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Upon Monday, the Green Bay Packers see the division-rival Minnesota Vikings for your second time in 2019. Ted Glover of Daily Norseman kindly volunteered to predict the outcome of the video game.green bay packers t-shirts
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Minnesota still possesses an outside shot at the division name, but to get there they have to defeat Green bay to do it. Even though the Vikings play on the road has been a bit unequal, they're undefeated at home this year and am like that to continue. Let's go 24-17 Vikings in a close one, with all the O/U on dumb things Booger McFarland says set at twenty-seven. 5, and the number of unintentional telestrators. I'll take the over, to both.
We'd like to thank Ted. Make sure to check out the rest of our Q& A scheduled appointment with Daily Norseman from previously in the week as well as our Q& A session over there. As always, keep the internet machines tuned to Extremity Packing Company this Monday for the comprehensive game-day coverage of Packers versus Vikings.

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  • Week 16 Injury Report: Minnesota officially rules Dalvin Cook out

    by Evan “Tex” Western on December 22, 2019 at 1:15 am

    Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images It's now official – the star runner will not play on Monday. Mike Zimmer wasn't fooling anybody. After the Minnesota Vikings head coach tried earlier in the week to quell reports that running back Dalvin Cook was being shut down for the remainder of the regular season, the team made the expected decision on Saturday about his status. Indeed, Cook has been ruled out for Monday night's game against the Green Bay Packers. He ended up being unable to practice all week long, leading to his status on the injury report. Meanwhile, Cook's backup may end up making an appearance this week. Alexander Mattison missed practice on Thursday and Friday, but he was a limited participant on Saturday. That led to him carrying a questionable designation for the game. The Green Bay Packers, on the other hand, have just a single notable player with an injury status this week. That belongs to defensive end Dean Lowry, who is dealing with an ankle issue. Lowry practiced fully on Saturday after bring limited early in the week, but the team is evidently being cautious with him for Monday. If he would be unable to play, that would be a blow to the Packers' strength and depth on the defensive line. The one other Packer listed on the injury report is backup tackle Yosh Nijman, who is out. However, following the report's release, the Packers placed him on injured reserve. The team also signed a replacement off the New Orleans Saints' practice squad, adding fellow tackle John Leglue to the roster as a depth piece. Here are the reports for both teams. PACKERS INJURY REPORT OUT: OT Yosh Nijman (moved to IR) QUESTIONABLE: DL Dean Lowry VIKINGS INJURY REPORT OUT: RB Dalvin Cook QUESTIONABLE: RB Alexander Mattison

  • All around, the Packers made the right decision to stick with Mason Crosby

    by Shawn Wagner on December 21, 2019 at 7:15 pm

    Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images Green Bay’s training camp battle at kicker ultimately ended with the team keeping its veteran and the move has worked out in several ways. There was a moment during the 2018 season in which Mason Crosby’s future as a Green Bay Packer was second-guessed. A week five trip to Detroit was devastating for Crosby, who missed four of his five field goals that Sunday in addition to his lone extra point attempt. While he finished 21 of 22 the rest of the way, Crosby’s spot on the team still carried some doubt heading into his contract season of 2019. The Packers brought in Sam Ficken, a kicker with ties to Matt LaFleur in his previous stint with the Los Angeles Rams, and the battle went throughout camp. Ultimately, Green Bay decided to keep Crosby for his 13th season with the team and released Ficken on August 31. With just two remaining games in the 2019 season, that decision appears to have been a wise one. Crosby has made 16 of his 17 field goal attempts this season, while knocking home all 38 extra point attempts. He has not missed since a 45-yard field goal against Denver in the third week and has been solid despite the elements at home this season, including a perfect snowy outing versus the New York Giants. His field goal percentage of 94% ranks third in the league behind Josh Lambo and Justin Tucker, the other two kickers who have missed just one field goal in 2019. While Crosby may finish with the fewest field goal attempts of his career this season (his lowest was 19 in 2017), never has he finished with a percentage of 90% or higher. Ficken, on the other hand, has appeared in 13 games this season for the New York Jets, but has not been nearly as automatic. Although he has made all seven of his field goal attempts under 40 yards, he has been just 7-for-13 on longer attempts and has missed three of his 24 extra point opportunities. While Ficken did win the game for the Jets on a 44-yard field goal as time expired two weeks ago against Miami, he has not been as steadily reliable as Crosby. Another widely-speculated aspect of the kicking battle in training camp was that the loser would wind up on the roster of a divisional rival – Chicago or Minnesota. While neither team chose to sign Ficken, one could reasonably believe that the proven Crosby would have been a more tantalizing option on the open market. But after severing ties with Cody Parkey following his playoff misfortune last season, the Bears decided to move forward with Eddy Pineiro. Like Ficken, Pineiro has been up-and-down from 40 yards and beyond in 2019, but has improved since a mid-season slump. Still, his position on the Bears’ roster in 2020 is far from guaranteed. The Vikings have had much more luck with Dan Bailey, who has drilled 22 of his 24 field goals this season and was NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for the third time of the year last week. But the veteran Bailey has still missed four of his extra points. As the Packers enjoy the warm indoors of Minnesota this week, Crosby and Bailey will face off in a kicking duel. But as the regular season nears its conclusion, Green Bay has to be comfortable with its decision to retain Crosby’s services another year, especially when looking around the division and the results of his closest camp competitor.

  • NFL Week 16 Saturday Schedule: Can Rams help Packers’ home-field hopes again?

    by Evan “Tex” Western on December 21, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Photo by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images The Rams beat Seattle in week 14, then lost to clinch a playoff berth for Green Bay. A win over the 49ers would further benefit the Packers. Week 16 has arrived in the NFL, and with it comes the end of Thursday Night Football. Instead, the penultimate week of the regular season brings a trio of games on Saturday, and this year’s Saturday games are long on playoff intrigue. Each of the three games on this week’s schedule features at least one playoff team, with the second and third contests consisting of divisional matchups that will affect playoff seeding at the very least. Early on, NFL fans will get a matchup between the AFC South-leading Texans and the somewhat surprising Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Despite being out of the playoff hunt, Tampa has played well of late, winning four straight games thanks in large part to huge passing yardage numbers from Jameis Winston. However, Houston needs a win to clinch the South. In the late afternoon game, the Buffalo Bills have a chance to pull even with the New England Patriots and bring the AFC East down to the wire in week 17. Then in the late game, the Rams will need a win over the 49ers to keep their slim playoff hopes alive. Green Bay Packers fans should be cheering for the Rams hard on Saturday evening. The Packers still have a chance to win home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs if they win out, but they need help in the form of a loss by each of the 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks. With the 49ers having a tough matchup this week and the two teams playing one another in week 17 (quite possibly to decide the division), a 49ers loss to the Rams and then a San Francisco victory next week would do it if the Packers win both of their remaining games as well. Here’s the schedule for today’s games, and enjoy a bonus day of NFL football on this pre-holiday weekend. Houston Texans at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kickoff Time: 1:00 PM ETVenue: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FLCommentators: Rich Eisen, Nate Burleson, Joe Thomas, Melissa StarkTV Network: NFL NetworkStreaming: NFL.com/NFLNSpecial Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots Kickoff Time: 4:30 PM ETVenue: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MACommentators: Mike Tirico, Kurt Warner, Peter SchragerTV Network: NFL NetworkStreaming: NFL.com/NFLNSpecial Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers Kickoff Time: 1:00 PM ETVenue: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CACommentators: Kevin Burkhardt, Charles Davis, Pam OliverTV Network: NFL NetworkStreaming: NFL.com/NFLNSpecial

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