On Now
Coming Up
  • Thu., Nov. 26, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CST Alumni Appearance (Winters, Rivera)

    Tundra Tailgate Zone

    Frank Winters

    Club Level

    Marco Rivera

  • Thu., Nov. 26, 2015 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM CST Packers vs. Chicago Bears (Thanksgiving) Packers vs. Chicago Bears (Thanksgiving)
  • Mon., Nov. 30, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CST Salvation Army Bell-Ringing (Adams, Montgomery)

    Davante Adams and Ty Montgomery

    Monday, November 30, 2015  6:00pm – 7:00 pm  
    Salvation Army Bell-Ringing (Autograph Signing)
    Big Red Kettle
    Lambeau Field Atrium

  • Thu., Dec. 03, 2015 7:25 PM - 10:25 PM CST Packers at Detroit Lions Packers at Detroit Lions
  • Sat., Dec. 05, 2015 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CST 10th annual Festival of Lights The family-themed event, free to the public, will take place in the Lambeau Field Atrium, and feature cookie decorating, holiday movies and cartoons, holiday card making, photo opportunities with Santa Claus and area high school choirs performing holiday music.
  • Mon., Dec. 07, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CST Salvation Army Bell-Ringing (Hayward and Hyde)

    Casey Hayward and Micah Hyde

    Monday, December 7, 2015  6:00pm – 7:00 pm  
    Salvation Army Bell-Ringing (Autograph Signing)
    Big Red Kettle
    Lambeau Field Atrium

Aaron Rodgers hits 200 career TD passes; Packers-Vikings postgame notes

Posted by Duke Bobber on October 3, 2014 – 2:34 am


– The Packers improved 3-2 on the season and 2-1 in NFC North contests with a 42-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night at Lambeau Field.

– Green Bay has now won four straight Thursday night games at Lambeau Field, with the other victories coming in 2006 (Minnesota), 2011 (New Orleans) and 2012 (Chicago).

– With the win, the Packers improved to 5-0-1 against the Vikings at Lambeau Field since 2010 (including playoffs).

– By scoring the first 42 points on Thursday night and the final 24 points this past Sunday at Chicago, the Packers’ 66 unanswered points were their most since posting 69 unanswered over a two-game stretch in 2005 (last 52 vs. New Orleans on Oct. 9 and first 17 at Minnesota on Oct. 23).

– Green Bay is off to a 2-0 start at home for the fourth time in the past five seasons (2010-11, 2013-14).

– The Packers will go on the road to take on the Miami Dolphins a week from Sunday at 1 p.m. (EDT) at Sun Life Stadium. It will be Green Bay’s first visit to Miami since 2006 (Week 7).



– Tonight’s paid attendance was 78,054. It was the 303rd consecutive regular-season sellout at Lambeau Field.

– With the win, Head Coach Mike McCarthy improved to 12-4-1 (.735) against Minnesota in the regular season.

– QB Aaron Rodgers’ 11-yard TD pass to WR Davante Adams (the first of Adams’ career) was Rodgers’ 200th career TD pass. He reached that mark in his 99th career game, the second fastest in NFL history behind only Dolphins QB Dan Marino (89 games).

– Rodgers’ 66-yard TD pass to WR Jordy Nelson in the first quarter was Rodgers’ 21st of 60-plus yards since 2008, the most in the NFL over that span.

– With his 138.7 passer rating tonight, Rodgers has posted a 100-plus passer rating in nine of 12 regular-season starts against Minnesota. He has posted a 130-plus rating in six of his last seven games against the Vikings.

– Rodgers posted his fourth straight zero-interception game, his longest streak since a four-gamer in 2012 (Weeks 14-17).

– LB Julius Peppers’ 49-yard INT return for a TD in the second quarter was his 10th career interception. He became the first player in NFL history (since 1982) to register 100 career sacks (119.5) and 10 career interceptions.

– It was Peppers’ first score since a 13-yard INT return for a TD at Arizona on Nov. 1, 2009, when he was with the Carolina Panthers, and Green Bay’s first INT return for a TD since S M.D. Jennings (72 yards) at Detroit on Nov. 18, 2012.

– LB Jamari Lattimore’s second-quarter interception was the first of his career and CB Casey Hayward’s fumble recovery in the second quarter was the first of his career.

– LB Nick Perry matched his career high with two sacks (vs. Detroit, Oct. 6, 2013).

– RB Eddie Lacy posted his second career game with two rushing TDs (vs. Pittsburgh, Week 16 in 2013) and registered his fifth career 100-yard rushing game with 105 yards on 13 carries (8.1 avg.). It is Lacy’s lowest attempt total in a 100-yard rushing game and his best yards-per-carry average in a game (min. 10 attempts).

– With five punts inside the 20 tonight, P Tim Masthay brought his career total to 108 punts inside the 20. That sets a franchise record (since 1976), topping Craig Hentrich’s mark of 104.

