It was a rough start for the Packers offense in Minneapolis tonight. Third play of the game, Aaron Jones fumbles the ball and Vikings' Eric Kendricks recovers it taking it 24 yards to the 10 yard line.
Green Bay's defense able to hold Minnesota to just a field goal, though. The Packers would tie the game not long after that with a 42-yard field goal by Mason Crosby to end the first quarter.
It was a good start for the Packers defense, though. Kirk Cousins went 3-of-9 for 18 yards in the first quarter. Not for long.
First play of the second quarter, Aaron Rodger throws a pick to Anthony Harris, just Rogers' third interception of the year and by far his worst.
Vikings capitalize on it with a perfect pass by Cousins to Stefon Diggs for a 21-yard touchdown. Vikings pull ahead, 10-3.
The Packers would cut that lead to 10-6 on the following drive as Crosby's 33-yard field goal is good.
Green Bay would soon have three turnovers in the first half. Vikings' Harrison Smith knocks the ball loose out of Davante Adams' hands forcing the fumble.
The Packers defense saved the day once again as the Vikings can't capitalize and turn it over on downs.
Crosby hits another field goal as the clock expires cutting the Vikings lead at halftime to 10-9.
The Packers offense was finally able to find their groove in the third quarter.
Cousins throws an interception to Kevin King, who takes it 39 yards to Green Bay's 47 yard line.
Packers capitalize off of that and finally find the endzone with a 12-yard run by Aaron Jones giving the Packers a 17-10 lead.
Jones is able to find the endzone again in the fourth quarter with a 56-yard run as he takes off down the field putting the Packers up 13 points.
Packers clinched the NFC North Title defeating the Vikings, 23-10.