The Call: Vikings at Packers

  • Article by: DAN WIEDERER
  • Updated: December 2, 2012 - 7:53 AM
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Bob_NelsonDec. 1, 12 6:41 PM

If the Vikes can get just half of the Packers score it should be considered a positive. They just don't have the talent to play with the Green Bay Packers. The game is outdoors, on natural grass of Lambeau Field, and played in the fresh air. The Vikes are like rodents liking it dark and stale.

kimjoelcDec. 1, 12 8:40 PM

Vikes Win... Vikes Win...

redgrange12Dec. 1, 12 9:23 PM

If the Vikings front 4 can get as much of a rush as the Giants did last week they have a chance. If the front four plays like they did against da Bears, it will be over by the end of the first quarter. If we can stay within one score of them the whole way Peterson will end up having a huge day.

vlombardyDec. 1, 1210:26 PM

It'll come down to a call against the Vikes. It always does, according to Kevin Williams. Heh, heh, heh.

prplstoogeDec. 2, 1212:09 AM

It is clear that the vikings simply do not have the talent on either side of the ball to beat a team with a winning (or losing) record on the road this season other than the hapless 4-7 Detroit Lions. It is time for this poorly coached loser club to admit that the offense is punchless, predictable and only one player has any real talent (Peterson). The defense has even less talent and one of the worst defensive backfields in the league (which is the reason that three rookie QBs have beaten them this season). Rodgers and the Packer's recieving corps will destroy the likes of "Old Man" Winfield, "Overrated" Allen, "Not Ready for the NFL" Robison and "The Cluless Rookie" Harrison Smith!!! I say the Packers in a laugher 34-13.

geekfreedomDec. 2, 12 1:05 AM

A great, great rivalry. Vikes always play us tough. Vikes are not the Packer's #1 rival; that is, always has been, and always will be the Bears. Should be a great game. It's NFC North love/hate - we hate to lose to you, but if we're not in, we're pullin for you to win the playoff game. When it's the Bears or Vikes, records, and even talent, really don't matter as much. This is Black n Blue NFC Norse pride, our shared history.

lgaytanDec. 2, 1210:28 AM

This is our last real shot at a playoff spot. If we lose today, we're not mathematically eliminated, but we'll fall 2 games behind the Packers & maybe 3 behind the Bears if they beat the Seahawks. With only 4 games left, we'll have to the run the table for the rest of our games. Now we know that's not going to happen. If we do lose today, it's just not conceivable that we keep this same coaching staff. Even though we already bettered our 3-13 season from last year, ending 6-10 or 7-9 is not acceptable. When this once might Vikings team is content with a losing season, it really is over!!!!

knight63Dec. 2, 1211:06 AM

Cheese 31-Purple 17

RequiemDec. 2, 12 2:27 PM

ponder is not the guy

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