Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings 7 to 23

Sunday, December 2, 1990, Week 13

The Green Bay Packers played the Minnesota Vikings in Minneapolis on Sunday, December 2, 1990, Week 13 of the 1990 season. The Vikings won by a score of 23-7. The Vikings and the Packers split the season series for the 1990 season, each winning one game.


Green Bay Packers offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
190 131 59 5 11

Coaches

Head Coach: Lindy Infante Defensive Coordinator: Hank Bullough Wide Receivers Coach: Wayne "Buddy" Geis Offensive Line Coach: Charlie Davis Tight Ends Coach: Virgil Knight Offensive Backs Coach: Willie Peete Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Joe Clark Defensive Line Coach: Greg Blache Outside Linebackers Coach: Dick Moseley Defensive Backs Coach: Dick Jauron Special Teams Coach: Howard Tippett Strength and Conditioning Coach: Virgil Knight


Minnesota Vikings offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
286 149 137 0 16

Coaches

Head Coach: Jerry Burns Assistant Head Coach: Tom Moore Offensive Coordinator: Bob Schnelker Defensive Coordinator: Floyd Peters Quarterbacks Coach: Marc Trestman, Tom Moore Wide Receivers Coach: Dick Rehbein Offensive Line Coach: John Michels Running Backs Coach: John Brunner Tight Ends Coach: Tom Batta Defensive Line Coach: Paul Wiggin Linebackers Coach: Maxie Baughan Defensive Backs Coach: Jerry Brown Special Teams Coach: Tom Batta Administrative Assistant to Head Coach: Marc Trestman Coaches Secretary: Kirsten Lindberg