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Week 2: VIKINGS (1-0) at Packers (1-0)

Last year, Kirk Cousins passed for 425 yds in Lambeau, how many will he throw for this time?  

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  1. 1. Last year, Kirk Cousins passed for 425 yds in Lambeau, how many will he throw for this time?

    • Less than 100 yds
    • 100-203 yds (Rodgers' total last week)
    • 204-275 yds
    • 276-325 yds
    • 326-400 yds
    • 400+ yds


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Game 2

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When:  1:00 PM EST September 15th

Where: Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI)

TV/Radio: FOX (TV), KFAN 100.3 (Radio)

Announcers: Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin

Coverage Map:  https://506sports.com/2019/02-FOX-E.png

Notable Injuries:

Vikings - Questionable: OG Pat Elflein (knee) CB Mark Fields (groin), LB Ben Gedeon (groin), Doubtful: CB Mike Hughes (knee), Out: CB Mackensie Alexander (elbow)

Packers - Questionable: OT David Bakhtiari (back), CB Ka'dar Hollman (neck), Doubtful: None, Out: LB Oren Burks (chest), WR Darrius Shepherd (hamstring)

Please keep all discussion about the game here.

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12 minutes ago, VikeManDan said:

Both teams coming off of big wins, should be a good one!

I guess you could say they were both big wins, but we know who certainly was more impressive in their win.  ;)

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I expect the exact opposite of last weeks (and last years) games. Lower scoring and Kirk will need to make some throws (and not turn the ball over) for the Vikings to win. Solid chance they do, but if they do it will be something like 17-14.

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Beat these guys please. Your defense looks back to form and with a run commitment you should control the clock and game. 

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Hard to tell where the Packers defense is (how good is the Bears offense?) but I am concerned as the Vikes passing game wasn’t challenged week 1. Might be a tough one to pull off, this is the Packers home opener. I’d circle this one as a loss but I’m optimistic. Should be a great game regardless. 

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All we need to do is force GB to go 3 & out every drive and for the Vikings to get 4 yards per play to win this game.

That simple, boys!

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I liked seeing Mattison flash some yesterday. It's nice to have a compliment that can spell Cook. The most intriguing battle this week will be Bradbury vs. Clark. If he can hold his own in this game I think they will be in good shape in most games the rest of the way.

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Our defense may not be on the level of Chicago's but I'd argue they aren't that far behind.

Our offense appears way ahead of where Chicago's was after one week of play. 

I could see Rodgers and their offense struggling to move the ball again while our offense should be able to move the ball. Hopefully we don't feel the need to throw the ball 45x like the Bears did.

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Will be interesting to see if Rodgers actually can hold back and throw the ball short and dump it off. It’s always there for him against us, he just doesn’t do it.

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Also going to be interesting in seeing if the Packers just attack the slot CB position, at this point I have no idea who that will be.

Kearse, Boyd, Fields, Epps....... BBC?

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9 minutes ago, gopherwrestler said:

Also going to be interesting in seeing if the Packers just attack the slot CB position, at this point I have no idea who that will be.

Kearse, Boyd, Fields, Epps....... BBC?

Hopefully Hughes, but only if he is 100%. He was practicing in a limited capacity last week.

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I heard the Packers eat babies.

We must stop them!

Also, I wish this game would be late like the Den/Oak game will be tonight because it would be past the Packers punter's bedtime.

SKOL!!

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1 hour ago, VikeManDan said:

Our defense may not be on the level of Chicago's but I'd argue they aren't that far behind.

Biggest difference we saw yesterday was we were forcing turnovers again

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