Vikings get 23-10 win over Aaron Rodgers-less Packers

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No matter the final score, Sunday’s game was going to be a loser for the Packers because of Aaron Rodgers‘ broken collarbone but the Vikings made sure that there wouldn’t be a win to mitigate their pain.

Jerick McKinnon scored two touchdowns in the first half and the Vikings pitched a shutout in the second half of a 23-10 win that gives them a 4-2 record on the season. That’s the same record for the Packers, who obviously have a lot to sort out now that Rodgers may miss the rest of the season after getting hurt on a hit by Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr in the first quarter of the game.

The Vikings, who played without wide receiver Stefon Diggs, didn’t light anything on fire offensively on Sunday, but they didn’t need to as the Packers couldn’t move the ball with Brett Hundley under center. They scored 10 points on a pair of short fields set up by Vikings turnovers, but the second half saw them punt twice and throw an interception while the Vikings ate clock on the way to three field goals.

A garbage time drive was more productive, but Hundley was 18-of-33 for 157 yards, a touchdown and three interceptions. That leaves the Packers have a lot of work to do on offense before facing the Saints next weekend and it won’t be made any easier with three starting offensive linemen leaving the game with injuries of their own.

Case Keenum was 24-of-38 for 239 yards, a touchdown and an interception in his fourth start of the year. With Sam Bradford‘s future uncertain, Teddy Bridgewater might prove to be the other choice at quarterback in Minnesota as time goes on although winning games will likely keep Keenum under center.

McKinnon looks like the best choice to be the lead back with Dalvin Cook out for the year as he had 99 yards from scrimmage to 37 for Latavius Murray. McKinnon did fumble, however, and turnovers are going to be a no-no for the Vikings if they’re going to hold onto their current spot atop the division.

155 responses to “Vikings get 23-10 win over Aaron Rodgers-less Packers

  1. K-A-R-M-A.

    Korey, roofers safety, 35W, among others.

    bada-ba-ba-ba.
    Hope you enjoyed your visit to Minnesota, you won’t be back again til next season!

  2. What a horribly depressing game for my Packers. This day at US Bank Stadium will be remembered for a long time for many fans. For us Packers fans, we revel in violence, especially me. So, this was a good game to watch for us. In a weird sort of way, we even enjoy it when our own get hurt. Just ask my friends.

  3. Hundley looked decent. It might take the Packers’ offense a couple weeks to adjust with him, but I think they can survive until Rodgers is back.

  4. Remember in the preseason a Packer troll would come into Viking threads after Vikings games and just say “Vaunted” when their defense did not look good. In the preseason. Someone needs to explain the difference between the preseason and the regular season.

  5. Some of our Packers are trying to defect so they don’t have to leave Minnesota. They have no future back where they came from.

  6. It’s an honor to be a Viking fan on this wonderful, glorious day. Back into first place while the Packers basement descent begins.

  7. Starting QB out.

    Starting WR out.

    Starting RB out for season.

    Packer fans over confident.

    Vikings win.

  8. Congrats Viking Fans. Game Balls from this Packer fan go to: Keenum, McKinnon, Harrison Smith and your D-Line. I can’t help but wish Teddy good luck as well. Green Bay won’t lie down the rest of the season and McCarthy is going to have to prove his coaching chops to get the team to the playoffs once again.A daunting challenge, but success is fickle when the greats go down.

  9. A. Rodgers places fast and loose with the rules by taking advantage of defensive penalties to get offense he can’t get by running it any other time; it is fitting that this jerk is taken out. I hope this ends his season and makes him think twice about cheating again.

  10. Ten points. 10. X. Nope, no matter how I try, it doesn’t look any better.

  11. “The Packers were without Rodgers for a full half of the 2013 season. Guess what happened. The Packers still won the division and your Vikings still finished dead last. Once again, and as usual, the actual facts are the exact opposite of your purple pipe dream”
    -a delusional Packer fan yesterday

    Let’s here this today.

  12. The Pack has been leaning on Rodgers for 7-8 seasons, it finally caught up with them. I seen the most reviewed play of the season so far and, Barr was clean on that play, he’s in the middle of his lunge before Rodgers let the pass go. Nothing dirty about it. It’s not the Vikings fault our team doesn’t rely on the talent of one player. With that being said, I still think the Vikings are a 8-8 / 9-7 team with Keenum as QB.

