Vikings Are “Locked” To Beat Packers, According To ESPN Analyst


Vikings Are “Locked” To Beat Packers, According To ESPN Analyst

In this weekend’s matchup, the Green Bay Packers have a 2.5-point advantage over the Minnesota Vikings.

However, one ESPN analyst believes that the game’s outcome will be different.

During today’s episode of Get Up, when asked about the Packers’ and Vikings’ Week 11 matchup, NFL analyst Ryan Clark called Minnesota an “upset lock” to beat Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay squad.

“Are you on upset alert? Nah, this is an upset lock,” the former Pro-Bowl cornerback said.

“… The Minnesota Vikings are a better team than their record suggests.

“Kirk Cousins, Dalvin Cook, Justin Jefferson, Adam Thielen — this is one of the league’s few teams with two No. 1 quarterbacks.”

This defense can actually play well as well, with one wide receiver and an elite level running back.

The Minnesota Vikings should beat the Green Bay Packers, in my opinion.”

Aaron Rodgers may not be 100 percent for Sunday’s game due to a toe injury that has kept him out of practice all week.

Clark, however, would still pick the Vikings to win even if the reigning league MVP was fully healthy.

“It has nothing to do with Aaron Rodgers’ toe.”

“It’s all about the Minnesota Vikings and what kind of team they could be,” he explained.

“… I see the Minnesota Vikings as a team that has the potential to improve as the season progresses, to become a playoff team, and to make a splash.”

“This week could be the start of it against a division rival.”

At 1 p.m., the Vikings (4-5) will face the Packers (8-2) at US Bank Stadium.

Sunday at 5:00 p.m. ET

The Vikings have a “lock” on defeating the Packers, according to an ESPN analyst.

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ESPN Analyst: Vikings Are “Lock” To Defeat Packers

ESPN Analyst: Vikings Are “Lock” To Defeat Packers

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