Packers Prediction: Green Bay Will Remain Unbeaten Monday Night

For those of you keeping score at home, counting the final two games last season, the Green Bay Packers have won their last 10 regular season games. This is one shy of tying the team record.

The last time the Packers faced the Minnesota Vikings (Oct. 23rd), they nearly ended that win streak with the Vikings leading at the half and being within a touchdown at the end due, largely, to some spectacular play from rookie Christian Ponder.

Going into this game, the Vikings once again pose a threat. The Packers are still the better team talent wise. But the Vikings are coming off their bye week and will have the advantage of an extra week’s rest and preparation. That, along with the recent struggles from the Packers defense, could make it a long game for Green Bay.

In fact, much like the first game, I think this is going to be a shootout with the Vikings holding the lead at times. However, because the Packers do have much more overall talent (starting with quarterback Aaron Rodgers), I still think they will come out on top. The Vikings will keep it close. But, it won’t be enough.

Packers 42- Vikings 37

Other Predictions:

The Oakland Raiders will beat the San Diego Chargers

The Philadelphia Eagles will beat the Arizona Cardinals

The Tennessee Titans will beat the Carolina Panthers

The Houston Texans will beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Miami Dolphins will beat the Washington Redskins

The Jacksonville Jaguars will beat the Indianapolis Colts

The Kansas City Chiefs will beat the Denver Broncos

The Dallas Cowboys will beat the Buffalo Bills

The New Orleans Saints will beat the Atlanta Falcons

The St. Louis Rams will beat the Cleveland Browns

The Pittsburgh Steelers will beat the Cincinnati Bengals

The Baltimore Ravens will beat the Seattle Seahawks

The New York Giants will beat the San Francisco 49ers

The Chicago Bears will beat the Detroit Lions

The New York Jets will beat the New England Patriots

My Overall Record: 87-42 (.674)

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