GREEN BAY - One of the things the Packers want to improve for this weekend is the tackling.
It has been a problem not only against the Vikings, but this year in general.
The Packers know it will be a tough task and say they know what needs to be done to win.
"The effort was there, 11 guys trying to get to the ball. But now, we just got to take it to another level with guys holding their leverage, not being nosy, just trusting that the next guy will be there to help," said safety Morgan Burnett.
"I mean, it's the playoffs, it's what we do. We feel like we can stop him (Adrian Peterson). Obviously it's a tough task, tough task ahead so… it has to be different. That's why we think it's going to be different, because it has to be. We have to come out and win this game and stop him, so we're going to focus on that," said cornerback Tramon Williams.
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