Vikings vs. Packers: Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Cold at Lambeau for Packers

January 6, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It was a crisp 29 degrees on the field when the Green Bay Packers welcomed the Minnesota Vikings for a rematch of their Week 17 game.
It got a lot colder for the Vikings the longer Joe Webb played—and I'm not talking weather.
The Vikings swapped out an ailing Christian Ponder for Webb at the very last minute and it was a move that blew up in their faces—with a little help from Clay Matthews, Sam Shields and B.J. Raji.
After a very well put together first series which saw Webb basically running a spread offense to great effect and barely throwing, the Vikings turned Webb into a pocket passer.
Or tried, because he couldn't do it. The Packers pressured him all night and Webb made a series of terrible decisions which got worse as the night went on.
While being sacked, Webb twice threw the ball randomly up in the air with no real direction. He sacked himself by tripping over Matthews. He fumbled the ball, which he held on to far too long all night. He th...

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