Yep, at least it's almost over.
The Minnesota Vikings are now even getting run over by the backups from the Green Bay Packers, as second-string quarterback Matt Flynn just moved the Packers downfield after coming in for Aaron Rodgers. On a third and short from the Minnesota 3-yard line, Flynn dropped back to pass and didn't see anyone open, so he just jogged into the end zone untouched for the touchdown. The drive went 66 yards in nine plays, taking 6:03 off of the clock as the Vikings' defense simply has no answer for anything that Green Bay does.
We're under five minutes remaining in Green Bay, and the Minnesota Vikings now trail the Green Bay Packers by a score of 44-7. We here at SB Nation Minnesota would like to thank all of you that have gotten your updates here through the course of the evening for your patronage. Really, it can only get better from here.