The quarterback position is where the Packers and Vikings have had completely different approaches since 1992.
The Packers have only had four starting quarterbacks since then. Don Majkowski, Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers and Matt Flynn.
Favre (253 starts) and Rodgers (73 starts) got the bulks of those games, as Majkowski only started three games in 1992 before injuring his ankle, while Flynn started two games, one because of a concussion suffered by Rodgers and the other because Rodgers was being rested for the playoffs.
Meanwhile, the Vikings have used a whopping 13 different starters at quarterback since 1992. It started with Rich Gannon, then continued with Sean Salisbury, Jim McMahon (who later served as Favre's back up in Green Bay in 1995 and 1996), Warren Moon, Brad Johnson, Randall Cunningham, Jeff George, Daunte Culpepper, Tavaris Jackson, Gus Frerotte, Brett Favre, Donovan McNabb and Christian Ponder.
The big elephant in the room was when Favre decided to play for the Vikings in 2009. This was after he and the Packers had a messy divorce in the summer of 2008, when Green Bay traded Favre to the New York Jets and made Rodgers their starting quarterback.
Favre and the Vikings swept Rodgers and the Packers in the 2009 season on their way to the NFC Championship Game, a contest which they lost in overtime. A late Favre interception cost the Vikings a chance to kick a field goal and win the game against the New Orleans Saints.
In 2010, it was Rodgers and the Packers who swept Favre and the Vikings on their way to a win in Super Bowl XLV.