Written and Compiled by Jerry Tapp
Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 21-16 win over the Minnesota Vikings on September 15.
- The Packers are now 13-5-2 (.700) against the Vikings at Lambeau Field since 2000. They are 6-2-2 versus the Vikes at Lambeau in the last 10 contests.
- Dating to 1997, Green Bay is 5-2-1 against the Vikings in September games.
- The Pack scored first in the contest. They are 8-2-2 since 2010 versus the Vikings when they score first in the game. Green Bay is 59-19-2 (.750) since 2010 in all regular season games when they score first.
- Jamaal Williams, Aaron Jones and Geronimo Allison (pictured above) each scored TDs in the game. The Pack is 4-4 in games when Williams scores a TD; 7-5 in games when Jones scores a TD; and 3-2 in games when Allison scores a TD.
- Green Bay scored 14 points in the first quarter. Since 2000, the Pack is 36-6 (.857) in games where they tally 14 or more points in the first quarter. Green Bay has won 24 of their last 26 games when they score 14 or more points in the first quarter.
- The Packers “D” had four takeaways in the game. They have won six straight when they have four or more takeaways in a game, and have a 14-2 record (.875) since 2010 when the defense gets four or more takeaways in a game.
- Green Bay had an 11-point lead at halftime (21-10). At Lambeau Field since 2000, the Packers are 73-5-1 (.930) when they have a halftime lead of 10 points or more. They have won 24 of their last 25 games when they have a lead at halftime of 10 points or more on their home field.
- The Pack’s offense ran the ball 33 times for 144 yards. Green Bay has won 19 straight games when they run the ball 30 or more times in a game. They are 35-4-1 (.888) since 2010 in games when they run the ball 30 or more times in a game.
- Green Bay had a five-point lead going into the fourth quarter. Since 2015, the Pack is 19-0-1 in games when they have a lead of five points or more going into the fourth quarter. The last time they lost a game when they had a lead of five points or more going into the fourth quarter was in 2013.
- Minnesota’s Dalvin Cook had 154 yards rushing in the game. It was the 37th time in the Super Bowl era (since 1966) that an opposing running back had 150 or more yards rushing in a game versus the Packers. Green Bay is 9-28 (.243) in regular season games when an opposing running back has 150 or more rushing yards.
- Aaron Jones had a career-high 23 carries for the Packers in the game. He tallied 116 yards rushing, the fourth highest total in his career.
- Davante Adams had seven receptions for 106 yards. It was his 12th career 100-yard game. The Packers are 6-6 in those games.
- Aaron Rodgers had a pair of TD passes in the contest. It was the 107th game pf his career with two or more TD passes. Green Bay is 81-26 in those games. Brett Favre tops the team list with 141 games with two or more TD passes. Rodgers is tied for seventh all-time in the league; Favre ranks third on the list. Tom Brady has 167 career games with two or more TD passes, most in the NFL.
- The Packers did not score in the second half. Usually, that is not good news. They had lost eight straight games when they are scoreless in the second half, and since 2000, Green Bay is now 3-18 (.143) in games where they do not score in the second half. It was their first victory in a game where they did not score in the second half since 2011.
- Since 2010, the Pack is 85-21-2 (.796) when they score 20 or more points in a game. They rank fourth in the league since 2010 with 108 games with 20 or more points behind New England (129), New Orleans (116) and Philadelphia (110).
- Since 2010, the Pack is 44-9 (.830) when they hold their opponents under 20 points.