– Masthay tied a single-game franchise record (since 1976) with the five punts inside the 20, matching his own mark set at the N.Y. Jets (Oct. 31, 2010) and David Beverly’s set vs. Chicago (Oct. 28, 1978).

– WR Randall Cobb’s 8-yard TD catch in the first quarter was his sixth TD grab of the season and his eighth in his last six regular-season games. His receiving-TD total is the best by a Packer through five games since Billy Howton posted seven TD grabs in 1956.

Tags: , ,
Posted in Packers.com Blog

Vic chats with fans after Packers-Vikings: Read the postgame transcript

Posted by Duke Bobber on October 2, 2014 – 11:56 pm

You can read the transcript of the fan chat with Vic here:

If you don’t see the chat transcript above, click here.

Tags: , ,
Posted in Packers.com Blog

News now! Packers 3-2 following 42-10 win over Vikings

Posted by Vic Ketchman, packers.com editor on October 2, 2014 – 10:28 pm


GREEN BAY–Eddie Lacy rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns, and Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes as the Packers ran and passed to an easy, 42-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night at Lambeau Field.

The win moved the Packers over .500 for the first time this season. At 3-2, the Packers moved ahead of the Chicago Bears and to within a half game of the NFC North-leading Detroit Lions. The Lions host Buffalo on Sunday.

Green Bay led the Vikings 42-0 after three quarters. The Packers next play in Miami on Oct. 12.



Posted in Packers.com Blog

News now! Packers cruising, 42-0, after three quarters

Posted by Vic Ketchman, packers.com editor on October 2, 2014 – 9:45 pm


GREEN BAY–The Packers kept their foot on the gas in the third quarter, as Eddie Lacy pounded out two touchdowns and the Packers took a 42-0 lead over the Vikings into the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s game at Lambeau Field.

Lacy scored on an 11-yard run with 10:33 to play in the third quarter, capping a six-play, 70-yard drive. With 3:42 left in the quarter, Lacy ran right tackle for 10 yards and a touchdown that capped a seven-play, 52-yard drive.

The second touchdown run put Lacy over 100 yards rushing for the first time this season.




Posted in Packers.com Blog

News now! Turnovers help Packers extend lead

Posted by Mike Spofford on October 2, 2014 – 8:54 pm


GREEN BAY — A string of turnovers by the Vikings helped the Packers double their lead to 28-0 at halftime on Thursday night at Lambeau Field.

The Packers defense extended the lead to 21-0 all by itself midway through the second quarter.

Packers DT Luther Robinson, who was signed to the active roster from the practice squad hours before kickoff, pressured Vikings QB Christian Ponder and appeared to hit his arm on a pass. The ball floated into the hands of Packers LB Julius Peppers, who ran across to the other side of the field and up the sideline for a 49-yard TD return.

It was Peppers’ first touchdown since 2009 while playing for the Panthers.

Two plays into the Vikings’ next drive, the Packers had another interception, this one by LB Jamari Lattimore, the first pick of his career. Lattimore snagged a throw on a crossing route that was behind RB Jerick McKinnon and returned it to the Minnesota 20-yard line.

The offense needed just three plays to convert that into points. After a 9-yard pass to TE Andrew Quarless, QB Aaron Rodgers hit WR Davante Adams on a slant on third-and-1 and he waltzed into the end zone for a 28-0 lead with 4:51 left in the half.

The Vikings then turned it over on a third straight possession, as RB Matt Asiata fumbled at the end of an 11-yard run and Packers CB Casey Hayward recovered.

The Packers didn’t do anything with that turnover, going three-and-out.

Posted in Packers.com Blog

News now! Packers run, pass for 14-0 lead

Posted by Vic Ketchman, packers.com editor on October 2, 2014 – 8:06 pm


GREEN BAY–Rain couldn’t douse the fire the Packers ignited in Chicago last Sunday. The Packers offense was firing on both cylinders in taking a 14-0 lead into the second quarter of Thursday night’s game against the visiting Minnesota Vikings.

After an exchange of punts, the Packers took possession at their 39 and began with an 18-yard run by Eddie Lacy. Then Lacy broke off left tackle for 29 yards to the Vikings 14, flattening a defender along the way. One more time, Lacy took the handoff, this time gaining 6. On second-and-4, Aaron Rodgers pitched an 8-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb, 7-0, with 9:39 to play in the first quarter.

The Packers defense forced a punt and Rodgers had the ball back at his 19 with 6:50 left. It took only four plays for Rodgers to fire a 66-yard touchdown pass to Jordy Nelson, who used a double move to put more than 10 yards between himself and the Vikings defender.

Meanwhile, the Vikings offense, playing without rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, was unable to mount a drive.



Posted in Packers.com Blog

Packers-Vikings inactives: It’s official – Bridgewater’s out

Posted by Duke Bobber on October 2, 2014 – 5:59 pm

The following players have been declared as inactive for Sunday night’s game between the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field.

