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Packerstats 2018: Game #13, 34-20 win over Atlanta

Written and Compiled by Jerry Tapp

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 34-20 win over the Atlanta Falcons on December 9.

  • It was 26 degrees at game time. Since 2010, the Packers are 17-5-1 (.761 winning percentage) in games where the temperature is below 32 degrees at game time.
  • Green Bay is now 12-5 (.706) since 2000 against the NFC South.
  • The Packers now have an 18-16 lead in the all-time series against the Falcons (that includes a 2-2 record in the playoffs). Since 2010, Green Bay has won five of the nine games versus Atlanta.
  • The Packers won the coin toss and are now 30-7-1 (.803) in games at Lambeau Field since 2010 when they win the coin toss.
  • Atlanta scored first in the game. The Pack is 11-21 (.344) since 2014 in games when the other team scores first.
  • Atlanta’s Julio Jones had eight receptions for 108 yards. It was his third career game against the Packers where he had 100 or more yards receiving. He is the 12th player in history to have three or more 100-yard receiving games against Green Bay. Randy Moss tops the list with seven.
  • Davante Adams had another TD reception in the game, his 10th game this year with a TD reception. With three games remaining, Adams has a shot at the Green Bay record which is 11 games with a TD reception. Jordy Nelson had a TD in 11 games in 2016; Sterling Sharpe had TD catches in 11 games in 1992 and 1994.
  • Bashaud Breeland had a TD on an interception, the first “Pick-6” for the Packers since Damarious Randall on October 8, 2017. The Packers have now won 16 straight when they have a player score a TD on an interception.
  • Mason Crosby had a pair of field goals in the game giving him 301 for his career. He became the 31st kicker in NFL history to reach 300 made field goals in a career. His 80.1% field goal percentage ranks 20th of the 31 kickers who have 300 or more career field goals made. Three other kickers who played for Green Bay are also on the list of those with 300 or more career field goals: Ryan Longwell, Al Del Greco and Jan Stenerud.
  • The Packers had a 20-7 lead at halftime. They have now won 29 straight games when they score 20 or more points by halftime in home games. Since 2000, Green Bay is 40-2 (.952) in home games when they score 20 or more points in the first half.
  • Aaron Rodgers had 44 yards rushing in the game. That’s the most yards rushing for ARod in a game this season and the most since he had 60 yards rushing in a game on October 30, 2016… also a game against the Falcons.
  • Randall Cobb was on the receiving end of a Rodgers TD pass. It was the 33rd game that Cobb caught a TD pass; Green Bay is 23-10 (.697) in those games.
  • Rodgers broke the NFL record for most passes without an interception with 358 pass attempts. To put that record in perspective, there have been 930 times when a QB has passed 358 or more times in an NFL season. The fewest interceptions by a QB with 358 or more pass attempts in a season are two by Tom Brady in 2016. Of those 930 QBs with 358 or more pass attempts in an NFL season, 806 of those QBs had at last 10 interceptions that season.
  • Clay Matthews had a sack. Green Bay is 45-18-1 (.711) in games when Matthews has at least a half-sack or more in a contest.
  • Green Bay had scored 34 points heading into the fourth quarter. They have won 94 of their last 98 games where they had 30 or more points on the scoreboard heading into the fourth quarter.
  • Breeland became the 12th Packer since 2002 to have an interception and fumble recovery in the same game for the team.
  • Aaron Jones had a rushing TD for the fifth straight game. He became the 110th player in NFL history to have a rushing TD in five straight games. Other Packers on the list: Paul Hornung (7 straight games), Ryan Grant and Terdell Middleton (six straight games each). The NFL record is 18 straight games with a rushing TD by LaDainian Tomlinson.
  • Rodgers had two TD passes and no interceptions in the game. It was the 69th game in his career that he had at least two TD passes and no interceptions in a game. He is fifth in this stat in the league; Tom Brady has 100 games, Drew Brees 77, Brett Favre 74 and Peyton Manning 73. Green Bay is 59-10 (.855) in games when Rodgers has two or more TD passes with no interceptions in a game.
  • The Pack has now won 15 straight at home when they tally 30 or more points in a game. The team is 57-3 (.950) since 2000 at home when they reach the 30 point mark.
  • Green Bay had zero turnovers. They are 38-4-2 (.886) at home since 2000 when they do not have a turnover in the game.
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Packerstats 2018: Game #12, 20-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals

PACKERSTATS-Game #12-2018 season

Written and Compiled by Jerry Tapp

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 20-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals on December 2.

One of the frustrating aspects of statistics is that what can seem obvious isn’t always the case. Based on the history and stats entering the game against the Arizona Cardinals, there was no way the Cards would beat the Pack, at least that’s what the numbers “told us.” But as we have all learned, “that’s why they play the game” and don’t just trust the stats.

