Winner: Aaron Jones
Aaron Jones is healthy and back to his best. After rushing for 127 yards at six yards per carry in last week's win over the Panthers, Jones had another dominant performance against the Vikings. He turned 20 carries into 120 yards, another game with six yards per attempt.
We've seen fewer opportunities for Jones in the passing game over the past two weeks, but it doesn't matter when he's generating so many explosive plays on the ground. If the Packers are going to make the playoffs and compete in January, Jones will play a starring role.
When he's at his best, Jones is a nightmare for opposing defenses and makes life easier for his teammates.
Winner: Joe Barry
New year, new Joe Barry?
Where has this version of the Packers' defense been? Barry had an aggressive game plan, and it worked. He wasn't afraid to bring pressure, and Barry even had Keisean Nixon blitz, resulting in a sack, something we don't see often.
Green Bay restricted Minnesota to 10 points, 211 yards, forced two turnovers, and made two fourth-down stops. The Packers made four sacks and generated pressure all night. This is how a defense should attack an inexperienced quarterback. The Vikings benched rookie Jaren Hall at halftime.