NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Edgar Bennett       34   RB 6- 0 224 Florida State    3  3 25 16 1992 Draft - 4th round
Matt Brock          94   DE 6- 4 290 Oregon           6  6 28  5 1989 Draft - 3rd round
Robert Brooks       87   WR 6- 0 175 South Carolina   3  3 24 16 1992 Draft - 3rd round
Gary Brown          71   OT 6- 4 286 Georgia Tech     1  1 23  1 1994 FA - Pittsburgh
Gilbert Brown       93   NT 6- 2 330 Kansas           2  2 23 13 1993 FA - Minnesota
Mark Brunell         8   QB 6- 1 208 Washington       1  1 23  2 1993 Draft - 5th round
Terrell Buckley     27   CB 5- 9 176 Florida State    3  3 23 16 1992 Draft - 1st round
LeRoy Butler        36    S 6- 0 197 Florida State    5  5 26 13 1990 Draft - 2nd round
Mark Chmura         89   TE 6- 5 245 Boston College   2  2 25 14 1992 Draft - 6th round
Reggie Cobb         32   RB 6- 0 215 Tennessee        1  5 26 16 1994 UFA - Tampa Bay
Don Davey           99   DE 6- 4 270 Wisconsin        4  4 26 16 1991 Draft - 3rd round
Earl Dotson         72    T 6- 3 310 Texas A&I        2  2 23  4 1993 Draft - 3rd round
Forey Duckett       21   CB 6- 3 195 Nevada-Reno      1  1 24  3 1994 FA - Cincinnati
Jamie Dukes         63    C 6- 1 295 Florida State    1  9 30  6 1994 FA - Atl (1993)
Doug Evans          33   CB 6- 1 188 Louisiana Tech   2  2 24 16 1993 Draft - 6th round
Brett Favre          4   QB 6- 2 222 S. Mississippi   3  4 24 16 1992 Trade - Atlanta
Harry Galbreath     76    G 6- 1 285 Tennessee        2  7 29 16 1993 UFA - Miami
Ruffin Hamilton     58   LB 6 -1 230 Tulane           1  1 23  5 1994 Draft - 6th round
David Grant         70   NT 6- 4 275 West Virginia    2  7 28 16 1993 FA - T. Bay (1992)
Corey Harris        30   CB 5-11 195 Vanderbilt       2  2 23 11 1992 FA - Houston
Tim Hauck           24    S 5-10 187 Montana          4  5 27 13 1991 Plan B - N.England
Craig Hentrich      17    P 6- 3 200 Notre Dame       1  1 23 16 1993 FA - Jets(PS-1993)
Charles Hope        70   OG 6- 3 303 Central State    1  1 24  6 1993 FA (PS - 1993)
Paul Hutchins       67    T 6- 4 335 Western Michigan 2  2 24 16 1993 Draft - 6th round
Chris Jacke         13    K 6- 0 200 Texas-El Paso    6  6 28 16 1989 Draft - 6th round
KeShon Johnson      37   CB 5-10 179 Arizona          1  2 24  7 1994 FA - Chicago
LeShon Johnson      42   RB 5-11 200 North. Illinois  1  1 23 12 1994 Draft - 3rd round
Reggie Johnson      82   TE 6- 2 256 Florida State    1  4 26  9 1994 FA - Denver (1993)
Sean Jones          96   DE 6- 7 275 Northeastern     1 11 31 16 1994 UFA - Houston
Charles Jordan      80   WR 5-10 175 Long Beach CC    1  1 24 10 1994 Trade - LA Raiders
John Jurkovic       92   NT 6- 2 290 Eastern Illinois 4  4 27 16 1991 FA
George Koonce       53   LB 6- 1 240 East Carolina    3  3 25 16 1992 FA
Dorsey Levens       25   RB 6- 1 235 Georgia Tech     1  1 24 14 1994 Draft - 5th round
Ron Lewis           85   WR 5-11 192 Florida State    3  4 26  6 1992 FA - San Francisco
Lenny McGill        22   CB 6- 1 194 Arizona State    1  1 23  6 1994 FA
Guy McIntyre        62    G 6- 3 265 Georgia          1 11 33 10 1994 UFA - S. Francisco
Steve McMichael     90   DT 6- 2 270 Texas            1 15 36 16 1994 FA - Chi (1993)
Terry Mickens       88   WR 6- 0 200 Florida A&M      1  1 23 12 1994 Draft - 5th round
Roland Mitchell     47   CB 5-11 195 Texas Tech       4  7 30  1 1991 Plan B - Atlanta
Anthony Morgan      81   WR 6- 1 195 Tennessee        2  4 26 16 1993 FA - Chicago
Bryce Paup          95   LB 6- 4 247 Northern Iowa    5  5 26 16 1990 Draft - 6th round
Mike Prior          45    S 6- 0 215 Illinois State   2  9 30 16 1993 UFA - Indianapolis
Ken Ruettgers       75    T 6- 5 290 USC             10 10 32 16 1985 Draft - 1st round
Sterling Sharpe     84   WR 5-11 210 South Carolina   7  7 29 16 1988 Draft - 1st round
Wayne Simmons       59   LB 6- 2 245 Clemson          2  2 24 12 1993 Draft - 1st round
Joe Sims            68   OL 6- 3 310 Nebraska         3  4 25 15 1992 FA - Atl (1991)
Fred Strickland     55   LB 6- 2 250 Purdue           1  7 28 16 1994 UFA - Minnesota
George Teague       31    S 6- 1 187 Alabama          2  2 23 16 1993 Draft - 1st round
Darrell Thompson    39   FB 6- 0 217 Minnesota        5  5 26  8 1990 Draft - 1st round
Ed West             86   TE 6- 1 245 Auburn          11 11 33 14 1984 FA
Reggie White        92   DE 6- 5 295 Tennessee        2 10 32 16 1993 UFA - Philadelphia
Gabe Wilkins        98   DE 6- 4 300 Gardner-Webb     1  1 22 15 1994 Draft - 4th round
Mark Williams       51   LB 6- 3 240 Ohio State       1  1 23 16 1994 FA
James Willis        56   LB 6- 1 238 Auburn           2  2 21 12 1993 Draft - 5th round
Jeff Wilner         83   TE 6- 4 250 Wesleyan         1  1 22 11 1994 FA
Marcus Wilson       29   RB 6- 1 210 Virginia         3  4 26 12 1992 FA - LA Rai (1991)
Ray Wilson          35    S 6- 2 202 New Mexico       1  1 23  3 1994 FA - New Orleans
Frank Winters       52    C 6- 3 290 West Illinois    3  8 30 16 1992 Plan B - Kan City
Packers at Buccaneers
December 24th
TRADES AND TRANSACTIONS
APRIl 24 - Traded 1994 1st- and 3rd-round choices to MIAMI for a 1994 1st-round selection (G Aaron Taylor)
APRIL 24 - Traded a 1994 2nd-round to SAN FRAN for a 1994 3rd-round compensatory (RB LeShon Johnson), 1994 5th-round (RB Dorsey Levens, through Denver), 6th-round (LB Ruffin Hamilton, through S. Diego), and 6th-round compensatory (LB Paul Duckworth, through Philadelphia)
APRIL 25 - Traded a 1994 4th-round choice to LA RAIDERS FOR a 1994 4th-round selection (DE Gabe Wilkins, through San Francisco) and 6th-round choice (WR Jay Kearney, through Atlanta)
JUNE 3 - Traded DE Lester Archambeau to ATLANTA for WR James Milling
AUGUST 28 - Traded a 1995 5th-round choice to LA RAIDERS for WR Charles Jordan
1994 IN REVIEW
After two straight 9-7 seasons and a wildcard berth in 1993, the Packers in 1994 found themselves in danger of slipping back to mediocrity. Hosting Atlanta in the last game ever at
County Stadium in Milwaukee, the Packers trailed 21-17 with 21 seconds left and no time outs QB Brett Favre scrambled to his right and dove into the endzone for the winning touchdown.
The following week, Green Bay would clinch a playoff berth with a win over the Buccaneers in the season finale. Favre. who signed a contract extension in the summer, set a Packer record
with 32 touchdown passes, while Sterling Sharpe set a team record by catching 18 of them. Sharpe's season started with a holdout, and came to a sudden halt with a career-ending neck
injury. Other injuries marred the season. First-round draft pick Aaron Taylor was lost for the season when he tore up a knee in a June mini-camp. The Packer defense was the best in the
NFL for the first eight weeks, then fell apart in the second half and ended sixth overall. In their first eight games, opponents averaged 260 yards and 13 points per game. In the final eight
games, Green Bay gave up 335 yards and 23 points per game.
PACKERS IN MILWAUKEE
1994 brought an end to the Packers tenure in Milwaukee, and what an ending it was. Brett Favre scrambled for a 9-yard touchdown with 14 seconds left, giving the Packers a 21-17 victory
over the Atlanta Falcons. They finished with a 106-63-1 record at Milwaukee. County Stadium played host to the final game, but three other venues were also used:
* BORCHERT FIELD (1933) - The minor league baseball park was located near Burleigh, Chambers and North Eighth streets. The Milwaukee Badgers, which played in the NFL from
1922 to 1926, staged its home games at Borchert Field. The park was also the host to the first Green Bay Packers game held in Milwaukee - a 10-7 loss to the New York Giants on Oct.
1st 1933. It was torn down in 1954, and is now a children's playground. 
* STATE FAIR PARK (1934-51) - Located in West Allis, near West Kearney, Greenfield, South 77th and South 84th streets, on the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds, the Park hosted the 1939
NFL championship game. According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, "The stadium at State Fair Park was dedicated that day and christened "The Dairy Bowl." The New York writers
were none too impressed. In fact, with the wind howling outside, they feared for their lives in a hastily constructed wooden press box 100 feet above ground. It "trembled and swayed continuously and it appeared that at any moment the whole thing would crash," Louis Effrat wrote in The New York Times. "One hundred occupants of the flimsy booth literally feared to make a move and they spent the most harrowing three hours possible." In 1940 and 1941, the Dairy Bowl also served as the home of the Milwaukee Chiefs of the third American Football League.
* MARQUETTE STADIUM (1952) - Also housed Marquette football team. The stadium, located at W. Clybourn and 36th Sts., seated 24,000. It was taken down in 1978.
* COUNTY STADIUM (1953-94) - It was the last NFL stadium where bothe benches were on the same side - the east sideline. The park was demolished in 2000 to make parking lot for Miller Park. 
NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
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
1994 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD
NAME                POS  COLLEGE           HOW ACQUIRED
Ethan Albright        T  North Carolina    1994 FA
Bernard Carter       LB  East Carolina     1994 FA - Tampa Bay
Tommy Fagan          DE  NE Louisiana      1994 FA
Ruffin Hamilton      LB  Tulane            1994 Draft - 6th round
Charles Hope         OL  Central (OH) St   1993 FA
Jay Kearney          WR  West Virginia     1994 Draft - 6th round
John Kirksey         DT  Sacramento State  1994 FA - New Orleans
Bill Schroeder       WR  UW-La Crossee     1994 Draft - 6th round
Jay Williams         DE  Wake Forest       1994 FA
Ray Wilson            S  New Mexico        1994 FA - New Orleans      
Bold Italics - Made Active Roster
1994 PACKERS DRAFT (April 24-25, 1994)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1    16 Aaron Taylor          G Notre Dame    (A) 
1    20 Traded to Miami in 1994 draft-day trade
2    53 Traded to San Francisco
3    84 LeShon Johnson       RB N. Illinois   (B)
3    89 Traded to Miami in 1994 draft-day trade
4   120 Traded to LA Raiders
4   126 Gabe Wilkins         DE Gardner-Webb  (C)
5a  146 Terry Mickens        WR Florida A&M 
5b  149 Dorsey Levens        RB Georgia Tech  (B)
6a  169 Jay Kearney          WR West Virginia (C)
6b  175 Ruffin Hamilton      LB Tulane        (B)
6c  181 Bill Schroeder       WR UW-La Crosse 
6d  190 Paul Duckworth       LB Connecticut   (B)
7   212 Traded to Denver in 1993 Doug Widell trade
A-From Miami in 1994 draft-day trade B-From San Francisco C-From LA Raiders
Bold Italics - Played for the Green Bay Packers
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
SIGNED - RB Reggie Cobb (TB), DE Sean Jones (Hou), G Guy McIntyre (SF), LB Fred Strickland (Minnesota)
LOST - LB Tony Bennett (Indianapolis), G Doug Widell (Detroit)
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS LOST - TE Jackie Harris (Tampa Bay)
1994 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (3-1)
AUGUST (3-1)                           RESULT       RECORD    ATT STARTING QB             LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
6  MADISON-LOS ANGELES RAMS           W 14- 6       1- 0-0 52,149 Brett Favre             Marcus Wilson (34)          Ty Detmer (55)              Reggie Cobb (3-24)
13 M-MIAMI DOLPHINS                   L 24-31       1- 1-0 52,759 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (18)            Ty Detmer (164)             Curtis Duncan (4-34)
19 at New Orleans Saints              W 13-10       2- 1-0 54,714 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (33)          Brett Favre (124)           Ron Lewis (4-40)
26 G-NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS             W 24-20       3- 1-0 57,722 Brett Favre             LeShon Johnson (52)         Brett Favre (101)           Reggie Cobb (3-49)
1994 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (9-7)
SEPTEMBER (2-2)
4  G-MINNESOTA VIKINGS (0-0)          W 16-10       1- 0-0 59,487 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (51)          Brett Favre (185)           Sterling Sharpe (7-53)
11 M-MIAMI DOLPHINS (1-0)             L 14-24       1- 1-0 55,011 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (28)            Brett Favre (362)           Edgar Bennett (10-78)
18 at Philadelphia Eagles (1-1)       L  7-13       1- 2-0 63,922 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (15)          Brett Favre (280)           Edgar Bennett (7-44)
25 G-TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (1-2)       W 30- 3       2- 2-0 58,551 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (46)            Brett Favre (306)           Edgar Bennett (8-37)
OCTOBER (2-2)
2  at New England Patriots (2-2)      L 16-17       2- 3-0 57,522 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (68)            Brett Favre (294)           Sterling Sharpe (9-132)
9  G-LOS ANGELES RAMS (2-3)           W 24-17       3- 3-0 58,911 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (37)            Brett Favre (222)           Sterling Sharpe (7-62)
20 at Minnesota Vikings (3-2)         L 10-13 (OT)  3- 4-0 63,041 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (44)            Mark Brunell (79)           Robert Brooks (4-25)
31 at Chicago Bears (4-3)             W 33- 6       4- 4-0 47,381 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (105)         Brett Favre (82)            Sterling Sharpe (3-43)
NOVEMBER (2-2)
6  M-DETROIT LIONS (4-4)              W 38-30       5- 4-0 54,995 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (66)            Brett Favre (237)           Edgar Bennett (5-47)
13 G-NEW YORK JETS (5-4)              W 17-10       6- 4-0 58,307 Brett Favre             Favre/Cobb (21)             Brett Favre (183)           Reggie Cobb (4-24)
20 at Buffalo Bills (5-5)             L 20-29       6- 5-0 79,029 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (45)          Brett Favre (214)           Sterling Sharpe (5-86)
24 at Dallas Cowboys (8-2)            L 31-42       6- 6-0 64,597 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (17)            Brett Favre (257)           Sterling Sharpe (9-122)
DECEMBER (3-1)
4  at Detroit Lions (6-6)             L 31-34       6- 7-0 76,338 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (25)          Brett Favre (366)           Sterling Sharpe (10-115)
11 G-CHICAGO BEARS (8-5)              W 40- 3       7- 7-0 57,927 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (106)         Brett Favre (250)           Sterling Sharpe (7-86)
18 M-ATLANTA FALCONS (6-8)            W 21-17       8- 7-0 54,885 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (46)          Brett Favre (321)           Edgar Bennett (8-101)
24 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-9)      W 34-19       9- 7-0 65,076 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (100)         Brett Favre (291)           Sterling Sharpe (9-132)
1994 PLAYOFFS (1-1)
DECEMBER - NFC WILDCARD PLAYOFF
31 G-DETROIT LIONS (9-7)              W 16-12              58,125 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (70)          Brett Favre (262)           Robert Brooks (7-88)
JANUARY - NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF
8  at Dallas Cowboys (12-4)           L  9-35              64,745 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (34)          Brett Favre (211)           Robert Brooks (8-138)
G - Green Bay M - Milwaukee
(MADISON) - Two series and little more than one quarter was enough time for Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre to sway his many skeptics. Favre, whose tendency to go for the big play last season resulted in more interceptions (24) than touchdowns (19), was almost perfect in Green Bay's victory over the Rams. The Packer QB completed five of six passes for 42 yards and scrambling three times for 15 yards. Ty Detmer hit Robert Brooks with a 2-yard touchdown with 7:38 left in the 3rd quarter.
LA RAMS   -  0  3  3  0 -  6
GREEN BAY -  7  0  7  0 - 14
                         LA RAMS     GREEN BAY
First downs                   14            21
Rush-yards                 21-79        39-150
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 15-35-211-0-1 16-26-120-1-1
Yards sacked                 1-9          4-32
Total Passing Yards          202            88
Total yards                  281           238
Fumbles-lost                 1-0           0-0
Turnovers                      1             1
Yards penalized             7-49          6-35
Time of Possession         23:46         36:14
SCORING
1st - GB - Bennett, 1-yard run (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - LA - Tony Zendejas, 26-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-3
3rd - GB - Brooks, 2-yard pass from Detmer (Rich Thompson kick) GREEN BAY 14-3
3rd - LA - Zendejas, 39-yard field goal GREEN BAY 14-6
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Marcus Wilson 9-34, Dexter McNabb 4-33, Adam Walker 5-17, Mark Brunell 5-16, Reggie Cobb 7-15, Edgar Bennett 3-15 1 TD, Brett Favre 3-15, Dorsey Levens 2-6, Ty Detmer 1-(-1)
LA RAMS - Johnny Bailey 12-37, Chris Chandler 1-17, Cleveland Gary 5-16, Beno Bryant 2-8, Jamie Martin 1-1
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 6-5-42, Ty Detmer 13-6-55 1 TD, Mark Brunell 7-5-23 1 INT
LA RAMS - Chris Chandler 18-9-149 1 INT, Jamie Martin 17-6-62
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 3-24, Robert Brooks 2-8 1 TD, Dorsey Levens 2-7, Charles Arbuckle 1-18, Ron Lewis 1-16, Curtis Duncan 1-13, Terry Mickens 1-9, Adam Walker 1-7, Jackie Harris 1-6, Anthony Morgan 1-6, Edgar Bennett 1-3, Marcus Wilson 1-3
LA RAMS - Beno Bryant 4-30, Jessie Hester 3-35, Johnny Bailey 2-65, Richard Buchanan 2-26, Isaac Bruce 1-23, Flipper Anderson 1-19, Chris Brantley 1-9, Tim Lester 1-4
(GREEN BAY) - Irving Spikes, who signed with Miami as a free agent after being ignored on draft day, rushed for a touchdown and set up two others with kickoff returns of 71 and 51 yards as the Dolphins beat Green Bay in Milwaukee. The teams combined for 41 second half points. Spikes, who had the fourth-best rushing average in the nation (149.5) last year at Northeast Louisiana, provided Miami with the winning margin when he scored from 3 yards out to give the Dolphins'a 31-17 lead with 13:59 left. Dan Marino, making his second appearance since rupturing his Achilles tendon Oct. 10. completed six of seven passes for 60 yards.
MIAMI     -  8  3 13  7 - 31
GREEN BAY -  0  3 14  7 - 24
                           MIAMI     GREEN BAY
First downs                   22            24
Rush-yards                 33-94         19-49
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 17-26-222-1-0 31-44-386-2-0
Yards sacked                 2-1          1-10
Total Passing Yards          221           376
Total yards                  315           425
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           1-1
Turnovers                      0             1
Yards penalized             5-25          6-60
Time of Possession         29:43         30:17
SCORING
1st - MIA - Mark Ingram, 11-yard pass from Marino (Marino pass to Ingram) MIAMI 8-0
2nd - GB - Jacke, 23-yard field goal MIAMI 8-3
2nd - MIA - Pete Stoyanovich, 48-yard field goal MIAMI 11-3
3rd - MIA - Bernie Parmalee, 3-yard run (Pass failed) MIAMI 17-3
3rd - GB - Charles Arbuckle, 3-yard pass from Brunell (Thompson kick) MIAMI 17-10
3rd - MIA - Parmalee, 1-yard run (Stoyanovich kick) MIAMI 24-10
3rd - GB - Mickens, 57-yard pass from Detmer (Thompson kick) MIAMI 24-17
4th - MIA - Irving Spikes, 3-yard run (Stoyanovich kick) MIAMI 31-17
4th - GB - Detmer, 1-yard run (Thompson kick) MIAMI 31-24
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 8-18, Ty Detmer 2-17 1 TD, Mark Brunell 3-9, Edgar Bennett 1-3, Marcus Wilson 4-1, Dexter McNabb 1-1
MIAMI - Irving Spikes 12-32 1 TD, Terry Kirby 4-14, Bernie Parmalee 4-12 2 TD, O.J. McDuffie 1-12, Keith Byars 4-10, Doug Pederson 2-10, Aaron Craver 3-2, James Saxon 1-2, Scott Schulte 2-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 9-7-92, Mark Brunell 19-15-121 1 TD, Ty Detmer 16-9-164 1 TD
MIAMI - Dan Marino 7-6-60 1 TD, Bernie Kosar 15-8-97, Doug Pederson 4-3-74
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Curtis Duncan 4-34, Marcus Wilson 4-25, Dexter McNabb 3-34, Ed West 3-29, Dorsey Levens 3-20, Terry Mickens 2-66 1 TD, Robert Brooks 2-52, Jeff Thomason 2-51, Anthony Morgan 2-17, Charles Arbuckle 2-11 1 TD, Edgar Bennett 2-11, Jeff Wilner 1-15, Jay Kearney 1-12
MIAMI - O.J. McDuffie 3-77, Irving Fryar 3-45, Mark Ingram 3-33 1 TD, Mike Williams 2-33, James Saxon 1-15, Bernie Parmalee 1-14, Keith Jackson 1-8, Terry Kirby 1-6, Ronnie Williams 1-6, Aaron Craver 1-4
(NEW ORLEANS) - In a game reminiscent of last season, Chris Jacke outkicked Morten Andersen to give his team a preseason victory. Jacke's two fourth-quarter field goals, including the game-winning 36-yarder with 3:13 left, made up for Andersen's only kick in the third quarter as the Packers improved to 2-1. Jim making his first start as a Saint, gave New Orleans a 7-0 lead seven plays into the game. Everett passed for 56 yards in the 63-yard drive before Derek Brown plunged in for a 1-yard touchdown. Everett completed 10 of 16 passes for 102 yards, threw one interception and was sacked once in the first half. Brett Favre completed eight of 12 passes for 124 yards and a touchdown in one half for the Packers, and was also sacked once. He sprained an ankle on the play and left the game, but did not appear to be seriously hurt. Green Bay, which came into the game looking to improve its running game after rushing for just 199 yards in its first two preseason contests, did not find the key against the Saints. Bennett had just 12 yards on five carries. Reggie Cobb, the free agent acquisition touted as the answer to the Packers' rushing problems, had 10 yards on three carries, giving him 43 yards on 18 carries in three games.