Prior to the game Sunday against the Cardinals…

… the Packers had been 11-2 at home in the Mike McCarthy era (since 2006) against the NFC West and they had won six straight;

… the team was 22-4 in home games in December since 2006;

… the Packers had won eight of their last nine games that were the 12th game of the season;

… Green Bay had won eight straight at home versus the Cardinals, who had not beaten the Packers in Green Bay since 1949.

  • It was Aaron Rodgers birthday. He is now 1-1 on his birthday. He won on December 2, 2012 versus the Vikings on his birthday.
  • The temperature was 34 at game time. The Cardinals have now won four straight in games where the temperature is below 40 degrees. They are 4-8 in such games since 2000.
  • Green Bay has now lost seven of their last games when they do not score in the first quarter. The Packers are 45-52 (.489) since 2000 in games where they do not score in the first quarter. They are 22-18 (.550) since 2000 in home games when they do not score in the first quarter.
  • Davante Adams has caught 85 passes this year; he has been targeted 127 times… that’s a percentage of 66.7. That’s the highest catch percentage of his career.
  • Mason Crosby missed a last-second field goal in the game. Green Bay is 0-3-1 this season when Crosby misses a field goal in the game. They are 5-9-1 since 2015 in games when Crosby misses a field goal.
  • The Packers held a three-point lead at halftime, 10-7. The team is now 61-4-1 at home since 2006 when they have the lead at halftime.
  • Jimmy Graham had eight receptions in the game, the most in a game for the Packers. It is the most receptions he has had in a game since he had eight for the Seattle Seahawks in a game on November 7, 2016.
  • Rookie running back Chase Edmonds had a pair of TDs for the Cards. It was the first time that a rookie had two TDs in a game versus the Packers since Robert Kelley had three for the Washington Redskins in a game on November 20, 2016.
  • Green Bay was behind 17-10 going into the fourth quarter. The Packers are now 14-35-1 (.290) since 2000 in games at Lambeau when they are trailing going into the fourth quarter.
  • Aaron Jones has scored a TD in five of his last six games for the Pack.
  • The Packers are now 4-7-1 for the season. The last time the Packers ended the season with only four wins was in 2005, Mike Sherman’s last season and the year prior to Mike McCarthy taking over the head coaching duties.
  • Rookie Arizona QB Josh Rosen became the seventh rookie QB to defeat the Packers in game since 2000. The others six: Dak Prescott, Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson, Josh Freeman, Matt Ryan and Kyle Orton.
  • The Packers have now lost 10 of their last 11 home games when they score fewer than 20 points. Since 2000, the Packers are 14-22 (.389) in games at Lambeau when they score less than 20 points.
  • Aaron Rodgers attempted 50 passes in the game, the sixth time in his career that he had 50 or more pass attempts in a contest. The Packers are 1-5 in such games.

Packerstats 2018: Game 11, 24-17 loss to Minnesota

PACKERSTATS-Game #11-2018 season

Written and Compiled by Jerry Tapp

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 24-17 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on November 25.

  • The Packers are now 16-10 (.615) in road games against their division opponents (Bears, Lions, Vikings) since 2010.
  • Green Bay is 16-9-2 against the Vikings (regular season and playoff contests) in the Mike McCarthy era, but they are 1-5-1 in the last seven games against the Vikes.
  • The Packers have held the Vikings to less than 30 points in 11 straight games.
  • Davante Adams has now scored a TD in eight of the 11 games played this season. It was the 29th game of his career that he scored a TD, placing him 13th in that stat for the team all-time. Randall Cobb and Paul Coffman are tied for 11th on the list with TD receptions in 32 games for the Pack. Boyd Dowler is 10th with 34 games. Leading the team is Donald Driver with a TD reception in 57 games with the Packers.
  • The Packers scored first in the game and are now 17-12 (.586) since 2010 in road games when they score the first points of the game.
  • The Pack had seven points in the first quarter and are now 77-35-2 (.684) since 2006 in games when they score at least seven points in the first quarter.
  • Aaron Jones scored a TD in his third straight game. The team record is seven straight games held by Ahman Green and Paul Hornung.
  • Minnesota placekicker Dan Bailey missed a pair of field goal attempts in the game. Green Bay is 19-13-1 since 2010 when the opponents’ kicker misses at least one field goal attempt in a game.
  • The game was tied at 14-14 at halftime. Green Bay is now 2-6 in road games since 2002 when the score is tied at half.
  • Minnesota held a 10-point lead going into the fourth quarter, 24-14. The Pack is 2-21 in their last 23 road games when they go into the fourth quarter behind by 10 or more points.
  • Minnesota QB Kirk Cousins had three TD passes and 342 yards passing. Cousins now has three career games against the Packers with three or more TD passes and 300+ yards passing in the same game. Drew Brees tops this list with four such games.
  • Adam Thielen had 125 yards receiving and became the 14th player to have three or more career games with 100+ yards receiving against the Packers. Randy Moss had seven games to top this stat. He is followed by Elroy Hirsch and Calvin Johnson with six such games.
  • Green Bay only scored three points in the second half. Since 2000, the Packers are 11-34 (.244) in games when they score three or fewer points in the second half of a contest.
  • The Pack had only 25:33 time of possession in the game. Since 2006 they are 4-13 in away games when they have the ball less than 26 minutes in a game and are 9-18 (.333) in all games since 2006 when they have the ball less than 26 minutes in a game.
  • Cousins had a Passer Rating of 129.5 in the game. Teams are 49-4-1 (.917) against the Packers when they have a QB with a Passer Rating above 125. Cousins became the ninth opposing QB to have two career games against the Packers with a Passer Rating of 125 or better. The others: Troy Aikman, Drew Brees, Brett Favre, Bill Munson, Matthew Stafford, Fran Tarkenton, John Unitas and Bill Wade.
  • The Packers are now 5-14 (.109) in road games when they score less than 20 points in the game. They have lost eight straight road games when they tally less than 20 points.

