The Green Bay Packers are pulling away from Minnesota Vikings and don't appear to be slowing down at all. The Packers scoring drive started off with a pass interference penalty and nearly ended when Aaron Rodgers was sacked on third down. Thanks to an illegal hands to the face penalty however, the Packers drive was kept alive. On the arm of Rodgers and the legs of James Starks, the Packers rolled right down the football field. On second down from the Vikings 4-yard line, it looked like the Vikings would force the Packers into a third down, but Rodgers rolled to his right and found Jordy Nelson in the back of the endzone for his second touchdown of the night to put the game well out of reach, 38-7.
The Packers are clearly students of Cobra Kai, as they show no mercy. Sweep the Vikings.