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Packerstats 2017: Game #9, 23-16 win over Chicago

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 23-16 win over the Chicago Bears on November 12.

  • The Packers have now won eight straight games against the Bears at Soldier Field.
  • Green Bay has held the Bears to under 20 points in 13 of their last 19 meetings. The Pack is 12-1 in those games.
  • The Packers have now won eight of their last 10 games when they score in the first quarter. Since 2010, Green Bay is 63-24-1 (.722) in games when they score points in the first quarter.
  • Mike Daniels had a sack in the contest. Green Bay is 16-3-1 (.825) when Daniels gets one of more sacks in a contest (a game with 0.5 sacks is not included in this stat).
  • Nick Perry had three sacks for the Packers in the game. He is the first player since A.J. Hawk in 2013 to have three or more sacks in a game for the Packers. Perry is the 15th Packers defender since 1982 (when sacks became an official stat) to record three or more sacks in a game.
  • The Packers “D” had five sacks in the game. They are 12-0-1 in the last 13 games when they get five or more sacks. Since 2000, the team is 31-8-1 (.788) in games where the defense records five or more sacks in a game.
  • The Packers had a 10-6 lead at halftime. They have now won 13 of their last 14 when they have a lead at halftime on the road. Since 2000, Green Bay is 55-15 (.786) in road games where they held the lead at halftime.
  • The Packers led 13-6 going into the fourth quarter. They have now won 15 straight when they have a lead on the road going into the fourth quarter.
  • Mason Crosby made three field goals in the game. Green Bay is 30-7 (.811) in the regular season in games where Crosby makes three or more field goals.
  • Davante Adams had a 19-yard TD reception in the game. It was the first TD pass for the team in the last three games.
  • Chicago Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky had a Passer Rating of 97.0. That is the sixth highest Passer Rating for a rookie QB versus the Packers. Charlie Batch holds the highest Passer Rating for a rookie QB versus the Packers; he had a 149.6 Passer Rating in 1998 in a Detroit win over Green Bay.
  • Jamaal Williams rushed 20 times for 67 yards for the Packers. He was the first Packers running back to carry the ball 20 or more times since Eddie Lacy had 24 carries in a Dec. 13, 2015 game against the Cowboys. Williams became the seventh different Green Bay running back to have 20 or more carries in a game since 2010. The other six: Cedric Benson, Ryan Grant, Alex Green, Brandon Jackson, Eddie Lacy and James Starks.
  • Brett Hundley had a 110.7 Passer Rating in the game. He becomes the 17th Green Bay QB to have a game with a Passer Rating above 100. The other 16 QBs: Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers, Lynn Dickey, Don Majkowski, Randy Wright, David Whitehurst, Matt Flynn, Scott Hunter, Anthony Dilweg, John Hadl, Blair Kiel, Craig Nall, Bart Starr, Zeke Bratkowski, Doug Pederson and Mike Tomczak.
  • The Packers rushed for 160 yards and held the Bears to only 55 yards rushing. It was the first game since 2012 that Green Bay had over 160 yards rushing and held the opposition under 60 yards in the same game (versus Arizona… the Packers had 176 yards rushing, the Cardinals had 54). The Packers have now had nine games with 160+ yards rushing and the opponents were under 60… Green Bay was 9-0 in these games.
  • For the second straight game, the Packers did not have a turnover. They have now won 11 of their last 13 when they do not commit a turnover. Since 2010, Green Bay is 37-6-1 (.852) in games where they have zero turnovers.
  • Green Bay scored on five of their 10 possessions (50.0%), the Bears scored on four of their 11 possessions (36.4%)
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Packerstats 2017: Game 8, 30-17 loss to Detroit

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 30-17 loss to the Detroit Lions on November 6.

