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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
GradeNameCompAttYdsTDsInt
C73.4C. Ponder1282011,37569
D62.3J. Freeman6314776124
B+89.1M. Cassel578861443

Packers Passing Leaders
GradeNameCompAttYdsTDsInt
A+100+A. Rodgers1682512,218154
C73.3S. Tolzien487361915
F49.3S. Wallace162413901

Vikings Rushing Leaders
GradeNamePAttYdsYdsATDs
A93.9A. PetersonRB1948514.49
C73.4C. PonderQB311565.04
B82.9T. GerhartRB11958.61

Packers Rushing Leaders
GradeNamePAttYdsYdsATDs
B+89.6E. LacyRB1726964.05
B+88.4J. StarksRB532885.43
A+100+A. RodgersQB291154.00

Vikings Receiving Leaders
GradeNamePRecYdsYdsATDs
B-80.0J. SimpsonWR3449214.50
B-81.9G. JenningsWR3441012.12
B84.3K. RudolphTE3031310.43

Packers Receiving Leaders
GradeNamePRecYdsYdsATDs
A+100+J. NelsonWR5788915.67
B84.4J. JonesWR2746517.22
B85.4J. BoykinWR2945315.61

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