How many times have Vikings beat Packers?
|All-time series||Packers, 63–55–3|
|Postseason results||Even, 1–1 January 9, 2005, Vikings 31, Packers 17 January 5, 2013, Packers 24, Vikings 10|
|Largest victory||Packers, 45–7 (2011)|
Did the Minnesota Vikings beat the Green Bay Packers today?
Vikings beat Packers, 28-22.
What was the score between the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings today?
Dalvin Cook and the Minnesota Vikings stunned the Green Bay Packers on Sunday at Lambeau Field, with four touchdowns from Cook powering a 28-22 win for Mike Zimmer’s team in Green Bay.
When was the last time the Minnesota Vikings beat the Green Bay Packers?
In 2015, the Minnesota Vikings won the NFC North by beating the Green Bay Packers. One of Minnesota’s most recent wins at Lambeau Field came during Week 17 of the 2015 season. The Vikings were able to pull out a 20-13 win over the Packers.
How many times have the Green Bay Packers played the Minnesota Vikings?
The two teams have met each other 118 times (including 2 postseason games), with the Green Bay Packers winning 61 games and the Minnesota Vikings winning 54 games. They have also tied 3 times.
What was the score of the Green Bay Packers game?
The Packers pass rush sacked Kirk Cousins five times — three from linebacker Za’Darius Smith — and the Vikings ran for a measly 57 yards. Despite that, Green Bay trailed at halftime.
What was the final score of the Vikings game?
Cousins went 3 of 5 for only 54 yards with no touchdowns and an interception in the first two quarters of play, and it took a 37-yard touchdown pass to Thielen to make his stat line presentable. All told, the lack of clock control by the Vikings offense ultimately gassed the defense, and the rest was cake for Rodgers.
Where are the Vikings playing in Week 2?
The Packers now face another all-important divisional match in Week 2 when they host the Detroit Lions, while the Vikings head to Lucas Oil Stadium to try and right the ship against the Indianapolis Colts. Catch all the highlights and action from you might’ve missed in the live blog below.