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Key to Game; Numbers to Note
MINNEAPOLIS – Packer Report looks backs at Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Key to the game When the Packers beat the Vikings on Dec. 2 at Lambeau Field, the key was Morgan Burnett's two interceptions. When the Packers lost to the Vikings on Sunday, the key, again, was turnovers. "We didn't create any and we had one turnover that turned into seven points for them. If you look at the final margin, you see a three-point loss and that's the difference," quarterback Aaron Rodgers said. Rodgers could hardly have played better given the circumstances. He finished 28-of-40 for 365 yards and four touchdowns. His passer rating was 131.8. The Packers trailed 13-0 and 20-7 in the first half. He tied the game in the third quarter, and when the Vikings answered that with a touchdown, Rodgers followed suit with a touchdown of his own. However, Rodgers was guilty of the game's only turnover. With the ball at midfield and the Packers having closed within 20-17, Rodgers...
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