NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Lester Archambeau   74   DE 6- 4 370 Stanford         1  1 23  4 1990 Draft - 7th round
Billy Ard           67    G 6- 3 273 Wake Forest      2 10 31 15 1989 Plan B - NY Giants
Tony Bennett        90   LB 6- 2 233 Mississippi      1  1 23 14 1990 Draft - 1st round
Carl Bland          83   WR 5-11 179 Virginia Union   2  7 29 14 1989 Plan B - Detroit
Don Bracken         17    P 6- 0 218 Michigan         6  6 28 16 1985 FA
Matt Brock          62   DE 6- 4 285 Oregon           2  2 24 16 1989 Draft - 3rd round
Robert Brown        93   DE 6- 2 270 Virginia Tech    9  9 30 16 1982 Draft - 4th round
Blair Bush          51    C 6- 3 273 Washington       2 13 33 16 1989 Plan B - Seattle
LeRoy Butler        36   CB 6- 0 192 Florida State    1  1 22 16 1990 Draft - 2nd round
James Campen        63    C 6- 3 275 Tulane           2  4 26 16 1989 Plan B - N.Orleans
Chuck Cecil         26    S 6- 0 188 Arizona          3  3 25  9 1988 Draft - 4th round
Burnell Dent        56   LB 6- 1 234 Tulane           5  5 27 15 1986 Draft - 6th round
Anthony Dilweg       8   QB 6- 3 198 Duke             2  2 25  9 1989 Draft - 3rd round
Herman Fontenot     27   RB 6- 0 205 LSU              2  6 26 14 1989 Trade - Cleveland
Brent Fullwood      21   FB 5-11 209 Auburn           4  4 26  5 1987 Draft - 1st round
Tiger Greene        23   DB 6- 0 192 W. Carolina      5  6 28 16 1986 FA - Atl (1985)
Michael Haddix      35   RB 6- 1 230 Mississippi St   2  8 28 16 1989 Plan B - Philadel
Mark Hall           72   DE 6- 4 280 SW Louisiana     2  2 25  3 1989 Draft - 7th round
Ron Hallstrom       65    G 6- 6 297 Iowa             9  9 31 16 1982 Draft - 1st round
Jackie Harris       80   TE 6- 3 240 NE Louisiana     1  1 22 16 1990 Draft - 4th round
Tim Harris          97   LB 6- 5 258 Memphis State    5  5 25 16 1986 Draft - 4th round
William Harris      89   TE 6- 5 255 Bishop           1  3 25  4 1990 Plan B - Tampa Bay
Johnny Holland      50   LB 6- 2 233 Texas A&M        4  4 25 16 1987 Draft - 2nd round
Jerry Holmes        44   CB 6- 1 176 West Virginia    1  9 32 16 1990 Plan B - Detroit
Bobby Houston       60   LB 6- 2 234 Nor. Carolina St 1  1 22  1 1990 Draft - 3rd round 
Chris Jacke         13    K 6- 0 197 Texas-El Paso    2  2 24 16 1989 Draft - 6th round
Perry Kemp          81   WR 5-11 170 Califor St (PA)  3  4 28 14 1988 FA - Cleve (1987)
Blair Kiel          10   QB 6- 0 205 Notre Dame       2  5 28  3 1990 FA - GB (1988)
Mark Lee            22   CB 5-11 189 Washington      11 11 32 16 1980 Draft - 2nd round
Don Majkowski        7   QB 6- 2 208 Virginia         4  4 26  9 1987 Draft - 10th round
Tony Mandarich      77    T 6- 5 295 Michigan State   2  2 23 16 1989 Draft - 1st round
Rich Moran          57    G 6- 2 283 San Diego State  6  6 28 16 1985 Draft - 3rd round
Mark Murphy         37    S 6- 2 203 West Liberty St 10 10 32 16 1980 FA     
Bob Nelson          79   NT 6- 4 275 Miami            3  4 31 16 1988 FA - TB (1986)
Brian Noble         91   LB 6- 3 243 Arizona State    6  6 27 14 1985 Draft - 5th round
Shawn Patterson     96   DE 6- 5 265 Arizona State    3  3 25 11 1988 Draft - 2nd round
Bryce Paup          95   LB 6- 4 245 Northern Iowa    1  1 22  5 1990 Draft - 6th round
Ron Pitts           28   DB 5-10 183 UCLA             3  5 27 16 1988 FA - Buff (1987)
Jeff Query          85   WR 5-11 167 Millikin         2  2 23 16 1989 Draft - 5th round
Ken Ruettgers       75    T 6- 5 288 USC              6  6 28 11 1985 Draft - 1st round
Sterling Sharpe     84   WR 5-11 202 South Carolina   3  3 25 16 1988 Draft - 1st round
Scott Stephen       54   LB 6- 2 243 Arizona State    4  4 26 16 1987 Draft - 3rd round
Browns at Packers
August 11th
Rams at Packers
September 9th
Buccaneers at Packers
November 25th
1990 Packers Calendar
TRADES AND TRANSACTIONS
OCTOBER 9 - Traded RB Brent Fullwood to CLEVELAND for a 1991 7th-round draft pick (LB Frank Blevins).
1990 IN REVIEW
Don Majkowski, who nearly led Green Bay to the playoffs in 1989, went down in Week 10 of the 1990 season with a torn rotator cuff. The Packers would lose their last five games to end the season
6-10, and the "Majik" Man would never be the same quarterback. It was another trying year for the team and its fans. 18 players held out to start training camp due to contract problems. Four of the five
starting offensive lineman - Alan Veingrad, Ken Ruettgers, Rich Moran and Ron Hallstrom - missed 101 practices between them. Michael Haddix led Green Bay in rushing with 311 yards, the only time
in Packer history that the leading rusher did not average at least 20 yards a game. The rushing attack averaged only 85.6 yards per game, the worst ever in team history, and only rushed for five
touchdowns. Former 1st-round draft pick Brent Fullwood was traded to Cleveland in October. He had told the team he was too ill to play against the Bears on October 7th, then was seen dancing that
night at a local club.
BRENT FULLWOOD - ANOTHER 1980s BUST
Brent Fullwood's often disappointing career with the Green Bay Packers ended on October 9, 1990, when the team traded their No. 1 pick of 1987 to the Cleveland Browns for a future draft choice, a
mere 7th-rounder in 1991. Had the Packers been unable to trade Fullwood, he would have been waived. Fullwood, picked fourth overall in 1987, was just another piece of rubble in the flaming ruin that
was Green Bay’s draft record during the franchise’s long, dark night between Vince Lombardi and Brett Favre. In his best season, 1989, he ran for an uninspiring 821 yards and five touchdowns. Within
a year, he was part of the history books. During his career, which included 16-game seasons, Fullwood gained 1,702 yards and had a 3.9 yard per carry average. In 1989, the Packers took OL Tony
Mandarich over RB Barry Sanders, and as the season progressed, it was apparent Green Bay could have used Sanders. Fullwood held out of training camp in 1990 before signing a two-year, $1.07
million contract.  He then pulled himself out of the Packers' game with the Chicago Bears on after just two carries because he had a sore throat and upset stomach. Fullwood was then seen out on the
town. partying that night. Former defensive coordinator Dick Modzelewski, upon his departure from Green Bay, dismissed him as "a dud - a complete dud." 
YEAR TEAM          G ATT- YDS AVG LNG TD REC-YDS AVG LNG TD
1987  Green Bay   11  84- 274 3.3  18  5   2- 11 5.5  12  0
1988  Green Bay   14 101- 483 4.8  33T 7  20-128  6.4 30T 1
1989  Green Bay   15 204- 821 4.0  38  5  19-214 11.3 67  0
1990  Green Bay    5  44- 124 2.8  16  1   3- 17  5.7 10  0
1990  Cleveland    1  
1991  Miami        0  
TOTAL                433-1702 3.9  38 18  44-370  8.4 67  1
PLAYERS THE PACKERS PASSED ON IN 1987:
* No. 9 – Philadelphia – Jerome Brown, DT, 6-2, 294, Miami (Fla.). Comment: Until untimely death in 1992 at age 27, was among best young linemen in league, recording 29.5 sacks.
* No. 10 – Pittsburgh – Rod Woodson, CB, 6-0, 200. Purdue. Comment: Named to 75 anniversary All-NFL team, recording 71 interceptions in 18 seasons with Steelers, 49ers, Ravens and Raiders.
* No. 20 – Houston Oilers – Haywood Jeffries, WR, 6-2, 201, North Carolina State. Comment: Productive receiver during 10 seasons with Oilers and Saints, once leading NFL with 100 receptions and finishing with 535 catches for 50 touchdowns.
NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Darrell Thompson    39   FB 6- 0 215 Minnesota        1  1 22 16 1990 Draft - 1st round
Keith Uecker        70    G 6- 5 295 Auburn           5  7 30 13 1984 FA - Denver (1983)
Alan Veingrad       73    T 6- 5 281 East Texas State 4  4 27 16 1986 FA
Clarence Weathers   87   WR 5- 8 182 Delaware State   1  8 28 14 1990 Plan B - Kan City
Mike Weddington     52   LB 6- 4 243 Oklahoma         5  5 29  6 1986 FA - NJ (USFL)
Ed West             86   TE 6- 1 240 Auburn           7  7 29 16 1984 FA
Charles Wilson      88   WR 5- 9 174 Memphis State    1  1 22 15 1990 Draft - 5th round
Blaise Winter       68   DE 6- 3 282 Syracuse         3  6 28 13 1988 FA - SD (1987)
Jerry Woods         29    S 5- 8 193 North. Michigan  1  2 24 16 1990 FA - Det (1989)
Keith Woodside      33   RB 5-11 200 Texas A&M        3  3 26 16 1988 Draft - 3rd round
Vince Workman       46   RB 5-10 195 Ohio State       2  2 22 15 1989 Draft - 5th round
1990 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD
NAME                NO   POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PRO AGE  G HOW ACQUIRED
Steve Avery               RB 6- 1 225 Northern Michigan               FA
Craig Hudson              TE          Wisconsin                       FA - Kansas City
Pete Shorts               DE          Illinois State                  FA
Bold Italics - Made Active Roster
NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age on September 1 G - Games  Played FA - Free Agent
1990 PACKERS DRAFT (April 22-23, 1990)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1a   18 Tony Bennett         LB Mississippi   (A) 
1b   19 Darrell Thompson     RB Minnesota 
2    48 LeRoy Butler         DB Florida State 
3    75 Bobby Houston        LB N.Carolina St
4   102 Jackie Harris        TE NE Louisiana 
5   132 Charles Wilson       WR Memphis State 
6   159 Bryce Paup           LB Northern Iowa 
7   186 Lester Archambeau    DE Stanford 
8   215 Roger Brown          CB Virginia Tech 
9   242 Kirk Baumgartner     QB UW-Stevens Pt
10  269 Jerome Martin         S W. Kentucky   
11  299 Harry Jackson        FB St. Cloud St
12  325 Kirk Maggio           P UCLA
A-From Cleveland in 1989 draft-day trade
Bold - Played for the Green Bay Packers
PLAN B FREE AGENCY
PLAYERS SIGNED (*-Players made squad)  - LB Aaron Chubb, LB Greg Clark, DE James Cribbs, TE Donnie Dee, RB Paul Frazier, *TE William Harris, P Dale Hatcher, *CB Jerry Holmes, WR Flip Johnson, LB M.L. Johnson, DL Shawn Miller, *WR Clarence Weathers, C/G George Yarno
PLAYERS LOST - WR Aubrey Matthews (Detroit), S Ken Stills (Minnesota)
(GREEN BAY) - Jerry Kauric kicked four field goals and Van Waiters set up two scores with an interception and fumble recovery for the Browns against the Packers. The Browns' Ellis Dillahunt intercepted a pass by Green Bay's Mike Norseth on the final play of the game and returned it 95 yards for a touchdown. Kauric, kicking after Matt Bahr suffered a dislocated finger and twisted knee on a roughing-the-kicker penalty against the Packers, kicked two field goals in each half. The Browns were without their three top linebackers, while the Pack played without holdouts Ron Hallstrom, Ken Ruettgers and Rich Moran.
CLEVELAND -  7  6  3  9 - 25
GREEN BAY -  0  7  0  3 - 10
                       CLEVELAND     GREEN BAY
First downs                   17            24
Rush-yards                41-125        18-118
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 12-24-168-1-1 19-45-204-0-2
Yards sacked                2-13           0-0
Total Passing Yards          155           204
Total yards                  280           322
Fumbles-lost                 2-0           2-2
Turnovers                      1             4
Yards penalized             9-77          9-88
Time of Possession         33:14         26:46
SCORING
1st - CLE - Kevin Sprinkles, 2-yard pass from Bernie Kosar (Matt Bahr kick) CLEVELAND 7-0
2nd - CLE - Jerry Kauric, 29-yard field goal CLEVELAND 10-0
2nd - CLE - Kauric, 23-yard field goal CLEVELAND 13-0
2nd - GB - Dilweg, 7-yard run (Jacke kick) CLEVELAND 13-7
3rd - CLE - Kauric, 19-yard field goal CLEVELAND 16-7
4th - GB - Jacke, 36-yard field goal CLEVELAND 16-10
4th - CLE - Kauric, 23-yard field goal CLEVELAND 19-10
4th - CLE - Ellis Dillahunt, 95-yard interception return (No kick) CLEVELAND 25-10
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Brent Fullwood 6-38, Mike Norseth 3-28, Darrell Thompson 4-24, Anthony Dilweg 2-19 1 TD, Michael Haddix 3-9
CLEVELAND - Derrick Gainer 15-42, Nuu Faaola 6-31, Leory Hoard 6-19, Kevin Mack 4-16, Eric Metcalf 2-11, Tim Manoa 3-4, Bernie Kosar 1-2,  Barry Redden 3-0, Mike Pagel 1-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 26-12-112 1 INT, Blair Kiel 11-4-49, Mike Norseth 8-3-43 1 INT
CLEVELAND - Bernie Kosar 7-3-40 1 TD 1 INT, Mike Pagel 17-9-128
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Jeff Query 5-38, Charles Wilson 3-55, Sterling Sharpe 2-30, Clarence Weathers 2-22, Carl Bland 2-15, John Spagnola 1-16, Brent Fullwood 1-12, Steve Avery 1-12, Flip Johnson 1-6, Keith Woodside 1-(-2)
CLEVELAND - Mike Oliphant 2-33, Brian Brennan 2-21, John Talley 1-48, Reggie Langhorne 1-29, Kerry Simien 1-12, Ozzie Newsome 1-9, Scott Galbraith 1-8, Tim Manoa 1-7, Kevin Sprinkles 1-2 1 TD, Leroy Hoard 1-(-1)
(GREEN BAY) - Anthony Dilweg, given the chance to play by Don Majkowski's 45-day holdout, passed for three touchdowns in his first NFL start, leading the Packers past the Rams 36-24. Dilweg twice passed to TE Ed West for touchdowns, the second from seven yards with 11:43 to play. That capped a nine-play, 80-yard drive and put the Packers ahead 27-17. Three plays later, Henry Ellard fumbled after a pass reception and Green Bay's Jerry Holmes picked it up and ran 33 yards to the Los Angeles 4. Brent Fullwood's 2-yard touchdown run put the Packers ahead 33-17. But Jim Everett then completed five passes in an 80-yard drive that took just under three minutes. He capped it with a 2-yard toss to Pete Holohan, bringing the Rams within 33-24 with 8:11 left. The Packers, behind Dilweg, then chewed up seven minutes with another long drive. Chris Jacke hit a 51-yard field goal, but the Rams were called for unsportsmanklike conduct on the play, giving the Packers a first down at the Rams' 18. With 1:06 to play, Jacke kicked a 40-yarder for the game's final points. Dilweg, completed 20 of 32 passes for 248 yards, including a 47-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Query to give the Packers a 17-14 lead with 1:35 left in the first half.
LA RAMS   -  7  7  3  7 - 24
GREEN BAY -  0 17  3 16 - 36
                         LA RAMS     GREEN BAY
First downs                   18            18
Rush-yards-TDs           24-87-1       29-95-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 24-40-340-2-2 20-32-248-3-0
Sacked-yards                3-19          2-10
Net pass yards               321           238
Total yards                  408           333
Fumbles-lost                 5-3           2-1
Turnovers                      5             1
Penalties-yards             6-33          3-25
SCORING
1st - LA - Curt Warner, 6-yard run (Mike Lansford kick) LA RAMS 7-0
2nd - GB - West, 4-yard pass from Dilweg (Jacke kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - GB - Jacke, 26-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-7
2nd - LA - Flipper Anderson, 40-yd pass from Jim Everett (Lansford kick) LA RAMS 14-10
2nd - GB - Query, 47-yard pass from Dilweg (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 17-14
3rd - GB - Jacke, 53-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-14
3rd - LA - Lansford, 41-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-17
4th - GB - West, 7-yard pass from Dilweg (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 27-17
4th - GB - Fullwood, 2-yard run (Kick failed) GREEN BAY 33-17
4th - LA - Pete Holohan, 2-yard pass from Everett (Lansford kick) GREEN BAY 33-24
4th - GB - Jacke, 40-yard field goal GREEN BAY 36-24
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Vince Workman 5-40, Brent Fullwood 16-27 1 TD, Anthony Dilweg 5-24, Michael Haddix 3-4
LA RAMS - Curt Warner 13-47 1 TD, Buford McGee 3-13, Robert Delpino 2-13, Gaston Green 5-12, Jim Everett 1-2
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 32-20-248 3 TD
LA RAMS - Jim Everett 40-24-340 2 TD 2 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Perry Kemp 6-48, Ed West 3-61 2 TD, Michael Haddix 3-26, Brent Fullwood 3-17, Jeff Query 2-66 1 TD, Sterling Sharpe 2-24, Clarence Weathers 1-6
LA RAMS - Henry Ellard 6-106, Pete Holohan 6-44 1 TD, Flipper Anderson 5-128 1 TD, Aaron Cox 2-36, Buford McGee 2-10, Pat Carter 2-6, Robert Delpino 1-10
1990 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (1-3)
AUGUST (1-3)                            RESULT      RECORD    ATT STARTING QB             LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
11 G-CLEVELAND BROWNS                  L 10-25      0- 1-0 52,625 Anthony Dilweg          Brent Fullwood (38)         Anthony Dilweg (112)        Jeff Query (5-38)
18 MADISON-NEW ORLEANS SAINTS          W 27-13      1- 1-0 47,848 Anthony Dilweg          Query/H. Jackson (32)       Anthony Dilweg (161)        Carl Bland (4-42)
25 M-ATLANTA FALCONS                   L 14-17      1- 2-0 51,609 Anthony Dilweg          Michael Haddix (19)         Anthony Dilweg (218)        Flip Johnson (3-30)
31 at Kansas City Chiefs               L 14-27      1- 3-0 42,806 Anthony Dilweg          Darrell Thompson (26)       Anthony Dilweg (292)        Carl Bland (3-43)
1990 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (6-10)
SEPTEMBER (2-2)
9  G-LOS ANGELES RAMS (0-0)            W 36-24      1- 0-0 57,685 Anthony Dilweg          Vince Workman (40)          Anthony Dilweg (248)        Perry Kemp (6-48)
16 G-CHICAGO BEARS (1-0)               L 13-31      1- 1-0 58,938 Anthony Dilweg          Keith Woodside (40)         Anthony Dilweg (149)        Clarence Weathers (6-62)
23 G-KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (1-1)          L  3-17      1- 2-0 58,817 Don Majkowski           Brent Fullwood (47)         Don Majkowski (171)         Herman Fontenot (6-60)
30 at Detroit Lions (1-2)              W 24-21      2- 2-0 64,509 Don Majkowski           Don Majkowski (88)          Don Majkowski (289)         Sterling Sharpe (6-62)
OCTOBER (1-2)
7  at Chicago Bears (3-1)              L 13-27      2- 3-0 59,929 Don Majkowski           Don Majkowski (15)          Don Majkowski (211)         Sterling Sharpe (5-129)
14 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-2)       L 14-26      2- 4-0 67,472 Don Majkowski           Michael Haddix (21)         Don Majkowski (355)         Sterling Sharpe (7-139)
21 Bye Week
28 M-MINNESOTA VIKINGS (1-4)           W 24-10      3- 4-0 55,125 Don Majkowski           Keith Woodside (48)         Don Majkowski (203)         Perry Kemp (5-83)
NOVEMBER (3-1)
4  G-SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (7-0)         L 20-24      3- 5-0 58,835 Don Majkowski           Michael Haddix (31)         Don Majkowski (274)         Sterling Sharpe (4-80)
11 at Los Angeles Raiders (6-2)        W 29-16      4- 5-0 50,855 Don Majkowski           Michael Haddix (69)         Don Majkowski (195)         Perry Kemp (4-80)
18 at Phoenix Cardinals (2-7)          W 24-21      5- 5-0 46,878 Don Majkowski           Anthony Dilweg (50)         Don Majkowski (143)         Sterling Sharpe (10-157)
25 M-TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (4-7)        W 20-10      6- 5-0 53,677 Anthony Dilweg          Darrell Thompson (59)       Anthony Dilweg (199)        Sterling Sharpe (4-59)
DECEMBER (0-5)
2  at Minnesota Vikings (5-6)          L  7-23      6- 6-0 62,058 Anthony Dilweg          Darrell Thompson (17)       Anthony Dilweg (172)        Sterling Sharpe (4-93)
9  M-SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (6-6)            L 14-20      6- 7-0 52,015 Anthony Dilweg          Michael Haddix (10)         Blair Kiel (198)            Jeff Query (6-57)
16 at Philadelphia Eagles (7-6)        L  0-31      6- 8-0 65,627 Anthony Dilweg          Michael Haddix (31)         Anthony Dilweg (74)         Jeff Query (4-41)
22 G-DETROIT LIONS (5-9)               L 17-24      6- 9-0 46,700 Blair Kiel              Michael Haddix (32)         Blair Kiel (239)            Ed West (7-103)
30 at Denver Broncos (4-11)            L 13-22      6-10-0 46,943 Anthony Dilweg          Darrell Thompson (63)       Anthony Dilweg (232)        Sterling Sharpe (5-75)
G - Green Bay M - Milwaukee
(MADISON) - Anthony Dilweg put some pressure on holdout Don Majkowski, passing for 161 yards in one half as the Packers beat the Saints. The second-year quarterback, starting for the Packers during their salary impasse with Majkowski, completed 12-of-17 passes and was 5-of-7 for 44 yards during a 93-yard second period drive that gave them the lead for good. The drive was capped with Jeff Query's 32-yard run for a TD on a reverse. Dilweg also ran 3 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter after completions of 27 and 26 yards. Linebacker Burnell Dent scored the final TD, returning a Dave Wilson fumble 50 yards and Chris Jacke had 52-yard and 25-yard field goals for Green Bay, which evened its record at 1-1 in the game played at Madison, Wis. Tommy Kramer, signed last week by the Saints, hooked up with Brett Perriman on a 74-yard touchdown play and Morten Andersen had two field goals.
