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Packerstats 2019: Game #10, 24-16 win over Carolina

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Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 24-16 home win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, November 10.

  • The Packers are one of only three teams this year that have already won more games this season than last season. The Packers have eight wins this year compared to only six last year. The other two teams… Oakland has five wins this season after only winning four last year; the San Francisco 49ers have eight wins this year compared to only four in 2018.
  • It looks like the Pack continues to focus on keeping their opponents under 25 points. Green Bay is 8-0 this year in games when they hold the opposition to 24 or fewer points. They are 0-2 this season when the opponents score more than 24 points.
  • Green Bay has now won four of their last five games in the week prior to their bye week.
  • The Pack is now 5-2 against the Carolina Panthers at Lambeau Field.
  • The Packers are now 12-7 against the NFC South since 2010. They are 9-1 against the NFC South in home games since 2010.
  • Game time temperature was 34 degrees. The Packers are 38-10-1 (.786) in games at Lambeau since 2000 when the game time temperature is below 35 degrees.
  • The Panthers scored first in the game. The Packers are now 14-22 (.389) since 2015 in games when the opponents score first.
  • Aaron Jones had three rushing TDs in the contest. It was the fourth career game where Jones had two or more rushing TDs. The Packers are 4-0 in those games.
  • The Packers defense had two takeaways. They are now 34-5 (.872) in home games since 2010 when they have two or more takeaways.
  • Aaron Jones had three rushing TDs for the second game this season (he had four rushing TDs against Dallas earlier this season). He became only the fourth running back in Packers history to have two or more games with three or more rushing TDs in a Packers career. The others: Jim Taylor (6), Paul Hornung (4), Tobin Rote (2).
  • Jones became the eighth Packers running back to have 10 or more rushing TDs in a season. (He now has 11 with six games to play… the team record for rushing TDs in a season is held by Jim Taylor; he had 19 in 1962.) The last Packers running back to have 10 or more rushing TDs in a season was Eddie Lacy with 11 in 2013.
  • Preston Smith had a pair of sacks in the game. It was the fifth career game where he had two or more sacks. His teams are 5-0 in those games.
  • Green Bay held a 14-10 lead at halftime. They have now won seven straight at home when they have a lead of four points or more at halftime. The team is 44-2-1 (.947) since 2010 when they have a lead of four points or more at halftime in home games.
  • Tramon Williams had an interception in the game, the 29th of his Green Bay Packers career. That places him in 10th place all-time on the team list for career interceptions.
  • Aaron Rodgers did not have a TD pass in the game, the second game this season where he did not have a TD pass. He has had 16 regular season games in his career where he did not have a TD pass in a start; the Packers are 6-10 in those games. Two of those wins came this season… a 34-24 win over Dallas where Aaron Jones had four TDs, and this win over Carolina where Jones had three TD runs.
  • Davante Adams had seven catches for 118 yards, his 14th career game with 100 or more yards receiving. The Pack is 7-7 in those games. His 14 100-yard receiving games now puts him in 10th all-time on the Packers list for that stat. James Lofton tops the list with 32 100-yard receiving games as a Packer.
  • The Packers had a 24-10 lead going into the fourth quarter. Since 2000, Green Bay has had 24 or more points going into the fourth quarter in 94 games. Their record in those games? 84-10 (.894).
  • Green Bay had a 14-point leading going into the fourth quarter at home. They have now won 39 straight when they have a 14-point (or more) lead going into the fourth quarter. Their last loss when they had a 14-point lead at home going into the fourth quarter? October 12, 2003 versus the Kansas City Chiefs.
  • The Pack had 163 yards rushing in the game. The team is now 8-3-1 since 2010 when they have 160 or more yards rushing in a contest.
  • Green Bay is now 8-2 for the season. They had an 8-2 record four other times since 1966… 1966, 1996, 1997 and 2002. They went to the Super Bowl in ’66, ’96 and ’97, winning the Super Bowl in 1966 and 1996.
  • The game was a 3:25pm (local) start at Lambeau Field. Green Bay has won 11 of their last 13 games that started at 3:25pm at Lambeau.
  • Aaron Jones had 93 yards on 13 rushing attempts, an average of 7.2 yards per carry. It was the fourth game of Jones’ career where he had a yards per carry average above 7.0 (minimum of 10 rushing attempts) in a game. That is second most in Packers’ history. Ahman Green had eight games with a 7.0 yards per carry average with the Pack.
  • Green Bay has won five games this year by eight points or less. That’s tied for the second most this season. Seattle tops the list with six one-score wins (eight points or less) in the NFL this season… through games of Sunday November 10.

