Packers vs Vikings Score: Live Updates, Game Stats, Highlights for Week 1 NFC Answer Match


This fight was just like you anticipated it to be, until it was. Neither the Minnesota Vikings nor the Green Bay Packers wanted to give an inch, but were later beneficiaries of several drives that placed them in the Red Zone – initially to no avail. When East Clamp was down, at least for most of the first half, Aaron was forced to score two field goals on Rodgers and his first three visits to the Red Zone. Following a Matador defensive effort in the Vikings’ first campaign of the game, which allowed them to score touchdowns fairly easily, and quickly, the Green Bay defense is serving alongside their Minnesota counterparts – including the first of the 2020 NFL season Providing security is included. Only minutes before the start of the second quarter to steal the momentum from an impressive Vikings goal-line stand.

It was mostly a confrontation of defensive will, forcing each offense into its own set of mistakes that have already become a traditional back alley dispute between bitter NFC North rivals. But, of course, Rodgers found a way to make a clutch throw with less than a minute to play in the half, adding some insurance to the scoreboard with a touchdown pass. The Cousins ​​had a chance to make it close again in front of the week, but a bad throw to Adam Thielin resulted in an interception, adding more momentum to the Packers’ favor.

When Rodgers spoke of another Rodger, and a deep pass to Davante Adams opened the game, he landed both of his passing touchdowns in less than a football minute. And in the blink of an eye the Vikings, who were able to deal with a field goal, are in big trouble 22-10 at the half.

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Time: 1 PM ET
place: US Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, Minn.)
TV:
Fox | Stream: fuboTV (try for free)