Alvin Kamara ran 155 yards and an NFL record with six touchdowns to lead the New Orleans Saints in forwarding Minnesota 52-33 Friday in an NFL Christmas contest

Kamara carried 22 times and caught three passes for 17 yards while scoring in runs of 40, 7, 6, 5, 3 and 1 yards Then he credited his offensive line blockers with opening holes in the Vikings’ line of defense

“It’s a good day,” Kamara said. “The O-Line, kudos to you You get the cue ball for sure I did a small part You did the rest”

Kamara broke the all-time NFL record for quick touchdowns in a game set by the Chicago Cardinals’ Ernie Nevers in a 40-6 win over the Chicago Bears in 1929

The Saints (11-4) claimed a fourth straight title in the NFC South Division after already securing their spot in the NFL playoffs, while the Vikings fell 6-9 and post-season were eliminated from the competition

“We have so much more room to grow,” said Kamara. “Every week we want to get better We want to do more We taste greatness We still have a long way to go”

He opened the scoring with a 40-yard touchdown run, but the Vikings responded to Dalvin Cook’s 15-yard touchdown run the next time they had possession

Kamara’s 1-yard touchdown run completed a 66-yard march of the Saints, and Wil Lutz kicked a 30-yard field goal to give New Orleans a 17-7 lead early in the second quarter to procure

Minnesota’s Mike Boone responded with a 4-yard touchdown run, but Kamara ran a 5-yard run 38 seconds ahead in the second quarter to put the Saints 24-14 at halftime

A distracted Drew Brees pass was intercepted by Hardy Nickerson by the Vikings, giving Minnesota the ball at the Saints’ 18-yard line This set up a 2-yard touchdown pass from Kirk Cousins ​​to Irv Smith even though it was missed The conversion kick left visitors between 24 and 20

The Saints responded with a 74-yard drive of 10 games that ended with Kamara’s 6-yard touchdown when New Orleans grabbed a 31-20 advantage

Smith made his second touchdown attack on a 4-yard pass from Cousins ​​to reduce the Vikings’ deficit to four in the fourth quarter, but had two touchdown runs, with the record equalizing 1:50 from three yards remaining came

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