Packerstats 2018: Game 10, 27-24 loss to Seattle Seahawks

PACKERSTATS-Game #10-2018 season

Written and Compiled by Jerry Tapp

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 27-24 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on November 15.

  • The Packers are now 11-6 on Thursdays since 2000… 6-1 at home, 5-5 on the road.
  • Green Bay is now 2-6 all-time versus the Seahawks in Seattle even though they lead the all-time series 13-9.
  • They have now lost six of their last eight road games against NFC West teams. Since 2000, they are 9-10 on the road versus NFC West foes.
  • Green Bay scored first in the game and is now 29-18 (.617) in away games when they tally the first points.
  • Aaron Jones scored a pair of touchdowns, one via a run and one via a pass. He became the 30th Packer in team history to score both a rushing and receiving TD in a game. The Packers are now 48-17 (.738) in games when they have a player score a rushing and receiving TD in a contest. Ahmad Green holds the Packers record with nine games with a TD via run and TD reception in the same game.
  • Kicker Mason Crosby missed a field goal in the three-point loss. In 204 career games (regular season and playoffs) with the Packers, Crosby has missed one or more field goals in a loss decided by three points or less nine times.
  • The Pack tallied 14 points in the first quarter. They are now 20-11 (.645) in the Super Bowl era (since 1966) when they score 14 or more points in the first quarter in a road game.
  • Green Bay held a four-point lead (21-17) at halftime. That’s usually good news for the Packers on the road… they are now 55-18 (.753) since 2000 in road games where they have the lead at halftime.
  • Davante Adams had 10 receptions for 166 yards. He became the 11th player in team history to have 10 or more receptions and 150 or more receiving yards in a game. Sterling Sharpe tops this list with three games.
  • Adams had 10 or more receptions for the sixth time in his career. He is now one game behind Donald Driver and Sterling Sharpe for most games with 10 or more receptions by a Packers player. The team is only 3-3 in games where Adams has 10 or more receptions.
  • Kyler Fackrell had three sacks in the game for the second time this season. He became only the sixth Packer since 1983 to have multiple games in a season with three or more sacks. The others: Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, Tim Harris, Aaron Kampman, Clay Matthews and Reggie White.
  • Green Bay held a four-point lead going into the fourth quarter. They are now 65-16 (.802) in road games in the McCarthy era (since 2006) when they have a lead going into the fourth quarter.
  • Aaron Rodgers was sacked five times in the contest. The Pack is 5-22 (.185) since 2000 when their QBs are sacked five or more times.
  • Rodgers threw for 332 yards and did not have an interception. It was the 35th game in his career that he had 300 or more yards passing and no picks in a game. That places him fourth all-time in this stat; the other three are Drew Brees (50 games), Tom Brady (47 games) and Peyton Manning (37 games). Green Bay is 28-7 (.800) when Rodgers had a 300-yard passing and no interception game.
  • Seattle gained 173 yards rushing while the Packers rushing game was held to 43. Green Bay is 3-31-1 (.100) all-time in games where the opponents gain over 150 yards rushing and the Packers gain less than 50 yards rushing in the same game.
  • The Pack did not have a turnover in the game. They are now 50-17 (.746) in road games since 1966 when they do not have a turnover.
  • This is only the fourth season in McCarthy’s tenure that the team has lost five or more games on the road in a season. They lost six in 2008, and lost five road games in 2010, 2017 and now 2018.
  • Rodgers had a Passer Rating of 128.7 in the game. It is only the third time in his career that the team has lost a game when Rodgers had a Passer Rating of 125 or better; they are now 31-3 (.912) in games when Rodgers has a Passer Rating of 125 or higher. All three losses were road games.
  • Green Bay scored 21 points in the first half of the game, but could only tally three in the second half. The team is 18-6 (.750) in games since 1966 when they score 20 or more points in the first half but three or less in the second half.

