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Green Bay Packers 7, Minnesota Vikings 0 - Packers Make It Look Too Easy

The Packers took their second possession and marched down the field with little resistance from Minnesota, because the guy the Packers were targeting can’t stay on his feet long enough to cover anybody.

Vikings’ rookie cornerback Chris Cook was victimized twice because he slipped and fell on the slick Lambeau Field turf on both plays. The first one was a 24-yarder to Greg Jennings, and the second was a 45-yarder to James Jones that put the Packers on the 1-yard line. Brandon Jackson found himself in the end zone on the very next play.

With 5:07 left in the first quarter, the Vikings trail the Packers by a score of 7-0. Percy Harvin just responded with a HUGE kickoff return into Packer territory to give the Vikings a chance to respond.

Photographs by Micah Taylor, clairity, and Fibonacci Blue used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.