The Minnesota Vikings open up a one and a half game lead on second place Green Bay in the N-F-C North Division, after beating 33-16 in London Sunday. Case Keenum had two touchdown passes and Kai Forbath made four field goals, as the Vikes improved to 6-2 while the Packers are 4-3 on their bye week. Green Bay returns to practice tomorrow (Tuesday) to get to ready to host the Detroit Lions next Monday night. The Lions remain third in the North at 3-4 after losing to Pittsburgh at home 20-15 on Sunday night. Matt Prater kicked five field goals as Detroit failed to score a touchdown despite building up 482 yards — and the last place Chicago Bears drop to 3-5 after losing at New Orleans 20-12.