  13. First time I’ve seen them play all year. Keenum is a nice backup. Props to spielman for signing him. Thielen continues to impress. And I’m now eating crow in my criticism of laquon Treadwell. Nice catch, young man.

    Obviously, the packers had huge injuries which changed everything in this game. This is why you don’t want backups out there: there’s always that feeling of not beating the best the other team has to offer. It’s much better beating a team with their stars on the field.

  14. Game wasn’t nearly as close as the score. Packers looked horrible once Rodgers left – hopefully he makes a quick, full recovery. That said, as a Viking fan I’ll take a W any which way it comes. Hopefully the Packers backup improves or that team is in serious trouble.

  15. Congrats to the Vikings for beating a GB team that came in missing three starters and lost more than half a dozen more during the game. Even then they needed the refs to award catches that were out of bounds and off the carpet. Oh well.
    Mini would have been done if they’d lost, with six of their last nine games on the road. Hundley will improve with a week of reps, but obviously losing Rodgers makes optimism hard to come by. I do hope McCarthy recognizes that Jones is much better than a banged-up Montgomery.
    Anyway, congrats again to the Vikings for a rare recent win in the series. I hope their fans aren’t delusional enough to think that Keenum’s going to take them deep into the playoffs though.

  16. This is what we Packers fans get for being what we are. Call it karma, it’s our come-uppence, or whatever. What goes around comes around.

  17. zerotrophiessince1961 says:
    October 10, 2017 at 6:30 am
    Dear Vikings fans: You barely beat the Bears and a rookie QB. Let’s try to keep a level head, mmmkay??? Oh, and by the way, you have no chance next week. None

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    mmmkay, Vikings 23 pack 10

  18. it could also be remembered for the game the Vikings beat the Packers without their starting QB, RB and top WR…

    I feel bad for Rodgers and hope he recovers okay, but GB fans shouldn’t whine because they now have to deal with injuries like every other team.

  19. Somehow, we Packers fans thought we would still be good without Aaron. Well, we aren’t. Delusional, huh?

  20. A very difficult game to watch.
    Disappointing to say the least.
    The Vikings were just better than Green Bay today.
    There’s no other way to say it.

    Yes, there were a ton of injuries to our great squad today, all season long really.
    And none more important than to our Hall of Fame QB.

    But, no excuses. This is NFL Football, players get hurt, every game.
    And great teams find ways to win. Even when they are dealt a losing hand. And Green Bay was up against it today.

    Obviously, this division is completely up for grabs now and I surely hope the other injuries aren’t as major setbacks as Rodgers is.
    No rest for the weary and nobody’s going to feel sorry for you.
    Nor should they.
    It’s time to pick yourselves up, dust off and move on to the Saints.

    Looking forward to see what Hundley can do with a full week of reps with the 1st team. And continued experience over the next few weeks.
    It’ll be interesting to see just how McCarthy decides to use him in the future.

    Getting healthier is the first step to help this young man out.
    This is a talented team despite what the naysayers love to chat about endlessly.
    It’s time to prove it.

  21. minneanderthals says:
October 10, 2017 at 6:29 pm
    

Well, best of luck to Bradford in all his future endeavors. 
It’s a shame that this team is going to get destroyed this week. Playing a defense that’s realistically the same (11 vs 13 in yards allowed and allowing a difference of 4 points per game more), and an offense that put up 35 against the same bears team that allowed only 20 from the Vikes? 
I’m thinking 42 – 10. Rodgers is sitting in the 3rd quarter as Brett Hundley gets a few reps in a game the Packers coast through.

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    Well, best of luck to Rodgers in all his future endeavors. I’m thinking 23-10 Vikings.

  22. Vikings were all over us today. Injuries mounted on the defense which really killed them.

    It will be hard without A-Rod but pony up and move on.
    I thought Barr could certainly pull up and avoid the bull dog hit but I don’t think it was dirty. Unnecessary but not dirty. The pick block by Treadwell however was cheap as hell.

    Vikings outplayed Green Bay.

  23. Lots of angry GB fans I’m sure after this game. Angry at Barr, angry at the officials, angry at coaching and angry at players who didn’t step up and do their jobs.

    It is what it is – a promising season made all the more challenging by the most decimating of injuries, and a few more to boot. The next 10 weeks will show this team’s resiliency. If they can play slightly better than .500 ball, I’ll be happy.

