WATCH: Jordan Addison catches team record 7th touchdown

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Jordan Addison adds another touchdown on to what has been an impressive rookie season for the first-round rookie receiver. Immediately after Josh Metellus picked off Jordan Love, Kirk Cousins found Addison for the quick score.

Seeing Addison line up in the backfield and torch former All-Pro Jaire Alexander, directly after a debilitating interception for the Packers, outlines the versatility of this offense. Even without Justin Jefferson.

This touchdown is Addison’s seventh for the season, which is important for a couple of reasons.

That seventh score makes him the sixth player in NFL history with seven touchdowns in his first eight games.

It also makes him the first player in Vikings history with seven touchdowns in his first eight games.

With names like Randy Moss and Justin Jefferson who started their dominant careers wearing the purple and gold, this feat is one that cannot be ignored.

The Vikings extend their lead against Green Bay and have this Packers team up against the ropes.

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