Cornerback Mark Lee set up touchdowns by intercepting a pass and recovering a fumble in Green Bay's 38-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings today.

The Packers scored the first two times they had the ball and led by 31-0 in the second half.

Lynn Dickey, playing only the first half, passed for two touchdowns and ran for one to help the Packers (8-8) finish second in the NFC Central by winning seven of their last eight games.

"I'm unhappy the season has come to an end," the Packers' first-year coach, Forrest Gregg, said. "I wish we were starting the year."

The last-place Vikings (3-13) lost six in a row and 11 of their last 12 to end the worst season in the club's 24 years.

"I don't have much to say," the Vikings' first-year coach, Les Steckel, said.

"It's the worst year of football in my entire career," said defensive end Doug Martin, who called the season "embarrassing."

Minnesota's defense, which allowed an NFL-high 484 points this season, enabled Dickey to complete 16 of 20 passes for 198 yards.

"I got kicked in the head or something and the stands started swirling and I was seeing spots and getting dizzy," he said.