    All in all, we’re still fans of the 13-time World Champion Green Bay Packers, and wouldn’t trade places with any other franchise, let alone one in the same division. Now, more than ever….

    GoPackGo!!!!

  24. minneanderthals says:
    September 11, 2017 at 5:37 pm
    I think one thing we can all agree on is this:

    The Vikings are not beating this Packers team this year. Not at home, not on the road.

    The Packers are VASTLY superior in almost every way.t

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    ooopps, someone spoke to soon. I guess the packers are not VASTLY superior in the QB position

  25. My Packer friends, this long time V rube understands the loss. Truly feel bad. If I remember though, last time Rodgers was hurt this bad…he made it to the playoffs….right?

    Skol

  26. To the real Packers fans out there- I feel bad for you. We Vikes fans know the feeling all too well, and can’t wait for Rodgers to come back to have the best on the field any time we match up.

    To the rest of the pack trolls out there (whatjusthappened, tokyo, etc)….. you reap what you sow. Hope you don’t win another game this year.

  27. Nice W vike’s. The division is yours, we just saw the changeing of the guard. Hat’s off to you guys. Go pack
    ——-
    How long are you going to continue this immature fake packer fan bs?

  28. usdcoyotesfan says:
    October 15, 2017 at 4:33 pm

    The Vikings didn’t beat the Packers, the Packers beat themselves.
    ………
    I have a strong feeling that this knucklehead will be posting an almost identical message for the rest of the season. As long as the pack and their arrogant fans keep losing and the Vikings keep winning, i’ll be pleased. Go Vikes!

  29. Not good to see another get hurt… but it’s sure nice to see Erin the China doll go crashing down, and just like Humpty dumpty fell into pieces. Mccarthy should of been fired years ago. but the ignorant inbread fans own the team so they keep the peasant coach. The Pack, their coach, the fans and the dump of a stadium… Enjoy!!

  30. Cribbage
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    The Pack have an infinite more SB’s than the Vikings… but you do realize that about 10 of those championships were not SB’s and won when there was like one other team in the league… hope that those mythical wins before you were born bring Packer fans joy.

    We all lnow that the real title towns are NE, SF, Dallas and Pitt.

  31. Filthymcnasty, the great cabbage, you guys took great pleasure in our quarterback injuries….I hate to see Aaron Rodgers down he’s hands down the best quarterback in the league. Try to some hubris and not take pleasure in other’s misfortunes with injuries. Here’s hoping Aaron is back soon and dominating.

  32. pkrh8tr says:
    October 15, 2017 at 4:37 pm
    crappage? steala? what? hometown? et al? where are you? oh…i am so sad. cus i wanted another playoff choke. but now it wont happen
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    Is will nice a quite in here for a while until they get their courage up after they get use to losing.

  33. The Vikings are 3-1 against the Packers in the last four games.
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    They do very well when Rodgers isn’t playing.

  34. I kinda feel bad for people that pretend to be fans of other teams, like the numba1 nutjobs and and people that have serial killer names.

    I mean, they have to be the worst people we know in our regular lives that try to be funny but never are?

    Good win, vikes. Try to have some class when you win. You sure don’t when you lose.

  35. The good news is, I don’t have to sit here on PFT for the next 12 weeks and troll. Vikings fans, though? Well, you see what’s happened.

  36. I’ve called the many Vikie fan friends I’ve had the pleasure of sharing Lambeau with over the years. No need for any of that with the numb nutz clowns here.

  37. Don’t you mean to say Bradford less Vikes beat the Packers. That’s what the headlines should say.

  38. minneanderthals says:
    October 15, 2017 at 5:12 pm
    I kinda feel bad for people that pretend to be fans of other teams, like the numba1 nutjobs and and people that have serial killer names.
    —-
    You have at least 3 other aliases on here, filtymcnasty, hometownzero, toykosandblaster and one of them is flat out disgusting (look up the last one) AND YOU feel bad for OTHER people?
    SMH

  39. longtimefanh8tr says:
    October 15, 2017 at 5:09 pm
    The Vikings are 3-1 against the Packers in the last four games.
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    They do very well when Rodgers isn’t playing.
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    C’mon. The vikes were playing w their back-up QB, w/o their star WR, Right guard and starting safety. I’d say the playing field field was = w/o Rodgers. U gotta face the fact, it’s HUNTLEY now. Rodgers is nada.

