Lombardiave’s Dan Dahlke talks Packers vs. Vikings on The Viking Age

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Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields intercepts a pass intended for Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Devin Aromashodu (19) during the 3rd quarter of the NFC Wild Card playoff game at Lambeau Field in 2012. Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports photograph

Lombardiave.com’s own Dan Dahlke sat down this week with Adam Carlson, the co-editor over at The Viking Age, our FanSided sister site, to talk about how we see this weekend’s Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings tilt.

Dan is one of Lombardiave’s most prolific writers, if you haven’t already noticed, as well as an astute student of the Green Bay Packers. His insight into what’s happening with the Packers on and off the field have filled lombardiave.com’s pages with great stories and views that you won’t find anywhere else on the interweb. Just do a search for Dan’s name and you’ll come up with a plethora of great information about the Pack.

But to get back to Dan’s most recent sit-down with The Viking Age, he answers five questions posed by the Vikings writers.

Dahlke talks about how Aaron Rodgers will perform against the suspect Vikings secondary; he dives into a discussion about the Packers offensive line and how they will handle the Vikings’ pass rush; Dahlke speculates on how the Vikings quarterback position will play into the final outcome of this weekend’s game; he considers Adrian Peterson and how he will match up against he much-improved Packers run defense; and finally, Dahlke provides his prediction on how this game turns out … you have to read his answer … I won’t give it away.

So, take a swing on over to The Viking Age, you might find interest in what they’re writing, not only about this weekend’s game, but it’s a great site to keep up on the Vikings news.

Or scroll down for an easy and quick look at Dahlke’s answers ..

Five Questions With Lombardi Ave

Recently, I had the opportunity to have a question and answer session with Dan Dahlke of Lombardi Ave. Lombardi Ave is one of the best Green Bay Packers sites for information and part of the Fansided network. Dan lived most of his life in Wisconsin and grew up a Packers fan. He graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelors degree in English. He is an aspiring writer and avid sports fan.

Here are the five questions I asked Dan: