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Packers’ Aaron Rodgers tosses four touchdowns in win vs. Vikings

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Who said Aaron Rodgers needed more weapons for the Green Bay Packers to be successful? He sure didn’t in the Packers’ season-opening 43-34 win over the Minnesota Vikings at a fan-less U.S. Bank Stadium. Rodgers seemed as happy as ever heading into his 16th NFL season despite the fact that the team drafted his possible eventual successor, Jordan Love, in the first round instead of adding a playmaking weapon. And he relied on an old favorite and a couple of young receivers he talked up this summer. The result was the first four-touchdown-pass game in a season opener for a Packers quarterback since Brett Favre in 1999. Rodgers threw two to Pro Bowl receiver Davante Adams and one each to up-and-comers Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Allen Lazard