Packers-Vikings: Minnesota Dominates

Posted: 7th November 2009 by MJ Kasprzak in NFL
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Before assessing what Sunday's 38-26 loss to the Minnesota Vikings actually means to the Green Bay Packers (the subject of my next articleùlook for it Sunday morning), I want to provide the report card on each unit: á Quarterback: B+ Aaron Rodgers had a passer rating over 100 for the fifth consecutive week, raising his season rating to 110.4. He now has 14 TDs and just two picks, plus one rushing TD and two fumbles lost for a 15:4 touchdown to turnover ratio. All of these stats are better than The Traitor has ever had. In this game, he was 26-41 (.634) for 287 yards, three scores, and no turnovers despite being under constant pressure that led to six Viking sacks, giving them 14 in the two games between the rivals. While these stats are worthy of an A grade, two of the sacks he took coul ...

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