Vikings, Packers trade TDs for 31-31 tie in Minnesota

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The Vikings left Aaron Rodgers and the Packers plenty of time to tie Sunday’s game in Minneapolis, but Green Bay didn’t need much of it.

Aaron Rodgers hit Marquez Valdes-Scantling for a 75-yard touchdown one play after Justin Jefferson put the Vikings back on top of their divisional rivals. Dalvin Cook‘s two-point conversion put the Vikings up by seven, but that lead was gone in the blink of an eye.

It’s the fourth touchdown pass of the day for Rodgers. He’s 23-of-33 for 385 yards.

Kirk Cousins has thrown three scores and he has a chance to bring the Vikings back for a win after an apparent interception by Darnell Savage was overturned by a replay just before the two-minute warning.

7 responses to “Vikings, Packers trade TDs for 31-31 tie in Minnesota

  1. I don’t ever want to hear Viking fans whining about officials when their top receiver pushed off all day and never drew a flag. It was flagrant.

    Time to move on from Crosby though. The game should be in OT right now. Good game, bad outcome.

  2. The Packers had 10 starters out, lets start with that. And they still should of won if they weren’t robbed. 4 all pro players and 6 other starters. When an ex NFL ref is on twitter saying this call and that call were not correct you know the refs were bad. They missed two obvious push off by jefferson, and calling the head bob on the center is laughable and I’ve never once seen that called. The Savage pick should never of been overturned either. The rule is you must have possession BEFORE you go to the ground. He clearly had the ball, it was not moving, and his knee was down and he was touched. Then after all that he went to the ground. To overturn that goes along with all the other horrible calls from the day. But the Packers are still clearly winning the division and in a game when you have 3/4 pass rushers out and 2 practice squad guys trying to rush the passer and a practice squad player as the backup RB, I feel extremely confident when healthy the Packers will destroy this vikings team. 10 fricking starters and it took the refs for them to lose. That roster is loaded.

  3. baller101 says:
    November 21, 2021 at 7:41 pm
    The Packers had 10 starters out, lets start with that. And they still should of won if they weren’t robbed. 4 all pro players and 6 other starters. When an ex NFL ref is on twitter saying this call and that call were not correct you know the refs were bad. They missed two obvious push off by jefferson, and calling the head bob on the center is laughable and I’ve never once seen that called. The Savage pick should never of been overturned either. The rule is you must have possession BEFORE you go to the ground. He clearly had the ball, it was not moving, and his knee was down and he was touched. Then after all that he went to the ground. To overturn that goes along with all the other horrible calls from the day. But the Packers are still clearly winning the division and in a game when you have 3/4 pass rushers out and 2 practice squad guys trying to rush the passer and a practice squad player as the backup RB, I feel extremely confident when healthy the Packers will destroy this vikings team. 10 fricking starters and it took the refs for them to lose. That roster is loaded.

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Next man up

    Scoreboard

  4. @baller101 but they still lost.. a paragraph of crying doesn’t change that. 🤷🏻‍♂️ Take a walk bud.

  5. pkrlvr says:
    November 21, 2021 at 4:07 pm
    I don’t ever want to hear Viking fans whining about officials
    ///////
    We aren’t. You are.

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