Monday, October 5, 2009
Two turnovers for Packers' Rodgers
By Kevin Seifert
Posted by ESPN.com’s Kevin Seifert
MINNEAPOLIS -- Aaron Rodgers’ first interception of the season bailed out a late reaction by Minnesota’s bench two plays prior.
I thought Greg Jennings’ 3-yard reception on fourth down hit the ground and might well have been overturned if the Vikings had challenged it. But coach Brad Childress didn’t get the flag onto the field until after the Packers ran their next play.
But Rodgers then threw his next pass into the arms of Winfield, making the challenge delay moot. Rodgers has already committed two turnovers in the first 19 minutes of this game.