GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The boos came down from the Lambeau Field stands after Greg Jennings made his first catch on his old home field as a member of the Minnesota Vikings.
Sunday’s game with the Packers turned out to be memorable for Jennings for a much different reason.
Minnesota let a 16-point lead early in the fourth quarter slip away, and the Vikings and Green Bay could muster only field goals in overtime Sunday to settle for a 26-26 tie.
“It’s not a loss, but to share the sentiments that coach (Leslie) Frazier said, ‘It’s kind of bittersweet,'” Jennings said. “It’s tough, but that’s the game of football.”