Sunday's game at Minnesota was the Packers' first up-close look at Vikings rookie QB Teddy Bridgewater, and early in the game, Bridgewater caught the Packers off-guard a bit with a long scramble for a first down.

The Packers learned their lesson, though, and were much better at containing Bridgewater as the game wore on.

In this week's edition of "What You Might've Missed,"'s Mike Spofford breaks down some of those Bridgewater scrambles and how the Packers adjusted. He also takes a closer look at the defensive play that almost completely changed the game.

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