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Sunday, September 19, 2016 at US Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, MN) Vikings 20, Packers 13Between Sam Bradford’s performance and the strength of Minnesota’s defense, the Vikings were able to defeat the Green Bay Packers. Bradford completed 22 out of 31 passes and threw for 286 yards total, with two touchdowns and zero turnovers. The Packers put up a good fight, but due to Aaron Rodgers having two fourth-quarter turnovers, they were not able to catch up and the Vikings won with a final score of 17-14.
Sunday, January 3, 2016 at Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI) Vikings 17, Packers 14The battle for the 2015 NFC North title came down to the final game of the season as the Vikings traveled to Green Bay to take on the Packers. Cold conditions created a sloppy game, and the Vikings struggled to move the ball on offense. But Minnesota found a way to make plays, with corner back Captain Munnerlyn returning a fumble 55 yards for a touchdown, and the defense forced Aaron Rodgers into another interception. The fumble recovery was enough for the Vikings to hold on, despite a frantic 4th quarter rally by the Packers. The win gave the Minnesota Vikings their first NFC North title since 2009.
Sunday, November 22, 2015 at TCF Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, MN) Packers 30, Vikings 13The 2015 season saw the Vikings-Packers matchup come to the forefront of the NFC North division, with the two clubs battling for the division crown and a playoff berth. Coming into the first Packers vs Vikings matchup of the season, the Packers were sliding, losing 3 in a row, while the Vikings were riding a 5 game winning streak. But the game ended up being all Green Bay, as the Packers pulled out to a 10 point halftime lead, and forced the Vikings to move away from their dangerous run game. Packers running back Eddie Lacy rushed for 100 yards and averaged 4.5 yards a carry agains the porous Vikings run defense.
Sunday, November 23, 2014 at TCF Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, MN) Packers 24, Vikings 21 With Bridgewater back at the helm for the Vikings, Minnesota was poised to give their bitter divisional rivals a run for their money. The Packers never gave up their lead but Minnesota didn't make it easy to keep falling short to the Packers by 3 after a fourth quarter drive that ended in the endzone with a 2-point conversion attached to it. In one of his more dominant performances of the year, Teddy Bridgewater finished the day with 210 yards, 2 touchdowns, and an interception as well as grabbing 32-yards on the ground.
Thursday, October 2, 2014 at Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI) Packers 42, Vikings 10 It was a tough outing for the Minnesota Vikings after loosing the future of their offense, Teddy Bridgewater, to an ankle sprain injury the week prior. With Christian Ponder running the huddle the Packers defense took full advantage of the situation coming away with 3 takeaways and a touchdown on the night. The entire Packers offense finally found their rhythm but more importantly Rogers and Lacy put up a performance Green Bay fans were accustomed to seeing. Rogers capped the night off with 3 touchdowns including a 66-yard score to Jordy Nelson while Lacy finally broke the 100-yard mark finding the endzone twice.
Sunday, November 24, 2013 at Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI) Packers 26, Vikings 26 It doesn't happen often, but this one ended in a tie. Both teams scored three points in overtime and then couldn't find the scoreboard again, leaving them at a draw after 75 minutes of game time. Adrian Peterson rushed the ball 32 times for 146 yards, while Eddie Lacy had 110 yards on 25 carries. The problems came through the air, as no team could establish the passing game. Third-down efficiency was also an issue, with the Vikings converting on 6 of 16 and the Packers only converting on 3 of 16.
Sunday, October 27, 2013 at Mall of America Field (Minneapolis, MN) Packers 44, Vikings 31 Cordarrelle Patterson returned the opening kickoff 109 yards to the house to give the Vikings a very early lead, but it was the Packers that took over the game in the second quarter. Aaron Rodgers connected with Jordy Nelson for 7 receptions for 123 yards and 2 TDs, while Eddie Lacy had 94 yards on the ground. Adrian Peterson was held to only 60 yards rushing and Christian Ponder had only 145 yards of passing. The Vikings had the ball for less than 20 minutes of the entire game, and were at one point down 41-17.
Saturday, January 5, 2013 at Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI) Packers 24, Vikings 10 The Packers took the lead on a DuJuan Harris rush, then cemented it with two unlikely John Kuhn touchdowns to beat the Vikings 24-10. Joe Webb couldn’t get anything going for Minnesota, completely only 11 of his 30 attempts. Adrian Peterson rushed for 99 yards on 22 carries, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the big deficit in the second half. The win puts Green Bay in the conference semifinals and ends Minnesota’s season.