GREEN BAY   -  0  7  0  6 - 13
NEW ORLEANS -  7  0  3  0 - 10
                       GREEN BAY   NEW ORLEANS
First downs                   14            16
Rush-yards                 24-83         24-73
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 19-29-203-1-0 18-32-184-0-2
Yards sacked                4-16          5-39
Total Passing Yards          187           145
Total yards                  270           218
Fumbles-lost                 4-1           3-1
Turnovers                      1             3
Yards penalized             7-44          4-19
Time of Possession         28:49         31:11
SCORING
1st - NO - Derek Brown, 1-yard run (Morten Andersen kick) NEW ORLEANS 7-0
2nd - GB - Chmura, 10-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) TIED 7-7
3rd - NO - Andersen, 29-yard field goal NEW ORLEANS 10-7
4th - GB - Jacke, 29-yard field goal TIED 10-10
4th - GB - Jacke, 36-yard field goal GREEN BAY 13-10
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Dorsey Levens 8-33, Mark Brunell 2-14, Edgar Bennett 5-12, Reggie Cobb 3-10, Ty Detmer 2-7, Brett Favre 1-5, Dexter McNabb 3-2
NEW ORLEANS - Derek Brown 7-23 1 TD, Mario Bates 10-20, Derrick Ned 1-15, Ralph Dawkins 3-8, Doug Nussmeier 1-7, Lorenzo Neal 2-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 12-8-124 1 TD, Ty Detmer 11-6-63, Mark Brunell 6-5-16
NEW ORLEANS - Jim Everett 16-10-102 1 INT, Wade Wilson 8-5-53, Doug Nussmeier 8-3-29 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Ron Lewis 4-40, Terry Mickens 3-28, Dexter McNabb 3-12, Anthony Morgan 2-47, Edgar Bennett 2-33, Mark Chmura 2-32 1 TD, Jeff Wilner 1-11, Ed West 1-4, Dorsey Levens 1-(-4)
NEW ORLEANS - Derrick Ned 4-29, Michael Haynes 3-27, Derek Brown 3-15, Torrance Small 2-27, Lorenzo Neal 2-15, Irv Smith 1-25, Steve Rhem 1-23, Eric Martin 1-16, Marcus Dowdell 1-7
(GREEN BAY) - Mike Prior returned a fumbled punt 10 yards for a touchdown and Doug Evans' interception led to a touchdown drive for the Packers. Green Bay capitalized on turnovers to overcome 10 penalties. It is the Packers' second winning preseason in 13 years and the Patriots' first exhibition loss in their last eight outings since Bill Parcells took over as coach prior to the 1993 season. A final turnover, an interception by ex-Patriot Tim Hauck with 2:58 to play, sealed New England's fate. The Patriots, who finished with more total yards than the Packers, got on the board on the third play from scrimmage. LB Vincent Brown stepped in front of running back Reggie Cobb, made the interception and returned it 19 yards.
NEW ENGLAND -  7  3  7  3 - 20
GREEN BAY   - 14  0 10  0 - 24
                     NEW ENGLAND     GREEN BAY
First downs                   16            14
Rush-yards                25-152        35-104
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 15-36-185-0-4 13-30-191-1-1
Yards sacked                 1-5          4-35
Total Passing Yards          180           156
Total yards                  332           260
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           1-1
Turnovers                      5             2
Yards penalized              0-0         10-76
Time of Possession         27:23         32:37
SCORING
1st - NE - Vincent Brown, 19-yard interception (Matt Bahr kick) NEW ENGLAND 7-0
1st - GB - Bennett, 2-yard run (Jacke kick) TIED 7-7
1st - GB - Prior, 10-yard fumble recovery (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
2nd - NE - Bahr, 27-yard field goal GREEN BAY 14-10
3rd - GB - Cobb, 7-yard pass from Brunell (Jacke kick) GREEN BAY 21-10
3rd - NE - Kevin Turner, 69-yard run (Bahr kick) GREEN BAY 21-17
3rd - GB - Jacke, 29-yard field goal GREEN BAY 24-17
4th - NE - Bahr, 34-yard field goal GREEN BAY 24-20
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - LeShon Johnson 19-52, Reggie Cobb 6-30, Edgar Bennett 4-15 1 TD, Dexter McNabb 3-10, Ty Detmer 3-(-3)
NEW ENGLAND - Kevin Turner 3-70 1 TD, Marion Butts 13-37, Leroy Thompson 6-27, Michael Timpson 1-13, Burnie Legette 1-3, Corey Croom 1-2
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 18-6-101 1 INT, Mark Brunell 9-7-90 1 TD, Ty Detmer 3-0-0
NEW ENGLAND - Drew Bledsoe 36-15-185 4 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 3-49 1 TD, Sterling Sharpe 2-27, Edgar Bennett 2-25, Ron Lewis 2-21, Ed West 1-24, Mark Chmura 1-22, Jackie Harrie 1-16, Jeff Wilber 1-7
NEW ENGLAND - Vincent Brisby 6-104, Ben Coates 3-37, Leroy Thompson 3-14, Burnie Legette 2-21, Ray Crittenden 1-9
In the final game at Milwaukee's County Stadium, the Packers defeated the Atlanta Falcons 21-17 on this last-minute touchdown dive by quarterback Brett Favre.
