For the most part, the Packers put in a good performance against the Vikings, but they lost, so we name a dud.
I don't imagine this vote will be terribly close, but let's give it a shot anyway.
Get ready for a rematch. The Packers and Vikings will do it again on Saturday following their Week 17 classic.
The Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings could play a rematch next week at Lambeau Field, after the Vikings squeaked out a win in an absolute classic.
Chat with APC during the game as the Packers try to clinch a bye and deny the Vikings a playoff berth.
Randall Cobb won't play for the Packers, but Jordy Nelson and a crew of previously injured defensive linemen are active.
The passing game will be critical for the Vikings this week against Green Bay, as Christian Ponder and Kyle Rudolph are key players to watch.
Beating the Vikings isn't rocket science. Stop Adrian Peterson. Control the tempo of the game. Tackle effectively. Too bad all this is easier said than done.....
The Packers look healthier than they have been in a long time for the final injury report of the regular season. The main question now is if Randall Cobb is ready to play on Sunday.
The Vikings pose an interesting challenge to the Packers this Sunday. Can the addition of Clay Matthews and Ryan Grant, along with the improving play of Don Barclay, B.J. Raji, and Dezman Moses, help the Packers to victory?
If the Vikings are to have success against the Packers this Sunday they need to have some sort of passing game. Kyle Rudolph is going to be Christian Ponder's best target over the middle and in the red zone. Can safety Morgan Burnett stop him?
James Jones has enjoyed a fantastic season so far this year, leading the league in touchdowns. Can he continue this success against the Vikings and their best cover corner, Chris Cook?
The Vikings defense continues to feature a strong defensive line as the centerpiece of their defense. Can the recent promotion of Evan Dietrich-Smith provide the proper anchor for the gelling Packers offensive line?