Tapp-ing into the Numbers: 40 Packers Stats Until Opening Kickoff (No. 36)

By JERRY TAPP

Winning at home is a big part of success in the NFL. For the Packers, winning their eight games each year at Lambeau has been a source of pride for the team.

From 2010 to 2016 (the last seven seasons), NFL teams playing at home have won 56.9 percent of all regular season games (1017-770-5).  Leading the way were the New England Patriots who in the last seven years were 49-7 at home, a .875 winning percentage. Second on the list … the Green Bay Packers at 45-10-1 (.813). They were the only two teams that had a winning percentage over .800 at home from 2010-2016.

Following are the home winning percentages of each NFL team from 2010-2016.

New England .875 … Green Bay .813 … Seattle .768 … Baltimore .750 … Pittsburgh .714 … Denver .696 … Arizona .670 …  New Orleans .643 … Atlanta .625 … Cincinnati .625 … Indianapolis .625 … Kansas City .607

San Francisco .598 … Houston .589  … Minnesota .589 … Detroit .571 … New York Giants .571  … Carolina .554… New York Jets .536  … San Diego .536… Buffalo .518 … Dallas .500 … Philadelphia .500

Miami .482 … Chicago .464 … Oakland .464 … St. Louis/L.A. Rams .429 … Washington .429 … Tennessee .393 … Cleveland .357 …  Jacksonville .357 … Tampa Bay .357.

 

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