NEW ORLEANS -  3 10  0  0 - 13
GREEN BAY   -  7  7 10  3 - 27
                     NEW ORLEANS     GREEN BAY
First downs                   16            23
Rush-yards                 21-83        27-122
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 20-30-283-1-0 18-31-240-0-0
Yards sacked                2-14           1-4
Total Passing Yards          269           236
Total yards                  352           358
Fumbles-lost                 4-2           0-0
Turnovers                      2             0
Yards penalized             9-53          8-62
Time of Possession         27:34         32:26
SCORING
1st - NO - Morten Anderson, 32-yard field goal NEW ORLEANS 3-0
1st - GB - Dilweg, 3-yard run (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - NO - Brett Perriman, 74-yd pass from Tommy Kramer (Anderson kick) NEW ORLEANS 10-7
2nd - GB - Query, 32-yard run (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 14-10
2nd - NO - Anderson, 22-yard field goal GREEN BAY 14-13
3rd - GB - Jacke, 53-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-13
3rd - GB - Dent, 50-yard fumble return (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 24-13
4th - GB - Jacke, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 27-13
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Jeff Query 1-32 1 TD, Harry Jackson 6-32, Anthony Dilweg 3-19 1 TD, Blair Kiel 2-11, Vince Workman 2-10, Darrell Thompson 4-8, Michael Haddix 4-7, Damon Stell 2-4, Steve Avery 1-0, Keith Woodside 2-(-1)
NEW ORLEANS - Craig Heyward 10-42, Dalton Hilliard 4-18, Rueben Mayes 3-16, John Fourcade 1-6, Dave Wilson 2-1, Jason Garrett 1-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 17-12-161, Blair Kiel 13-6-79, Kirk Baumgartner 1-0-0
NEW ORLEANS - John Fourcade 14-9-123, Tommy Kramer 2-1-74 1 TD, Dave Wilson 6-6-41, Mike Buck 4-2-13
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Carl Bland 4-42, Sterling Sharpe 3-51, Flip Johnson 2-41, Clarence Weathers 2-40, Darrell Thompson 2-10, Jeff Query 1-20, Perry Kemp 1-17, Michael Haddix 1-9, Vince Workman 1-5, Paul Frazier 1-5
NEW ORLEANS - Brett Perriman 4-119 1 TD, Eric Martin 4-57, Gerald Alphin 3-30, Charles Arbuckle 3-16, Dalton Hilliard 2-1, Lonzell Hill 1-29, Hoby Brenner 1-11, Floyd Turner 1-9, Craig Heyward 1-3
(MILWAUKEE) - Chris Miller passed 54 yards to George Thomas for a touchdown and Steve Broussard ran 71 yards for another Saturday night as the Falcons beat the Packers. The Falcons, 3-0 under first-year coach Jerry Glanville, are having their best preseason start ever. Atlanta led 10-7 at halftime before Miller teamed with Thomas with 4:31 left in the third quarter. Packers quarterback Mike Norseth hit Clarence Weathers with a 60-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the fourth quarter, cutting the lead to 17-14 with 14:52 left. On the next series, the Packers' Tony Bennett apparently recovered a fumble by Atlanta quarterback Gilbert Renfroe. But the play, which included a return to the Falcons' 4, was overruled by video replay. The Packers (1-2) also had an interception by Scott Stephen deep in Falcon territory overruled by replay in the first quarter. Green Bay reached the Atlanta 39 with one minute left in the game, but two sacks and two penalties knocked the Packers out of field goal range.
ATLANTA   -  0 10  7  0 - 17
GREEN BAY -  7  0  0  7 - 14
                         ATLANTA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   16            21
Rush-yards                27-153         14-45
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 23-31-251-1-1 19-45-320-1-2
Yards sacked                2-18          8-58
Total Passing Yards          233           262
Total yards                  386           307
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           2-0
Turnovers                      2             2
Yards penalized           13-110          6-35
Time of Possession         31:17         28:43
SCORING
1st - GB - Thompson, 2-yard run (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - ATL - Steve Broussard, 71-yard run (Greg Davis kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - ATL - Davis, 47-yard field goal ATLANTA 10-7
3rd - ATL - George Thomas, 54-yard pass from Chris Miller (Davis kick) ATLANTA 17-7
4th - GB - Weathers, 60-yard pass from Norseth (Jacke kick) ATLANTA 17-14
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Michael Haddix 6-19, Mike Norseth 2-14, Paul Frazier 3-5, Vince Workman 1-4, Darrell Thompson 2-3 1 TD
ATLANTA - Steve Broussard 6-89 1 TD, Undra Johnson 8-28, Chris Miller 3-22, John Settle 2-8, Tracy Johnson 2-4, Mike Pringle 4-3, James Primus 1-0, Scott Campbell 1-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 28-13-218 1 INT, Blair Kiel 4-2-23 1 INT, Mike Norseth 13-4-79 1 TD
ATLANTA - Chris Miller 24-18-209 1 TD 1 INT, Gilbert Renfroe 3-2-6, Scott Campbell 4-3-36
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Flip Johnson 3-30, Jeff Query 2-52, Jackie Harris 2-46, Keith Woodside 2-29, Vince Workman 2-30, Clarence Weathers 1-60 1 TD, Sterling Sharpe 1-13, Charles Wilson 1-12, Steve Avery 1-11, William Harris 1-10, Darrell Thompson 1-8, Michael Haddix 1-7, Paul Frazier 1-4
ATLANTA - Troy Sadowski 4-55, Andre Rison 4-52, Michael Haynes 4-37, George Thomas 2-58 1 TD, Floyd Dixon 2-15, Steve Broussard 2-9, James Primus 2-6, Shawn Collins 1-9, Mike Pringle 1-6, John Settle 1-4
(KANSAS CITY) - Derrick Thomas, Chris Martin and Leonard Griffin scored second-quarter touchdowns off Anthony Dilweg's turnovers, leading Kansas City. Dilweg's nightmare got started when Thomas stripped him of the ball on the third play of the second period. Thomas, the 1989 AFC defensive rookie of the year, picked up the ball on the Green Bay 13-yard line, circled left and sped to the corner of the end zone for a 10-0 lead. With about four minutes left in the quarter, Martin sacked Dilweg for a 14-yard loss and knocked the ball free. Griffin, a 272-pound defensive end, scooped it up and rumbled 45 yards for a touchdown as Thomas made a key block near the goal line. Dilweg, filling in while regular quarterback Don Majkowski sits out in a contract dispute, tried another pass on the second play of the ensuing drive. But Martin, an outside linebacker, stepped in front of intended receiver Darrell Thompson and ran 29 yards untouched.