Mark Chmura leans for extra yardage while being tackled by Atlanta Falcons linebacker Clay Matthews during the Packers' 21-17 victory at Milwaukee County Stadium on Dec. 18, 1994. It was the Packers' last game at County Stadium. (Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette archives)
June 7, 1994 – The Green Bay Packers announce they will wear replicas of their 1937 home uniforms for four games in 1994 as the NFL celebrates its 75th anniversary. The team will don throwback outfits for games against the Eagles (Sept. 18), the Buccaneers (Sept. 25), the Patriots (Oct. 2) and the Bears (Oct. 31). The uniforms are described as consisting of “a navy blue jersey with a yellow shoulder panel and yellow numbers on the front and back. The pants are canvas in color and the stockings will be white, yellow and blue. The helmet will be yellow with a blue cage.” (Source: Green Bay Hall of Fame)
June 8, 1994 – Steve McMichael’s days of terrorizing the Packers’ backfield come to an end as the defensive tackle signs a one-year contract with Green Bay. McMichael, who played 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears, is expected to be the fourth in a defensive line populated by Reggie White, John Jurkovic and Sean Jones. “I feel like Ponce de Leon,” McMichael tells WITI-TV. “I feel like I’ve found the fountain of youth.” McMichael, who turns 37 during the season, starts 14 games for the Packers in 1994 and is credited with 28 tackles (19 solo) and 2.5 quarterback sacks. (Source: Green Bay Hall of Fame)
July 14, 1994 – Brett Favre signs the second-most lucrative contract in Green Bay Packers history by inking a five-year, $19 million deal that includes a $2.5 million signing bonus. Favre, who came to Green Bay in a February 1992 trade with the Atlanta Falcons, had become a restricted free agent. “It’s been a long time,” Favre says of the deal that had been in the works for 14 months. “I think the whole time we all knew it was going to get done.” Packers general manager Ron Wolf was relieved to get his quarterback back in the fold. “I’m glad he’s going to be here for the next five years, too.” (Source: Green Bay Hall of Fame)
ABOVE - Packers Coach Mike Holmgren with Mark Brunell, center, who was with Green Bay in 1993 and 1994, and Ty Detmer, a former Heisman Trophy winner who played with the Packers from 1992 to 1995. (Source: New York Times)

BELOW - Leroy Butler and George Teague in action against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Tampa Stadium
(GREEN BAY) - Sterling Sharpe got the loot and the Packers got their money's worth Sunday from a defense led by George Teague. Sharpe caught a 14-yard touchdown one day after threatening to sit out the season in a contract dispute, and Teague intercepted two of Warren Moon's passes in Green Bay's victory. Sharpe, who staged one of the shortest walkouts in NFL history on the eve of the season opener, agreed to adjustments in his contract late Saturday after he skipped practice, missed the team photo and threatened to sit out the whole season. The NFL's receptions leader the past two years, Sharpe reportedly was promised a $7 million bonus before next season. Moon, making his debut for Minnesota, completed 20 of 37 passes for 166 yards with three interceptions and no touchdowns. He was sacked three times.
MINNESOTA -  0  0  3  7 - 10
GREEN BAY -  3 10  0  3 - 16
                       MINNESOTA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   12            15
Rush-yards-TDs           17-48-0       26-94-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 20-37-166-0-3 22-36-185-1-0
Sacked-yards                3-20          3-15
Net pass yards               146           170
Total yards                  194           264
Fumbles-lost                 2-0           1-1
Turnovers                      3             1
Penalties-yards             9-66          8-60
SCORING
1st - GB - Jacke, 25-yard field goal 7:31 GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - Sharpe, 14-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 5:57 GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - GB - Jacke, 39-yard field goal 14:55 GREEN BAY 13-0
3rd - MINN - Faud Reveiz, 28-yard field goal 10:58 GREEN BAY 13-3
4th - MINN - James Harris, 17-yard fumble return (Reveiz kick) 1:31 GREEN BAY 13-10
4th - GB - Jacke, 49-yard field goal 7:17 GREEN BAY 16-10
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 16-51, Reggie Cobb 9-35, Sterling Sharpe 1-8
MINNESOTA - Terry Allen 11-33, Amp Lee 4-13, Warren Moon 2-2
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 36-22-185 1 TD
MINNESOTA - Warren Moon 37-20-166 3 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 7-53 1 TD, Edgar Bennett 4-39, Robert Brooks 4-35, Ed West 3-40, Reggie Cobb 3-9, Ron Lewis 1-9
MINNESOTA - Cris Carter 5-35, Jake Reed 4-42, Andrew Jordan 4-23, Qadry Ismail 2-31, Adrian Cooper 2-20, Amp Lee 2-7, Terry Allen 1-8
(MILWAUKEE) - Rookie Irving Spikes has already made a career out of beating the Packers. Spikes, a free agent who made Miami's roster after an exceptional preseason performance against Green Bay, set up two first-half touchdowns that triggered the Dolphins' victory over the Packers. Spikes made the Dolphins roster after he burned the Packers with three kickoff returns for 146 yards and ran for the winning touchdown in an exhibition victory Aug. 13. But Spikes ran just once for five yards in Miami's season-opening 39-35 victory over New England. Signed by Miami after being ignored on draft day, Spikes ran 13 times for 70 yards before leaving early in the fourth quarter with a twisted right knee. After punting on their first possession, the Dolphins scored on their next four drives, including a pair of touchdown passes by Dan Marino, in boosting their regular season record against the Packers to 8-0. Marino has beaten Green Bay all five times he's faced them, but he said the job this time was easier with the 5-foot-8, 215-pound Spikes. With Miami ahead 3-0 late in the first half, Spikes, who had the fourth-best rushing average in the nation (149.5) last year at Northeast Louisiana, ran on three straight plays for 41 yards, setting up Marino's 3-yard touchdown strike to Keith Jackson. Marino, who shredded the Patriots for 473 yards and five touchdowns last week in his first regular season appearance since undergoing surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon, completed 17 of 25 passes for 177 yards. He executed a perfect play-action fake on fourth-and-1, hitting Jackson all alone on the left side of the end zone, capping a 12-play, 86-yard drive that made it 10-0 with 5:43 left in the half. The Dolphins weren't done. DE Ed Cross recovered Brett Favre's fumble at Miami's 47 on the next series, and Spikes again put the Dolphins in position for another Marino touchdown pass. On that drive, Spikes ran five times for 35 yards, and Terry Kirby dived for a first down on fourth-and-1 at the Packers' 6. On second-and-goal, Marino hit Keith Byars wide open in the left flat for the score with 27 seconds left before halftime. After Kirby burst up the middle for a 6-yard touchdown run midway through the third period making it 24-0, the Packers drove to Miami's 10-yard line. But sixth-year NT Craig Veasey got his first career interception. Favre finally put Green Bay into the end zone late in the fourth quarter. He hit tight end Ed West for a 2-yard TD pass with 6:30 left in the game, but the conversion pass failed, and he added a 9-yard TD to Sterling Sharpe with 1:22 remaining. Favre hit West for the 2-pointer, making it 24-14.
