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The Green Bay Packers showed off their dangerous new-look defense in Week 2, and we’re seeing more of the same Sunday as they take on the Minnesota Vikings.

In the first quarter, already up 14-0, Green Bay got a huge defensive play from defensive tackle Kenny Clark, who ripped through Minnesota’s offensive line to lay a beautiful hit on Kirk Cousins that separated ball from body.

Dean Lowry recovered the ball for Green Bay, setting up Aaron Rodgers and Co. in excellent field position.

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