GREEN BAY   -  0  0  0 14 - 14
KANSAS CITY -  3 21  0  3 - 27
                       GREEN BAY   KANSAS CITY
First downs                   20            14
Rush-yards                 18-59        32-121
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 25-37-292-1-4 15-23-147-0-0
Yards sacked                5-34           0-0
Total Passing Yards          258           147
Total yards                  317           268
Fumbles-lost                 4-2           1-1
Turnovers                      6             1
Yards penalized              1-5          4-30
Time of Possession         30:43         29:17
SCORING
1st - KC - Nick Lowery, 47-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 3-0
2nd - KC - Derrick Thomas, 13-yard fumble recovery return (Lowery kick) KANSAS CITY 10-0
2nd - KC - Leonard Griffin, 45-yard fumble recovery return (Lowery kick) KANSAS CITY 17-0
2nd - KC - Chris Martin, 29-yard interception return (Lowery kick) KANSAS CITY 24-0
4th - GB - Thompson, 7-yard run (Jacke kick) KANSAS CITY 24-7
4th - KC - Lowrey, 38-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 27-10
4th - GB - William Harris, 16-yard pass from Dilweg (Jacke kick) KANSAS CITY 27-14
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Darrell Thompson 6-26 1 TD, Michael Haddix 8-19, Paul Frazier 1-11, Keith Woodside 1-2, Vince Workman 1-2, Anthony Dilweg 1-(-1)
KANSAS CITY - Barry Word 10-57, Bill Jones 3-28, Christian Okoye 6-17, Kenny Gamble 4-12, James Saxon 4-5, Todd McNair 3-4, Steve DeBerg 2-(-2)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 37-25-292 1 TD 4 INT
KANSAS CITY - Steve DeBerg 16-9-99, Mike Elkins 7-6-48
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Carl Bland 3-43, Michael Haddix 3-16, William Harris 2-46 1 TD, Jeff Query 2-42, Charles Wilson 2-34, Vince Workman 2-23, Perry Kemp 2-23, Clarence Weathers 2-20, Darrell Thompson 2-13, Paul Frazier 2-12, Jackie Harris 1-9, Ed West 1-6, Keith Woodside 1-5
KANSAS CITY - Danta Whitaker 2-39, Robb Thomas 2-23, Jonathan Hayes 2-15, James Saxon 2-6, Kenny Gamble 1-15, Pete Mandley 1-11, Todd McNair 1-11, Christian Okoye 1-10, Stephone Paige 1-6, Emile Harry 1-6, Bill Jones 1-5
Today’s installment of “Packerville” focuses on the 1990 Green Bay Packers Yearbook, which features quarterback Don Majkowski about to be throttled after getting rid of the ball in a preseason game with the New York Jets on August 12, 1989 in Milwaukee. The Packers won that game 28-27. Because they were coming off a 4-12 season in 1988, there were only 22,931 “fans” in the seats. Your Packerville editor was one of them. Compared to the 55,000+ fans who would attend games in Milwaukee’s County Stadium a few years later when they were a “winning” team, this was an embarrassing time. But, after the 1989 10-6 season that was described in detail in our last installment, hopes were high in 1990 that the team would make the playoffs, right? Wrong. The man on the cover held out for more money in 1990, and then sustained an ankle injury in the tenth game at Arizona. Because of Majkowski’s holdout, backup quarterback Anthony Dilweg (grandson of early days’ Packer legend Lavvie Dilweg [1927-1934]) started the first two regular season games. Majkowski then took back the reigns in week three. Dilweg started the next four of five games after Majkowski’s injury, with third-stringer Blair Kiel starting the other game — a week 15 game with the Lions in Green Bay. Majkowski led the team in passing in 1990, racking up 1,925 yards on 264 completions, with 10 TD’s and 12 INT’s. Dilweg’s numbers were 1,267 yards on 192 completions, with 8 TD’s and 7 INT’s. Michael Haddix led the rushing effort with 311 — that’s not a typo — yards on 98 carries and no TD’s. Once again, Sterling Sharpe led the receivers with 67 catches for 1,105 yards and 6 TD’s. (SOURCE: Packerville, USA)
(GREEN BAY) - Jim Harbaugh passed for two touchdowns and ran for another, and rookie Trace Armstrong and Richard Dent had two sacks apiece for a relentless Chicago defense. The Bears sacked Anthony Dilweg six times and recovered three fumbles - two by Dilweg - that led to touchdowns. Armstrong also recovered a fumble. Don Majkowski, a training-camp holdout, made his debut by replacing Dilweg with 6:54 left. Harbaugh had scoring passes of 40 yards to Ron Morris and 16 to Neal Anderson, giving the Bears a 21-13 lead in the third period. Anderson also scored on a 1-yard run. Keith Woodside scored on a 10-yard run for the Packers, who got two 37-yard field goals from Chris Jacke.
CHICAGO   -  0 17  7  7 - 31
GREEN BAY -  7  3  3  0 - 13
                         CHICAGO     GREEN BAY
First downs                   18            18
Rush-yards-TDs          41-146-2       15-81-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 11-16-161-2-1 22-40-233-0-2
Sacked-yards                 2-4          6-44
Net pass yards               157           189
Total yards                  303           270
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           6-3
Turnovers                      1             5
Penalties-yards             6-35          3-27
SCORING
1st - GB - Woodside, 10-yard run (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - CHI - Kevin Butler, 41-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - CHI - Neal Anderson, 1-yard run (Butler kick) CHICAGO 10-7
2nd - CHI - Jim Harbaugh, 2-yard run (Butler kick) CHICAGO 17-7
2nd - GB - Jacke, 37-yard field goal CHICAGO 17-10
3rd - CHI - Ron Morris, 40-yard pass from Harbaugh (Butler kick) CHICAGO 24-10
3rd - GB - Jacke, 37-yard field goal CHICAGO 24-13
4th - CHI - Anderson, 16-yard pass from Harbaugh (Butler kick) CHICAGO 31-13
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Keith Woodside 7-40 1 TD, Anthony Dilweg 1-22, Brent Fullwood 4-10, Michael Haddix 3-9
CHICAGO - Neil Anderson 21-71 1 TD, Brad Muster 5-19, Johnny Bailey 3-17, James Rouse 5-14, Dennis Gentry 1-9, Jim Harbaugh 3-8 1 TD, Mark Green 2-6, Mike Tomczk 1-2
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 28-14-149 1 INT, Don Majkowski 12-8-84 1 INT
CHICAGO - Jim Harbaugh 14-11-161 2 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Clarence Weathers 6-62, Sterling Sharpe 4-57, Jeff Query 4-50, Perry Kemp 3-35, Herman Fontenot 3-14, Keith Woodside 2-15
CHICAGO - Neal Anderson 4-35 1 TD, Dennis Gentry 3-42, Wendell Davis 2-21, Ron Moris 1-40 1 TD, James Thornton 1-23
(GREEN BAY) - Christian Okoye ran 5 yards for a second-quarter touchdown, and Stan Petry returned an interception 33 yards for another score with three minutes left as the Chiefs used a dominating defense to beat the Green Bay Packers 17-3. The Chiefs also recovered two fumbles, sacked Don Majkowski six times in his first start of the season and blocked a punt. Albert Lewis made his seventh career punt block and Louis Cooper picked up the ball and returned to Packers' 5 with 12:09 left in the game. Majkowski wound up 19-for-31 for 171 yards and two interceptions for Green Bay. It was the first time since 1971 that Green Bay had played three straight home games to start a season.
KANSAS CITY -  0  7  0 10 - 17
GREEN BAY   -  0  3  0  0 -  3
                     KANSAS CITY     GREEN BAY
First downs                   14            17
Rush-yards-TDs          34-153-1      26-121-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT  9-21-127-0-0 19-31-171-0-2
Sacked-yards                 1-9          6-35
Net pass yards               118           136
Total yards                  271           257
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           2-2
Turnovers                      1             4
Penalties-yards           11-103          6-46
SCORING
2nd - GB - Jacke, 46-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - KC - Christian Okoye, 5-yard run (Nick Lowery kick) KANSAS CITY 7-3
4th - KC - Lowery, 20-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 10-3
4th - KC - Stan Petry, 33-yard interception return (Lowery kick) KANSAS CITY 17-3
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Brent Fullwood 13-47, Don Majkowski 6-46, Keith Woodside 3-14, Michael Haddix 3-14, Darrell Thompson 1-0
KANSAS CITY - Christian Okoye 23-122 1 TD, Barry Word 6-29, Kelly Goodburn 1-5, Steve DeBerg 4-(-3)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Don Majkowski 31-19-171 2 INT
KANSAS CITY - Steve DeBerg 21-9-127
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Herman Fontenot 6-60, Sterling Sharpe 3-35, Clarence Weathers 3-30, Keith Woodside 3-18, Perry Kemp 2-14, Jeff Query 1-13, Ed West 1-1
KANSAS CITY - Emile Harry 3-32, Robb Thomas 2-38, Stephone Paige 2-27, Pete Mandley 1-24, Barry Word 1-6
(DETROIT) - Don Majkowski rallied Green Bay for two fourth-quarter touchdowns, and Detroit's Eddie Murray missed his fourth field goal with three seconds to play as the Packers beat the Lions 24-21. Majkowski, just hitting his stride after a lengthy contract holdout, completed 28 of 46 passes for 289 yards for Green Bay. Rodney Peete completed 17 of 34 for 200 yards and one touchdown. He also scored one on a 7-yard run for Detroit. Peete tossed a 4-yard TD to Robert Clark, and Barry Sanders, who gained 94 yards on 20 carries, had a 3-yard scoring run. Majkowski hit Ed West with a 3-yard TD, Michael Haddix with a 4- yarder and Jeff Query from 26 yards out with the winning toss.
