Green Bay Remains Undefeated, Beating Minnesota 33-27


The Packers move to 7-0 on the season with their latest win in Minnesota. Minnesota actually led this game at the half 17-13, but Green Bay was too much for the Vikes in the second half.

The Packers started the second half with a bang, with Rodgers finding Greg Jennings wide open down the right sideline for a 79 yard touchdown pass, giving the Packers a 20-17 lead. Green Bay went on to score 20 unanswered points before the Vikings scored a couple of times late to make it interesting.

Rodgers finished 24-30 for 335 yards and 3 touchdown passes. Aaron Rodgers has played absolutely phenomenal this season and has situated himself has quite possibly the best quarterback in the game, with Tom Brady being his only equal.

The Green Bay Packers have looked great so far, but they do have some holes specifically on the defense. The Packers give up a ton of yards and it will cost them at some point, when, who knows, but they will lose at some point. The Packers will be on the bye next week allowing them two weeks to prepare for the San Diego Chargers.

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