Minnesota Vikings 16-21 Green Bay Packers: Packers hold on in tense NFC North battle

The Green Bay Packers held on to win 21-16 following the Minnesota Vikings had hauled back out of three touchdowns down.
Aaron Rodgers started hot in the first half, pitching two touchdowns – to Jamaal Williams along with Geronimo Allison – although Aaron Jones driven in from two yards out to give a seemingly insurmountable 21-0 lead to Green Bay.
The Vikings didn’t lay down.
As they seemed to finish a comeback, their defense shut down Rodgers to the remainder of the game, and forced 2 fumbles.
After their three-touchdown lead had been taken by the Packers, 75 metres raced in reaction to the finish zone.
The Vikings came out as the stronger team in the second after incorporating a Dan Bailey field goal before the half.
Early in the third quarter, Kirk Cousins established a spiral and he took it straight from a guard’s arms for the score.
As Diggs was penalised for behavior the shortage remained at five factors and Bailey’s extra-point attempt has been blocked.
Multiple factors were traded by both teams before the Vikings pounded with Cook and Alexander Mattison to Green Bay land directing the way late .
Having a first-and-goal in the eight-yard lineup, Cousins gathered right, and strove to force a floated ball in the rear of the end zone to Diggs, but Kevin King with a diving catch intercepted it.
The Vikings had the ball but were forced to punt, and the clock rushed down leaving Cousins one final Hail Mary effort that fell way short, when Rodgers found Davante Adams to get a brand new set of downs.

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