  • The loss on Monday Night Football gives the Packers a 7-12 (.368 winning percentage) in Monday games since 2005. They are now 5-3 at home in those Monday night games since ’05.
  • Detroit QB Matthew Stafford has the most TD passes of any opposing quarterback at Lambeau Field with 17. He is followed by Fran Tarkenton with 12 and Daunte Culpepper with 10.
  • Stafford’s 132.4 Passer Rating in the game was his highest at Lambeau.
  • The Pack was held scoreless in the first quarter. They are now 21-15 (.583) since 2000 in games at Lambeau when they do not score in the first quarter.
  • They were behind 14-3 at half. Since 2000, the team is 3-14 (.176) at home when they are behind by 10 or more points at halftime.
  • Green Bay was behind by 14 points, 17-3, going into the fourth quarter. Since 2000, they are 0-12 at home when they are behind by 14 or more points going into the fourth quarter. Their last win when they were behind by 14 points or more going into the fourth quarter at home was in 1992 versus Cincinnati.
  • The Lions scored in every quarter of the game. Green Bay is 14-37-1 (.279) since 1970 when the opposition scores in every quarter in a game at Lambeau.
  • The Lions had two receivers with 100 yards in the game: Golden Tate, 113, and Marvin Jones, Jr., with 107. It was the fifth time since 2010 that an opponent had two receivers tally 100 or more yards receiving in the same game.
  • Detroit did not punt in the game. It was the fifth time since 1970 that a Packers opponent did not have to punt in a contest versus the Packers. Green Bay is now 1-4 in those games.
  • Green Bay scored 14 points in the fourth quarter, usually a good sign for the team. They are now 15-4-1 (.775) in games since 2010 when they score 14 or more points in the fourth quarter.
  • The Packers did not have a turnover in the games, another stat that is usually a good success indicator for the team. They are now 36-6-1 (.849) in games since 2010 when they do not commit a turnover.
  • Green Bay has now lost three straight when the give up 30 or more points in a home game. They are 5-14 (.263) since 2000 when the opposition scores 30 or more points in a game at Lambeau Field.
  • The Packers had only 23:05 time of possession in the contest. They are now 5-16 since 2000 in games when they have less than 24 minutes T.O.P.
  • Green Bay scored on only three of their nine possessions last night; the Lions scored on six of their eight possessions.

 

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Packerstats 2017: Game 6, 23-10 loss to Minnesota

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 23-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on October 15.

  • The Packers are now 10-8 versus the Vikings since 2000 when they are the away team. The teams have now split the last 10 games played in Minnesota.
  • Early Sunday (noon start) games have been a good thing for the Packers. They are now 33-15-1 (.684) since 2010 in games that have an early Sunday start.
  • Yesterday’s game was scoreless after the first quarter. Since 2000, Green Bay is 25-15 in games where neither team scored in the first quarter. They are, however, 11-13 since 2000 in away games where both teams were held scoreless in the first quarter.
  • Clay Matthews got his first fumble recovery since 2015 in the game. He now has five career fumble recoveries (he had three in his rookie season of 2009).
  • The Packers “D” had a pair of takeaways, usually a good sign. Since 2010, the team is 44-10 (.815) in games where the defense gets two or more takeaways.
  • The Pack was behind by four points at halftime. They are now 7-14 (.333) in away games when they trail by four points or more at halftime.
  • Through the first three quarters, the Packers had only 10 points. Since 2011, Green Bay is 2-19-1 (.114) in games where they have 10 or fewer points going into the fourth quarter.
  • Brett Hundley became the 17th Green Bay QB to throw three or more interceptions in a game in the Super Bowl era (since 1966). He is the first Packers QB with three interceptions in a game since Scott Tolzien on November 17, 2013 when he had three picks in a game versus the Giants.
  • Green Bay did not score in the second half. It was the first scoreless second half in a game since November 26, 2015 when they were held scoreless in the second half in a 17-13 loss to the Bears. The Pack has been scoreless in the second half in 17 games since 2000… they are 2-15 in those games.
  • The Packers had only 227 total yards of offense in the game. It was the fifth game since 2013 where they had fewer than 250 yards of offense in a game; they lost each of those games. Since 2000, Green Bay is now 9-14 in games where they have fewer than 250 yards of total offense in a contest.
  • With only 10 points, the Packers are now 5-21 (.192) since 2000 in games where they are held to 10 points or less in a game. They have lost six straight.
  • Since the start of the 2015 season, there have been eight opposing receivers who have caught nine or more passes in a game versus the Packers. Only one player has done it twice… Minnesota’s Adam Thielen. He had nine receptions in yesterday’s game; he had 12 in a game versus the Pack last year on Christmas Eve.

Packerstats 2017: Game 4, 35-14 win over Chicago

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 35-14 win over the Chicago Bears on September 28.

