So we know the main numbers from the Sunday game in Baltimore between the Vikings and the Ravens. There's the last 2:05, which featured five touchdowns. And we know it's a record time-frame for five touchdowns scored, beating the old one by more than three minutes. And then there's the other number: The score, a 29-26 loss for the Purple.
But yet, there are still figures to pull out and mull over from that wacky contest, and they maybe be part of the story for one of the craziest NFL endings ever.
Interceptions thrown by Baltimore QB Joe Flacco, the reigning Super Bowl MVP.
Number of two-point conversions attempted by both teams. The Ravens converted, the Vikings did not.
Number of tackles by Viking linebacker Erin Henderson, one week after suiting up and not playing, and two weeks after he left the team for personal reasons. His replacement in the middle, Audie Cole, led the Vikings for the second of the three weeks he's been a starter, finishing with 13 total, including seven solo.