GREEN BAY -  0 10  0 14 - 24
DETROIT   -  7  7  7  0 - 21
                       GREEN BAY       DETROIT
First downs                   24            21
Rush-yards-TDs          21-143-0      26-144-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 28-46-289-3-0 17-34-200-1-0
Sacked-yards                4-20           1-6
Net pass yards               269           194
Total yards                  412           338
Fumbles-lost                 2-2           0-0
Turnovers                      2             0
Penalties-yards            10-60          7-93
SCORING
1st - DET - Robert Clark, 4-yd pass from Rodney Peete (Eddie Murray kick) DETROIT 7-0
2nd - GB - Jacke, 34-yard field goal DETROIT 7-3
2nd - GB - West, 3-yard pass from Majkowski (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
2nd - DET - Barry Sanders, 3-yard run (Murray kick) DETROIT 14-10
3rd - DET - Peete, 7-yard run (Murray kick) DETROIT 21-10
4th - GB - Haddix, 4-yard pass from Majkowski (Jacke kick) DETROIT 21-17
4th - GB - Query, 26-yard pass from Majkowski (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 24-21
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Don Majkowski 8-88, Brent Fullwood 9-43, Keith Woodside 2-8, Michael Haddix 1-3, Darrell Thompson 1-1
DETROIT - Barry Sanders 20-94 1 TD, Rodney Peete 6-50 1 TD
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Don Majkowski 46-28-289 3 TD
DETROIT - Rodney Peete 34-17-200 1 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 6-62, Keith Woodside 5-31, Perry Kemp 4-56, Clarence Weathers 3-46, Herman Fontenot 3-26, Jeff Query 2-35 1 TD, Ed West 2-17 1 TD, Michael Haddix 2-8 1 TD, Jackie Harris 1-8
DETROIT - Robert Clark 6-60 1 TD, Terry Greer 4-76, Richard Johnson 4-43, Barry Sanders 1-11, Jason Phillips 1-9, Aubrey Matthews 1-2
(CHICAGO) - Mike Tomczak's 6-yard touchdown run on a bootleg play and field goals of 50 and 51 yards by Kevin Butler led the Chicago Bears to a 27-13 victory over the Green Bay Packers. Neal Anderson, who rushed 21 times for 141 yards, set up the clinching touchdown with 2:56 left on a 52-yard run, with Tomczak passing to Cap Boso for two yards and the score. Coupled with Tampa Bay's 14-10 loss to Dallas, the Bears took over sole possession of first place in the Central Division of the NFC. Green Bay, losing for a second time in four weeks to the Bears, dropped to 2-3. The Bears held a 10-6 lead late in the third quarter when Richard Dent recovered a fumble on the Green Bay 17. Three plays later, Tomczak skirted right end on his touchdown run. Tomczak took over for starter Jim Harbaugh, who left the game late in the first half with injured ribs. A 29- yard pass from Tomczak to Anderson set up a 50-yard field goal by Butler before the half ended. After Tomczak's touchdown, Don Majkowski and Sterling Sharpe hooked up on a 76-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter to cut the lead to 17-13. The Bears were forced into a punting situation with 6:36 left in the game and Maury Buford's kick was blocked by Tiger Greene. However, Mickey Pruitt of the Bears picked up the ball and ran for a first down. The Bears couldn't capitalize but Buford then punted out of danger. After another exchange of punts, Anderson broke off his big run. Coach Mike Ditka added some spice in the first quarter when he sent in defensive tackle William "The Refrigerator" Perry on offense late in the first quarter with the ball on the Green Bay 2. Perry lost a yard and Anderson scored on the next play. Anderson's touchdown gave the Bears a 7-3 lead. Chris Jacke kicked his second field goal of the game with 3:19 left in the half to cut it to 7-6 but Butler connected from 50 yards with 42 seconds left in the half for the 10-6 halftime lead. Brent Fullwood's Packer career came to an end after this game, whe he refused to play in the second half, claiming he was ill. He was seen that night at a local danceclub, and was traded to Cleveland three days later.
GREEN BAY -  3  3  0  7 - 13
CHICAGO   -  7  3  7 10 - 27
                       GREEN BAY       CHICAGO
First downs                   10            21
Rush-yards-TDs           15-32-0      42-202-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 12-39-211-1-2 15-28-165-1-1
Sacked-yards                 1-6          3-14
Net pass yards               205           151
Total yards                  237           353
Fumbles-lost                 4-1           1-1
Turnovers                      3             2
Penalties-yards             5-45          9-55
SCORING
1st - GB - Jacke, 38-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - CHI - Neal Anderson, 3-yard run (Kevin Butler kick) CHICAGO 7-3
2nd - GB- Jacke, 27-yard field goal CHICAGO 7-6
2nd - CHI - Butler, 50-yard field goal CHICAGO 10-6
3rd - CHI - Mike Tomczak, 6-yard run (Butler kick) CHICAGO 17-6
4th - GB - Sharpe, 76-yard pass from Majkowski (Jacke kick) CHICAGO 17-13
4th - CHI - Butler, 51-yard field goal CHICAGO 20-13
4th - CHI - Cap Boso, 2-yard pass from Tomczak (Butler kick) CHICAGO 27-13
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Don Majkowski 6-15, Michael Haddix 4-13, Darrell Thompson 2-6, Keith Woodside 1-1, Brent Fullwood 2-(-30
CHICAGO - Neal Anderson 21-141 1 TD, Brad Muster 11-27, Mike Tomczak 3-15 1 TD, Jim Harbaugh 2-9, Johnny Bailey 3-8, Dennis Gentry 1-3, William Perry 1-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Don Majkowski 39-12-211 1 TD 2 INT
CHICAGO - Jim Harbaugh 8-6-73, Mike Tomczak 20-9-92 1 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 5-129 1 TD, Clarence Weathers 3-46, Jeff Query 1-22, Vince Workman 1-8, Perry Kemp 1-5, Darrell Thompson 1-1
CHICAGO - Brad Muster 5-51, James Thornton 3-43, Glen Kozlowski 2-17, Cap Boso 2-10 1 TD, Neal Anderson 1-29, Dennis Gentry 1-9, Ron Morris 1-6
Center James Campen
Wide receiver Jeff Query
Cornerback Jerry Holmes
(TAMPA BAY) - Vinny Testaverde passed for a season-high 292 yards and Wayne Haddix scored from 45 yards out with one of five interceptions by Tampa Bay. Testaverde completed 17 of 29 passes, including a 14-yard scoring shot to Ron Hall, giving him eight TDs passes against only two interceptions. Don Majkowski, who has struggled since ending a long contract holdout, threw for 355 yards and one touchdown for Green Bay. But the interceptions, among six turnovers by the Packers, helped Tampa Bay build a 26-7 lead.
GREEN BAY -  0  0 14  0 - 14
TAMPA BAY -  3 13 10  0 - 26
                       GREEN BAY     TAMPA BAY
First downs                   22            15
Rush-yards-TDs           13-36-0      28-100-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 25-42-355-1-5 17-29-292-1-0
Sacked-yards                2-10          4-36
Net pass yards               345           256
Total yards                  381           356
Fumbles-lost                 3-1           3-1
Turnovers                      6             1
Penalties-yards             9-80          9-75
SCORING
1st - TB - Steve Christie, 24-yard field goal TAMPA BAY 3-0
2nd - TB - Christie, 32-yard field goal TAMPA BAY 6-0
2nd - TB - Christie, 39-yard field goal TAMPA BAY 9-0
2nd - TB - Ron Hall, 14-yard pass from Vinny Testaverde (Christie kick) TAMPA BAY 16-0
3rd - TB - Christie, 32-yard field goal TAMPA BAY 19-0
3rd - GB - Query, fumble recovery in the end zone (Jacke kick) TAMPA BAY 19-7
4th - TB - Wayne Haddix, 29-yard interception return (Christie kick) TAMPA BAY 26-7
4th - GB - Fontenot, 8-yard pass from Majkowski (Jacke kick) TAMPA BAY 26-14
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Michael Haddix 6-21, Darrell Thompson 5-11, Vince Workman 1-3, Keith Woodside 1-1
TAMPA BAY - Gary Anderson 11-46, Reggie Cobb 14-45, John Harvey 2-5, Bruce Perkins 1-4
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Don Majkowski 42-25-355 1 TD 5 INT
TAMPA BAY - Vinny Testaverde 29-17-292 1 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 7-139, Clarence Weathers 4-50, Perry Kemp 4-40, Jeff Query 3-46, Keith Woodside 3-28, Jackie Harris 2-33, Herman Fontenot 2-19 1 TD
TAMPA BAY - Bruce Hill 5-98, Gary Anderson 4-96, Mark Carrier 4-57, Ron Hall 3-38 1 TD, Vinny Testaverde 1-3
(MILWAUKEE) - Darrell Thompson ran 12 yards for his first career touchdown and Shawn Patterson returned an interception nine yards for another score as the Green Bay Packers handed the Vikings their fifth straight loss, 24-10. Green Bay intercepted five passes in beating the Vikings for the sixth time in the last seven meetings. The Vikings, their season in disarray, fell to 1-6. Thompson's touchdown run with 4:23 left in the second quarter gave the Packers a 10-3 halftime lead. Patterson's interception in the third quarter just about erased the chances of a Vikings' comeback. Patterson, a defensive end playing only his second game this season because of nagging hamstring problems, jumped up and deflected Rich Gannon's pass, caught the ball and ran into the end zone. That gave the Packers a 17-3 lead with 44 seconds to go in the third quarter. The Packers then intercepted Gannon on the Vikings' first three possessions of the fourth quarter, two by rookie LeRoy Butler. Green Bay made it 24-3 with one minute left on Don Majkowski's 6-yard run. Minnesota scored with 38 seconds to go when Anthony Carter caught a 49-yard pass from Gannon that was deflected in the end zone. The Vikings recovered an onside kick, but Mark Murphy made the Packers' fifth interception with 24 seconds to go. The touchdown run by Thompson, the team's No. 1 pick from the University of Minnesota, capped a 68-yard drive featuring a 21-yard pass from Majkowski to Perry Kemp and a facemask call on Minnesota. Green Bay scored in the first quarter on Chris Jacke's 35-yard field goal four plays after Herschel Walker fumbled at the Green Bay 15 on the Vikings' first play from scrimmage. Minnesota mounted a drive from its 46 to the Packers' 3 as Carter caught three passes. But Gannon was stopped short on a third-and-1 quarterback draw and the Vikings settled for a 20-yard field goal by Donald Igwebuike with 10:19 left in the first half. That tied the game 3-3. Igwebuike, under investigation in a heroin-smuggling case, missed a 42-yard attempt in the third quarter.