  • The Packers have now won three of their last four Thursday night games versus the Bears.
  • Davante Adams had a TD reception in the contest. Green Bay is 13-2 in games when Adams scores a TD.
  • The Pack scored 14 points in the first quarter. Since 2000, they are 34-4 (.895) in games when they score 14 or more points in the first quarter. They have won 22 straight when they tally 14 or more in the first quarter.
  • Green Bay has now won 17 of their last 19 when they get four or more takeaways in a game. They had four against the Bears.
  • The Packers held a 14-0 lead after the first quarter. They have now won seven straight when they hold the opposition scoreless in the first quarter. They are 63-8 (.887) when they hold their opponents scoreless at home since 2000.
  • Green Bay has won 33 of their last 35 games when they scored 20 or more points before halftime. They held a 21-7 lead at half.
  • The Bears missed a field goal attempt in the contest. Green Bay is 12-7 since 2012 in games when the opponents miss at least one field goal attempt.
  • Aaron Rodgers had four TD passes in the game, giving him 21 regular season games where he had four or more TD passes. The Pack is 18-3 in those games. The 21 games are tied with Dan Marino for fifth on the all-time list (Peyton Manning tops the list with 35 games with 4+ TD passes in a game). Rodgers also has two playoff games with four or more TD passes; the Packers were 1-1 in those two contests.
  • Green Bay had a 28-7 lead going into the fourth quarter. They are now 114-1 in games where they hold a 20-point or larger lead going into the final quarter. The only loss was in 1952.
  • Jordy Nelson was on the receiving end of two Rodgers TD passes in the game. Green Bay is now 15-0 in games when Nelson scores two or more TDs in a contest.
  • Green Bay scored in each quarter in the game. Since 2000, the Pack is 66-12 (.846) in games when they score in each of the four quarters. They have now won 18 straight when they score in each quarter of a game. Their last loss at home when they scored in each quarter was in 2008 to Dallas.
  • Mason Crosby had a relatively quiet evening other than kicking five extra points; he did not attempt a field goal. It was only the 22nd game in his career that he did not attempt a field goal. He has attempted a field goal in 142 of 164 regular season games for the Packers.
  • Martellus Bennett had six receptions in the contest. Bennett’s teams are 9-10 when he catches six or more passes in a game.
  • Green Bay was held to less than 200 passing yards (169 to be exact). In games since 2000 when the Pack has less than 200 yards passing, they are 44-27 (.619).
  • The Pack has now won 19 of their last 20 games when they score 30 or more points. Since 2000, the Packers are second in the league with 102 games with 30 or more points (the Patriots top the list with 117 games). Green Bay is 94-8 (.992) since 2000 when they tally 30 or more points in a game.

Packerstats 2017: Game One, 17-9 win over Seattle

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 17-9 win over the Seattle Seahawks on September 10.

  • The Pack was scoreless after the first quarter. With their win yesterday, they have now won three straight when they do not score in the first quarter. They are 10-11 since the 2012 season in games when they are held scoreless in the first quarter.
  • They were also scoreless after the first half. That is usually not good news. Prior to yesterday, Green Bay was 2-8 in their last 10 games when they did not score in the first half. They are now 5-11 since 2000 in games when they are held scoreless in the first half.
  • The Packers defense held the Seahawks to 235 total yards of offense. The Packers have now won 17 of their last 20 games when they hold the opposition under 250 total yards in a contest.
  • Green Bay had the ball for 39:13 of the 60 minutes. It was the 16th game since 1986 that the Packers had 39 or more minutes Time of Possession in a game; they are 12-4 in those games. Pittsburgh leads the NFL with 31 games with 39 of more minutes Time of Possession in a contest since ’86.
  • Randall Cobb led the Pack with nine receptions. It was his eighth career game with nine or more receptions (his career-high is 11 catches in a game). Green Bay is 7-1 in those eight games.
  • Aaron Rodgers had his 50th career 300-yard passing game (regular season games) in the game. Green Bay is 35-15 in those games. His Passer Rating for the game was a very un-Rodgerslike 86.5. The Packers are now 12-23 when Rodgers has a Passer Rating under 87 in a game that he started.
  • Ty Montgomery led the running attack with 19 carries. It was the most carries in his career. He had 16 carries versus the Bears last season on December 18.
  • The Packers had four drives yesterday of 10 plays or more, most in the league in yesterday’s games. In the four drives they punted twice, kicked a field goal, and ran out the clock to win the game.
  • Green Bay did not allow the Seahawks to score a TD in the contest. It was the Pack’s 29th straight win when they keep the opponents out of the end zone. They are 64-7 in games since 1966 (start of the Super Bowl era) in games when the opposition does not score a touchdown.
  • The Packers’ “D” allowed Seattle to convert on only three of 12 third-down plays yesterday (25%). Green Bay has now won nine of their last 12 when they hold their opponents to a third-down conversion percentage of 25% or less in a game. The Packers offense converted nine of 16 third downs (56.3%). They have now won 15 of their last 17 games when they convert 50% or more of their third downs in a game.
  • Both teams scored under 20 in the game. For the Packers, it was their 20th game since 2006 when both teams scored under 20 points in a game. Green Bay is 11-9 in those games. The Kansas City Chiefs lead the NFL with 43 games played since 2006 where both teams scored under 20 points. Green Bay ranks 28th of the 32 NFL teams in this category.

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