Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Packers Versus Vikings At The Metrodome | Packers Tickets For Road Games

Packers Versus Vikings
It’s that time again. That’s right, you guessed it. It’s the Packers versus Vikings week, part one. It’s the time of year when common friends in the States of Minnesota and Wisconsin often become enemies. It’s that time of year when Vikings fans list their reasons for why they might not like Packers fans, and Packers fans remember all of the reasons they have the same feelings for Vikings fans. This season, game one is played in the bubble-top barnyard known as the Metrodome.

The Vikings are coming off an embarrassing Monday Night Football performance in the Meadowlands against the New York Giants. Both teams seemed to lack any type of drive or desire.
But enough of that. It’s back to the task at hand. My first question is how will the Packers handle the absences of Randall Cobb and Jermichael Finley? On Sunday, the Packers played without James Jones and Randall Cobb, and then Jarrett Boykin responded with the game of his life. As I watched that game, I noticed that Jarrett Boykin learned to use what he has to his advantage.  I’m talking about strength and size. On that last touchdown, Boykin didn’t try to go around the corner back; he went right at him at goal line and stretched across the end zone for the touchdown. But now, Jermichael Finley might be done for the season and his career may be over. On top of that, the Packers will not have Cobb until December. The good news is James Jones will probably return this week.

My other question is how Eddie Lacy will respond in such a tough environment. Lacy has had a great start to his NFL career. In fact, right now, I would say Lacy is the MVP of the Packers. But he hasn’t played in a threatening place like the Metrodome. Yes the Vikings may be a bad team this year. They may be coming off an embarrassing performance, and yes they may have the most unstable quarterback position in the league, but when the Packers come to town, that building comes alive with some of the loudest fans in the NFL. How will Lacy respond to the situation? Yes it is true in these divisional games the record books get thrown out. Despite the injuries, I expect another Packers win. Final Score: 34-20 Packers.  

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