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Packers rally for 23-14 win over Vikings

Posted by Vic Ketchman, packers.com editor on December 2, 2012 – 3:05 pm

GREEN BAY–The Packers rallied for a 23-14 win over the Minnesota Vikings and were awaiting the conclusion of the Seattle-Chicago game to know where they stand in the NFC North title race.

Minnesota held a 14-10 lead at halftime of today’s game at Lambeau Field, thanks to an 82-yard touchdown run by Adrian Peterson.

Two critical errors by Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder in the second half turned the game in the Packers’ favor. Morgan Burnett intercepted Ponder in the end zone when the Vikings had driven deep into Packers territory and were threatening to increase their lead, and then Burnett intercepted another Ponder pass when the Vikings had driven deep later in the third quarter. Both were unforced errors and followed long runs by Peterson.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers slowly chipped away at field position and the Vikings defense in the second half. The turning point of the game might’ve occurred during a timeout, when Coach Mike McCarthy changed his mind on a fourth-down play and marched Mason Crosby out for a long field goal attempt. Crosby, battling a slump that had seen him miss from 53 yards and bounce one off an upright and over the crossbar from 30 yards earlier in the game, sailed his kick over the crossbar from 47 to cut the Vikings’ lead to 14-13.

That play seemed to give the Packers an emotional lift. After a 22-yard touchdown run by James Starks gave the Packers a 20-14 advantage, the Packers moved into position for a 31-yard field goal by Crosby that clinched the win.

Peterson nearly broke a 56-year-old Packers opponents record. He rushed for 210 yards; the all-time record is 223. Peterson averaged 10 yards a carry.

It was the persistent threat Rodgers and the Packers’ passing game posed that was the deciding factor in the game. Rodgers threw for a hard-earned 286 yards. He welcomed the return of Greg Jennings (four catches for 46 yards) but lost Jordy Nelson to a hamstring injury.

Ponder completed 12 of 25 passes for 119 yards and a touchdown.

At 8-4, the Packers will host the Detroit Lions next Sunday before heading to Chicago for a showdown with the Bears on Dec. 16. The Bears were in overtime with the Seahawks on Sunday when the Packers game ended. The Bears were 8-3 and the Packers would move into a first place tie with the Bears should they lose to the Seahawks.

 

 

 

 

 


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58 Responses to “Packers rally for 23-14 win over Vikings”

  1. By Mike on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Whew! Waaay too close for comfort. Gb needs to replace Crosby but really where do we turn? This team is missing some serious leadership (Woodson) and we can’t get it back soon enough. Rodgers facial expressions had him looking like Cutler most of the game. If things don’t change soon it may be only a matter of time before faith is lost.

  2. By Mike on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    So how soon do we have to wait to cut Crosby?

  3. By mr knowitall on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Brett Favre would have scored at least 75 points today. Fire Rodgers!!

  4. By True_Grit on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Not soon enough. I’m getting tense when he’s kicking chip shots these days. He used to be Mr. Reliable but I’m expecting the worse every time he trots on the field anymore.

    I’d hate to see him cost us a significant game down the road.

    Btw, Where’s MrAccurate when you need a laugh? That’s right… Trolls disappear when their team makes them eat their own words. Enjoy that cellar with Detroit, Minny.

  5. By True_Grit on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    We didn’t need 75 points, twit.

    15 would have sufficed. Without AP, you have no offense to speak of.

  6. By Riley on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Good win for the Packers today, Bears just lost to Seattle in OT, so now we are tied in the division.

    I don’t think we should cut Crosby, he played bad early on, but he did make a good field goal to seal the game. He just needs to get his confidence back and he’ll be back to the Crosby we saw last season.

  7. By madtraveler on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    When can we get rid of Aikman and Buck? They don’t provide analysis…they’re so busy talking until they think of something to say. they need to go. Maybe to provide analysis for the Vikes or Detroit. They’re often wrong and then just talk themselves in a big circle without saying anything. What did we do to deserve them?

  8. By True_Grit on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Not to be a smarta**, Riley, but i like to think of us as not tied, being as even with the same record, we hold the tie breaker atm, which, in the standings, would put us ahead of chicago.

    As for Crosby… maybe you’re right, but again, would you feel the same way in a playoff game where he could potentially miss a game winner in waning seconds resulting in a loss?

    i know that’s a hypothetical situation, but until or unless he gets back on a roll, that’s my mindset with the guy anymore. I just don’t trust him like i used to.

