Chart: Vikings-Packers rivalry
- December 1, 2012 - 6:04 PM
Edge Green Bay: The Packers have a 53-48-1 advantage after 102 games. They have won the past four meetings, and have a 28-23-1 home-field lead.
Last season: Green Bay beat the host Vikings 33-27 on Oct. 23 in Christian Ponder's first start at quarterback for the Vikings. Three weeks later, the Packers won 45-7 at Lambeau in a Monday night game for the most lopsided margin of victory by either team in the all-time series.
History: The Vikings have more division titles (18-11) and playoff appearances (26-17), but the Packers have won four Super Bowls and the Vikings have lost four.
This season: The Packers (7-4) and the Vikings (6-5) are chasing the Bears (8-3) in the NFC North.
In the playoffs: In their only postseason meeting, the Vikings won 31-17 after the 2004 season at Lambeau in the Randy Moss "moon" game.
OT games: The Vikings have a 4-1-1 advantage.
Aaron Rodgers vs. the Vikings: Nine games, eight starts, 5-3 record. 177 completions in 253 attempts, 2,189 yards, 19 touchdowns, three interceptions, 28 sacks, 116.5 quarterback ranking.
Adrian Peterson vs. the Packers: Ten games, 202 attempts, 1,033 yards, seven touchdowns.
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