• Aaron Rodgers rolling, but Vikings hanging around

    Summary of 14 articles · Updated Oct 28, 2013
    When Aaron Rodgers is on there is no one better in the NFL. The Packers are, and will continue to be quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ team. Rodgers hurt the Vikings with his feet. In the second quarter, the score was tied when the Vikings put Rodgers in yet another third-down situation. The national Sunday night audience likely needed to web search the Packers roster to identify Aaron Rodgers’ targets. If you subtract Nelson, the rest of the Packers receiving corps consisted of five players with a combined 202 receiving yards before the game, yet Rodgers still found a way to effectively pass. Aside from the game's opening play, where the Vikes' Cordarrelle Patterson ran back the opening kickoff for a 109-yard touchdown, Minnesota didn't have much to enjoy, which is strange to say about a game in which you score 31 points.
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    • Aaron Rodgers, Jordy Nelson connect as Packers roll over Vikings

      The Green Bay Packers dismantled the Minnesota Vikings 44-31 Sunday night in a game that wasn't anywhere near that close. Aaron Rodgers reminded us all that he's got a legit claim for best quarterback in the game with a 285-yard, two-touchdown performan…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Locker Room Buzz: Minnesota Vikings

      MINNEAPOLIS -- Observed in the locker room following the Minnesota Vikings' 44-31 loss to the Green Bay Packers: Jennings absent: After sharing a long postgame exchange with Aaron Rodgers and giving a few quick on-field remarks to TV reporters, Greg Jen…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Rodgers dominates in GB win

      Despite missing three of his top targets, Aaron Rodgers was masterful in Green Bay's win over the Vikes.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Rodgers, Packers make quick work of Vikes

      Aaron Rodgers threw for 285 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Green Bay Packers to a 44-31 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night.
      Source: ESPN.com
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      The Packers stuck it to the Vikings, adding to the wounds of a miserable month of frightening football.The Vikings didn’t have a quarterback who could match Aaron Rodgers or a defense that could stop him.
    • Halftime report: Packers 24, Vikings 17

      Aaron Rodgers hit Jordy Nelson on a pair of scoring plays for the Packers.
  • Week 8 Thoughts Packers Vikings

    Thoughts after week eight Minnesota and Green Bay. I would love to hear what Greg Jennings said to Rodgers. I’m guessing it was something like this, I’m sorry about what I said, you’re the best, and please take me back. My career is dying here. Somethin…
    • Upon Further Review: Packers Week 8

      A review of four hot issues from the Green Bay Packers' 44-31 win against the Minnesota Vikings: Rodgers' responsibility: Every time quarterback Aaron Rodgers loses one of his key playmakers, his job gets harder. Consider that within a span of eight day…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Rapid Reaction: Green Bay Packers

      MINNEAPOLIS – A few thoughts on the Green Bay Packers’ 44-31 win over the Minnesota Vikings: What it means: After all the awful things that have happened to the Packers over the years at the Metrodome, it almost seemed fitting that in their last regular…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Sunday night wrap-up: See how they (the Packers) run

      The Packers are, and will continue to be quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ team. But their ability to grind away at the Vikings in the second half could be the thing that makes them more dangerous as the season progresses. The Packers opened the second half of…

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