The Green Bay Packers dropped their sixth straight road game this season, falling to the Minnesota Vikings 24-17 at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday night. The Packers (4-6-1) now need to win all five of their remaining games and get help to find a spot into the post season playoffs.
The Packers were quick to start again, jumping out to 7-0 and 14-7 leads, but like previous games, the Packers fell apart. Nothing seemed to go right for the Packers the rest of the way.
The Green Bay defense couldn’t get a take/away, while Tramon Williams turned it over on a punt return which gave the ball back to the Vikings. Minnesota wouldn’t score after going for it on fourth and short, but they did take more time off the clock. [Read more…]