Minnesota Vikings Battle to a 26-26 Tie Against Packers
GREEN BAY – No…the headline isn’t a typo, the Minnesota Vikings actually finished with a 26-26 tie against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field today.
The Vikings now have a hilarious 2-8-1 record this season.
Green Bay led off overtime with a field goal, Minnesota responded with a Blair Walsh field goal to make it 26-26. Both teams were unable to score again.
Christian Ponder had a steady performance for Minnesota, going 21/30 with 233 yards and a touchdown.
Adrian Peterson picked up 146 yards on the ground for the Vikings. Cordarrelle Patterson picked up eight receptions for 54 yards.
Matt Flynn made an epic return to the Packers in relief of Scott Tolzien. Flynn finished with 218 yards and a touchdown to bring the Packers back in the second half.
The Vikings return home next week for another NFC North match-up at noon against the Chicago Bears.