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The two leaders of the Green Bay Packers tv, Matt LaFleur and Aaron Rodgers, will try to continue their mastery against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Follow along all day for updates.
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MINNEAPOLIS – The Green Bay Packers (8-2) are playing the Minnesota Vikings (4-5) on Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium. Follow along all day for updates.

King of the North

Aaron Rodgers might own Chicago but Matt LaFleur is the king of the North.

Entering Sunday, LaFleur owns a preposterous 13-1 record in NFC North games. The lone loss came last season at Lambeau Field, when the Vikings (who were 1-5) shocked the Packers (who were 5-1) 28-22.

LaFleur and Steve Mariucci are the only coaches in NFL history to win 13 of their first 14 divisional games, according to the Elias Sports Bureau via the Packers’ Dope Sheet. Among all coaches who began their career since 1970, LaFleur is the only coach to open with seven consecutive road wins within the division.

LaFleur swears there’s no magic.

“We make a big emphasis on the division game,” he said. “I would say that a lot of it is a reflection on what you’ve done in the past vs. a certain team, specifically a divisional opponent. There’s only so many hours in each week that you can prepare [during the season]. I would say that a lot of stuff goes into when you’re in the offseason, when you’re doing self-scout, when you’re watching clips, whatever it may be. There’s a lot of discussion that comes up in terms of maybe things that you really like or you’ve got to do differently. But it goes for them, too.”

How to Watch Packers vs. Vikings

TV: Fox – Kevin Burkhardt (play-by-play), Greg Olsen (analyst) and Pam Oliver (sideline).

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