Nfl Scores Week 7

October 25, 2010 by staff 

Nfl Scores Week 7, Minnesota Vikings against the Green Bay Packers NFL Scores and live coverage by NBC – Minnesota Vikings safety Husain Abdullah will not play against the Packers in Green Bay on Sunday night because of a concussion. Live from Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, a game between the Vikings vs. Packers will start at exactly 8:20 a.m. ET.

Minnesota restored some confidence with the last Sunday in 24-21 victory in Dallas, but now must travel to Green Bay, where most fans will probably harass Favre as they did in his first trip last November.

Attack of the Vikings managed only 188 yards of total attack of this victory, although the team was bailed out by some big plays including a punt return of 95 yards for a touchdown by Percy Harvin to start the second half.

On the other hand, Green Bay Packers defensive backs Al Harris and Atari Bigby, who has practiced this week after being placed on not physically perform list to start the season, will not be activated for the showdown Packers NFC North with the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

The Packers, who had eight starters injured in last Sunday’s 23-20 losses to Miami, hope to have cornerback Al Harris (left knee) and safety Atari Bigby (ankle) on the ground for the first time this season.

The Packers, who went after losing 7-2 to Favre for the second time last year and found themselves in 2009 installment of the playoffs with the Vikings are no longer in the shadows of Minnesota.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers bounced back from its losses in head-to-head two to Favre, ending the ’09 season with 30 touchdowns passes, seven interceptions and Pro Bowl appearance.

With the history of the game, Green Bay leads the series in the regular season of all time with Minnesota, which dates back to the 1961 season, 49-47-1, but as mentioned has been swept by the Vikings last year the first time since 2005.

What do you think will win the final game of Week 7 of the 2010 NFL season? The Minnesota Vikings vs Green Bay Packers game will have live coverage on NBC on that date and exact time. Please stay tune here for more updates of the game especially the match results and live scores.

UPDATES OF THE GAME: Packers is the leader against the Vikings at the end of the third round of the quarter (28-24).

Randy Moss 4 yd pass from Brett Favre (Ryan Longwell kick is good), Bishop Desmond 32 Yard Interception Return (Mason Crosby kick is good), Greg Jennings 14-yard passes from Aaron Rodgers (Mason Crosby kick is good).

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