Rodgers, efficient Packers win one last time at Metrodome
MINNEAPOLIS - A ball-control offense, combined with a couple of explosive plays, propelled the Packers to a 44-31 win in Minnesota, the team's fourth straight win.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 285 yards and 2 touchdowns in an efficient performance, helping the Packers sustain long drives throughout the game. Rodgers' 11 yard touchdown pass to Jordy Nelson capped off a 14 play, 90 yard drive.
Rodgers found Nelson for a 76 yard score in the second quarter, and Micah Hyde returned a punt 93 yards for a touchdown just before halftime.
The game was very likely the Packers last in the Metrodome, as the Vikings are moving out of the stadium after this season. The Packers play the Bears on Monday Night Football next week.