  40. Mnrasslinggovjessie
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    Love that your whining about injuries…. MN was playing with their backup QB, Backup RB, League leading WR, starting LG, and back up safety… 5 missing starters and molly whomped the packers. But your injuries matter more than others… next man up!

  41. Stay humble, Vikings fans. The Vikings did what teams that want to be considered contenders do, win a home divisional game. Nothing more, nothing less. I’m gutted for the Packers fans, not only for Rogers’ injury, but all the others. This makes the NFC wide open. Seems like a pick ’em between Dallas and Philadelphia now, but it’s a bit of a fool’s errand to try and predict who will be the conference’s top seed.

  42. mnrasslinggovjesse says:
    October 15, 2017 at 4:42 pm
    Congrats to the Vikings for beating a GB team that came in missing three starters and lost more than half a dozen more during the game.
    //////////////
    Bridgewater. Bradford. Cook. Diggs. Barr in 2nd half.

    The Vikings haven’t played a planned QB or RB in almost two seasons. Your “team” is weak. Everybody knows that. 90% of the Packer fans on this site deserve this punch in the mouth. And AR deserves it too. Where’s that championship belt? Where is that bottle of Grape Crush. If he never plays again, I’d say he gets what he deserves (and so does his family).

  43. mnrasslinggovjesse says:

    Anyway, congrats again to the Vikings for a rare recent win in the series.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    In the recent history of the series, the rarity has been a Packer win.

    Last 4 games, the Vikings have are 1 – 1 in Lambeau and are undefeated by your squad at US Bank stadium.

  44. Yeah, the packers were down Rodgers, but the Vikings were down a starting QB, RB, and WR1…its called depth

  45. Packers fan since the days when Scooter McLean was head coach.

    This was a tough loss — but it’s the way it goes in the NFL.

    To quote an American patriot, Thomas Paine, appropriate there:

    “THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman.”

    Go! Pack! Go!

  46. longtimefanh8tr says:

    They do very well when Rodgers isn’t playing.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Rodgers has played in each of the last 4 games. The Vikings have won 75% of the time.

  47. Sunday, October 15, 2017 – the greatest day of every viking fan’s life. They won their Super Bowl and Aaron Rodgers gets hurt and could be out for the season. Lots of smiles all over Minnesota tonight.

  48. As bad as it was to see Rodgers go down, it wasn’t nearly as bad as hearing Aikman keep asking why McCarthy didn’t challenge that catch and all his other comments. After 5 minutes of talking about it then he realizes they didn’t have any challenges left. Thom (I think is the other guy) explained that Packers won one and lost one so they should have one left. WTH? lol.

  49. Why doesn’t the headline read, “Bradford/Bridgewater-less Vikings get 23-10 win over Aaron Rodgers-less Packers?”

    Keenum👏🏾Is👏🏾The👏🏾3rd👏🏾String👏🏾QB👏🏾 #NoExcuses #NoSympathy #SKOL

  50. Frazier28/7 says:
    October 15, 2017 at 5:39 pm
    this game could’ve easily been 45-3.
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    And it would have. 45-3 Packers, if Rodgers hadn’t gone down.

  51. The entire league doesn’t make any sense. Falcons lost to Jay Cutler, in atlanta? The lions got destroyed by the saints? The Chiefs look inept right now…what’s next? Are the Broncos going to lose to a team that resembles the little giants?

    League is a mess.

  52. What happened? Did I black out? Did the season end already and the Vikings wrapped up the division?

    No. The answer is no.

  53. That was a major beat down! Vikes didn’t just win, they completely manhandled the Packers. I think this is why Zimmer keeps saying that he likes this team. They are very physical – his kind of football.

    Bummer about Rodgers, as he truly is the best QB in the league. Hopefully, he’s able to make a full recovery and come back this year. I think the Packers will have trouble playing even .500 ball without him, but stranger things have happened.

  54. Rodgers goes out = terrible excuse why Vikings win

    Vikings started game without their starting QB, starting RB and a starting WR.

    Injuries are a part of football, stop being so reliant on one player.

  55. beer4guy says:
    October 15, 2017 at 6:05 pm
    That was a major beat down! Vikes didn’t just win, they completely manhandled the Packers. I think this is why Zimmer keeps saying that he likes this team. They are very physical – his kind of football.

    Bummer about Rodgers, as he truly is the best QB in the league. Hopefully, he’s able to make a full recovery and come back this year. I think the Packers will have trouble playing even .500 ball without him, but stranger things have happened.

