On November 21, 2021, Green Bay has a chance to even the All-Time Series record between the Packers and Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium. The all-time series at the Bank started lopsided in Minnesota’s favor but has taken a 180 degree turn the last few years.
2016 – 2018
Prior to Matt Lafleur taking over as Head Coach In 2019, Green Bay had been winless at the Bank (0-3).
2016: The first loss came on opening night for U.S. Bank Stadium on September 18th, 2016. The Packers came up short 17-14 in that contest.
2017: The very next year presented a game Packers fans will never forget, October 15th, 2017. “Coincidentally,” this is also the day many Vikings fans still celebrate to this day. Anthony Barr’s hit on Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone and essentially derailed Green Bay’s entire season. The final from that one was 23-10 in Minnesota’s favor.
2018: Green Bay’s last loss at U.S. Bank Stadium was a 24-17 loss that blessed us with Dalvin Cook’s “Limbo” celebration.
2019 – Present
2019: The day Aaron Jones clapped back at Anthony Barr’s “the lights are too bright” comment by accounting for 160 total yards and 2 TDs. The final was 23-10 and improved Green Bay’s record to 12-3 on December 23rd, 2019.
2020: Green Bay’s most recent win was an absolute clinic by Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams. Aaron Rodgers thew for 364 yards, 4 TDs, and Davante Adams had 14 receptions for 156 yards and 2 TDs. Green Bay won 43 to 34, although it really wasn’t that close, and started Green Bay’s season off 1-0.
November 21st, 2021:
Green Bay (8-2) is currently sitting at a 2-3 record at U.S. Bank Stadium since it was opened in 2016. Minnesota (4-5) is coming off a West Coast win against the Chargers and is playing confidently. This game could essentially end the race for the NFC North (yes, this early) if Green Bay can pull out the win.