Green Bay PackersGreen Bay Packers
11 WR Jarrett Boykin
16 QB Scott Tolzien
39 CB Demetri Goodson
54 LB Carl Bradford
58 LB Sam Barrington
72 C Garth Gerhart
93 DL Josh Boyd

57 LB Jamari Lattimore will start for 59 LB Brad Jones, who is active after missing the last three games.

Minnesota Vikings
5 QB Teddy Bridgewater
52 LB Chad Greenway
58 LB Brandon Watts
66 G David Yankey
72 G Austin Wentworth
82 TE Kyle Rudolph
95 DE Scott Crichton

7 QB Christian Ponder will start for Bridgewater, 85 TE Rhett Ellison will start for Rudolph, and 50 LB Gerald Hodges will start for Greenway.

Tags: , ,
Posted in Packers.com Blog

Bakhtiari, Matthews and House are Thursday’s captains vs. Vikings

Posted by Duke Bobber on October 2, 2014 – 3:25 pm


As per team tradition, the Packers select game captains each week.  Tonight’s captains will be T David Bakhtiari (offense), LB Clay Matthews (defense) and CB Davon House (special teams).

Tags: , , , , ,
Posted in Packers.com Blog

Sam Shields, Johnny Jolly out today; Packers-Vikings inactives

Posted by Duke Bobber on November 24, 2013 – 10:31 am

The following players have been declared as inactive for this afternoon’s game between the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field.

Green Bay PackersGreen Bay Packers
12 QB Aaron Rodgers
13 WR Chris Harper
37 CB Sam Shields
51 LB Nate Palmer
53 LB Nick Perry
67 T/G Don Barclay
97 DE Johnny Jolly

Starting lineup changes: 16 QB Scott Tolzien starts for Rodgers, 31 CB Davon House for Shields, 74 T Marshall Newhouse for Barclay, 96 LB Mike Neal for Perry and 76 DE Mike Daniels for Jolly.

Minnesota Vikings
12 QB Josh Freeman
21 CB Josh Robinson
50 LB Erin Henderson
60 G Jeff Baca
82 TE Kyle Rudolph
83 WR Rodney Smith
91 DT Chase Baker

Starting lineup changes: 29 CB Xavier Rhodes starts for Robinson, 57 LB Audie Cole for Henderson and 89 TE John Carlson for Rudolph.

Tags: , ,
Posted in Packers.com Blog

What to watch for in Sunday’s Packers-Vikings game

Posted by packers.com on November 24, 2013 – 10:00 am


– The Packers have posted at least 350 yards of offense in 12 of their last 13 regular-season games. Green Bay has registered 4,174 yards of offense this season, a 417.4-yard average that ranks No. 3 in the NFL. The Packers’ yardage total is the most in team history through 10 games.

– Green Bay has had at least one 100-yard receiver in eight of 10 games this season and ranks No. 1 in the NFL with 10 100-yard receivers on the season. The Packers need one more 100-yard receiver to tie the single-season team record set in 1995 (11).

– The Packers have allowed one sack in their last two games and 13 sacks in their last seven contests.

– Green Bay has been flagged for 16 penalties in its last four contests.

– In their last four games vs. Minnesota, Green Bay has converted 35 of 60 third-down opportunities (58.3 percent).

– RB Eddie Lacy has rushed for 645 yards since Week 5, No. 1 in the NFL over that span.

– Lacy needs one rushing TD to tie Samkon Gado (six in 2005) for the single-season franchise mark for the most rushing TDs by a rookie.

– WR Jordy Nelson needs 111 receiving yards to reach the 1,000-yard mark for the season. In his last two regular-season games against the Vikings, Nelson has caught 10 passes for 210 yards (21.0 avg.) and three TDs. He has posted a two-TD game in two of his last four games vs. Minnesota.

– Nelson has caught 17 TD passes at Lambeau Field since 2011, which is tied for the second most in the league at home over that span.

– QB Scott Tolzien has posted 619 passing yards in the last two games, the fourth most in the NFL over that span, and seven completions of 25-plus yards, tied for No. 2 in the league over that span.

– With a start today, Tolzien would become the first Packers QB other than Brett Favre or Aaron Rodgers to start back-to-back games since Don Majkowski opened the first three games in 1992.

– WR Jarrett Boykin has 410 receiving yards since Week 7, which ranks No. 8 in the NFL over that span.

– In his last two games against the Vikings, RB James Starks has rushed for 123 yards and two TDs on 22 carries (5.6 avg.). He has posted a TD run of 20-plus yards in both games (22 and 25 yards).

– LB Clay Matthews has posted at least one sack in each of his last four games against Minnesota, totaling five sacks over that span.

– LB A.J. Hawk needs two tackles to reach the 100-tackle mark for the fourth straight season. It would be his seventh 100-tackle campaign during his eight-year career.

– K Mason Crosby needs four points for his seventh consecutive 100-point season. He ranks No. 2 in franchise history for the most 100-point seasons behind only K Ryan Longwell (eight, 1997-2004). Crosby has made at least one field goal in nine consecutive games.

Tags: , ,
Posted in Packers.com Blog