Vikings Beat Packers 23-10, Tie for Division Lead
MINNEAPOLIS -- Aaron Rodgers went down early with a broken collarbone after he was hit hard by Anthony Barr hit in the 1st Quarter.
Playing without Sam Bradford and Stephon Diggs didn't stop the Vikings from beating the Packers by two scores. Vikings Quarterback Case Keenum went 24/38 for 239 yards, a touchdown, and an interception off a tipped pass.
Adam Theilen stepped up for an injured Diggs by catching 9 passes for 97 yards. Jerrick McKinnon and Latavius Murray combined for 31 carries and 97 yards on the ground. McKinnon added a touchdown in the 2nd Quarter.
Bret Hundley, after taking over for Rodgers threw for 157 yards and a touchdown. Hundley also threw three picks to Xavier Rhodes, Trae Waynes, and a one-handed interception by Harrison Smith.
With the win, the Vikings move into a tie for 1st place in the NFC North at 4-2.
NFC North Standings:
- Vikings 4-2
- Packers 4-2
- Lions 3-3
- Bears 2-4
The Vikings play the Ravens at home next Sunday, you can hear that game right here on our sister station AM1240 WJON.