– Since Mike McCarthy took over in 2006, the Packers are have a 19-8 (.704) record indoors (including playoffs). That ranks No. 2 in the NFL among teams with 10-plus road/netural dome games over that span behind only the N.Y. Jets (8-2, .800).
– The Packers have posted at least 390 yards of offense in 16 of the 27 indoor games (12-4 record in those contests) and 30-plus points in 16 of the indoor games (14-2 record).
– Green Bay ranks No. 2 in the NFL in total offense with an average of 424.4 yards per game. The Packers’ 4,668 yards this season are the most through 11 games in franchise history.
– The Packers have posted 385-plus yards of offense in nine of 11 games this season.
– Green Bay ranks No. 2 in the NFL this season with 55 plays of 20-plus yards this season, including 17 in the last three games.
– The Packers have rushed for 180-plus yards as a team in five of their last nine games. Green Bay’s 1,539 rushing yards so far this season are the fourth most by the team through 11 games since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.
– Green Bay has had at least one 100-yard receiver in eight of 11 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 three sacks in their last three games and 15 sacks in their last eight contests. Their average of 1.88 sacks allowed per game since Week 5 ranks No. 5 in the NFL over that span.
– The Packers have turned the ball over six times in their last six games.
– Green Bay’s defense has recorded 13 sacks over the last three games, which ranks No. 1 in the NFL over that span.
– RB Eddie Lacy has rushed for 755 yards over the last seven games, which ranks No. 1 in the NFL over that span.
– Lacy needs one rushing TD to set the single-season franchise mark for the most rushing TDs by a rookie. He has six on the season, which is tied with Samkon Gado (2005) for the team record.
– WR Jordy Nelson needs 53 receiving yards to reach the 1,000-yard mark for the season. He posted a career-high nine catches (later tied) for a career-best 162 yards and a career-high three TDs (later tied) vs. Detroit in the 2011 season finale.
– Nelson ranks No. 1 in the NFL with 14 catches of 25-plus yards this season. That is two shy of the top mark by a Packer since 1994 (Nelson, 16 in 2011; Greg Jennings 16 in 2010).
– WR Jarrett Boykin has 470 receiving yards since Week 7, which ranks No. 10 in the NFL over that span.
– LB Clay Matthews has posted three sacks in the last two games. He has six sacks and an interception in six career games against the Lions.Matthews needs 1.5 sacks to hit the 50-sack mark for his career.
– With 866 career points, K Mason Crosby needs nine more to set an NFL record for the most points scored by a player in his first seven seasons in the NFL (Colts K, Mike Vanderjagt, 874, 1998-2004).
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