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    It didn’t feel like a beatdown. It should have been, but the Vikings mistakes kept the Packers in the game. After the Rodgers injury, the Pack had no life and the Vikings did their best to give it to them. The Pack were in the game when they had no business being in it. Both teams looked interested in just running out the clock and getting out of there, especially Green Bay as evidenced by their lack of urgency moving down the field down only 13 with half the 4th quarter left.

  56. stellarperformance says:
    October 15, 2017 at 6:04 pm
    What happened? Did I black out? Did the season end already and the Vikings wrapped up the division?

    No. The answer is no.

    as in no the packers wont win it. which is unfortunate because ive grown accustom to their playoff chokes

  57. pkrh8tr says:
    October 15, 2017 at 6:30 pm
    as in no the packers wont win it. which is unfortunate because ive grown accustom to their playoff chokes
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    Help me understand……….never, ever, making the playoffs ISN’T a choke?

  58. jimmyjohns01 says:
    October 15, 2017 at 5:56 pm

    As bad as it was to see Rodgers go down, it wasn’t nearly as bad as hearing Aikman keep asking why McCarthy didn’t challenge that catch and all his other comments. After 5 minutes of talking about it then he realizes they didn’t have any challenges left. Thom (I think is the other guy) explained that Packers won one and lost one so they should have one left. WTH? lol.

    ________________________

    it was truly painful listening to the pair today. When Aikman was dumbfounded because the Vikings didn’t try to go for 5 or 6 yards to get into field goal range on 4th and 25 I almost had to mute my TV.

  59. Long time Vikes fan here – since the “Purple People Eaters” era. The team we played today was not the Green Bay Packers – it was the “Green Bay Rodgers”. This really showed how insanely reliant this team is on Rodgers. TT and McCarthy have been hitching their wagon to one guy and have looked good because of it and NOW this guy is out. Good teams find a way to win with “Next Guy Up” (Vikings running with their #2 QB, RB, WR, and LG). This is why the Packers are NOT even a mediocre team without Rodgers!!

  60. stellarperformance says:

    Help me understand……….
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    We have tried multiple times.

    But your inability to read and comprehend the English language has made further attempts to do so futile.

  61. bordner says:
    October 15, 2017 at 5:55 pm
    Sunday, October 15, 2017 – the greatest day of every viking fan’s life. They won their Super Bowl and Aaron Rodgers gets hurt and could be out for the season. Lots of smiles all over Minnesota tonight.
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    Packer fans like to say Viking fans think the Vikings playing the Packers is their Super Bowl. We don’t but saying that must make Packer fans feel better about themselves. Especially after a loss it does appear.

  62. This is Karma for all the trash talking Erin does, and especially all the fans laughing at Vikings players going down. I just wonder if Hundley throws a TD pass to Jordy if they do that queer thumb touching celebration?

    It was also cute watching Matthews practicing sprints all day chasing Vikings players. That one where he tried tackling McKinnon and McKinnon high stepped and Matthews ate turf, that was priceless. Then he goes to the bench, wets his hair, and flicks it back like a girl in a shampoo commercial.

    Get better soon #ARod (In his Collarbone)

  63. stellarperformance says:
    October 15, 2017 at 6:40 pm
    pkrh8tr says:
    October 15, 2017 at 6:30 pm
    as in no the packers wont win it. which is unfortunate because ive grown accustom to their playoff chokes
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    Help me understand……….never, ever, making the playoffs ISN’T a choke?
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    smh. no a choke is 4-26. 15-1. favre int v giants. kaperneck 2x. fitz. atl. and 2014 nfv chokionship game. et al. my team (not the vikings, even though today they were) has made the playoffs quite often in the last 10 years.

  64. theolballcoach says:
    October 15, 2017 at 5:58 pm
    Hello, Mrs. Gerbschmidt, can Carl come out and play.
    No, I’m sorry Carl has a little tummy ache.
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    What was Carl’s hashtag for the Packer playing in this year’s Super Bowl in Minnesota? What are the odds that we do not see that hashtag again?

  65. “I love this team, I love this offense and I love the atmosphere.” – Case Keenum

    Yeah. Players hate playing for Zimmer. The defense also clearly quit on them today.
    Enjoy your cheese and whine!

