Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers beat the Minnesota Vikings 37-10 in a frosty Lambeau Field Sunday night to clinch the NFC No.1 seed, a first-round pass and a field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Rodgers went 29 for 38 for 288 yards and two touchdowns while Davante Adams caught 11 passes for 136 yards and one touchdown. Rodgers joined Tom Brady and Don Meredith as the only players in NFL history with two touchdowns and no interceptions in six straight games.
Adams became the fourth player of all time with at least three career seasons with 110 or more receptions, joining Wes Welker, Antonio Brown and DeAndre Hopkins. Adams also became the sixth player in NFL history with at least 600 receptions, 8,000 receiving yards and 70 touchdowns in his first eight seasons. The Packers finished their home regular season schedule undefeated.
Sean Mannion struggled to replace Kirk Cousins as the Vikings quarterback. Minnesota totaled less than 100 yards on offense in the first half. Overall, Minnesota finished with just 206 total yards of attack and just 11 first downs compared to Green Bay’s 29.
Minnesota was eliminated from the playoffs with loss. Philadelphia nabbed a playoff berth with Green Bay’s victory.
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Packers 37, Vikings 10 | FINAL | Odds | The score of the box
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