The Green Bay Packers scored a 45-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings, to remain the National Football Association's (NFL) only unbeaten team.
Meanwhile, the Packers' Aaron Rodgers continued on his seemingly inexorable march to the title of the league's Most Valuable Player (MVP). He threw four touchdown passes and Randall Cobb ran a punt back 80 yards for a score. The Packers had three sacks and one interception against rookie quarterback Christian Ponder. The team is 9-0 at the moment and expectations continue to build amid the prospects of a perfect 16-0 regular season.
We try to go 1-0 every week, said Rodgers, We've got nine of them right now banked, and we're going to try to get 10 this Sunday.
We just have so much momentum right now and a lot of confidence, Rodgers told reporters, No disrespect to our competition, we take the field and we know it's about us.
It's (our) best game, because of the margin of victory, said Mike McCarthy, the Packers' coach, And at the end of the day, it's about points.
Our performance tonight was very disappointing, said Leslie Frazier, the Vikings' coach.