At least it's almost over.
The Green Bay Packers have scored again, after the Minnesota Vikings attempted to convert a fourth down and did not make the necessary yardage. As has been the case for most of the evening, the Packers' offense wasn't met with much resistance, and they went 59 yards in 11 plays for their latest touchdown. The recipient of this one was Jordy Nelson once again, his second of the evening coming from four yards away to extend the Green Bay lead to 38-7.
Christian Ponder and the Vikings are taking the field again, but this one is all but over. The offense just hasn't gotten much going this evening, with their only touchdown coming as a result of a Randall Cobb muff on a punt return and the Vikings had to go a mere 14 yards for the score.
With a little less than eleven minutes remaining in the game, the Minnesota Vikings trail the Green Bay Packers, 38-7.