The quickest way to put a division loss far into the memory bank is to pick up a big win over another rival. The Vikings did just that Sunday, fending off the Packers 24-17 at U.S. Bank Stadium in a game that might not completely take away the sting of the Week 11 loss to the Bears but should provide plenty of momentum for the next two weeks on the road.

Adam Thielen, Kirk Cousins and Mike Zimmer addressed the victory late Sunday night, and Star Tribune Vikings reporters Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer offered their thoughts from the press box.

 

VideoVideo (13:32): Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer break down the Vikings' 24-17 win over the Packers, look at the state of the offense, and provide updates on Xavier Rhodes' hamstring injury.
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VideoVideo (03:39): In need of a win after their loss to Chicago, Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said he was planning on being aggressive against the Packers, which was a strategy that proved successful in their win over their division rivals.
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VideoVideo (04:31): Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins says the team's approach to playing the Packers was to make sure they didn't have any turnovers, as they have been a main factor in losses this season.
VideoVideo (05:07): Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen acknowledged the defensive effort after Sunday's win against Green Bay.

And just for fun, here's the end zone limbo celebration everyone was talking about after Dalvin Cook's early touchdown.