Through 102 meetings, which includes one postseason game, the Packers hold a 53-48-1 advantage over the Vikings in the all-time series. Fans can bet on a back-and-forth contest when the teams meet. In fact, 15 of the last 19 regular-season meetings have been decided by seven points or less, the lone exceptions being the Packers’ 34-0 win at Lambeau Field in 2007, Minnesota’s 38-26 win at Green Bay in 2009, Green Bay’s 31-3 win at Minnesota in 2010 and the Packers’ 45-7 victory at Lambeau last season.
The Packers have swept the season series in four of six seasons under Head Coach Mike McCarthy (2006-07, 2010-11). Green Bay has won four straight against the Vikings, its longest streak since a five-game winning streak vs. Minnesota from 2006-08.
Green Bay’s 38-point win (45-7) over Minnesota last season in Week 10 was the largest margin of victory by either team in the history of the series.