  66. gaetz23 says:
    October 15, 2017 at 6:29 pm
    beer4guy says:
    October 15, 2017 at 6:05 pm
    That was a major beat down! Vikes didn’t just win, they completely manhandled the Packers. I think this is why Zimmer keeps saying that he likes this team. They are very physical – his kind of football.

    Bummer about Rodgers, as he truly is the best QB in the league. Hopefully, he’s able to make a full recovery and come back this year. I think the Packers will have trouble playing even .500 ball without him, but stranger things have happened.

    ———————————————————————

    It didn’t feel like a beatdown. It should have been, but the Vikings mistakes kept the Packers in the game. After the Rodgers injury, the Pack had no life and the Vikings did their best to give it to them. The Pack were in the game when they had no business being in it. Both teams looked interested in just running out the clock and getting out of there, especially Green Bay as evidenced by their lack of urgency moving down the field down only 13 with half the 4th quarter left.
    _______________________

    No doubt, Vikings’ turnovers kept the Packers in the game. (Their only 10 points were off the two turnovers due to a short field). And I love Zimmer, but the one issue I have with him is that he has almost too much confidence in his defense. As soon as the Vikings get up by two scores, the offense gets conservative. And if they’re up by two scores in the 4th quarter, the defense goes into prevent mode. But if you look at just the flow of the game during the first 3 quarters when the game was still in doubt, Vikings dominated on both sides. I think at one point in the 4th quarter, Fox showed a stat that had the Vikings at 24-5 in first downs. Unfortunately, it wasn’t as lopsided in the score, but no doubt that the Vikings were the more physical team and Zim’s defense had this game under control.

  67. I’m starting to understand why Viking fans are so bitter and angry. After today, I now know what it feels like to base the success of my team on wishing and hoping. That’s what it feels like? That’s what Viking fans have been experiencing for the last decade? I’ve taken a winning mentality for granted for so long. Wow. No wonder. It’s an eye opener. I actually feel sorry for them……now.

  68. pkrh8tr says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:05 pm
    smh. no a choke is 4-26. 15-1. favre int v giants. kaperneck 2x. fitz. atl. and 2014 nfv chokionship game. et al. my team (not the vikings, even though today they were) has made the playoffs quite often in the last 10 years.
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    Prove it.

  69. bordner says:
    October 15, 2017 at 5:55 pm
    Sunday, October 15, 2017 – the greatest day of every viking fan’s life. They won their Super Bowl and Aaron Rodgers gets hurt and could be out for the season. Lots of smiles all over Minnesota tonight
    ————————
    That’s funny how the cheesers try to take something that Bud Grant said about the Packers one time and try to make it their own. The 70s and 80s the Vikings games were the Packers SB. Cheesers have always longed for the good old days, to bad it’s going back to those 3-13 good old days.

  70. stellarperformance says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:22 pm
    I’m starting to understand why Viking fans are so bitter and angry. After today, I now know what it feels like to base the success of my team on wishing and hoping. That’s what it feels like? That’s what Viking fans have been experiencing for the last decade? I’ve taken a winning mentality for granted for so long. Wow. No wonder. It’s an eye opener. I actually feel sorry for them……now.
    —-
    lol..after all your talk and all your other packer troll talk all year….i, as a packer hater but not a viking fan, is licking up all your tears. ummmm…salty.

  71. The Vikings just punished and beat up on a soft packers team. That defense was relentless all day and smashed the hopes and dreams for remainder of the season for the one dimensional GB packers squad

  72. stellarperformance says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:22 pm
    I’m starting to understand why Viking fans are so bitter and angry. After today, I now know what it feels like to base the success of my team on wishing and hoping. That’s what it feels like? That’s what Viking fans have been experiencing for the last decade? I’ve taken a winning mentality for granted for so long. Wow. No wonder. It’s an eye opener. I actually feel sorry for them……now.
    ______________________________

    Dude, seriously? Your team just got smoked and you lost your All-Everything QB for at least 6 weeks and you still feel the need to lash out at Vikings fans?

  73. stellarperformance says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:22 pm

    I’m starting to understand why Viking fans are so bitter and angry. After today, I now know what it feels like to base the success of my team on wishing and hoping. That’s what it feels like? That’s what Viking fans have been experiencing for the last decade? I’ve taken a winning mentality for granted for so long. Wow. No wonder. It’s an eye opener. I actually feel sorry for them……now.