Packerstats 2019: Game 8, 31-24 win over Kansas City

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Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 31-24 road win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, October 28.

  • It seems as though the Packers this year have set a threshold for how many points they will allow to assure victory. Green Bay is 7-0 this season in games where they allow their opponents to score 24 or fewer points in a game. In the only game they lost this season, September 26 to the Philadelphia Eagles, the Packers allowed the Eagles to score 31 points.
  • Aaron Jones had 159 yards receiving and 67 yards rushing in the game. He became the 10th player in NFL history to have over 150 yards receiving and 60 or more yards rushing in the same game. The others on this list: Todd Gurley (2017), Le’Veon Bell (2014), Jahvid Bell (2010), Anthony Johnson (1992), Herschel Walker (1986), Joe Cribbs (1981), Ernie Green (1965), Ollie Matson (1954) and Ray Mathews (1954).
  • Aaron Rodgers had three TD passes and 305 yards passing in the game. It was the 34th game of his career that he had three or more TD passes and more than 300 yards passing in the same game. The 34 games with this stat places him fourth all-time on the league list behind Drew Brees (64), Tom Brady (49) and Peyton Manning (46). The Packers are now 27-7 (.794) in games where Rodgers has three or more TDs and 300+ yards passing. Rodgers did not have an interception in the game; it was the 26th game of his career where he had three or more TD passes, 300+ yards passing, and no interceptions. That ranks third on the all-time list behind Brees (37) and Brady (31). Green Bay is 22-4 (.846) in these games.
  • The Packers are now 7-2 since 2003 in road games versus AFC West teams.
  • Green Bay is now 4-7-1 (.375) against the Chiefs in the regular season since 1973. The .375 winning percentage against Kansas City is the second worst for the Packers all-time in the regular season behind the Miami Dolphins (5-10, .333).
  • Green Bay is now 20-13 (.606) in Sunday night games since 2000. They are 9-10 (.474) in Sunday night games on the road since 2000.
  • The Pack scored first in the game. They are 19-12 (.613) in road games since 2010 when they score first in the contest.
  • Green Bay scored 14 points in the first quarter. They have now won 26 of their last 28 games when they tally 14 or more points in the first quarter. They are 38-6 (.864) in games since 2000 when they score 14 or more points in the first quarter.
  • Kansas City scored 17 points in the second quarter. Green Bay is now 4-9 since 2000 in games where they allow 17 or more points to an opponent in the second quarter.
  • The Chiefs had a 17-14 lead at halftime. The Packers are now 18-47 (.277) in road games since 2000 when they are behind by three points or more at halftime.
  • Rodgers was sacked five times in the game. Usually, that is not good news for the Pack. They are 7-23 (.233) since 2000 in games where their QB is sacked five or more times. Ironically, the Packers have won both games this year where Rodgers was sacked five or more times (in Game One versus the Bears and this game).
  • Green Bay did not have a turnover in the game. They have now won six straight in games when they do not have a turnover, including five games this season. The five turnover-less games this year is already tied for sixth most in team history. The team record for most turnover-less games in a season is eight… it has happened three times, 2009, 2015 and 2016.
  • The game was tied going into the fourth quarter. It was the Packers first win on the road with the score tied going into the fourth quarter since 2003.
  • Rodgers had a Passer Rating of 129. His Passer Rating last week was a perfect 158.3. It was the first time Rodgers had a Passer Rating of 125 or higher in back-to-back games in the same season since 2014 when he had a PR of 151.2 versus the Bears in Week #4 and then had a PR of 138.7 in Week #5 versus the Vikings. The last time he had three consecutive games with a PR above 125 was in 2011 when he three consecutive games with a PR above 140 in Games 7 through 9.
  • The Pack went 4-0 in October games. It was their first 4-0 in October since 2013.