MINNESOTA -  0  3  0  7 - 10
GREEN BAY -  3  7  7  7 - 24
                       MINNESOTA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   16            14
Rush-yards-TDs           21-97-0      29-126-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 19-41-230-1-5 11-22-203-0-0
Sacked-yards                1-11          6-37
Net pass yards               219           166
Total yards                  316           292
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           1-1
Turnovers                      6             1
Penalties-yards             5-30          6-45
SCORING
1st - GB - Jacke, 35-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - MIN - Donald Igwebuike, 20-yard field goal TIED 3-3
2nd - GB - Thompson, 12-yard run (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 10-3
3rd - GB - Patterson, 9-yard interception return (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 17-3
4th - GB - Majkowski, 6-yard run (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 24-3
4th - MIN - Anthony Carter, 49-yd pass from Rich Gannon (Igwebuike kick) GREEN BAY 24-10
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Keith Woodside 8-48, Darrell Thompson 11-40 1 TD, Jeff Query 1-16, Michael Haddix 5-9, Don Majkowski 3-8 1 TD, Herman Fontenot 1-5
MINNESOTA - Rich Gannon 3-25, Rick Fenney 9-25, Alfred Anderson 4-24, Allen Rice 1-13, Herschel Walker 3-6, Cedric Smith 1-4
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Don Majkowski 22-11-203
MINNESOTA - Rich Gannon 41-19-230 1 TD 5 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Perry Kemp 5-83, Sterling Sharpe 3-76, Keith Woodside 1-25, Jackie Harris 1-14, Michael Haddix 1-5
MINNESOTA - Anthony Carter 9-141 1 TD, Steve Jordan 4-43, Rick Fenney 3-14, Hassan Jones 2-23, Alfred Anderson 1-9
(GREEN BAY) - Joe Montana rallied San Francisco from a 10-0 deficit with three touchdown passes and the unbeaten 49ers held on to beat the Packers for their 16th straight victory over two seasons. The 49ers won their 14th straight regular-season road game and avenged their last loss, a 21-17 setback to the Packers last November at Candlestick Park. Montana moved past John Hadl into fifth place on the NFL's career pass yardage list by completing 25 of 40 for 411 yards. He hit Brent Jones with a 6-yard touchdown pass with 12:45 left, giving the 49ers their first lead at 17-10 and capping a 42-yard drive that began after a short Packers punt. Green Bay then drove to the 49ers' 12 but had to settle for Chris Jacke's 37-yard field goal with 8:17 remaining to make it 17-13. A minute later, Montana hit Jerry Rice over the middle and Rice sprinted past the Packers defense for a 64-yard touchdown and a 24-13 lead with 7:16 to go. Green Bay came right back, moving 72 yards in two minutes with Don Majkowski passing to Sterling Sharpe for 17 yards and a touchdown, cutting the lead to 24-20. The Packers got the ball back with 2:12 left but no timeouts. However, Perry Kemp fumbled after a pass reception with 1:48 to go - the only turnover of the game. The 49ers, their offense dormant most of the first half with only five rushing yards, struck swiftly in the final seconds of the second quarter to pull to within 10-7 at the intermission. Majkowski's 20-yard touchdown pass to a fully extended Sharpe in the corner of the end zone had given the Packers a 10-0 lead with 38 seconds left in the half. But the 49ers took advantage of a short kickoff and moved 59 yards for their first touchdown in just three plays and 27 seconds. Montana hit Tom Rathman for seven yards, Rice for 29 and then connected with John Taylor on a 23-yard touchdown pass with 11 seconds left in the half.
SAN FRANCISCO -  0  7  3 14 - 24
GREEN BAY     -  3  7  0 10 - 20
                   SAN FRANCISCO     GREEN BAY
First downs                   17            17
Rush-yards-TDs           20-34-0       23-70-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 25-40-411-3-0 22-33-274-2-0
Sacked-yards                 0-0          4-23
Net pass yards               411           251
Total yards                  445           321
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           1-1
Turnovers                      0             1
Penalties-yards             6-47          5-40
SCORING
1st - GB - Jacke, 30-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - Sharpe, 20-yard pass from Majkowski (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - SF - John Taylor, 23-yard pass from Joe Montana (Mike Cofer kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
3rd - SF - Cofer, 22-yard field goal TIED 10-10
4th - SF - Brent Jones, 6-yard pass from Montana (Cofer kick) SAN FRANCISCO 17-10
4th - GB - Jacke, 37-yard field goal SAN FRANCISCO 17-13
4th - SF - Jerry Rice, 64-yard pass from Montana (Cofer kick) SAN FRANCISCO 24-13
4th - GB - Sharpe, 17-yard pass from Majkowski (Jacke kick) SAN FRANCISCO 24-20
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Michael Haddix 9-31, Don Majkowski 3-13, Darrell Thompson 5-11, Herman Fontenot 2-4, Sterling Sharpe 1-4, Vince Workman 1-4, Keith Woodside 2-3
SAN FRANCISCO - Dexter Carter 7-13, Joe Montana 6-13, Roger Craig 5-8, Tom Rathman 2-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Don Majkowski 33-22-274 2 TD
SAN FRANCISCO - Joe Montana 40-25-411 3 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 4-80 2 TD, Perry Kemp 4-42, Ed West 3-33, Jeff Query 2-34, Clarence Weathers 2-32, Jackie Harris 2-29, Herman Fontenot 2-5, Charles Wilson 1-12, Michael Haddix 1-8, Darrell Thompson 1-(-1)
SAN FRANCISCO - Jerry Rice 6-187 1 TD, Brent Jones 5-57 1 TD, Tom Rathman 5-44, John Taylor 4-53 1 TD, Dexter Carter 2-38, Harry Sydney 1-19, Mike Wilson 1-7, Roger Craig 1-6
(LOS ANGELES) - Don Majkowski threw two touchdown passes, and Chris Jacke kicked a team-record five field goals as the Green Bay Packers upset the Los Angeles Raiders 29-16. The loss snapped a 10-game home field winning streak for the Raiders, all since Art Shell succeeded Mike Shanahan as the team's head coach early last season. Majkowski threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Perry Kemp on the first play of the fourth quarter, giving the Packers a 26-16 lead. The touchdown came two plays after Majkowski threw a 29-yard pass to Kemp on a third-and-19 play. Majkowski, who completed 16 of 26 passes for 195 yards with one interception, also threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Vince Workman in the second period. The Packers won despite the fact that Majkowski was sacked eight times. Jacke kicked field goals of 39 yards in the first quarter, 51 and 32 yards in the second period, 23 yards in the third quarter and 20 yards with 17 seconds to play. Without a miss Sunday, Jacke has made 17 of his 19 field goal attempts this season. The loss was the second straight for the Raiders, who were favored by seven points. They hadn't lost at the Los Angeles Coliseum since Seattle beat them 24-20 on Oct. 1, 1989. Shanahan was fired and replaced by Shell two days later. Despite the loss, the Raiders remained one game ahead of Kansas City in the AFC West. The Chiefs were beaten by Seattle 17-16 earlier Sunday.
GREEN BAY  -  3 13  3 10 - 29
LA RAIDERS - 13  3  0  0 - 16
                       GREEN BAY    LA RAIDERS
First downs                   20            12
Rush-yards-TDs          35-101-0       18-53-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 16-26-195-2-1 11-23-139-0-3
Sacked-yards                8-40          5-27
Net pass yards               155           112
Total yards                  256           165
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           1-1
Turnovers                      1             4
Penalties-yards             3-63         10-75
SCORING
1st - LA - Marcus Allen, 5-yard run (Jeff Jaeger kick) LA RAIDERS 7-0
1st - GB - Jacke, 39-yard field goal LA RAIDERS 7-3
1st - LA - Allen, 2-yard run (Kick failed) LA RAIDERS 13-3
2nd - GB - Jacke, 51-yard field goal LA RAIDERS 13-6
2nd - GB - Jacke, 32-yard field goal LA RAIDERS 13-9
2nd - GB - Workman, 5-yard pass from Majkowski (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 16-13
2nd - LA - Jaeger, 24-yard field goal TIED 16-16
3rd - GB - Jacke, 23-yard field goal GREEN BAY 19-16
3rd - GB - Kemp, 28-yard pass from Majkowski (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 26-16
4th - GB - Jacke, 20-yard field goal GREEN BAY 29-16
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Michael Haddix 20-69, Don Majkowski 3-16, Darrell Thompson 10-14, Keith Woodside 2-2
LA RAIDERS - Bo Jackson 10-25, Marcus Allen 5-17 2 TD, Steve Smith 2-8, Jay Schroeder 1-3
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Don Majkowski 26-16-195 2 TD 1 INT
LA RAIDERS - Jay Schroeder 23-11-139 3 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Perry Kemp 4-80 1 TD, Sterling Sharpe 4-55, Jeff Query 3-22, Herman Fontenot 2-13, Jackie Harris 1-14, Clarence Weathers 1-6, Vince Workman 1-5 1 TD
LA RAIDERS - Mervyn Fernandez 3-45, Ethan Horton 3-18, Tim Brown 2-30, Bo Jackson 2-24, Willie Gault 1-22
(PHOENIX) - Anthony Dilweg, subbing for injured Don Majkowski, threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to Ed West with 16 seconds remaining, rallying the Green Bay Packers to a 24-21 victory over the Phoenix Cardinals. The Packers trailed 21-10 after Timm Rosenbach's third touchdown pass with 13:14 remaining. Dilweg, who completed 11 of 21 passes for 134 yards, cut Green Bay's deficit to 21-17 on a 15-yard pass to Clarence Weathers with 6:20 to play. Phoenix, 2-8 after its fifth straight loss, turned the ball over on downs at the Packers' 43 with 2:10 to go. Dilweg threw passes of 19 and nine yards to Herman Fontenot and 16 yards to Weathers to get the ball to the Phoenix 1. Two plays later, Dilweg rolled right and found West in the back of the end zone. Majkowski's season came to an end when he was sacked by Phoenix DE Freddie Joe Nunn. Majkowski landed on his shoulder, and would later learn he had a torn rotator cuff, requiring surgery on December 13.
