1. Vikings dominate time of possession
Seattle led the NFL in rushing yards per game (160) and ranked sixth in time of possession, holding the ball for an average of 31:15, in 2018.
On Sunday, however, it was Minnesota that controlled the ground game on offense and defense and the clock.
The Vikings outgained the Seahawks 137 to 76 by running 39 times, compared to 23 attempts by Seattle.
Minnesota possessed the ball a whopping 38:10, for a time-of-possession advantage of nearly 17 minutes, which was noted by Head Coach Mike Zimmer during his postgame interview.