Packerstats 2019: Game Five, 34-24 win over Dallas

Written and Compiled by Jerry Tapp

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 34-24 win over the Dallas Cowboys on October 6.

  • The game started at 3:25 CST. Green Bay has now won six of their last seven games that started at 3:25 CST. They are 15-5 (.750) in 3:25 CST starts since the 2014 season.
  • Green Bay has now won three straight games on the road versus the Cowboys. The Pack has also won six of their last seven regular season games against Dallas.
  • The win was only the third in their last eight road games in October.
  • Aaron Rodgers is now 5-2 in his seven regular season starts versus the Cowboys. He is also 2-0 in a pair of post-season starts versus Dallas.
  • The Packers lost the coin toss and are now 7-6 in road games since 2015 when they lose the coin toss.
  • Green Bay’s defense had three takeaways and the offense did not have a turnover. Green Bay is 13-1 since 2010 in games where they have zero turnovers and the opponents have three or more in a game.
  • The Packers are 73-13-2 (.841) in games when they do not have a turnover. The 88 turnover-less games are the third most in the NFL since 2000 behind the New England Patriots (110) and the Kansas City Chiefs (90).
  • Green Bay had three interceptions in the game. They have now won 19 straight games when they have three or more interceptions, and are 33-3 (.917) since 2000 when they have three or more interceptions in a contest.
  • Aaron Jones had four TD via runs. He is the 12th Green Bay Packers player to have three or more rushing TDs in a game and the fourth to have four or more rushing TDs in a game. Jim Taylor had three games with four TD runs to top the list. The other Packers with four TD runs in a game are Dorsey Levens and Terdell Middleton.
  • Jones became the first player in the NFL to score 24 or more points in a game this season and the first to do so since Derrick Henry had 24 points for the Tennessee Titans on December 6, 2018 versus the Jaguars. He became the seventh Green Bay player to score 20 or more points in a regular season game: The others: Donny Anderson, Paul Hornung, Dorsey Levens, Terdell Middleton, Sterling Sharpe and Jim Taylor.
  • Green Bay has outscored their opponents 42-3 in the first quarter this season.
  • Green Bay had a 14-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. They are 21-11 (.656) since 1966 in games when they score 14 or more points in the first quarter of a road game.
  • Green Bay is now 36-22 (.621) in road games since 2000 when they hold the opposition scoreless in the first quarter.
  • Green Bay held the Cowboys scoreless in the first half. They are now 31-9 (.775) in the Super Bowl era (since 1966) in road games when they hold the opponents scoreless in the first half.
  • Aaron Jones became the sixth player in NFL history to have 100 yards rushing, 75 yards receiving and four TDs in a regular season game. The others: Clinton Portis, Shaun Alexander, Larry Brown, Gale Sayers and Dub Jones. Jones was the first player in league history to do it in a road game.
  • Za’Darius Smith had two sacks in the game; he also had two sacks in the third game of the season. Green Bay won both games.
  • Green Bay had a 31-10 lead at the end of the third quarter. NFL teams are 1903-5 (.995) in the Super Bowl era (since 1966) in games where they take a lead of 20 points or more into the fourth quarter. Green Bay is 78-0.
  • Dak Prescott had 463 yards passing in the game. He became the fifth QB in NFL history to have 450 or more yards passing in a regular season game versus the Packers. The others: Matthew Stafford, Philip Rivers, Ben Roethlisberger and Donovan McNabb. The Packers are 3-2 in these games.
  • Amari Cooper had 226 yards receiving in the contest. It was the third most receiving yards by a player in a game against the Pack. Julio Jones had 259 in a game versus the Pack on 12/8/2014 and Calvin Johnson had 244 yards in a 1/1/2012 game.
  • Dallas tallied 563 total yards in the game, third most against the Packers since 1966. Green Bay is now 5-11 (.313) in games when the opposition gains 500 or more total yards.
  • Green Bay is now 100-8 (.926) when they score 30 or more points in a game. They have now won 11 straight when they reach 30 points in a game. They are 43-5 (.896) in road games since 2000 when they score 30 or more points. They have won 12 of their last 13 games on the road when they score 30+ in a contest.
  • Aaron Rodgers had 0 TD passes and 0 interceptions in the game. Of his 170 regular season games in his career, Rodgers has had 0 TDs in 21 games, 15 of those were games he started. In the 15 games started by Rodgers where he did not have a TD pass, the Pack is now 5-10. Green Bay is 5-7 in games where Rodgers does not have a TD pass and no interceptions in a game.

