Packers vs. Vikings

Justin Jefferson caught nine passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns in the first quarter, including the game-opening touchdown.

Joe Barry's defense had at least three busted coverages that left Jefferson wide open for big plays.

The Vikings moved Jefferson around and scheming up route combinations to attack the Packers' zone-heavy coverages.

Despite having big-time players in the secondary, it was a highly disappointing start. There were two other targets out of bounds, including one in the end zone, where Jefferson was barely out of bounds. It wasn't fun to face Davante Adams for the Packers in the first game of the post-Davante Adams era.