(Green Bay, WI) -- Aaron Rodgers threw for a touchdown and 274 yards as the Green Bay Packers took advantage of the short-handed Minnesota Vikings, 24-10, to advance to the NFC Divisional Round. The Vikings were without quarterback Christian Ponder, who was inactive due to a right elbow injury. Ponder was hurt last Sunday in the regular season-ending win over the Packers that moved them to the playoffs. Joe Webb got the start and completed 11-of-30 passes for 180 yards with a TD and an interception. John Kuhn had a rushing and receiving score for the Packers, who will play at San Francisco next Saturday. Rodgers tied an NFL playoff record completing passes to 10 different players. Green Bay held Adrian Peterson to 99 yards on 22 carries. The Packers won the turnover battle 3-to-0.