Packers vs. Browns: What to watch for

Posted by Duke Bobber on October 20, 2013 – 1:00 pm

* Notes written by Packers public relations

131018-mccarthy-300– The Packers have posted at least 385 yards of offense in a franchise-record eight consecutive regular-season games. That is tied with Denver for the longest current streak in the league.

– Green Bay has rushed for 135-plus yards in four consecutive games, its first time doing so since 2003 (Weeks 9-12).

– The Packers have scored 22-plus points in 18 straight games at Lambeau Field, the longest streak in franchise history.

– Green Bay has held its opponent to fewer than 85 rushing yards in each of the last three games. The Packers rank No. 1 in the NFC and No. 3 in the NFL in rushing defense this season (78.2 yards per game).

– The Packers have registered 14 sacks over its last three games, the most over a three-game span since the team posted 15 sacks in Weeks 1-3 of the 2001 season.

– Green Bay has had a 100-yard rusher in three of its last four games. The Packers are tied for No. 1 in the NFL with three 100-yard rushers this season.

– The Packers have had at least one 100-yard receiver in four of five games this season. Green Bay is tied for No. 1 in the NFL this season with six 100-yard receivers.

– Head Coach Mike McCarthy is one victory shy of tying Mike Holmgren (84 wins) for the most total wins in team history (including playoffs).

– In his last eight regular-season games, QB Aaron Rodgers has completed 196 of 298 passes (65.8 percent) for 2,644 yards (332.8 per game) and 20 TDs with four INTs for a 110.6 passer rating.

– In his last 11 games against AFC foes (including Super Bowl XLV vs. Pittsburgh), Rodgers has posted a 108.3 passer rating, connecting on 244 of 385 passes (63.4 percent) for 3,135 yards and 30 TDs with six INTs. He has posted a passer rating of 95-plus in eight of those 11 contests.

– WR Jordy Nelson has posted a 19.8-yard receiving average over his last eight regular-season games, catching 33 passes for 652 yards and six TDs.

– WR James Jones has gone over the 100-yard receiving mark in three straight home games, catching 22 passes for 405 yards (18.4 avg.) and two TDs.

– K Mason Crosby needs six points to move past K Chris Jacke (820) for No. 3 on the club’s all-time scoring list.

– P Tim Masthay needs to place two punts inside the 20 to move ahead of Josh Bidwell (85) for the No. 2 spot in team history (since 1976).


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