By JERRY TAPP
Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 34-27 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on September 26.
- Green Bay is now 10-28 (.263) since 2010 in games where it allows opponents to score 30 or more points in a game. They have lost 17 of their last 20 games when they allow 30 or more points.
- The Eagles tallied 176 yards rushing in the game. Green Bay is now 12-21-1 (.368) since 2010 in games where the opposition gains 170 or more yards rushing in a game; they have lost four of their last six games when the opponents rush for 170 or more yards in a game.
- The Packers had 491 total yards in the game. Since 2008, when Aaron Rodgers took over as the starting QB, the Pack is 11-3-1 (.767) in games when they accumulate 475 or more total yards in a game.
- The Packers defense had no sacks and no takeaways in the game. It was the first time this has happened for the Packers “D” in a game since December 18, 2011. The Packers are now 2-8 since 2000 in games when they do not have a sack or a takeaway.
- Green Bay had a pair of turnovers in the game. They are 20-29 (.408) since 2010 in games where they have two or more turnovers.
- Davante Adams had 10 catches for 180 yards. It was the eighth time in his career that he had 10 or more catches in a game (the Packers are 4-4 in those games). The 180 yards receiving were a career high. Adams has five career games where he has had 133 or more yards receiving… the Packers have lost all five of those games.
- Rodgers had 46 yards rushing in the game, the sixth most in his career. In the 10 games where Rodgers has rushed for 43 or more yards, the Pack is 2-8.
- The 422 yards passing in the game was the fifth most in Rodgers’ career. Green Bay is 5-3 in games when Rodgers passes for 400 or more yards. He attempted 53 passes, the fourth most in his career; the Packers are 2-6 in games when Rodgers throws 50 or more passes.
- Green Bay is now 12-7 (.632) in Thursday games since 2000.
- Since 2000, the Packers are now 22-15 (.595) versus the NFC East.
- With a win, Packers coach Matt LaFleur’s team would have been 4-0 for the first time since 2015.
- Green Bay won the coin toss; they are now 11-5 (.688) since 2015 in games where they won the coin toss at home.
- Green Bay is now 13-4-1 (.750) in September games since 2015. That is the third highest win percentage in September games since 2015 (New England is at .824, Kansas City is at .813). The Pack is 10-1-1 in home September games since 2015, again third best in the league. New England 9-1 (.900) and Minnesota 8-1 (.889) have the two best September home winning percentages since 2015.
- The Eagles scored 21 points in the second quarter. Green Bay is now 5-29 (.147) in their history when they allow the opponents to score 21 or more points in the second quarter of a game. Green Bay is 3-19 in these games since 1970.
- The Packers had 20 points at halftime (they were losing 21-20 at half). Scoring 20 or more points in the first half is usually good news for the Packers; they are now 58-8 (.879) since 2000 in games when they tally 20 or more points in the first half. They had won 30 straight games at Lambeau when they scored 20 or more points in the first half. They are now 41-3 (.932) since 2000 in games when they score 20 or more points in the first half of a home game.
- Carson Wentz had three TD passes for the Eagles in the game. The Pack is 15-17-1 since 2010 in games where an opposing QB has three or more TD passes.
- The game was tied 27-27 going into the fourth quarter. Green Bay is now 82-18-1 (.817) since 2000 in games where they are tied or have the lead going into the fourth quarter at Lambeau Field.