In the Minnesota Vikings 21-14 win over the Chicago Bears, two players set franchise records. Vikings running back Adrian Peterson extended his franchise record for consecutive games with at least 100 yards of rushing to seven contests. On the other sideline, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall broke Marty Booker's franchise record 100 receptions by notching up 101 on the season with three games to go.
Marhsall's prowess catching pass drew high praise from one of the players tasked with keeping the football out of his hands. In fact, Vikings cornerback Antoine Winfield didn't hold back when talking about how much he respects Marshall.
In my eyes [Marshall] is the best receiver in the game. I put him up there with Calvin Johnson. That guy is a problem.
Marshall has certainly been a problem for Vikings pass defenders this year. In two games, Marshall has caught 22 passes for 232 yards against Minnesota this season. Jay Cutler's favorite target will get three more games to tack on more receptions to his franchise record, starting with an important NFC North match-up with the Green Bay Packers next weekend.