As one of eight teams left in contention for the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the Green Bay Packers’ chances of stringing together three more wins is just as good as any other team.
The Vikings and Packers played a thrilling game, but ultimately, it was the Vikings who came out ahead and forced a rematch next Saturday at Lambeau Field.
Aside from a couple injuries, the Packers put together a nearly perfect game. And yes, that includes the play of Mason Crosby.
The Packers’ passing game came alive and overcame the special teams’ blunders to beat Chicago and clinch the team’s second straight NFC North championship.
The Packers finally found a little good fortune as they dominated the second half to sweep the season series with the Lions.
The Packers struggled to find an offensive rhythm, lost a couple players to injury but were able to rush their way to victory on Sunday.
The Packers looked sloppy on offense and defense as the Giants handed the team their first loss in six games.
The Packers escaped Ford Field with a victory as the young defensive backfield led the way with turnovers and personal redemption.
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Despite a lifeless offense, adding two names to the lengthy list of injuries and having absolutely no running game, the Packers found a way to win on Sunday.
The Packers have finally found their identity as they have strung together two wins in a row. Individual efforts on both sides of the ball helped power the Packers to victory on Sunday.
The Packers caught a few breaks but lost a few players on their way to putting together their first complete game of the season and handing the Houston Texans their first defeat of the year.
The Packers found themselves on the wrong side of the turnover battle, down a number of key players and outplayed in the second half. Ultimately, Andrew Luck and the Colts triumphed over the Packers.
Aaron Rodgers found his rhythm, the officials clearly didn’t, and M.D. Jennings’ unlucky streak continued. That and more in Monday’s wrap-up of the Packers victory over the Saints.
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The Packers were outplayed and outcoached on Sunday, but redemption is as close as three days away when the Bears visit Green Bay.