  9. By cindy robinson on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    what a great come back greenbay happy 29th birthday Aaron rodgers what a great birthday present

  10. By Dan on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    yes yes i was not surprized at all that we one i wasent sure in the beginning though without us having clay mathews and all that but we still kicked but and thats all that matters and happy birthday to arron rogers 29th birthday

  11. By Jon on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Good thing the coaches make the decisions on players and not fans. Crosby is our guy and, since it looked like he got his confidence back on that last kick (he was all smiles), I bet he’ll be our guy for a long time.

  12. By Riley on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Yeah I know, I just forgot for a second that we beat them. We definitely have control of our division now, and the game against the Bears in 2 weeks will be really huge.

    As for Crosby, I see what your saying, but he hasn’t lost a game for us yet and sealed this game for us today. He just looks really unconfident out there to me. They should give him at least 2 more weeks to prove himself before cutting him I think.

  13. By Robert Ossig on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Shot my big mouth off a little to early today, was just frustrated how game was starting out. Good win today Pack, happy b-day AR. Bears/ Lions lost today. Guns Up !

  14. By True_Grit on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    I can agree with you on that, i suppose. It’s jut that the elements get worse from here on out so i’m concerned there.

    Besides, there is no guarantee that a better kicker is out there. We know what he can do… he just needs to find a way to get back to being that guy.

  15. By im fubared on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    1. Pack beat a team with zero passing game.
    2. Pack beat a team with no QB.
    and they barely won. Rogers is what I term shell shocked.
    On a KEY third down and one yard from the first down marker he throws a pass to a guy completely covered.
    I now think the we’ve seen the best of Rogers. He seems reluctant to run even though there are lanes open. I now heard from several analist that he holds the ball way to long and its not the O line its him, Clearly he is not on his game.
    The question I have is, is this the Rogers who other teams passed on or has he reverted to his old college days? Either way he is not the Rogers we know and love.

  16. By Roccosam on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Nice job by the defense in the second half, but then again it is Minnesota . Made the big plays when they had to, and Crosby’s fg to put us up by 9 was big. On now to the Lions, then Da Bears. Do need Matthews back though, absolutely no pas rush

  17. By Arturo on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Happy Birthday Mr. A-ROD, excellent game from Mexico we love the Green Bay PACKERS Go pack Go, We Win!!!!!!!!!!!

  18. By Leisuresuit on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Packers ability to run the ball effectively today, is what made this win possible. Without it, they wouldve gotten another whoopin!

    Packers play better in no huddle and a quicker tempo. I agree with others on here that AR is holding that dang ball way to long, and he is looking to the deep ball way to often, when he got guys open 5-10 yards down field.

  19. By CincyTom on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Mr. knowitall is an idiot- Fire Rodgers??????

    Happy birthday Aaron- nice job managing a difficult game. Not our best performance by a long shot but this is a huge win. The Packers are once again completely in control their own destiny. The question is-how will they handle it? We ran the ball effectively today and made some clutch plays but Aaron still got knocked around too much and the receivers weren’t getting open consistently. Nice to see Don Barclay step in a do a decent job backing up T.J.Lang.
    On defense I continue to be impressed by the play of our young secondary- House, Hayward played very well and we got some good pressures on Ponder but he was really off today. Poor tackling against good running backs(Peterson, Gore), poor pass protection and getting torched by great QBs (Manning, Brees) have been the Packer’s achilles heels this year. We need to get some of our starters back (Matthews, Woodson, Shields, Nelson)and continue to improve each week to win the division and be prepared for a deep playoff run. Congratulations Pack- let’s keep building the momentum!!

  20. By william burnell on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    hey packer fans, i loved the pack since the late 60′s.these teams were lucky to finish the season with 5 or 6 wins in the 70′s and heard the stories of other teams threatening to ship players to green bay. they were the joke of the nfl, let the injured players heal, we lost benson for the year, hope to get some balance on offense and see what happens. but we have a competitive team.with all the injuries we have a lot of young players filling in, they may not be great now,but in a year or two they will have the experiance to be future stars, just calm down and see what happens….go pack go

  21. By Mike Clute on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Great birthday present for AR and the rest of the team.
    Hopefully we can start to get back other key players and make a push for the NFC North title and see if we have the momentum to take us all of the way.