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    You starting to understand why Viking fans are so bitter and angry?
    That is just too funny, you should be on “Last comic standing”

  74. So much salty cheese, it’s a welcome and entertaining alternative to the smug cheese in anticipation of this game. I hope you don’t think we are gonna feel bad for your injuries, we just destroyed you with what is effectively our 3rd qb, and backups at RB. Now the league sees how terrible your team is when it’s not masked by a good qb.

  75. pkrh8tr says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:27 pm
    lol..after all your talk and all your other packer troll talk all year….i, as a packer hater but not a viking fan, is licking up all your tears. ummmm…salty.
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    Umm. That isn’t tears. Strange, but thanks (I guess.)

    I remember you now. You’re the guy that lived near LaCrosse and got sick of living and working among Packer fans. You don’t have a team! You’re just a hater! That’s hilarious!

  76. stellarperformance says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:41 pm
    pkrh8tr says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:27 pm
    lol..after all your talk and all your other packer troll talk all year….i, as a packer hater but not a viking fan, is licking up all your tears. ummmm…salty.
    ////////////////////////////////////////

    Umm. That isn’t tears. Strange, but thanks (I guess.)

    I remember you now. You’re the guy that lived near LaCrosse and got sick of living and working among Packer fans. You don’t have a team! You’re just a hater! That’s hilarious!
    —-
    no…wrong again stella. i do live in mequon. i have a team. i am a packer hater because you packer fans made me that way. congrats.

    i find it hilarious also.

  77. minneanderthals says:
    October 15, 2017 at 5:12 pm
    I kinda feel bad for people that pretend to be fans of other teams, like the numba1 nutjobs and and people that have serial killer names.

    I mean, they have to be the worst people we know in our regular lives that try to be funny but never are?

    Good win, vikes. Try to have some class when you win. You sure don’t when you lose.

    ***

    You, of anyone, do not have any class. As evidenced by others even referencing you in this thread.

  78. bordner says:
    October 15, 2017 at 5:57 pm
    Frazier28/7 says:
    October 15, 2017 at 5:39 pm
    this game could’ve easily been 45-3.
    ————————
    And it would have. 45-3 Packers, if Rodgers hadn’t gone down.

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    Would you like a tissue? Or 45- 3 Viking hadn’t Bradford, Cook and Diggs gone down. Not too late for that issue.

  79. stellarperformance says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:22 pm

    I’m starting to understand why Viking fans are so bitter and angry. After today, I now know what it feels like to base the success of my team on wishing and hoping. That’s what it feels like? That’s what Viking fans have been experiencing for the last decade? I’ve taken a winning mentality for granted for so long. Wow. No wonder. It’s an eye opener. I actually feel sorry for them……now.
    _________

    It’s fans like you that make karma seem like such a reality.

  80. I was a little disheartened how much pressure GB could put on Keenum sometimes with just a 3 man rush. I saw some blitzes, but even with a 3 man rush, Keenum could easily have been the one taken out on a cart. Many of the balls he just got out. Keenum got rattled and threw a couple of balls that could have been (maybe should have been) picked off. The line is better than last year, no doubt but I hope they continue to gel. This is a great win for us, especially with our injuries, but keep the celebration short and keep working.

  81. Footballfan825 says:
    October 12, 2017 at 11:20 am
    It’ll be fun to watch the packers play a real defense. Rodgers is good but fragile.

    ….

    Hate to say I called it but I stand by it. The Vikings defense came to play today! Hope Rodgers heals quickly. I’m not celebrating his injury but I will always celebrate the Vikings beating the Packers under any circumstance

  82. stellarperformance says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:22 pm

    I’ve taken a winning mentality for granted for so long.

    ———————–

    Winning what? What have you won? You think you’re better or more entitled because a bunch of guys that wouldn’t look twice at you if you were on fire, wear the colors and logo you like best. They may have won more than some others, but you have NOTHING to do with that.

  83. pkrh8tr says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:45 pm
    stellarperformance says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:41 pm
    pkrh8tr says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:27 pm
    lol..after all your talk and all your other packer troll talk all year….i, as a packer hater but not a viking fan, is licking up all your tears. ummmm…salty.
    ////////////////////////////////////////

    Umm. That isn’t tears. Strange, but thanks (I guess.)

