Getting Diggs the ball was Sam Bradford, the underachieving veteran quarterback the Vikings traded for two weeks ago after starter Teddy Bridgewater was injured.
For the Packers, who struggled all game with pass protection and ball security, the loss dropped the team to 1-1.
West rival, for the third consecutive time likely felt good, but that was tempered by the fact that the Rams have failed to score a touchdown through two games.
The focus before the game was on the injured ankle of Russell Wilson, but the Seahawks may want to be more concerned about the team’s running game.
But that old Browns luck kicked in immediately following the third touchdown, as Patrick Murray’s extra point attempted was blocked, and Tavon Young recovered the ball and returned it to the other end zone for two points.