  22. By john on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    another tough win.

  23. By dominantdefenseplease on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Well, it looks like packernation can raise its head a little. Everyone said last week that since NY dominated, owned, b****slapped GB in every sense of the phrase, they would retaliate by thrashing MIN, a inferior team that’s struggling to find an identity. Take that NY! It’s like getting beat up by the neighborhood bully and then after feeling disgraced and in order to feel better, go beat up on the neighborhood kid with a disability. That’s real pride and dignity talking packer nation. What’s funny is that GB almost didn’t pull it out. Well congrats! GB is in charge of their destiny and it looks like they’ll have to face CHI, SF, NY, or SEA in the playoffs. They’re in the same boat that they’ve been in for the last 2 years. Nothing has changed. No one is playing better. The stats are in your favor this week, because the team you’ve played allows that. I hope you feel better about yourself, because it isn’t going to last. Why try for a super bowl if you can’t play like a champion. At least by losing, you can get a higher draft pick. As I was watching the game in the local pub, I heard displeasure when young, stupid plays were made, and why they could play better. It’s because as long as you surround yourself with youth, let your vets leave because you’re too cheap to pay them what they’re worth, you’ll have youth mistakes, without advancement. Congrats, again packer nation. You won today, but your team looks exactly the same. Young, green, leaderless, accident/mistake prone, can’t tackle at all, naive. You’ll get to the playoffs: one and done. Is it worth it?

  24. By NlGERlAGUEST on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Contrary to a popular misconception, fart noise is not generated by the flapping of the butt cheeks.

  25. By Aaron Neuser on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Well said, William Burnell, CincyTom, and Arturo from Mexico!..mr knowitall and im fubard. You two are retarded and shouldn’t leave comments. The Pack will get the division title and continue to fight for that first round bye. Looking forward for some revenge in the Playoffs! GO PACK GO!

  26. By Eric Cohen on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Key player of this game is Don Barclay.
    Sure Crosby made a nice FG, and Jennings is back.
    But the game starts at the line.

  27. By Jeff Schwartzbauer on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Solid game considering the injuries nicr to see 88 step up big time ! go pack

  28. By redandbon on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    dominant: What are you smoking?

  29. By Aaron Neuser on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    dominantdefenseplease.. wow no spirit, I hope you’re not a Packer fan. Would hate to have you on my side..and they will definitely not be a one and done team in the post season.

  30. By Jeff Schwartzbauer on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Mr knowitall AROD will bring us more superbowls then Mr Favre did .Loved Brett but Rogers is way better when its all said and done Brett will just be a memory

  31. By tom on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    You must be a brain dead bears fan.

  32. By dominantdefenseplease on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Actually, I’m a fan of consistent, dominant football, especially on defense. None of these descriptors fits green bay at all. I would like to say something positive about GB, if you can give me something. I’m smoking only the naive optimistic vibes I get from you folks. They’re hillarious!

  33. By Rick on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Dominant, so, the team suffers from having too much youth and you want them to tank it so they can draft more 21-year-olds that are surer bets to make the team. Gotcha.

  34. By mitch1996 on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    real fools on this site.

  35. By God-fearing Christian on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Awesome, Packers win.

    The Bears lost before and they’ll lose again. What’s with the lame trolls who go to Packers.com to whine? Get over it, chumps. The New York Giants suck and so do the trashy ‘tards who spam the Packers website.

  36. By Kevin on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    ******TROLL ALERT******

    dominantdefenseplease is troll.

    Do not feed the trolls…

    ******TROLL ALERT******

    As beat up as the Packers are, a win is a win. That is especially true in the division.

  37. By keweenaw packer on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Get rid of Aikman & Buck!!!! I am tired of listening to them on any Sunday.

  38. By dominantdefenseplease on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Well, they’re options are to get more youth or to get more youth, because of TT narrow-minded strategy of only drafting and not getting, I mean keeping proven veterans. I guess you could get lucky like 2 years ago. I would like them to keep their players, but TT won’t open his wallet when it’s time. By the way, Jennings played wonderful today, will he be there next year? Can that be justified? Foolishness is only a state of mind.

  39. By Camron on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Fire Rodgers? Fire Crosby? Get out of here with that nonsense. We don’t do that “quick fix” crap because it doesn’t work. Favre would have scored more points? Who needs more points? We won. Isn’t that what matters?

  40. By SeattAl on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    in relared news, Golden Tate continues his season long human highlite reel with yet another amazing game, including 4th quarter go ahead TD against the Bears, a definite PRO Bowl season.

  41. By Jeff Schwartzbauer on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    AMEN Camron

  42. By Scott 1956 on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    And Rodgers runs for his life again. Great O-Line play! And don’t say anything about injuries, they were horrible before Bulaga got hurt!

