Green Bay Packers (5-5) Meet Minnesota Vikings (2-8)

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The Green Bay Packers attempt to break their three-game losing streak and will enjoy home field advantage when they take on the NFC North rival Minnesota Vikings. FOX will broadcast the game and kickoff is at 1:00 PM ET. Green Bay has a 5-5 overall record and 2-1 division record. Minnesota sports a 2-8 overall record and 0-5 away record.

The Vikings fell to the Packers 44-31 in week eight. Aaron Rodgers went 24 for 29 for 285 yards through the air, two scores and no picks.

The Packers enter the game fresh off a 27-13 loss against the Giants. Brad Jones registered 13 tackles and one sack. Morgan Burnett also had a solid game, recording 12 tackles. In their previous outing, the Vikings were on the receiving end of a 41-20 drubbing by the Seahawks. Jarius Wright was terrific, reaching pay dirt twice in addition to 69 yards on three catches.

Green Bay should expect a boost in its passing attack with the Vikings' pass defense ranked 27th in the league, giving up an average of 294.5 yards a game.


Vikings Passing Leaders
Grade Name Comp Att Yds TDs Int
C 73.4 C. Ponder 128 201 1,375 6 9
D 62.3 J. Freeman 63 147 761 2 4
B+ 89.1 M. Cassel 57 88 614 4 3


Packers Passing Leaders
Grade Name Comp Att Yds TDs Int
A+ 100+ A. Rodgers 168 251 2,218 15 4
C 73.3 S. Tolzien 48 73 619 1 5
F 49.3 S. Wallace 16 24 139 0 1


Vikings Rushing Leaders
Grade Name P Att Yds YdsA TDs
A 93.9 A. Peterson RB 194 851 4.4 9
C 73.4 C. Ponder QB 31 156 5.0 4
B 82.9 T. Gerhart RB 11 95 8.6 1


Packers Rushing Leaders
Grade Name P Att Yds YdsA TDs
B+ 89.6 E. Lacy RB 172 696 4.0 5
B+ 88.4 J. Starks RB 53 288 5.4 3
A+ 100+ A. Rodgers QB 29 115 4.0 0


Vikings Receiving Leaders
Grade Name P Rec Yds YdsA TDs
B- 80.0 J. Simpson WR 34 492 14.5 0
B- 81.9 G. Jennings WR 34 410 12.1 2
B 84.3 K. Rudolph TE 30 313 10.4 3


Packers Receiving Leaders
Grade Name P Rec Yds YdsA TDs
A+ 100+ J. Nelson WR 57 889 15.6 7
B 84.4 J. Jones WR 27 465 17.2 2
B 85.4 J. Boykin WR 29 453 15.6 1