GREEN BAY -  7  3  0 14 - 24
PHOENIX   -  0  7  7  7 - 21
                       GREEN BAY       PHOENIX
First downs                   22            21
Rush-yards-TDs          25-125-0      27-161-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 20-34-267-3-2 17-30-285-3-1
Sacked-yards                3-17           1-5
Net pass yards               250           280
Total yards                  375           441
Fumbles-lost                 1-0           1-1
Turnovers                      2             2
Penalties-yards             5-31          3-20
SCORING
1st - GB - Sharpe, 54-yard pass from Majkowski (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Jacke, 21-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - PH - Ernie Jones, 22-yd pass from Timm Rosenbach (Al Del Greco kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
3rd - PH - Roy Green, 27-yd pass from Rosenbach (Del Greco kick) PHOENIX 14-10
4th - PHO - Jones, 25-yard pass from Rosenbach (Del Greco kick) PHOENIX 21-10
4th - GB - Weathers, 15-yard pass from Dilweg (Jacke kick) PHOENIX 21-17
4th - GB - West, 1-yard pass from Dilweg (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 24-21
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 5-50, Keith Woodside 5-32, Michael Haddix 7-19, Herman Fontenot 4-14, Darrell Thompson 3-11, Perry Kemp 1-(-1)
PHOENIX - Johnny Johnson 15-103, Timm Rosenbach 6-47, Anthony Thompson 3-6, Terrence Flagler 2-3, Ron Wolfley 1-2
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Don Majkowski 13-9-143 1 TD 1 INT, Anthony Dilweg 21-11-124 2 TD 1 INT
PHOENIX - Timm Rosenbach 30-17-285 3 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 10-157 1 TD, Clarence Weathers 3-39 1 TD, Herman Fontenot 2-28, Ed West 2-8 1 TD, Jeff Query 1-20, Jackie Harris 1-8, Keith Woodside 1-7
PHOENIX - Ernie Jones 7-117 2 TD, Roy Green 4-102 1 TD, Rocky Proehl 2-34, Johnny Johnson 2-17, Terrence Flagler 1-9, Walter Reeves 1-6
(MILWAUKEE) - Anthony Dilweg, filling in for the injured Don Majkowski, threw two touchdown passes as the Green Bay Packers beat Tampa Bay 20-10, sending the Buccaneers to their sixth straight loss. Green Bay won its third straight and is over the .500 mark for the first time since defeating the Los Angeles Rams in its season opener behind Dilweg. Tampa Bay has not won since beating the Packers in mid-October, and not even the return of quarterback Vinny Testaverde could shake the Bucs out of their losing streak. Dilweg, now 2-1 as a starter this season, got the call Sunday because Majkowski had a bruised shoulder. He also started the first two games this season after Majkowski ended a 45-day holdout. Dilweg flipped a 2-yard touchdown pass to Michael Haddix on the sixth play of the third quarter, putting the Packers ahead 14-3. The score came after Tampa Bay's Reggie Cobb fumbled on the Bucs' second play of the half and Scott Stephen recovered at the Tampa Bay 18. Chris Jacke's 25-yard field goal increased the Green Bay lead to 17-3 with 4:12 to go in the quarter. Testaverde, benched the previous two weeks because of ineffective play, then moved the Bucs 75 yards in just seven plays with five pass completions, including an 11-yard touchdown pass to Bruce Hill with 53 seconds to go in the third quarter. Dilweg then hit Sterling Sharpe with a 30-yard pass and Darrell Thompson broke loose on a 37-yard run to the Bucs 15. But again the Packers couldn't get a touchdown and Jacke hit another 25-yarder, making it 20-10 with 11:23 remaining.
TAMPA BAY -  0  3  7  0 - 10
GREEN BAY -  0  7 10  3 - 20
                       TAMPA BAY     GREEN BAY
First downs                   19            16
Rush-yards-TDs           18-61-0      31-144-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 25-49-281-1-0 13-22-199-2-0
Sacked-yards                2-20          2-12
Net pass yards               261           187
Total yards                  322           331
Fumbles-lost                 3-2           2-1
Turnovers                      2             1
Penalties-yards             6-48           0-0
SCORING
2nd - GB - Sharpe, 4-yard pass from Dilweg (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - TB - Steve Christie, 33-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-3
3rd - GB - Haddix, 2-yard pass from Dilweg (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 14-3
3rd - GB - Jacke, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-3
3rd - TB - Bruce Hill, 11-yard pass from Vinny Testaverde (Christie kick) GREEN BAY 17-10
4th - GB - Jacke, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-10
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Darrell Thompson 10-59, Michael Haddix 10-32, Herman Fontenot 2-20, Keith Woodside 3-19, Anthony Dilweg 4-5, Jeff Query 1-5, Vince Workman 1-4
TAMPA BAY - Reggie Cobb 14-54, Gary Anderson 3-7, Vinny Testaverde 1-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 22-13-199 2 TD
TAMPA BAY - Vinny Testaverde 49-25-281 1 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 4-59 1 TD, Ed West 2-87, Michael Haddix 2-11 1 TD, Keith Woodside 2-7, Jeff Query 1-20, Vince Workman 1-8, Herman Fontenot 1-7
TAMPA BAY - Bruce Hill 7-99 1 TD, Ron Hall 5-71, Reggie Cobb 5-48, Gary Anderson 3-18, Mark Carrier 2-27, Jesse Anderson 2-8, Willie Drewery 1-10
(MINNESOTA) - The great unraveling of the Lindy Infante regime began on a Sunday night in the Metrodome. Anthony Carter's spectacular 56-yard catch, off a trick play sparked Minnesota to its fifth straight victory. The loss by Green Bay enabled Chicago to clinch the NFC Central crown. Minnesota scored 17 points in a 2:54 span of the third period in pulling even with the Packers in the division as both teams chase wildcard spots. The Packers had taken a 7-6 lead 3:21 into the third quarter when Tiger Greene blocked Harry Newsome's punt and went 36 yards for a touchdown. The Vikings responded with a 12-play, 49-yard drive leading to Fuad Reveiz's 41-yard field goal. Reveiz joined the Vikings at the start of the winning streak after Donald Igwebuike encountered legal problems that have led to a federal indictment on charges of heroin smuggling. Reveiz is 7-for-8 on field goals after he was cut by San Diego when he went 5-for-7. Minnesota forced a punt and, on the next play, Rich Gannon handed off to Herschel Walker, who pitched back to Gannon on the fleaflicker. Gannon heaved the ball downfield even though Mark Lee had tight coverage on Carter. 
GREEN BAY -  0  0  7  0 -  7
MINNESOTA -  3  3 17  0 - 23
                       GREEN BAY     MINNESOTA
First downs                   11            16
Rush-yards-TDs           16-59-0      39-137-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 16-29-172-0-3 11-21-150-1-0
Sacked-yards                5-41           1-1
Net pass yards               131           149
Total yards                  190           286
Fumbles-lost                 3-2           2-0
Turnovers                      5             0
Penalties-yards            10-67          8-82
SCORING
1st - MIN - Faud Reveiz, 29-yard field goal MINNESOTA 3-0
2nd - MIN - Reveiz, 32-yard field goal MINNESOTA 6-0
3rd - GB - Greene, 36-yard return of a blocked punt (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 7-6
3rd - MIN - Reveiz, 41-yard field goal MINNESOTA 9-7
3rd - MIN - Anthony Carter, 56-yd pass from Rich Gannon (Reveiz kick) MINNESOTA 16-7
3rd - MINN - Al Noga, fumble recovery in the end zone (Reveiz kick) MINNESOTA 23-7
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Darrell Thompson 3-17, Herman Fontenot 3-15, Anthony Dilweg 3-11, Michael Haddix 6-10, Keith Woodside 1-6
MINNESOTA - Alfred Anderson 13-60, Herschel Walker 12-35, Allen Rice 5-15, Rich Gannon 6-14, Anthony Carter 1-10, Cedric Smith 1-2, D.J. Dozier 1-1
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 29-16-172 3 INT
MINNESOTA - Rich Gannon 21-11-150 1 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 4-93, Clarence Weathers 3-24, Herman Fontenot 3-7, Perry Kemp 2-28, Ed West 2-10, Keith Woodside 1-7, Jeff Query 1-3
MINNESOTA - Anthony Carter 4-96 1 TD, Herschel Walker 3-26, Alfred Anderson 3-18, Steve Jordan 1-10
(MILWAUKEE) - Derrick Fenner ran for 112 yards and a touchown and the Seattle Seahawks stopped a final drive at the 8-yard line with a minute left to beat the Green Bay Packers 20-14. The Seahawks jumped to a 20-0 lead in their third straight victory, but had to survive a fourth-quarter comeback led by veteran reserve quarterback Blair Kiel, who was playing in his first game since Nov. 13,1988. Kiel, who replaced the struggling Anthony Dilweg late in the third quarter, hit Perry Kemp with a 13-yard touchdown pass with 5:35 to go. He then connected with Ed West on a 1-yard scoring pass two minutes later after Green Bay recovered an onside kick.
SEATTLE   -  7 10  3  0 - 20
GREEN BAY -  0  0  0 14 - 14
                         SEATTLE     GREEN BAY
First downs                   14            19
Rush-yards-TDs          37-158-1       10-13-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 11-18-133-1-1 29-53-267-2-1
Sacked-yards                 0-0          4-28
Net pass yards               133           239
Total yards                  291           252
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           1-0
Turnovers                      2             1
Penalties-yards             8-60          6-60
SCORING
1st - SEA - Jeff Chadwick, 8-yd pass from Dave Krieg (Norm Johnson kick) SEATTLE 7-0
2nd - SEA - Johnson, 37-yard field goal SEATTLE 10-0
2nd - SEA - Derrick Fenner, 14-yard run (Johnson kick) SEATTLE 17-0
3rd - SEA - Johnson, 22-yard field goal SEATTLE 20-0
4th - GB - Kemp, 13-yard pass from Kiel (Jacke kick) SEATTLE 20-7
4th - GB - West, 1-yard pass from Kiel (Jacke kick) SEATTLE 20-14
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Michael Haddix 4-10, Blair Kiel 1-4, Darrell Thompson 1-1, Anthony Dilweg 1-1, Keith Woodside 3-(-3)
SEATTLE - Derrick Fenner 20-112 1 TD, John L. Williams 13-45, Dave Krieg 4-1
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 22-6-69 1 INT, Blair Kiel 31-23-198 2 TD
SEATTLE - Dave Krieg 18-11-133 1 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Jeff Query 6-57, Perry Kemp 5-50 1 TD, Jackie Harris 3-43, Clarence Weathers 3-34, Sterling Sharpe 3-26, Ed West 3-20 1 TD, Herman Fontenot 2-18, Keith Woodside 2-15, Michael Haddix 1-3, Darrell Thompson 1-1
SEATTLE - John L. Williams 4-22, Jeff Chadwick 2-51 1 TD, Tommy Kane 2-32, Paul Skansi 1-14, Brian Blades 1-7, Derrick Fenner 1-7
Green Bay Packers guard Rich Moran (57) holds up a cheesehead thrown at the team's bench after the Packers' last touchdown against the Phoenix Cardinals in the fourth quarter at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz., on Nov. 18, 1990. Packers rreceiver Jeff Query (85), guard Ron Hallstrom (65) and running back Herman Fontenot (27) are at left. The Packers won 24-21. (SOURCE: Green Bay Press-Gazette archives)
ABOVE - Sterling Sharpe breaks away on a 54-yard touchdown pass during the first quarter against the Phoenix Cardinals at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz., on Nov. 18, 1990. Packers tight end Ed West (86) is at left. Cardinals defensive end Rod Saddler (72) is at right. The Packers won 24-21. Press-Gazette archives.

