Packers and Vikings tied at 14 at halftime
Dillon touched the ball six times for 37 yards to begin the eventual 15-play drive, the Packers’ longest of the season.
His biggest play came on 16-yard catch and run on a check down pass from quarterback Aaron Rodgers in which Dillon tip-toed the sideline to stay in bounds and convert on second-and-12.
Williams tapped in and powered forward for six yards on third-and-2. He also converted another fourth-and-1 situation from the Vikings’ 7. A defensive pass interference call on Jeff Gladney against Marquez Valdes-Scantling put the ball at the Vikings 1.
Adams put the Packers ahead 14-7 with a 1-yard touchdown catch. It’s the second time in Adams’ six-plus NFL seasons he has had two touchdowns in the first half (2016, at Philadelphia).
A 16-yard pass to Irv Smith moved the Vikings into Packers’ territory before fourth-year defensive lineman Dean Lowry sacked Kirk Cousins for a 9-yard loss on first down at Green Bay’s 32-yard line.
Coming out of the two-minute warning, Cook picked up three yards on fourth-and-1 with six offensive linemen on the field. The Vikings fed him the next four plays and Cook retied the game at 14 from 1-yard out with 31 seconds left in the first half.