I Have a Dream- Packers 28 Vikings 24

I have a dream.

A dream that the Minnesota Vikings team comes to Lambeau Field and is dominated by the Green Bay Packers.

I have a dream that the Minnesota QB Brett Favre is greeted with boo’s for his final showdown at the not-yet-frozen tundra. My dream includes several interceptions that includes a “pick six”.

I have a dream that Aaron Rodgers has a great night.  A night with few errors, great accuracy, excellent decision making and no sacks.

I have a dream of few penalties and good officiating. I have a dream that the Packers are able to help the Vikings continue their road game losing streak.

I believe in the Green Bay Packers.  I believe in the players, I believe in the fans.

I have a dream that the Packers will once again lead the NFC North.

The game was, as always a nail-biter.  My stress level was high, my blood pressure, even higher.

It was probably one of the best football games I’ve seen all year.  But the best part, MY DREAM CAME TRUE!

The Packers beat Brett Favre and the Vikings in Lambeau.  This was a critical game, the Packers NEEDED this win.  Not just for their record, not just for the division, but also to get that monkey off of Rodgers’ back!

Rodgers ended the night with 21-34, 295 yds, 2 TDs, 2 INTs while Favre had 212 yds, 1 TD and 3 INT’s.

One of my favorite plays of the night was the fake field goal, Matt Flynn throwing to Quarless in the end zone, totally had the Vikes off guard.  Too bad the catch wasn’t made, but it was exciting to watch!  I can’t help think if that was James Jones or Donald Lee on that play, it would have been 6 points!

I’m one happy Packer fan tonight!  The NFC North division is starting to look a whole lot brighter.

Packers are 4-3, Bears are 4-3, Vikings are 2-4 and the Lions are 1-5.

My next dream is to beat the Vikings at the Metrodome on 11/21.

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