The defense was uneven this week with the Packers failing to stop the run but stone walling the pass. In the end this was good enough to earn the W.
Is there now new hope along the offensive line? Is the offense starting to get playoff ready with an improved running attack and ball control passing game? Or was offense seen on Sunday the rest of miscues from the Vikings?
In a game that featured long drives and long runs it's not surprising to find as many nominations for Working Class Hero as MVP. What may be surprising is how many skill position players ended up being nominated though...
It doesn't matter how good the running back is, when a defense gives up over 200 yards rushing to a single player there are going to be many Dud nominations coming from the front seven.
It was another imperfect performance by the Packers which relied on what few stars the team has left to make the big plays needed....but which one of those stars is this week's MVP of the Week?
While the Packers defense and running game was solid, kicking and poor play from Christian Ponder were the real stories at Lambeau Field on Sunday.
The wide receivers headline the inactive lists for the Packers and Vikings. Percy Harvin and Donald Driver are out, while Greg Jennings returns.
The Vikings are an improved team from last year, but the keys to beating them remain basically the same.
The Vikings and Packers are both looking for big plays from young players due to injuries this week. Can Casey Hayward make the best of this matchup and continue his push for DROY?
The Vikings need a young wideout to step up while Percy Harvin is hobbled. Jarius Wright may be that player this week.
Rodgers and Peterson are really the only lock plays for your fantasy football team this week when Minnesota travels to Green Bay.