BELOW - Don Majkowski (7) is helped by equipment men after injuring his right shoulder while being sacked by Phoenix Cardinals defensive end Freddie Joe Nunn during the second quarter at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz., on Nov. 18, 1990.(SOURCE: Green Bay Press-Gazette archives)
(PHILADELPHIA) - The Eagles clinched a playoff berth for the third straight season, beating Green Bay 31-0 as Randall Cunningham ran for one touchdown and threw for another, and Keith Byars caught and threw touchdown passes. Cunningham threw for 241 yards and ran for 56 more. Rookie Fred Barnett had five catches for 108 yards, all in the first half, as the Eagles ended a two-game losing skein. Because their conference record will be better in any scenario than any of the other teams with a potential of eight losses, they become the fifth NFC team to lock up a place in the playoffs. That leaves just one NFC spot to be decided among Dallas (7-7) and a group of teams with including the Packers, who fell to 6-8. This game was never close as the Eagles led 17-0 at the half, played it conservatively and let their defense take over.
GREEN BAY    -  0  0  0  0 -  0
PHILADELPHIA -  7 10  0 14 - 31
                       GREEN BAY  PHILADELPHIA
First downs                   10            23
Rush-yards-TDs           17-55-0      36-173-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 14-33-141-0-1 15-29-257-2-0
Sacked-yards                5-38           1-8
Net pass yards               103           249
Total yards                  158           422
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           1-0
Turnovers                      2             0
Penalties-yards             6-40          3-17
SCORING
1st - PHI - Anthony Toney, 8-yd pass from Keith Byars (Roger Ruzek kick) PHILADELPHIA 7-0
2nd - PHIL - Ruzek, 34-yard field goal PHILADELPHIA 10-0
2nd - PHIL - Byars, 12-yard pass from Randall Cunningham (Ruzek kick) PHILADELPHIA 17-0
4th - PHIL - Cunningham, 17-yard run (Ruzek kick) PHILADELPHIA 24-0
4th - PHIL - Thomas Sanders, 1-yard run (Ruzek kick) PHILADELPHIA 31-0
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Michael Haddix 7-31, Jeff Query 1-18, Darrell Thompson 6-9, Blair Kiel 1-4, Keith Woodside 1-0, Herman Fontenot 1-(-7)
PHILADELPHIA - Thomas Sanders 17-66 1 TD, Randall Cunningham 4-56 1 TD, Roger Vick 4-24, Anthony Toney 9-19, Keith Byars 1-6, Calvin Williams 1-2
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 15-6-74, Blair Kiel 18-8-67 1 INT
PHILADELPHIA - Randall Cunningham 27-13-241 1 TD, Jim McMahon 1-1-8, Keith Byars 1-1-8 1 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Jeff Query 4-41, Keith Woodside 4-31, Sterling Sharpe 2-25, Herman Fontenot 2-20, Clarence Weathers 1-15, Perry Kemp 1-9
PHILADELPHIA - Fred Barnett 5-108, Keith Jackson 3-67, Mickey Shuler 2-30, Keith Byars 2-26 1 TD, Calvin Williams 1-10, Anthony Toney 1-8 1 TD, Thomas Sanders 1-8
(GREEN BAY) - The Detroit Lions left the Green Bay Packers out in the cold, and out of the NFL playoffs. Barry Sanders ran six yards for the go-ahead touchdown with 3:37 left and Ray Crockett returned a fumble recovery for another score in the fourth quarter as the Lions beat the Packers, 24-17, in the coldest game at Lambeau Field since the 1967 Ice Bowl. The Packers lost their fourth straight and were eliminated from contention for the third NFC wild-card spot. The Lions, already out of the playoff picture, also are 6-9. Game-time temperature was 2 degrees, with winds of 23 mph. That resulted in a wind chill of minus 28. Crockett's freak 22-yard fumble return with 10:42 left tied the game at 17-17. Green Bay's Ed West caught a pass, but the ball popped into the air after he hit the ground and flipped on his back. Crockett caught the ball before it hit the ground and ran in for the touchdown. Green Bay's Michael Haddix fumbled at the Detroit 26 with 7:32 left and Detroit's Chris Spielman recovered. Sanders, who carried 19 times for 133 yards, then ran 37 yards to the Packers' 13. Three plays later, he sprinted around the right side for the go-ahead touchdown. Third-string quarterback Blair Kiel, making his second NFL start in six seasons, moved Green Bay to the Lions' 14 in the closing minutes. But Crockett intercepted with 1:51 remaining to end the threat. "I really thought we were going to score on that last drive," said Kiel, who completed 20-of-36 passes for 239 yards. 
DETROIT   -  7  0  3 14 - 24
GREEN BAY -  7  0 10  0 - 17
                         DETROIT     GREEN BAY
First downs                   17            24
Rush-yards-TDs          24-168-2       29-80-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 13-28-184-0-1 20-36-239-0-1
Sacked-yards                 0-0           1-5
Net pass yards               184           234
Total yards                  352           314
Fumbles-lost                 2-2           3-3
Turnovers                      3             4
Penalties-yards             7-45          2-15
SCORING
1st - GB - Kiel, 3-yard run (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - DET - Rodney Peete, 26-yard run (Eddie Murray kick) TIED 7-7
3rd - GB - Thompson, 76-yard kickoff return (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
3rd - DET - Murray, 22-yard field goal GREEN BAY 14-10
3rd - GB - Jacke, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-10
4th - DET - Ray Crockett, 22-yard fumble recovery (Murray kick) TIED 17-17
4th - DET - Barry Sanders, 6-yard run (Murray kick) DETROIT 24-17
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Michael Haddix 8-32, Darrell Thompson 12-21, Herman Fontenot 3-20, Sterling Sharpe 1-10, Blair Kiel 3-1 1 TD, Keith Woodside 2-(-4)
DETROIT - Barry Sanders 19-133 1 TD, Rodney Peete 5-35 1 TD
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Blair Kiel 36-20-239 1 INT
DETROIT - Rodney Peete 28-13-184 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Ed West 7-103, Charles Wilson 5-60, Jeff Query 3-29, Herman Fontenot 1-14, Sterling Sharpe 1-13, Vince Workman 1-9, Perry Kemp 1-7, Michael Haddix 1-4
DETROIT - Barry Sanders 4-49, Aubrey Matthews 3-33, Robert Clark 3-26, Richard Johnson 1-38, Jeff Campbell 1-31, Mike Farr 1-7
(DENVER) - Sammy Winder rushed for 80 yards in his swan song, John Elway threw a touchdown pass and Bobby Humphrey ran for a score as the host Denver Broncos beat the Green Bay Packers, 22-13. Elway threw a quick slant pass to Mark Jackson late in the third period for a 15-yard TD. It was only the third time the two teams had met in regular season play since Elway became the Denver starter. It was his first TD pass ever against the Packers. Denver finished at 5-11 and Green Bay at 6-10. David Treadwell kicked field goals of 22 and 31 yards in the first half to match the scoring of Green Bay's Chris Jacke who had first-half field goals of 37 and 24 yards. Denver's other touchdown was scored on a 5-yard run by Humphrey to break a 6-6 tie early in the third quarter. Winder, who earlier announced he would retire, was a sentimental starter ahead of Humphrey. The nine-year veteran, second on the Broncos' all-time rushing list, finished with 80 yards on 15 carries and brought the Denver crowd to its feet with a 19-yard run midway through the fourth quarter when the game appeared safe for the Broncos. Anthony Dilweg was sacked late in the game, in what turned out to be his last appearance in the NFL. 
GREEN BAY -  3  3  0  7 - 13
DENVER    -  3  3 14  2 - 22
                       GREEN BAY        DENVER
First downs                   14            24
Rush-yards-TDs           16-88-0      40-185-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 15-23-232-1-1 16-32-200-1-1
Sacked-yards                3-24          2-12
Net pass yards               208           188
Total yards                  296           373
Fumbles-lost                 4-3           2-0
Turnovers                      4             1
Penalties-yards             5-25          5-36
SCORING
1st - DEN - David Treadwell, 22-yard field goal DENVER 3-0
1st - GB - Jacke, 37-yard field goal TIED 3-3
2nd - DEN - Treadwell, 31-yard field goal DENVER 6-3
2nd - GB - Jacke, 24-yard field goal TIED 6-6
3rd - DEN - Bobby Humphrey, 5-yard run (Treadwell kick) DENVER 13-6
3rd - DEN - Mark Jackson, 15-yard pass from John Elway (Treadwell kick) DENVER 20-6
4th - GB - Sharpe, 9-yard pass from Dilweg (Jacke kick) DENVER 20-13
4th - DEN - Safety, Karl Mecklenberg sacked Dilweg in the end zone DENVER 22-13
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Darrell Thompson 6-63, Keith Woodside 5-15, Herman Fontenot 1-5, Michael Haddix 2-4, Anthony Dilweg 2-1
DENVER - Sammy Winder 15-80, Bobby Humphrey 13-53 1 TD, Mel Bratton 7-27, Gary Kubiak 3-22, John Elway 2-3
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Anthony Dilweg 23-15-232 1 TD 1 INT
DENVER - John Elway 26-14-160 1 TD, Gary Kubiak 5-2-40 1 INT, Bobby Humphrey 1-0-0
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 5-75 1 TD, Herman Fontenot 2-62, Perry Kemp 2-30, Michael Haddix 2-29, Ed West 2-16, Charles Wilson 1-12, Jackie Harris 1-8
DENVER - Mark Jackson 5-85 1 TD, Steve Sewell 3-39, Clarence Kay 3-25, Mike Young 2-35, Mel Bratton 1-9, Sammy Winder 1-4, Chris Verhulst 1-3
ABOVE - This program is from a game against the New Orleans Saints at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. (CREDIT: Packerville, USA for more content and larger pictures)
BELOW - THE HISTORY OF THE GREEN BAY PACKERS (Part Three) (1990) - "Volume Three of Larry D. Names’ History of the Green Bay Packers, focuses on the third segment of coach Curly Lambeau’s tenure. Part Three “finally gets the story straight about those turbulent years in professional football immediately following World War II.” The very existence of the Packers in Green Bay became very tenuous, and Lambeau’s fall in northern Wisconsin was complete." (PART FOUR) - "The final volume of Larry D. Names’ series on The History of the Green Bay Packers concludes with this focus on “The Shameful Years.” This covers the period of 1950-1959 — between the firing of team co-founder Curly Lambeau and the hiring of Vince Lombardi. The illustrious careers of Gene Ronzani, Lisle Blackbourn, and Ray “Scooter” McLean are featured in detail. The series ends before the revival of the franchise under Lombardi, and we wish that Names had continued on with his series. But, much has been written on the Glory Years, and we are grateful for his insights into a now forgotten era of the team." Packerville, USA for more pictures and content