Missed field goals are a large reason the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings settled for a 29-29 tie Sunday at Lambeau Field. Vikings rookie kicker Daniel Carlson missed a game-winning, 35-yard attempt at the end of overtime, and a 49-yarder on Minnesota’s first possession of O-T. Packers kicker Mason Crosby pushed a 52-yard attempt left of the upright at the end of regulation. Minnesota rallied for 22 points in fourth quarter to force overtime. The Vikings final drive was kept alive by a questionable roughing the passer call on Green Bay linebacker Clay Matthews. Minnesota’s Eric Kendricks was flagged for a similar hit on Aaron Rodgers in the first half. Rodgers played in a knee brace and completed 30 of 42 passes for 285 yards and a touchdown to Davante Adams. Vikings QB Kirk Cousins racked up 425 yards passing with four T-D’s, including three in the fourth quarter. The Pack scored their first touchdown on a Geronimo Allison blocked punt that was recovered in the end zone by rookie defensive back Josh Jackson. Green Bay travels to the Washington Redskins next Sunday.