    I remember you now. You’re the guy that lived near LaCrosse and got sick of living and working among Packer fans. You don’t have a team! You’re just a hater! That’s hilarious!
    —-
    no…wrong again stella. i do live in mequon. i have a team. i am a packer hater because you packer fans made me that way. congrats.

    i find it hilarious also

    —————————–

    It seems Packer fans will just make everybody hate them and their team.

  84. Sundays contest was a stellar performance for the hometown with a mcnasty defensive outing leaving the packer lovers very sad…enjoy the bottom of the division you smug packer trolls…

  85. stellarperformance says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:41 pm
    pkrh8tr says:
    October 15, 2017 at 7:27 pm
    lol..after all your talk and all your other packer troll talk all year….i, as a packer hater but not a viking fan, is licking up all your tears. ummmm…salty.
    ////////////////////////////////////////

    Umm. That isn’t tears. Strange, but thanks (I guess.)

    ————————-

    Thanks for insinuating what you do while watching football. Strange, REALLY strange, REALLY REALLY strange, but thanks, I guess.

  86. This gleeful reaction to Rodgers’ injury is exactly why the Barneys will never get to enjoy the glorious feeling of their team winning an NFL Championship. Ever!
    You simply don’t deserve it.
    And the Football Gods will never allow it.
    Worst fan base in pro sports, and it isn’t even close.
    57 years of mediocre/bad football and counting.
    Lather. Rinse. Repeat.
    That’s what you call karma!
    skoLOL!!!!

  87. cheeseisfattening says:
    October 15, 2017 at 4:36 pm
    Remember in the preseason a Packer troll would come into Viking threads after Vikings games and just say “Vaunted” when their defense did not look good. In the preseason. Someone needs to explain the difference between the preseason and the regular season.

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    Maybe you should be reminded of the vikings stellar post season record.

  88. Reality check Packer trolls…. the glee is not for Rodgers getting hurt. With the exception of a few sadists, no one is happy to see someone’s season end.

    No, the glee is for the opportunity to watch you backpedal and try to weasel your way out of the crap you have been shoveling for years.

    Next man up
    Better football for better people
    GB is better run because they have depth
    Blah blah blah…

    Now we will see the truth. And all your talk about how good teams overcome injuries, even to their best players, how the Packers will forever be the class of the North because of how awesome no-FA-Ted and hypocrite fat-shaming McChunkstyle are. And let’s not forget…. we will get to see how “better people” behave with their team in the basement.

    The glee is not directed at Rodgers. It is directed at his “owners”

  89. As a very long time Vikings fan of over 40 years l would like to say it brings me no joy to see A. Rogers go down with such a serious injury, that just sucks. I would much rather have beaten the Pack with everyone healthy on both Teams. Best of luck, keep your heads up and here’s wishing for a speedy recovery to your QB. Hopefully the 2nd meeting between our teams will be meaningful for both clubs
    A Vikes fan

  90. Seems clear…the Vikings are a better team than GB. That’s TEAM. And it’s not even close. Without the fluke fumble the Pack doesn’t even score a TD. It is what it is GB fans. Tough stuff. What goes around comes around…

  91. Nice win for the Vikings. If they lost their season would be in real trouble. They are now in first place. Skol.

  92. Vikings were down a starting QB, RB, and WR1…its called depth.
    )))))))))))))

    Starting left guard Easton was out too.

  93. Weird weird game. The second Arog went out it seemed like the Vikes would steamroll them. It never really happened like that. I was a little disappointed, given the circumstances, that the Vikings didn’t step on the throat and squeeze when given the opportunity. Sure, a win is a win and we have a backup QB, RB, WR so I get it. We can’t hope to play a rookie QB or a backup every week. It would have felt better if they would have ran away with the game.

    Packers fans, you might be ok. Your team held it together a little bit given literally half your team was injured. Way to early to tell on Hundley. He didn’t look good, but there were a few rays of sunshine. Tough D to come in as a backup against. Next week will tell you a lot more, but that O is going to have to go because Brees is turning it on.

  94. Our backups beat your backups.

    What’s that the Packers fans are always saying about depth? Next man up? Something like that?

    No fan base deserves to lose more.

  95. OR PACKERS LOSE 23 – 10 over Sam Bradfordless and Healthy TEDDY BRIDGEWATERLESS VIkings.

    Battle of # 2 QB’s

    Packers sorry your starting QB got hurt. We know how it feels to be running your team with a # 2 or depending on how you look at it a # 3 QB.

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