By BOB McGINN
A whole raft of people made brutal mistakes Sunday afternoon that led to the 29-29 tie between the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings at steamy Lambeau Field.
The Packers led, 20-7, after three quarters, 23-14 midway through the fourth quarter and 29-21 with 1 minute, 45 seconds remaining in regulation time.
Given the fact the Packers had substantial leads, never trailed and were playing at home against the defending NFC North Division champions, they deserved to feel worse about the third draw in the 116-game border rivalry.
“Close to an L” was quarterback Aaron...
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