MIAMI     -  3 14  7  0 - 24
GREEN BAY -  0  0  0 14 - 16
                           MIAMI     GREEN BAY
First downs                   20            23
Rush-yards-TDs          34-146-1        7-38-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 17-25-177-2-0 31-51-362-2-1
Sacked-yards                2-15          4-17
Net pass yards               162           345
Total yards                  308           383
Fumbles-lost                 2-0           1-1
Turnovers                      0             2
Penalties-yards             5-58          5-47
SCORING
1st - MIA - Pete Stoyanovich, 48-yard field goal 12:05 MIAMI 3-0
2nd - MIA - Keith Jackson, 3-yd pass from Marino (Stoyanovich kick) 9:17 MIAMI 10-0
2nd - MIA - Keith Byars, 3-yd pass from Marino (Stoyanovich kick) 14:33 MIAMI 17-0
3rd - MIA - Terry Kirby, 6-yard run (Stoyanovich kick) 7:11 MIAMI 24-0
4th - GB - West, 2-yard pass from Favre (Pass failed) 8:33 MIAMI 24-6
4th - GB - Sharpe, 9-yard pass from Favre (West pass from Favre) 13:38 MIAMI 24-14
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 4-28, Edgar Bennett 2-9, LeShon Johnson 1-1
MIAMI - Irving Spikes 13-70, Terry Kirby 17-64 1 TD, Keith Byars 3-13, Dan Marino 1-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 51-31-362 2 TD 1 INT
MIAMI - Dan Marino 25-17-177 2 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 10-78, Ed West 5-51 1 TD, Sterling Sharpe 5-48 1 TD, Jeff Wilner 3-20, Anthony Morgan 2-49, Robert Brooks 2-31, Reggie Cobb 2-26, LeShon Johnson 1-33, Ron Lewis 1-26
MIAMI - Mark Ingram 7-72, Terry Kirby 3-48, Irving Fryar 3-27, Keith Byars 2-13 1 TD, Keith Jackson 2-7 1 TD
(PHILADELPHIA) - Reggie White returned to Philadelphia, where he played eight seasons, to see the Eagles defense register six sacks, two interceptions and a forced fumble. The Eagles scored on two 26-yard field goals from Eddie Murray and a 1-yard run by Randall Cunningham. His former team limited White to three tackles by double- and triple-teaming him. Green Bay took a 7-0 lead on Brett Favre's 37-yard TD pass to Reggie Cobb.
GREEN BAY    -  7  0  0  0 -  7
PHILADELPHIA -  0  3 10  0 - 13
                       GREEN BAY  PHILADELPHIA
First downs                   13            20
Rush-yards-TDs           14-37-0       28-91-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 24-45-280-1-2 20-43-204-0-1
Sacked-yards                6-42          3-22
Net pass yards               238           182
Total yards                  275           273
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           1-1
Turnovers                      3             2
Penalties-yards             8-67          8-61
SCORING
1st - GB - Cobb, 37-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 14:55 GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - PHI - Eddie Murray, 26-yard field goal 14:59 GREEN BAY 7-3
3rd - PHI - Randall Cunningham, 1-yard run (Murray kick) 3:54 PHILADELPHIA 10-7
3rd - PHI - Murray, 26-yard field goal 8:32 PHILADELPHIA 13-7
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 7-15, Reggie Cobb 4-8, Brett Favre 1-8, Charles Jordan 1-5, LeShon Johnson 1-1
PHILADELPHIA - Vaughn Hebron 5-28, Randall Cunningham 7-26 1 TD, Herschel Walker 8-16, James Joseph 7-16, Calvin Williams 1-5
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 45-24-280 1 TD 2 INT
PHILADELPHIA - Randall Cunningham 43-20-204 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 7-44, Sterling Sharpe 6-108, Robert Brooks 4-22, Reggie Cobb 3-38 1 TD, Anthony Morgan 2-16, LeShon Johnson 1-33, Ron Lewis 1-19
PHILADELPHIA - James Joseph 6-37, Fred Barnett 5-68, Herschel Walker 3-14, Calvin Williams 2-43, Maurice Johnson 2-18, Mark Bavaro 1-12, Victor Bailey 1-12
(GREEN BAY) - Not all the ex-Packers had a good time at Green Bay's annual homecoming game. Brett Favre was 30-of-39 for 306 yards and three TDs and Chris Jacke kicked three field goals as Green Bay routed Tampa Bay 30-3 Sunday, spoiling the return of ex-Packers Jackie Harris, Vince Workman and Charles Wilson. Sixty former Green Bay players, including four Hall of Famers and six who played on the 1944 championship team, were at Lambeau Field for the reunion. They got to see the Packers, who had scored just 37 points all season, finally find their offensive touch. Jacke's second field goal, a 20-yarder with 16 seconds left in the half, broke the team record held by Chester Marcol, who kicked 120 field goals over an eight-year career. Marcol was at the game. 