Packerstats 2019: Game 3, 27-16 win over Denver

Written and Compiled by Jerry Tapp

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 27-16 win over the Denver Broncos on September 22.

  • Green Bay is now 7-6-1 all-time versus the Broncos (regular season and playoffs). They are still undefeated against Denver in Green Bay (6-0-1).
  • Green Bay has now won eight straight versus AFC West teams at home; they are 13-2 against AFC West foes at home since 1993.
  • The Pack is 14-3 (.824) versus AFC West teams this century.
  • The Packers last started 3-0 in 2015. In addition to the 2015 season, the Packers started 3-0 in 2011, 2007 and 2001 this century. They finished 10-6 in 2015… 15-1 in 2011… 13-3 in 2007… and 12-4 in 2001.
  • The Packers offense did not turn the ball over and did not allow a sack in the game. It was the 25th time in team history that they played a game without allowing a sack and did not commit a turnover in the same game. The team is 24-1 in those games.
  • Joe Flacco is now 1-3 all-time versus the Packers.
  • Green Bay scored a TD in the first quarter. They are now 7-0-1 in their last eight games at home when they score in the first quarter.
  • The Packers “D” held the Broncos scoreless in the first quarter. Since 2015, the Packers are 15-9 in games when they hold the opponents scoreless in the first quarter.
  • Kicker Mason Crosby made two field goals and missed one. It was the 64th game that Crosby has missed at least one field goal; Green Bay is 41-22-1 (.648) in those games.
  • Green Bay had six sacks in the contest. They are 19-0-1 in the last 20 games when they have six or more sacks. They are 57-2-1 (.958) all-time in games when they have six or more sacks. The last time Green Bay lost a game when their defense had six or more sacks was in 1952.
  • The Packers did not commit a turnover in the game. Since 2010, they are 41-9-2 (.808) in games when they do not commit a turnover… 12-4-1 (.735) in their last 17 games with no turnovers.
  • They did have three takeaways. Since 2010, they are 27-4 (.871) when they have three or more takeaways in a contest. They have won 15 straight games when they have three or more takeaways in a game.
  • Green Bay had a 17-10 lead at halftime. Since 2000, the Packers are (.905) when they have a seven-point lead or more at halftime in a home game. They have now won 14 straight at home when they lead by seven points or more at halftime.
  • Aaron Jones had two rushing touchdowns in the game. The Packers are 57-10 (.851) since 1970 when a Green Bay player has two or more rushing touchdowns in a game.
  • The Packers had a 24-16 lead going into the fourth quarter. Since 2000 in home games, the Pack is 62-1-1 when they have a lead of eight points or more heading into the last quarter.
  • The Packers offensive line did not allow Aaron Rodgers to be sacked by the Denver defense. Since 2000, Green Bay is 6-0 in games when they do not allow a sack. Since 1970, they are 35-11 (.761) in games where they did not allow a sack. They have now won 13 straight games when they did not allow a sack.
  • Preston Smith had three sacks in the game. It was the second time in his career that he had three or more sacks in a game (he had three as a member of the Washington Redskins in a 12/26/2015 game against the Philadelphia Eagles). He was the 17th Green Bay player since 1982 to have three or more sacks in a game. The last one was Kyler Fackrell last season versus Seattle.
  • Marquez Valdes-Scantling led the offense with six receptions for 99 yards. The six catches were tied for the second-most in a game in his career. The Packers are 3-1 in games when MVS has five or more catches in a contest. They are 3-1 in games when MVS has 75 or more receiving yards in a game.
  • Green Bay scored in every quarter in the game. Since 2000, they are 72-14-1 (.833) in games when they score in every quarter in a game.
  • The Packers had less than 25 minutes Time of Possession in the game (24:26). They are now 8-9 since 2010 in games when they have less than 25 minutes TOP in a game.
  • Aaron Rodgers does not have an interception in the first three games of the season. This is the fifth time in his career that he did not have an interception after the first three games of a season. It also happened in 2008, 2009, 2015 and last season. In 2015, he went the first four games of the season without an interception.
  • Green Bay is now 64-10-1 (.860) in games when they score 27 or more points. They are 13-2-1 (.844) in their last 16 games when they score 27 or more points in a regular season game.

