SUPERIOR, WI. -- It's a tale of two very different seasons for football fans in the Northland.
The Vikings just picked up the team's first win of the season, while the Packers are off to a hot start.
The Green Bay Packers are starting an unusual season off on the right foot as they come into Monday night's match-up with the Falcons sitting at 3-0.
"We got Rodgers, we got the running backs, and the line is doing a pretty good job and I think we are doing great so far," said John D'Auria, a Packers fan.
The Packers average 6.9 yards per play to lead the NFL and are the first team in the league's history to have at least 35 points and no turnovers in each of its first three games.
"With no preseason games, and actually to be able to come out as a unit and play as good as they are playing with no preseason games, just proves that some players and some teams don't necessarily need the preseason," said D'Auria.
With some games postponed or moved due to COVID-19, ultimately Packer fans are just happy to have a season.
"It's awesome just to be watching football at all. But Packer football, the green, and gold is great because we almost didn't even have a season," said D'Auria.