||9||0|
|1||08/14/2021||Broncos||L 6 - 33|
|12||11/28/2021||@49ers||L 26 - 34||20||32||238||7.4||2||1||1||6||93|
|11||11/21/2021||Packers||W 34 - 31||24||35||341||9.7||3||0||2||23||128.4||2||-4||-2||0||1||0|
|10||11/14/2021||@Chargers||W 27 - 20||25||37||294||7.9||2||0||2||16||109.5||4||-3||-0.8||0||1||1|
|9||11/07/2021||@Ravens||L 31 - 34||17||28||187||6.7||2||0||0||0||104.3||1||1||1||1|
|8||11/01/2021||Cowboys||L 16 - 20||23||35||184||5.3||1||0||1||7||88.3||3||18||6||0||1||0|
|6||10/17/2021||@Panthers||W 34 - 28||33||48||373||7.8||3||0||0||0||112.6||2||16||8||0||1||0|
|5||10/10/2021||Lions||W 19 - 17||25||34||275||8.1||1||1||2||11||94.6||1||4||4||0|
|4||10/03/2021||Browns||L 7 - 14||20||38||203||5.3||1||1||2||13||66||2||0||0||0|
|3||09/26/2021||Seahawks||W 30 - 17||30||38||323||8.5||3||0||1||10||128.4||1||2||2||0||1||0|
|2||09/19/2021||@Cardinals||L 33 - 34||22||32||244||7.6||3||0||1||2||122.4||2||35||17.5||0||1||0|
|1||09/12/2021||@Bengals||L 24 - 27||36||49||351||7.2||2||0||3||26||106.8|
• Ranks 2nd in Vikings history with 35 TD passes in a season in 2020, and his 8 games with 3+ passing TDs in 2020 is a Vikings record, passing Daunte Culpepper's 7 in 2000.
• Is 5th in Vikings history in QB starts (47) and 6th in wins (25).
• His 17 career games with 300+ passing yards, 3+ TDs and 115.0+ passer rating are the most in the opening 9 seasons of a QB's career in NFL history.
• His 107.4 passer rating in 2019 marked a personal best and stands as the 2nd-highest single-season rating in franchise history (Daunte Culpepper, 110.9 passer rating in 2004).
• Posted 5 games with an 80.0% completion mark in 2019 (min. 10 attempts), a single-season NFL record.
• Became the 3rd-fastest player in NFL history to complete 2,000 passes vs. Denver (11/17/19), needing only 89 games.
• Cousins' 137.1 passer rating in the month of October in 2019 was the 2nd-highest in a month in NFL history, trailing only Peyton Manning's 138.0 rating in September of 2013. Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Month for his efforts.
OFF THE FIELD
• Married his wife, Julie, in the 2014 offseason. The couple welcomed their 1st child, Cooper, in the fall of 2017 and their 2nd, Turner, in the spring of 2019.
• Father, Don, is a minister and his mother, MaryAnn, is a flight attendant.
• Brother, Kyle, lettered 4 times as a pitcher at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
• Published his 1st book, Game Changers: Faith, Football, & Finding Your Way, in 2013.
• Graduated from Michigan State with 3.68 GPA in kinesiology.
• A frequent guest speaker at churches around the country.
• Surprised 50 children from People Serving People, the region's largest homeless shelter, with a Halloween party in 2019, buying the kids' costumes before ending the night at TCO Performance Center.
• Together with Sleep Number, surprised Minnesota student athletes selected as the Vikings 2019 Community Captains.
• Supported Urban Homeworks, a nonprofit that builds affordable housing in urban areas, through the 2018 My Cause My Cleats campaign.
• Annually holds a summer youth football camp in Holland, MI, and held his 1st in Minnesota in June 2019.
• In October of 2018 launched the Julie and Kirk Cousins Foundation, which aims to inspire generosity in others and make famous the generous heart of God.
• Partnered with Hy-Vee on a cereal, Cousins CinnaMinn Snaps, in 2020 with all proceeds to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities.
• Has his own website, KirkCousins.org.