When Packers lose, Vikings lose, and Packers win, the Packers are a joke

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By Kyle Meinke – 2:19 p.m.

EDT March 10, 2019A lot of things are happening at the same time for the Green Bay Packers this weekend, but the most important is the team is undefeated.

A victory would mean a spot in the playoffs for the first time since 2006.

It would also allow the Packers to lock up a Super Bowl spot for the sixth time in nine seasons, a feat they have not achieved since 2006 when they were 11-3 and went on to win the title.

The Vikings and Cleveland Browns have clinched the AFC North and NFC North spots.

The NFC North is a division where the Packers would likely have a better chance of advancing to the Super Bowl than the AFC West, but both have had disappointing finishes to the regular season.

The Packers have had a strong year in the NFC, but their record of 0-6 is a huge reason why.

They’re currently two games behind the Saints and the Rams in the race for the NFC North, and it’s hard to see them improving on their current win total until they clinch the division and take the NFC crown.

But they’re not the only team that’s done a good job in the early stages of the season.

The Minnesota Vikings are a very good team with a lot of potential and a lot to prove.

A win in Minnesota could help the Packers get a shot at the postseason, but it wouldn’t be the end of the world.

The Packers would still need to win at least one game in the division to get in.

That’s unlikely, but there is always a chance.

Here are five things we learned from the weekend’s games.1.

The Vikings have a lot more to prove than the Packers in the late stages of their season.

It would be great if they could lock up the division crown, but they’ve been inconsistent on the defensive side of the ball and have only a .400 winning percentage in their last three games.

They’ve been terrible in the fourth quarter, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t capable of getting out of it.

The offensive line has had some trouble getting to the quarterback, which has hurt the Packers’ passing attack.

Minnesota has allowed the second-most points per game in football to opposing quarterbacks, according to ESPN Stats & Info, and has given up the fourth-most yards per game to opposing passers.

This was a huge blow to the offense when they faced the Packers last year, but this is a different kind of situation.

This is a team that can score points on defense.

They have a great run defense, which gives them the ability to cover and block for their quarterbacks.

That could be a big issue for the Packers if they lose Sunday.2.

They don’t have much of a running game.

The running game was one of the biggest problems for the Vikings last season.

Minnesota allowed an average of 9.7 yards per carry and only averaged two yards per rush.

This season, the Vikings have allowed the third-fewest rushing yards per play (3.7) in the league.

The only team with worse yards per attempt is the Falcons.

The running game could be the key to this game.

Green Bay has been very good at stopping the run, but if they can’t score early on in this game, they’ll be vulnerable to the run game in general.

The Bears have done a great job of shutting down the run in the first two games.

The team is also without Jared Cook, who is still nursing a foot injury.

Cook was out of the lineup for two weeks last year because of a foot ailment and was a major reason the Packers struggled to get off the field in the second half.

They finished with a minus-23 rushing defense rating.2a.

The Browns have been solid at home.

Cleveland has the fourth best defense in the NFL.

It is also the team with the worst scoring differential at plus-4.8 points per contest.

The defense is also second in the conference with just 17.4 points per play allowed, per ESPN Stats.3.

The Bengals are a team with some problems.

The Bengals have been one of those teams that have been getting beaten badly at home, but Cincinnati’s struggles have been the biggest issue for them.

They are 7-3-1 on the road, which is good for fifth in the AFC South.

But they have given up seven or more points in four of their last five games.

In all of those losses, the Bengals have scored just one touchdown.

That was a season-high five points against the Texans, but in Week 5, the defense gave up a game-tying score in the end zone with one second left.3a.

A couple of good games could help.

In Week 2 against the Bears, Cincinnati was dominant in the red zone, and they took advantage of some poor decisions by the Bears’ quarterback to score a