Green Bay Packers Vs. Minnesota Vikings II: Three Plays Tell the Story

Posted: 6th November 2009 by Jersey Al Bracco in NFL
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I sat down tonight to review the Packers-Vikings game... I didn't make it very far. Within the first five minutes, I saw three plays that would foretell how the game would unfold. Already disgusted, I threw down the remote and bailed on watching the whole game. Why torture myself? It was clear that these three plays would give me plenty to write about. á Play No. 1: Ryan Grant Makes a Bad, BAD Decision

With Quinn Johnson as the lead blocker, Rodgers hands off to Ryan Grant on what looks like an outside zone run. Johnson meets the linebacker head-on, and the play is blocked perfectly. Every Vikings player, except the deep safety, has a Packer in his face. The Packers are all holding their blocks well, and you can see a nice seam for Grant to run through between Josh Sitton and Al ...

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