MINNEAPOLIS — Sam Bradford had a Minnesota debut almost as dazzling as the new $1.1 billion building itself, completing 22 of 30 passes for 286 yards, two touchdowns and no turnovers to lead the Vikings to a 17-14 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night.

The defense did the rest, sacking Aaron Rodgers five times and producing two turnovers in the fourth quarter that quashed the Packers’ comeback hopes and sent the crowd of 66,813 into a deafening frenzy in celebration of the first regular-season game at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Adrian Peterson limped off in the third quarter with a right knee injury after gaining only 19 yards on 12 carries, but the Vikings (2-0) proved they’re much more diversified than the NFL’s 2015 rushing leader.

Minnesota held the Packers (1-1) to 65 total yards in the first half, withstanding an early touchdown pass by Rodgers to Jordy Nelson on a drive aided by two penalties by cornerback Terence Newman.

Trae Waynes intercepted Rodgers in Vikings territory in the closing minutes to seal the win.