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Associated Press Green Bay running back Eddie Lacy (27) celebrates his touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings in the second half on Sunday at the Metrodome in Minneapolis.

Mr. Rodgers’ neighborhood: Packers top Vikings 44-31


MINNEAPOLIS — The Green Bay Packers proved they found their way, while the Minnesota Vikings remain lost.

In a game far more one-sided than the score would indicate, the Packers rolled to a 44-31 win over the Vikings at Mall of America Field on Sunday night.

Green Bay (5-2) scored on each of its first eight possessions — five touchdowns, three field goals — before quarterback Aaron Rodgers took a knee twice to end the game.

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