Packernation Poll: You Make the Call

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IMG_1757.JPGWith the beyond the last second win over the Lions, the Packers closed out a difficult Sunday-Thursday-Thursday run. Today they will be no doubt paying attention to the way the rest of the week 13 matchups. First and foremost on that list is the Vikings versus the Seahawks in a game played in Minnesota. 

Vikings

The Vikings look to move to 9-3 and maintain their one game lead on the Packers in the NFC North. This is particularly important to them since the Packers own the tie breaker at this time. With the final game of the season at Lambeau, the Vikings look to keep the all-important lead.

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The Vikings’ hopes stand and fall on a solid defense and the resurgent Adrian Peterson. But with the lack of a passing game on offense and some key injuries on defense, there may be an opening for a Seattle team that seems to be getting hot at the right time.

Seahawks

The Seahawks, on the other hand, have every reason to want this win as well. The NFC West is not yet out of reach and the second wildcard slot is theirs to keep for another week with a win.

Russell Wilson has been coming on strong and the Seahawks seem to be hitting their stride even without Marshawn Lynch. But can they get it done against the Vikings without the “12th man”?

Take the poll below to let Packernation who you think will win this game. Packers fans could perhaps be torn on this one and will likely be less “rooting for” one team than “rooting against” the other. What say you Packernation?

 


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Mike Davidsen

Mike Davidsen grew up in the north suburbs of Chicago and graduated from Indiana University with a degree in Finance. Mike joined GPN in May 2010.

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