It was over when ...
Brett Favre connected with Ruvell Martin on an 8-yard touchdown strike in the third quarter. The play capped a 10-play, 69-yard drive that chewed five minutes off the clock and put Green Bay up 27-0.
The Vikings couldn't get anything going offensively. Minnesota didn't convert a third- or fourth-down attempt the entire game, and it didn't complete a pass to a receiver until deep into the third quarter. QB Brooks Bollinger had only 7 passing yards at halftime and finished with 176 yards on 16-of-26 passing.
Favre became the second player in NFL history to reach 60,000 passing yards, joining Dan Marino (61,361). In his career vs. Minnesota, including playoffs, Favre has thrown for 300 yards seven times. After throwing three TD passes and his team up by 34 points, backup Aaron Rogers took over. ... Vikings running back Adrian Peterson left the game in the third quarter with an apparent knee injury.