For the Minnesota Vikings, it's deja vu all over again.
This week they have another important road game against a another division rival coming off another embarrassing loss on national TV.
Against the Bears, the Vikings were hoping to avenge a 39-10 loss from their previous visit to Chicago—they failed. Now they travel to Green Bay, where they suffered their worst loss in 2011—a 45-7 defeat with Aaron Rodgers throwing four touchdowns and backup Matt Flynn getting into the action with another touchdown pass.
If the Vikings hope to break the whole history repeating itself and prevent another blowout loss, they will need to put together a complete game like the one they played against the 49ers in Week 3.
Here are the keys to the game for the Vikings when they face the Packers in Green Bay on Sunday.