NFL Wild Card Weekend: Vikings vs. Packers Live
The Vikings scratch QB Christian Ponder from the lineup at the last minute and are forced to start Joe Webb, who couldn't ignite the Minnesota offense. The Packers roll 24-10 in the NFC Wild Card showdown and will face the San Francisco 49ers next week.
The Packers beat the Vikings 24-10 and advance to face the 49ers next weekend.
Aaron Rodgers did great job of spreading the ball around tonight.
Sorry. Rogers should not be getting sacked now. There is no play right now worth the risk. No reason. No excuse.— Ralph Cindrich (@RalphCindrich) January 6, 2013
We have reached the two-minute warning and the Vikings have no timeouts left.
so no onside kick? At least try would ya? Or else just give up like you did...— Nick Peters (@NickPetersMN) January 6, 2013
Not huge numbers for either star tonight.
Even Joe Webb could make that throw.— Jason Wilde (@jasonjwilde) January 6, 2013
Michael Jenkins scores on Joe Webb's 50-yard pass to give the Vikings their first TD of the game.
The Packers punt and the Vikings start on their 34 with 4:10 left.
Aaron Rodgers is sacked by Christian Ballard to bring up 4th-and-21. No idea why he's still playing.
Kidding aside, Joe Webb was put in a nearly impossible position tonight.Way too big a stage, and it showed.— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) January 6, 2013
Joe Webb's passer rating was 23.1 after three quarters. He's 0 for 4 since then. So I think it's gone down.— Gregg Doyel (@GreggDoyelCBS) January 6, 2013
Joe Webb's pass on 4th & 4 is broken up by Tramon Williams. The Packers take over on downs with 6:24 left.
Despite being down 3 touchdowns, Adrian Peterson remains a BEAST!!— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) January 6, 2013
Following the Packers punt, the Vikings will start at their 22-yard line.
Joe Webb has failed to complete any of his 8 passes thrown at least 15 yards downfield, with 7 off-target incompletions.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 6, 2013
The Packers take over at their 32.
I imagine Lovie Smith is sitting somewhere, shaking his head, wondering why the Packers couldn't do this last week.— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) January 6, 2013
Oh yay, a whole week of hearing how the 49ers blew the 2005 draft again is upcoming.— Melissa Jacobs (@thefootballgirl) January 6, 2013
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