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First-quarter summary: Vikings 10, Packers 0

Dec. 30, 2012
 

Vikings 10, Packers 0
Adrian Peterson, 7-yard run (Walsh kick), 5:50.
Keys: Mike McCarthy won a challenge on a first-down sack by Clay Matthews of Christian Ponder that went for a loss of seven after initially being ruled an incomplete pass, but missed tackles plagued the Packers on the drive. On third-and-12, Casey Hayward whiffed on a tackle during a Toby Gerhart screen pass that went for 21 yards. From the Packersí 40, Minnesota ran four straight times with Peterson, including a 22-yard gain to get inside the Green Bay 10.
Drive: 7 plays, 60 yards, 3:20.

Vikings 3, Packers 0
Blair Walsh, 54-yard field goal, 10:47.
Keys: The Packers stopped Adrian Peterson on his first carry for no yards, but he bounced off his first would-be tackler on his second attempt for a 12-yard run to the outside. Christian Ponder completed a 8-yard pass to Jerome Simpson with Tramon Williams in coverage on third-and-7 to keep drive moving before settling for a 54-yarder after a Ponder 8-yard scramble on third-and-10.
Drive: 10 plays, 41 yards, 4:13.

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