NFL predictions and preview for the Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers Dec 24, 2016
It is undeniable that Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings have made the world exciting with their biggest rivalries in the NFL throughout the seasons. In many yearly seasons, both teams have been known best for their intense rivalry. They have been maintaining the grudge for each and other, and it shows each time they play each other. Looking forward to special Christmas night event, The Packers are set to meet Vikings for the latest event for the rivalry.
This season is almost no different. Both team have their winning in from the first week. It was proven when Aaron rodgers lead his team to 2 -0 to the season. Vikings had their winning as well. In the Vikings side, Shaun Hill started under center. However, the team is expecting Sam Bradford as well. Vikings announced that he is a valuable member who would always be chosen as first-round pick.
Expecting the upcoming match between Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings, there are few things to look which will determine the result of the game. Injuries, as usual, behold the role of the game. However, players are steadily looking to prove themselves to their teams. They will try hard to be praised by their team and fans. Eddie Lacy is hard to be excluded from the name list.
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From the previous games, it is not exaggerating that Eddie Lacy is noted as the key. Well, we should remember what happened in the last 2 games. Every time Packers met with Vikings, Eddie Lacy name always showed up. It is because he made such great impact. This upcoming match is no different. He is going to receive many expectations. He will rush for at least 100 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Vikings will either play Hill or Bradford. Well, one or another way, they will likely to succeed their ways against a Packers defense. It is in one condition. They have enough playmakers across the field. And such condition must be filled by the team. They will throw at least 2 interceptions in the field. Packers, in the other side, will be delivering a lot of pressure. Will Green Bay win the game? Or else? Don't miss it!