With the Vikings driving for what could have been a tying score, Brett Favre did what Brett Favre has done all year. . .absolutely kill a Minnesota drive with a turnover.
After Percy Harvin drove hard for a first down just after the two-minute warning, Favre attempted to go to Harvin on a slant, but the route got jumped by Tramon Williams, who made the interception. A 15-yard penalty on Greg Camarillo helped the Packers by placing them near midfield.
From there, the Packers shredded the Minnesota defense, and Rodgers concluded the drive with a 2-yard touchdown pass to James Jones to make the score 17-3.
The Minnesota Vikings are in big, big trouble.