The Green Bay Packers should have the services of wide receivers Randall Cobb (ankle) and Jordy Nelson (knee) as both are listed probable for Saturday night's game against Minnesota. The Vikings just narrowly beat the Pack last week and this meeting will be the third this season. There have only been a handful of games this year where all four of Green Bay's top WRs were healthy and able to play. James Starks is also listed as questionable and has not played in over a month.
Green Bay should have all the motivation they'll need. They lost to Minnesota last week by only three points and could have ended their season with a victory. The Vikings could be without their top cornerback Antoione Winfield which would of course only make things easier for the Pack's fantastic passing game. Despite their long history, this will only be the second time Minnesota faces Green Bay in the postseason. The last time came in 2004-05 when a Daunte Culcupper led Minnesota to a 31-17 victory.