Packerstats 2019: Game Two, 21-16 win over Minnesota

 

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 21-16 win over the Minnesota Vikings on September 15.

  • The Packers are now 13-5-2 (.700) against the Vikings at Lambeau Field since 2000. They are 6-2-2 versus the Vikes at Lambeau in the last 10 contests.
  • Dating back to 1997, Green Bay is 5-2-1 against the Vikings in September games.
  • The Pack scored first in the contest. They are 8-2-2 since 2010 versus the Vikings when they score first in the game. Green Bay is 59-19-2 (.750) since 2010 in all regular season games when they score first.
  • Jamaal Williams, Aaron Jones and Geronimo Allison each scored TDs in the game. The Pack is 4-4 in games when Williams scores a TD; 7-5 in games when Jones scores a TD; and 3-2 in games when Allison scores a TD.
  • Green Bay scored 14 points in the first quarter. Since 2000, the Pack is 36-6 (.857) in games where they tally 14 or more points in the first quarter. Green Bay has won 24 of their last 26 games when they score 14 or more points in the first quarter.
  • The Packers “D” had four takeaways in the game. They have won six straight when they have four or more takeaways in a game, and have a 14-2 record (.875) since 2010 when the defense gets four or more takeaways in a game.
  • Green Bay had an 11-point lead at halftime (21-10). At Lambeau Field since 2000, the Packers are 73-5-1 (.930) when they have a halftime lead of 10 points or more. They have won 24 of their last 25 games when they have a lead at halftime of 10 points or more on their home field.
  • The Pack’s offense ran the ball 33 times for 144 yards. Green Bay has won 19 straight games when they run the ball 30 or more times in a game. They are 35-4-1 (.888) since 2010 in games when they run the ball 30 or more times in a game.
  • Green Bay had a five-point lead going into the fourth quarter. Since 2015, the Pack is 19-0-1 in games when they have a lead of five points or more going into the fourth quarter. The last time they lost a game when they had a lead of five points or more going into the fourth quarter was in 2013.
  • Minnesota’s Dalvin Cook had 154 yards rushing in the game. It was the 37th time in the Super Bowl era (since 1966) that an opposing running back had 150 or more yards rushing in a game versus the Packers. Green Bay is 9-28 (.243) in regular season games when an opposing running back has 150 or more rushing yards.
  • Aaron Jones had a career-high 23 carries for the Packers in the game. He tallied 116 yards rushing, the fourth highest total in his career.
  • Davante Adams had seven receptions for 106 yards. It was his 12th career 100-yard game. The Packers are 6-6 in those games.
  • Aaron Rodgers had a pair of TD passes in the contest. It was the 107th game pf his career with two or more TD passes. Green Bay is 81-26 in those games. Brett Favre tops the team list with 141 games with two or more TD passes. Rodgers is tied for seventh all-time in the league; Favre ranks third on the list. Tom Brady has 167 career games with two or more TD passes, most in the NFL.
  • The Packers did not score in the second half. Usually, that is not good news. They had lost eight straight games when they are scoreless in the second half, and since 2000, Green Bay is now 3-18 (.143) in games where they do not score in the second half. It was their first victory in a game where they did not score in the second half since 2011.
  • Since 2010, the Pack is 85-21-2 (.796) when they score 20 or more points in a game. They rank fourth in the league since 2010 with 108 games with 20 or more points behind New England (129), New Orleans (116) and Philadelphia (110).
  • Since 2010, the Pack is 44-9 (.830) when they hold their opponents under 20 points.