The Green Bay Packers continue on their quest to win out over the last six weeks of the season, and they are two-thirds of the way there. With four wins in a row, the Packers have a chance to clinch a playoff berth as early as this Sunday.
Still, the team would rather just win both of their final two games and not worry about things. That of course would give the team an NFC North title and a home playoff game, and it would validate Aaron Rodgers' talk about running the table prior to this streak.
Meanwhile, tight end Jared Cook has been making a significant impact over the past few games, especially as his quarterback has found himself looking for a safety valve on third downs. Cook's impact this season may not have quite lived up to the lofty expectations put on him before the season - in part due to his injury earlier this season - but he admits that he's excited about being a part of the Packers' organization. Don't be surprised if he returns for another go next year.
What are the matchups to watch vs. Vikings? | Packers.com
Not surprisingly, the Minnesota defensive line against the Packers' offensive front will be arguably the best battle to monitor throughout Saturday's game.
Green Bay Packers should warm up to keeping Jared Cook around - ESPN
Cook says "This is the most fun I've ever had in my eight years of playing." It's funny what catching passes from an MVP-caliber quarterback can do, considering the poor signal-callers Cook had to deal with in Tennessee and St. Louis.
Aaron Rodgers' 'Run the T-A-B-L-E' wasn't prediction, but bigger - ESPN
Rodgers says it was more of a "feeling" and a "leap of faith" regarding his teammates; meanwhile, Rodgers himself has been at his very best over the Packers' four-game winning streak.
NFL fan's guide to bowl season | PFF
The two players PFF says Packers should watch are wideout Mike Williams from Clemson and cornerback Quincy Wilson from Florida.
Best player at every position in Week 15 | PFF
Guess who makes the list for this week at running back: Ty Montgomery!
2008 Lions players DO NOT want the Browns joining them at 0-16 - SBNation.com
Several players were interviewed, saying they would not wish the "misery" of an 0-16 season on any other players - or their families.