By BOB McGINN
Sunday night in Minneapolis marked the sixth time in 11 games this season that the Green Bay Packers failed to intercept a pass.
The decline in interceptions is league-wide. All the pro-passing, pro-quarterback rules that have been legislated in recent years have taken their toll on picks, too. Green Bay’s opponents have intercepted only one.
Still, it’s hard to imagine the Packers could turn their season around in December unless they at least double their current total of six, which was tied for 24th in the league.
No quarterback in the Vikings’ 58-year history ever...
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