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Packers stay perfect at 10-0

While the Vikings sunk to 2-8, guess who’s still undefeated? Yep, those Green Bay Packers. Aaron Rodgers threw for 299 yards with three TDs in a 35-26 win over Tampa Bay -- but he says he wasn’t happy with the way he played. Whatever. The Pack is 10-0 heading into a Thanksgiving Day game against Detroit.
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While the Vikings sunk to 2-8, guess who’s still undefeated? Yep, those Green Bay Packers. Aaron Rodgers threw for 299 yards with three TDs in a 35-26 win over Tampa Bay -- but he says he wasn’t happy with the way he played. Whatever. The Pack is 10-0 heading into a Thanksgiving Day game against Detroit.

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