By Nate LoCascio The (4-5-1) Green Bay Packers play at the (5-4-1) Minnesota Vikings Sunday night at 7:20 from U.S. Bank Stadium. Green Bay has played the last of four road games in a five-game stretch when they face the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night. It is the sixth straight season that the teams have met in a prime-time game. Green Bay has won five of the last eight games at Minnesota. Of the past 32 regular-season meetings between the teams, 21 of those games have been decided by seven points or less, including a tie in the first meeting this season in Week 2.
The Packers and Vikings have split the season series two of the past three years. The Packers have a 28-28 record in away games against the Vikings. It is the fourth time since 2010 that Green Bay will play at Minnesota in November, with the Packers winning the previous three (2010, 2014, 2015). Through 116 meetings, which includes two postseason contests (1-1), the Packers hold a 60-53-3 edge over the Vikings in the all-time series.
Green Bay has had five games decided by three points or less this season, with a record of 2-2-1 in those contests. The Packers have scored 22-plus points in eight of 10 games played this season, tied for the fifth-most in the NFL. Green Bay has scored 23-plus points in eight of their last nine road games they have played in the month of November. The Packers have played four prime-time games so far this season, defeating the Chicago Bears, 24-23, in Week 1 and the San Francisco 49ers, 33-30, in Week 6, and losing at the New England Patriots, 31-17, in Week 9 and at the Seattle Seahawks, 27-29, last week.