The 11-5 Green Bay Packers host the 10-6 Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Wild Card game as it kicks off around at 8 p.m. ET. Check out the live stream we have available for this matchup.
The Packers lost to the Vikings in their last meeting as the two teams wrapped up the 2012 season against each other.
Adrian Peterson has a total of 409 rushing yards agains the Packers in two games this season. It can be easily said that he has owned them and he's the No. 1 rusher to keep an eye on this weekend.
The Vikings are not going into this game 100%. Though Christian Ponder is an average quarterback at best, he led the Vikings to the second worst passing offense in the league, which was balanced out by the possible MVP, Peterson who led the Vikings to the second best running offense in the league.
Ponder and his 2,935 passing yards and 18 touchdowns might be on the bench as the Vikings' 2012 starter continnues to have elbow issues. Though his numbers aren't stellar, the Vikings will probably not want to have Joe Webb, the backup QB out on the fireld in the playoffs, but it might happen.
As for the Packers, they will try to get deeper into the playoffs and they will depend on Aaron Rodgers and their bunch of receivers on offense while Clay Matthews is expected to hold it down on defense.
The Vikings' secondary allowed the eighth most yards in 2012, so this means Rodgers will have a pretty good passing game. This isn't a good sign for the road team as Rodgers and the Packers are the fifth highest scoring team in the league averaging 27 points per game.
The Packers' defense isn't amazing, but they will come up with stops.