Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers weren't satisfied with their NFC North title. They went all out for a better seed, hoping for a one-week break.
Adrian Peterson didn't let them catch their breath. Minnesota's relentless runner will be coming right back at them next week.
Peterson finished 9 yards short of breaking Eric Dickerson's single-season rushing record, powering the Vikings past the Packers 37-34 on Sunday with 199 yards to set up a rematch next weekend in a first-round playoff game.
They'll play on Saturday night at Lambeau Field.
''The road got a little tougher having to play on opening weekend, but we've got a home game and that's why you win the division,'' Rodgers said. ''We get to go back home, and the game will be different. They won't have home-crowd advantage, and hopefully that will make a difference.''
Peterson rumbled off left tackle for a 27-yard gain in the closing seconds, his career-high 34th carry. That set up Blair Walsh's 29-yard field goal as t...