Packerstats 2018: Game 9, 31-12 win over Miami Dolphins

PACKERSTATS-Game #9-2018 season

Written and Compiled by Jerry Tapp

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 31-12 win over the Miami Dolphins on November 11.

  • The Packers have now five of their last six games at home against AFC East opponents. They are 8-4 at home versus AFC teams since 2000.
  • Green Bay is 25-11 (.694 winning percentage) at home since 2000 in games that started in the afternoon (3:00 pm to 3:30 pm starts); they are 46-29 (.613) since 2000 in all games (home and road) that started in that later afternoon timeslot.
  • The Packers are now 5-10 (.333) all-time in games versus the Dolphins, although Green Bay has won five of the last seven contests played between the two franchises. Green Bay has their worst all-time winning percentage in all games (regular season and playoffs) versus the Dolphins and Jets (they are 4-8 against the Jets, also .333).
  • The four teams the Packers have beaten this year currently have a combined record of 16-22 (.421). The four teams the Packers have lost to this year are a combined 25-13 (.658).
  • Green Bay is 4-0-1 at home and 0-4 on the road. The last time the Pack went undefeated at home was in 2014 when they ran the table with an 8-0 record. The last time they went winless on the road was in 1958 when they went 0-6. The last time they won only one road game in a season was in 2005 when they went 1-7.
  • Prior to yesterday’s game, Aaron Rodgers lowest Passer Rating in regular season games was against AFC East opponents… 84.8. Second lowest was against AFC North teams at 93.8. Rodgers had a Passer Rating of 112.1 in the game, the highest PR of his career against the Dolphins (the previous two games his PR was 84.5 and 99.7)
  • Green Bay won the coin toss and is now 62-20-1 at home in games where they win the coin toss. They have won 14 of their last 18 games in Green Bay when they win the coin toss.
  • Frank Gore had 90 yards rushing on 13 carries in the game for the Dolphins. At age 35, Gore’s 90-yard rushing performance was the most by a 35-year-old (or older) running back in a regular season game versus the Packers in Packers history. Previous high was 70 yards rushing by 35-year-old Joe Perry of the Baltimore Colts in a game in 1962.
  • Green Bay had two takeaways in the game. They are now 18-8 (.692) since the 2014 season in games where they get two or more takeaways in a contest.
  • The Pack scored first in the game and is now 41-6-2 (.857) at home since 2010 in games where they score first.
  • Davante Adams had a pair of TD receptions. Green Bay is 7-0 in games when Adams has two or more TD receptions; they are 19-8-1 (.696) in games where Adams has at least one TD reception in a game.
  • Green Bay had the lead after each of the three quarters. They led 7-3 at the end of the first quarter, and are now 38-5-1 (.875) at home since 2010 when they have the lead after the first quarter… led 14-9 at halftime, and are now 42-3-1 (.924) at home since 2010 when they have the lead at halftime… led 28-12 at the end of the third quarter, and are now 43-0-1 at home since 2010 when they have the lead after the end of the third quarter.
  • Aaron Jones had 145 yards rushing on 15 carries. The 145 yards was a career-high. His career average per carry is now 6.12 yards. Of all players in NFL history that have 150 or more career carries, Jones ranks eighth all-time in yards per carry. Michael Vick tops the list with a 7.0 yards per carry average. The seven players ahead of Jones on this list: Vick, 7.0; Tavon Austin, 6.81; Bobby Douglas, 6.47; Randall Cunningham, 6.36; Black Bortles, 6.34; Greg Landry, 6.17; Colin Kaepernick, 6.13.
  • Miami placekicker Jason Sanders had four field goals in the game. There have been 44 games in Packers history where an opposing kicker made four or more field goals. Green Bay is 12-31-1 (.284) in those games. Most field goals made in a game versus the Packers is seven, made by Dallas’ Chris Boniol in a game won by Dallas 21-6 on November 18, 1996.
  • Green Bay’s defense had six sacks in the contest. They are 13-0-1 in the Mike McCarthy era (since 2006) in games where they have six or more sacks.
  • The Pack did not allow the Dolphins to score either a rushing or passing TD in the game. Since 2000, the Packers are 27-2 in games where their defense does not allow a rushing or passing TD.
  • Green Bay had 195 yards rushing in the game. Since McCarthy took over as head coach in 2006, the team is 9-1-1 in games where they compile 190 or more yards rushing in a game.
  • Green Bay is now 46-4 (.920) since 2010 in games where they score 30 points or more.
  • Miami scored only 12 points in the game. The Pack is now 25-1 since 2010 in games where their opponents score under 14 points in a game.