  43. By nr knowitall on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Believe me, I WAS ONE OF THE BEST QBS TO EVER PLAY THE GAME. Rodgers will never win a Superbowl. We need to started the dialogue between Mr FAVRE and Mr McCarthy. This is the only way to save this season!!

  44. By frey526 on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    This team will do nothing in the playoffs if we continue to play this way. Seems like they have no faith in themselves. They said Rogers held the ball to long and then we won the Super Bowl. Green Bay’s problems are the lines on both sides of the ball. We cannot protect our QB and we can’t get to the opposing teams QB. We also don’t have the bench that we had when players went down with injuries. I don’t expect much from this team, just hope that we can address the line problems in the draft and maybe, if we get lucky we get a power back that can take over a game. That would be a tremendous help to Rogers.

  45. By dominantdefenseplease on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    Packer nation:

    All of these comments are here for a reason. Whether it’s about the mediocre running game, lack of veteran experience, inconsistency, offensive line play in relationship to Rodgers health. These factors are going on right now! And if all you can say is, at least we’ve won, or we’ll fix it next time, or joke about it, nothing will change and all the hopes and expectations will be for nothing. So, who really cares here? The ones who can diagnose the problems, or the ones who praise poor practices. I guess we’ll find out!

  46. By smokin1256 on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    I fill the same way as you frey, WHEN players cant do there job week in and week out, its time to let them go ! First one to go needs to be NEW HOUSE, WORTHLESS!!!!!!! A new offensive and defensive line coach might help too. And for MM,he might want to get an offensive coordinator that can call plays! This 3-1 up the middle is a BIG JOKE!!! Tell me what the % is getting the 3rd down when we go up the middle ,PLEASE. With rogers taken a beating for no reason,why cant he try a QB sneak for the 1st down.The whole team seem to play with NO HEART,SPIRT,EMOTION AND LIKE BEING SUPER BOWL CHAMPS!! Let finsh this year playing like super bowl champs and who knows,maybe you see what it feels like AGAIN!!!

  47. By Firedomcapers!!! on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    I am a die hard fan, but I agree, they are horrible on both sides of the ball. Going into the playoffs they are just not built to handle aggressive teams such as new york or San Fran. Their o line is horrid, no run game, and sorry, but no D . How many years have they had to shore up the tackle position, yet nothing. Bulaga is overrated, if anything they are running better with him out of the line up. Sherrod is a bust, period. Where is Raji ? Anyone ? If there were a top 5 overrated player list, this guy has to be on it. Can anyone even remember the last time this guy has even been mentioned in a play, cause I can’t. What’s more upsetting is the fact they are going to waaaaaayyyy overpay him in the offseason, just as they did TJ Lang this year.. This team is cheap, invests nothing in free agency, and because of Aaron Rodgers they are a good enough team to make it in the playoffs, nothing more .

  48. By Smokeyjoe on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    A win is a win, is a win…..
    I just can’t get my head around how this team plays. No enthusiasim, aggression, or energy. Play calling seems to be marginal at best. It seems whoever is calling the plays believes deep down that this team can line up and over-power their opponent. Truth is they can’t. It has been proven time and time again. 3rd and 1, 3rd and 2, stuffed over and over on the line and can’t pick it up with the run. The o-line looks like 5 barrels of hair sitting on the field. The ball is snapped and they are bowled over again and again. Watching the d-line today was also painful. Why does it seem as though there is a giant bullseye painted on the chest of the opposing o-lineman and they all bury their heads into their chests. If someone wiffs their block it’s like they search out another blocker to run into. Who is teaching them their techniques? What is their technique?..ball snaps find a guy across from you and run directly into him? When I played our goal was how to beat your blocker and get off blocks to rush the passer. Tackling..we were taught to aim for their waist, wrap and drive them to the ground. I see dives at the ankles and high-technique. These guys are considered pro’s but cannot tackle correctly in TACKLE FOOTBALL! Someone needs to teach the o-line how to ATTACK the opponent, not step backwards to start every play. Teach the d-line how to avoid getting blocked and how to get off their blocks. Get a pee-wee coach over there and teach them how to tackle. Good win, but there is no way to expect a win over ny, chi, sf, or atl if they keep this kind of play up. It feels as though the players are shrugging off coaching and technique or the coaching is teaching poor technique. Oh well…they won….today…
    Yeah yeah I know negative Nellie, sorry I just can’t over look this.

