Sunday’s Vikings-Packers game in Green Bay may need all five quarters to decide.
Both teams hit field goals in overtime, which leaves the game deadlocked at 26 with a little more than two minutes left in regulation.
The Packers got the ball first in OT and drove deep into Minnesota territory, but they could not get the touchdown they needed to win the game. Instead, they settled for a 20-yard Mason Crosby field goal.
The Vikings responded with a field goal of their own, with Blair Walsh hitting from 35 yards. A strong ground game led by Adrian Peterson and Toby Gerhart was key for Minnesota on the drive.
The next score will win.