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No disrespect to the Minnesota Vikings who are one of the better stories in the NFL and NFC North particularly. The one thing the Vikings (6-5) do have is Adrian Peterson who has miraculously come back from a nasty knee injury to put up MVP-like numbers. Minnesota Vikings (6-5) Analysis: Peterson gets all the love, but the Minnesota defense has been consistently solid on the year.
The problem with the Vikings has been the passing game where Ponder and his lack of dependable help rank 30th in the league with 186.2 yards per game. Green Bay Packers (7-4) Analysis: Last week, the New York Giants straight embarrassed Green Bay on both sides of the ball.
Neither of the defenses in this game will be stout, but I think the Packers will be able to limit what Peterson does.
Nick Grays is a senior writer at the Sports Bank where he covers the Wisconsin Badgers and Green Bay Packers.
Still they are without their best receiver in Percy Harvin and are riding a very young and inexperienced quarterback in Christian Ponder.

Peterson will have to top that miracle to beat the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in a game they absolutely need to stay pace with the Chicago Bears. Considering how good Peterson has been running behind a fullback this year, it’s kind of pathetic how much the passing game has struggled. The misery all began with the offensive line who treated blocking like a ten year old treats cleaning his room. The secondary is dynamic enough to help stack the box against the Vikings star running back.
If the Packers (7-4) don’t beat Minnesota, it will inevitably be panic time in Wisconsin. Aaron Rodgers was sacked five times and posted one of his lowest QB ratings of the year (81.9) because of it.
The big reason I like the Packers to beat the Vikings is because Minnesota will have no answer for all the talented receivers they have.
Ultimately for Minnesota to succeed they will need to get something going in the passing game.

The Vikings will bring pressure, but the return of wide receiver Greg Jennings who’s great in the slot could provide another option for Rodgers to get the ball out quick. Jennings have kept the unit respectable in the absence of stars like Charles Woodson (broken collar-bone) and Clay Matthews (hamstring). Rodgers will use quick drop-back passes and a little bit of the running game to pick the Vikings apart. The Packers rank near the bottom of the league in rushing and as long as Mike McCarthy has a say, they will keep trying to turn that around.

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