The Green Bay Packers haven’t won in over a month. September 24th’s comeback over the New Orleans Saints was the last time they finished a game feeling good. They hope to avoid running their losing streak to four straight games when they host the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
The Vikings started the season losing three straight games of their own, but have come roaring back, winning three of their last four. The Detroit Lions are on top of the division at 5-2, but Minnesota can creep closer with a victory over the Packers.
Green Bay whooped the Vikings the last time these two teams met last season. It was a game where everything went right for the Packers as they crept closer to a playoff spot toward the end of the year.
Here are five key ways the Green Bay Packers can snap their three-game losing streak and defeat the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
However, a lot has changed since then. Justin Jefferson isn’t playing on Sunday, and rookie Jordan Addison has stepped up as their lead receiver. Aaron Rodgers is obviously no longer in the green and gold, and Jordan Love has taken over as the head honcho. If Green Bay wants to stop their losing streak, they must accomplish these five key tasks.