  49. By ron on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    at Smokeyjoe, Firedomcapers, smokin1256 dominantdefenseplease.
    You guys do realize that TT, MM and Murphy constantly come here to the chat rooms to garner information on how to run a football team don’t you?(sarcasm) Listen to yourselves, fire so and so and replace him; replace him with who? fire TT and replace him with who? the former lions GM – massive fail. Former Cleveland GM former packer coach holmgren? He didn’t do so hot in Seattle or cleveland. fire MM and replace him with who? in the middle of the season where we stand at 8-4 and on top of our division? fire the entire offensive line who are now down a LT, RT and LG. By the way Starks and green had over 100 yds rushing with that patch work OL. Fire the entire defensive line, linebackers, & db’s. Heck fire the DC as well. bunch of bums, but before you do who do you replace them with and still stay under the cap?
    bozos. Yeah right, mail it in the rest of the year and we’ll still be picking draft picks in the middle rounds.

  50. By TheMan on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    Cry a river somewhere else Sally. P.S. You must not know what it feels like when your team wins a Super bowl. If your 15-1 or 9-7, it feels the same. ….Awesome! Titletown wishes you and your bitterness well.

  51. By Pack4ever12 on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    Big man talking on a blog about bs. Who is the dominant/superior team you like? They don’t exist anywhere but your mind. Say what you will about the Packers but the fact of the matter is that that are first in their division despite playing up to the level theyre accustomed to playing. People tend to ignore how many players they have been missing this year and I’m just saying that the fact they are 1st right now considering that is spectacular and it is making fans such as yourself miserable to the point where you have to visit blogs like this in an attempt to feel better. I’m guessing these are comments from a bitter bears fan who will visit here instead of reading about the loss the bears were dealt today. Spread your misery amongst your fellow fans instead of acting like a fool here.

  52. By Pack4ever12 on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    Well put, hard to ignore these fools at times. How ridiculous that they come to talk trash about the Packers after their team loses. I know of nobody besides bears/Viking fans who do this. Pathetic trolls, so very pathetic.

  53. By David Schwalm on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    You Packer fans have rose coloured glasses on in every game. Wake up and smell the coffee! The defence can’t tackle, the Offence can’t block, the QB holds on to the ball too long, the kicker has lost his accuracy and the one above average player is injured. I defy anybody to identify what they do well! IF they do manage to slip into the play-offs, they will be cannon fodder for their opponent.

  54. By Smokeyjoe on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    @Ron-
    I never said fire anyone. My point is They have GLARING FLAWS that for some reason the coaching staff has been either unable to fix or they ignore the problems I don’t know which. My frustration comes from the stubborness of MM. It seems as though he sets a gameplan and routine for the entire season ahead of time and at no point will they make any changes. It feels like they don’t work on their problems with the o-line. If they are working on it they need to either A.)Try a new tactics and teaching process or B.)Clean house on the o-line, put an ultimatum on the plate, Either improve or next year find another job, because at this point the only teams that will want them are desperate basement dwellers. The play calling seems to be different also. No quick slants or middle cross routes in the pass game like they had last year. It seems every pass route is go-deep against a deep cover-2 shell. That usually doesn’t work. Those quick slants and shallow cross routes work just like a run it forces them out of cover-2 and opens the deep ball. Finally get a person into the locker room to get them fired up for the game. They all look like they took a bottle of nyquil when they come onto the field. Thats all I’m saying. These seem to me to be their biggest flaws and thats all I’m pointing out. As for injuries, my old coach said it best, “You get hurt when you don’t play hard!”

  55. By mr knowitall on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    SmokeyJoe is right as he is smart. He played FOOTBALL with ME at DePere and he knows just how good I am at QUARTERBACK. Fire em all and BRING BACK FAVRE.

  56. By ron on Dec 4, 2012 | Reply

    what is the solution to your frustration with the play calling? the short slants is Jennings forte he’s been missing in action for 7 games and you could almost call him mia since KC of last year. MM is what he is. You expressed that change needs to happen. How does that change take place? Yes, I know you didn’t say fire the lot of them, but the implication was there.

  57. By ron on Dec 4, 2012 | Reply

    After the g-men’s loss, I looked at the standings. And playoff picture. Maybe a tad early but what the heck. I decided that there is a real possibility of getting a 1st round bye again as a 2nd seed. very good possibility of the the 9ers losing two ( seattle and NE) and the g-men are a game back. All we have to do is win out, which is also a very good possibility with the walking injured and not so walking injured coming back in a week or two for the stretch run. I’m feeling good.
    possible 2nd seed in the playoffs and we’re complaining

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