MINNEAPOLIS - Percy Harvin pounded his way through Tennessee's defense for one touchdown rushing and another receiving in helping the Minnesota Vikings to a 30-7 victory over the Titans on Sunday.
Harvin credited a team mindset for Sunday's win and this season's success.
"We're all in this together. As long as we come out with a victory, I could care less how we got it. We're a close-knit team and we're going to keep fighting. Hopefully the results keep coming with wins," Harvin said.
Harvin caught eight passes for 108 yards for the Vikings (4-1).
The Vikings are known to have playmakers on offense, but the defense once again played very well. They have given up a combined 33 points in winning three straight games.
"They've played big," Harvin said. "They've carried us these last two games. While they're doing that hopefully this offense can get going because if they can keep making stops like that, it's going to be our job to put points on the board."
Christian Ponder threw his first two interceptions after 143 attempts without one, but he still finished 25 for 35 for 258 yards and two scores against the reeling Titans (1-4).
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said the season's success has not been a surprise from the team's standpoint.
"You know from training camp what our goals have been and our goals have not changed," Frazier said. "We want to win the NFC North and we want to bring a championship to Minnesota. Our goals have not changed one bit."
Matt Hasselbeck, starting in place of the injured Jake Locker, went 26 for 43 for 200 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Most of those gains came near the end with the outcome no longer in doubt.
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