Minneapolis, MN — The Green Bay Packers were looking to continue their undefeated season with a win against the Minnesota Vikings, but those plans were thrown out when all was set and done in Minneapolis.
Down by 7 and 61 seconds left in the game, the Packers were looking for a big stop on 3rd and 1. However, the big play ended up comings from the league’s leading rusher, Adrian Peterson. Peterson took a toss play from his QB Teddy Bridgewater to the right and took it 42 yards for a touchdown. The Packers would go on to score in the final seconds of the game, but thanks to Peterson’s touchdown, the Vikings would walk away with the 24-31 win.