Thursday, October 2nd, 8:25 PM, Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WisconsinBoth teams had ups and downs in the first four weeks of the season. The Packers were in real trouble heading into Week 4, sitting at 1-2 and firing blanks on offense. They looked to be in tough with a visit to the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, but Aaron Rodgers put on something of a clinic as he threw for 4 TD’s in an impressive 38-17 road win. That was enough to get the Packers back on track after an awful season start, at least for the time being. On the other hand, Vikings fans didn’t know what to expect when they welcomed in the 2-1 Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons were coming from a demolishing 56-14 win over the Bucs and their confidence was on a high point. Minnesota was missing star RB Adrian Peterson due a suspension, and had a rookie QB at the helm in the shape of Teddy Bridgewater. They put on an offensive show of their own, albeit against a rather frail looking Falcons D. With all that in mind, it’s tough to say which versions of these two teams will step on the field on Thursday night. Both have had games where nothing goes right offensively, as well as games where the offense looks unstoppable. As such, this could end up being a tight, defensive struggle or an offensive explosion that ends with the last team with the ball winning the game. To get an idea of how it might play out, we should probably take a little walk down memory lane.
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