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Minnesota Vikings @ Green Bay Packers: NFC North rivalry kicks off Sunday’s NFLPCMAX

2019年11月21日 category : 未分類 

Sunday’s Week Two games Start with the Green Bay Packers hosting the Minnesota Vikingslive on Sky Sports Action.

This is what to expect…
Minnesota (1-0) won 28-12 at a fascinating match at home to Atlanta. Kirk Cousins threw just 10 moves in that game (eight completions, 98 yards, one touchdown and no picks), 10 supporting the next-lowest starters (Lamar Jackson and Russell Wilson). 10 players drove over 40 passes a week!
It was a result of a terrific ground game (Dalvin Cook had 111 yards on 21 carries) and a ferocious defensive operation (2 interceptions and a fumble recovery). The Vikings D looked back to its 2017 ways.
Talking of excellent defense, following their operation against the Bears at the season opener, the Packers (1-0) position in the top five in total, scoring, rushing, third-down and red zone protection and are tied for second in sacks.
The offense ranks near the base of each category. Will they fare better at home against the Vikings when they did from this past year on the road against the league’s greatest D?
Dalvin Cook is the essential person for Minnesota, at least once game one. In their first week out, he had been the gap to the Vikings Following a tough, injury-filled start to his profession, scoring two touchdowns and totalling 120 yards.
How well will he do against a Green Bay D that held Mike Davis and David Montgomery to 19 and 18 yards, respectively, last week?
For the Packers, who will emerge as the following target behind Davante Adams? Marquez Valdes-Scantling had a game-changing 47-yard catch against the Bears, however, he is unproven in his second year. Because linking Green Bay in the beginning of last season jimmy Graham scored the only touchdown of the game, but has topped 100 yards once.
Jake Kumerow? Geronimo Allison? Trevor Davis? Aaron Rodgers needs playmakers to throw to.
The Packers haven’t won this fixture in the last four (0-3-1), even though they may feel they ought to have won the very first meeting this past year, a 29-29 tie at Lambeau Field in this fixture ended 29-29.
Green Bay grew up 22 points from the fourth quarter and Mason Crosby missed a field goal as time expired in regular time.
Defense – and more especially both sides defensive line – will be crucial.
Both teams are high five sacks after Week One, and the two boast pass rushes which could interfere with the opposing quarterbacks. Which team will have the success becoming following the QB?

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