It might not be as dramatic as last week, but that would be hard for Aaron Rodgers to pull off.
As it stands, the Packers quarterback has played sufficiently well, and the Packers lead the Vikings 17-7 at halftime.
Rodgers, wearing a brace on the left knee which was injured last week against the Bears, is 12-of-17 for 80 yards and a touchdown. The Packers are clearly trying to protect Rodgers with short, quick passes, and he’s made them efficiently. But we’re used to seeing him make plays, especially after last week’s comeback.