Behind Enemy Lines: NFC North fan’s share their point of view

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What team in your division worries you the most?

Dec 21, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Minnesota Vikings fans cheer on during the second half against the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium. The Dolphins won 37-35. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Dunny, Lions: “The team that gives me the most worry in our division is the Green Bay Packers. They have a mvp player in Aaron Rodgers. They have a very good supporting cast on offense as well, including one of the better WR duos in the NFL. A lot of players on both sides of the ball returning and the fact they won the division last year don’t help.”

Siddiqui, Vikings: “The Packers. They have won the division the past four years. Aaron Rodgers is unbelievable and just makes that whole offense click. They have issues on defense, but as long as they have #12, they are a scary
team. Unless he misses a lot of games, they should win the division again and perhaps make it back to the NFC Championship Game. As a Vikings fan, I hate to admit to all of that, but hey you have to face reality.”

Coleman, Bears: “Every year I circle my calendar for one team. The Green Bay Packers. Both teams history speaks for themselves. Bears v. Packers is the oldest rivalry in Football in not all of sports.”

Engman, Packers: I’d have to say the Minnesota Vikings. I know the Lions have been the main adversaries for the Packers over the last few seasons but I think the Vikings are ready to have a breakthrough with their team. Mike Zimmer and Rick Spielman have been doing a great job constructing a team that is modeled to shut down a potent Packers offense.

I think coming into this year, the Vikings have a real at being a wild card team. Next year they could be even better. They got Adrian Peterson back, added Mike Wallace for Teddy Bridgewater to throw to, great additions in the offseason. Not to mention, they absolutely killed it in the draft this year.”

I would like to thank Stephen Coleman, Ali Siddiqui, James Dunny and Kyle Engman for participating in this article. Be sure to check out the first part of our NFC North series, Behind Enemy Lines: An NFC North round table.

Also be sure to follow Ali Siddiqui (@asiddiqui15) and Kyle Engman (@KyleEngmanNFL) on Twitter.  I also recommend you be sure to check out their work if you’re Vikings or Packers fan.

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