Vikings vs Packers Live Stream, Game info, Injury report, Prediction

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Vikings vs Packers Live Stream

Vikings vs Packers Live Stream Game info.

Team: Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings

Date: Sunday 18 September 2016

Kickoff Time: 08: 30 PM (ET)

Live Stream: NBC

Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium

Green Bay Packers Football

The Green Bay Packers are a professional American football team based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. They compete in the National Football League as a member club of the league’s National Football Conference North division. Wikipedia

Arena/Stadium: Lambeau Field

Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States

Head coach: Mike McCarthy

General manager: Ted Thompson

Division: NFC North

NFL championships: 2011, 1997, 1967, 1966

Green Bay Packers Football

Minnesota Vikings Football

The Minnesota Vikings are an American football team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Vikings joined the National Football League as an expansion team in 1960, and first took the field for the 1961 season. Wikipedia

Head coach: Mike Zimmer

Arena/Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium

Owner: Zygi Wilf

Fight song: Skol, Vikings

Offensive coordinator: Norv Turner

Mascots: Viktor the Viking, Ragnar

Minnesota Vikings Football

Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream History

Meetings total 111 meetings All-time series GB: leads 59–50–2 Postseason results Tied 1–1

January 9, 2005, MIN 31, GB 17

January 5, 2013, GB 24, MIN 10

Largest victory GB: 45–7 (2011) Longest win streak MIN: W7 (1975–78) Current win streak MIN: W1 (2016-)

The Packers ended Brett Favre’s winning streak against them in a 28-24 win at Lambeau Field on Sunday Night Football on October 24, 2010. Three Favre interceptions helped the Packers surge to the 28-24 lead but Favre led a late comeback; an endzone catch by Percy Harvin with 57 seconds remaining was nullified when review showed one foot out of bounds, and the Vikings failed to convert a touchdown in their final attempt. Favre suffered injury to his left ankle that left his season in doubt and coach Brad Childress was livid with the officiating crew led by Scott Green.[16] In the November 21 rematch, the Packers routed the Vikings 31-3 behind four Aaron Rodgers touchdown passes, making Rodgers 2-2 against Favre in his career. The loss dropped the Vikings to 3-7, all but eliminating them from playoff contention. Childress was then fired by the Vikings the next day, and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier was promoted to replace him. The Packers, on the other hand, went on to win their fourth Super Bowl.

Adrian Peterson came up nine yards short of breaking Eric Dickerson’s 1984 rushing record but his late scamper set up the winning field goal in a 37-34 Vikings win on December 30, 2012. The Packers erased a 20-10 halftime gap but could not close out the win while the Vikings advanced to the playoffs as the NFC’s sixth seed.

On January 5, 2013 the Packers defeated the Vikings 24-10 in the Wild Card round just six days after falling to the Vikings in Week 17. The two teams split their regular season games with the home team winning each game. The Playoff game had the same result, being at Lambeau, however the Packers were able to hold Adrian Peterson under 100 yards after he had run for 210 and 199 yards respectively in the first two meetings.

The Packers and Vikings played for the division crown in Week 17 of the 2015 season at Lambeau Field. The Vikings won the contest 20-13, winning their first divisional title since 2009 and breaking the Packers’ four-year streak of being division champions.

Vikings vs Packers Injury Report

Vikings vs Packers Injury Report

Minnesota Vikings vs Green Bay Packers Last Five Matchups

Minnesota Vikings vs Green Bay Packers Last Five Matchups

Vikings vs Packers Live Stream Prediction

The Vikings will open U.S. Bank Stadium in style, against their archrival on Sunday night. The last time these teams met, the Vikings swiped the division title from the Packers in Week 17. Vikings fans might have a little trepidation about Aaron Rodgers & Co. ruining their big night, but in what should be an electric atmosphere, the Vikings’ defense will harass Rodgers enough to help secure a victory. Record: 2-0.

The Packers’ first game in 2003 following the Lambeau Field renovations came against the Vikings. Now, the Packers will be the guest for the first regular-season game at the new U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. More importantly, it’s a meeting of the top-two teams in the NFC North from last year. Record: 1-1. [ Packers vs Vikings ]

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