Kyle Rudolph's Arm is Not Enough to Pull the Packers Over the Vikings, 22-28

Sun, Nov 1, 2020 | Rob Otto


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2020-11-01 -- The Packers stumble against the visiting Vikings in a 22-28 loss.

With Dalvin Cook from the backfield, the Vikings scored 28 points on the road. Vikings quarterback, Kyle Rudolph, threw for 0 touchdowns on 0 pass attempts with 0 competitions for 0 yards, and 0 interceptions. Dalvin Cook caught for 1 touchdown against the Packers secondary on 2 attempts for 63 yards. Dalvin Cook rushed for 3 touchdowns against the Packers defense on 30 attempts for 163 yards. The Vikings rushed against the Packers defense on 34 attempts for 173 yards. The visiting team gave up a total of 36 yards on 7 penalties.

Led by Equanimeous St. Brown from behind the center, the Packers scored 22 points at home. Packers quarterback, Equanimeous St. Brown, threw 0 competitions on 0 attempts against the Vikings with 0 interceptions for a total of 0 yards and 0 passing touchdowns. Robert Tonyan caught for 79 yards on 5 receptions with 0 touchdowns. Jamaal Williams ran for 0 touchdowns against the Vikings with 16 rush attempts for 75 yards. The Packers rushed for a total of 109 yards on 24 attempts. The Packers had a total of 400 yards against the Vikings with 24 first downs and possession time of 32:12.

Posted at Sun, November 1, 2020 21:31:44 UTC