TAMPA BAY -  0  0  3  0 -  3
GREEN BAY -  0 13 10  7 - 30
                       TAMPA BAY     GREEN BAY
First downs                   15            24
Rush-yards-TDs           16-54-0       34-95-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 12-30-197-0-1 30-39-306-3-0
Sacked-yards                5-20           0-0
Net pass yards               177           306
Total yards                  231           401
Fumbles-lost                 2-2           0-0
Turnovers                      3             0
Penalties-yards             2-20          4-22
SCORING
2nd - GB - Jacke, 21-yard field goal 2:47 GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - Bennett, 9-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 7:24 GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - GB - Jacke, 20-yard field goal 14:47 GREEN BAY 13-0
3rd - GB - Jacke, 22-yard field goal 8:02 GREEN BAY 16-0
3rd - TB - Michael Husted, 24-yard field goal 10:48 GREEN BAY 16-3
3rd - GB - West, 20-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 14:57 GREEN BAY 23-3
4th - GB - Sharpe, 3-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 12:35 GREEN BAY 30-3
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 12-46, Edgar Bennett 7-26, LeShon Johnson 10-21, Brett Favre 3-4, Darrell Thompson 2-(-2)
TAMPA BAY - Errict Rhett 7-21, Vince Workman 8-21, Trent Dilfer 1-12
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 39-30-306 3 TD
TAMPA  BAY - Craig Erickson 20-7-124 1 INT, Trent Dilfer 10-5-73
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 8-37 1 TD, LeShon Johnson 6-84, Sterling Sharpe 5-43 1 TD, Ed West 3-51 1 TD, Reggie Cobb 3-51, Robert Brooks 3-29, Ron Lewis 1-9, Jeff Wilner 1-2
TAMPA BAY - Courtney Hawkins 5-61, Jackie Harris 2-48, Charles Wilson 2-41, Horace Copeland 1-26, Willie Green 1-16, Errict Rhett 1-5
(NEW ENGLAND) - Matt Bahr's 33-yard field goal with four seconds left fluttered awkwardly, barely clearing the crossbar. It ended two minutes of kicking comedy Sunday, and gave the Patriots a 17-16 victory over Green Bay. The Packers made it possible by bumbling an extra-point attempt and botching the ensuing kickoff. The kick by the 38-year-old Bahr decided a duel between young quarterbacks Drew Bledsoe and Brett Favre. Bahr had missed his previous two attempts after making all 12 in his career with New England. But he got the chance to be the hero because Green Bay could not kick any better. Just 1:10 earlier, the Packers blew an extra-point try that Chris Jacke, who had made 127 in a row, never got to kick. Craig Hentrich had trouble handling Mark Chmura's low snap and was tackled. Then, Jacke's kickoff went out of bounds, giving New England the ball on its own 40. Bledsoe drove the Patriots into position for Bahr's winner. That enabled the Patriots to go on to their third straight win in typical fashion. Fourteen of their last 15 games have been decided by six or fewer points. Bahr missed from 47 and 33 yards earlier. He got another chance after the Patriots fell behind 16-14 on Reggie Cobb's 1-yard run with 1:14 left. Bledsoe completed 29-of-53 passes for 334 yards and two scoring passes to Vincent Brisby against the Packers, who began the game with the NFL's second best defense. On the Patriots' final drive, Bledsoe sneaked 3 yards on a third-and-1 to the Green Bay 32. Then he hit Ray Crittenden for a 10-yard gain to the 15 on a third-and-3. After two incompletions, Bahr connected. The kick ruined a strong performance by Favre. He completed 25-of-47 passes for 295 yards and an 11-yard touchdown to Sterling Sharpe that gave the Packers a 10-0 halftime lead. Sharpe set a Packers record with 533 career catches, passing James Lofton's 530. Sharpe had nine receptions for 132 yards and extended his streak to 92 games with at least one catch. Favre threw two interceptions and was sacked twice in the second half.
GREEN BAY   -  3  7  0  6 - 16
NEW ENGLAND -  0  0  7 10 - 17
                       GREEN BAY   NEW ENGLAND
First downs                   20            21
Rush-yards-TDs          27-100-1       17-48-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 25-47-294-1-2 29-53-334-2-1
Sacked-yards                4-30          2-22
Net pass yards               264           312
Total yards                  364           360
Fumbles-lost                 2-0           1-1
Turnovers                      2             2
Penalties-yards             8-70          3-15
SCORING
1st - GB - Jacke, 27-yard field goal 8:58 GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - Sharpe, 11-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 8:20 GREEN BAY 10-0
3rd - NE - Vincent Brisby, 10-yd pass from Bledsoe (Matt Bahr kick) 11:45 GREEN BAY 10-7
4th - NE - Brisby, 37-yd pass from Bledsoe (Bahr kick) 1:27 NEW ENGLAND 14-10
4th - GB - Cobb, 1-yard run (Kick failed) 13:46 GREEN BAY 16-14
4th - NE - Bahr, 33-yard field goal 14:56 NEW ENGLAND 17-16
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 16-68 1 TD, Brett Favre 2-12, Edgar Bennett 5-11, LeShon Johnson 4-9
NEW ENGLAND - Leroy Thompson 5-21, Marion Butts 7-10, Drew Bledsoe 2-9, Blair Thomas 2-5, Kevin Turner 1-3
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 47-25-294 1 TD 2 INT
NEW ENGLAND - Drew Bledsoe 53-29-334 2 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 9-132 1 TD, Edgar Bennett 4-22, Robert Brooks 3-35, Reggie Cobb 3-10, Ron Lewis 2-42, Anthony Morgan 2-31, Ed West 2-22
NEW ENGLAND - Vincent Brisby 6-117 2 TD, Ben Coates 6-87, Leroy Thompson 5-39, Kevin Turner 4-31, Michael Timpson 4-29, Ray Crittenden 3-25, Blair Thomas 1-6
(GREEN BAY) - If this was Reggie White vs. Jerome Bettis, score one for the defense. Led by White, Green Bay's defense held Bettis to 65 yards rushing on 22 carries and provided great field position for the offense in a come-from-behind victory. Bettis entered the game as the NFL's second-leading rusher after four consecutive 100-yard games. Robert Brooks returned a punt 85 yards for a touchdown, and the Packers scored 21 straight points in the second half to overcome a 17-3 halftime deficit White, the all-time NFL leader with 142 sacks in 143 career games, had 2 sacks Sunday, including one that forced a Chris Miller fumble behind his own 40-yard line with four seconds remaining. Sean Jones recovered to seal the victory.
LA RAMS   -  7 10  0  0 - 17
GREEN BAY -  3  0 14  7 - 24
                         LA RAMS     GREEN BAY
First downs                   13            21
Rush-yards-TDs           24-64-0       29-84-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 18-29-166-2-1 25-41-222-1-1
Sacked-yards                3-19          2-14
Net pass yards               147           208
Total yards                  211           292
Fumbles-lost                 4-1           2-1
Turnovers                      2             2
Penalties-yards             5-35          4-64
SCORING
1st - LA - Troy Drayton, 2-yd pass from Chris Miller (Tony Zendejas kick) 5:43 LA RAMS 7-0
1st - GB - Jacke, 25-yard field goal 14:33 LOS ANGELES RAMS 7-3
2nd - LA - Drayton, 4-yard pass from Miller (Zendejas kick) 2:56 LA RAMS 14-3
2nd - LA - Zendejas, 37-yard field goal 8:55 LOS ANGELES RAMS 17-3
3rd - GB - Sharpe, 8-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 6:02 LA RAMS 17-10
3rd - GB - Brooks, 85-yard punt return (Jacke kick) 7:18 TIED 17-17
4th - GB - Bennett, 1-yard run (Jacke kick) 2:54 GREEN BAY 24-17
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 11-37, Edgar Bennett 11-37 1 TD, Brett Favre 5-18, LeShon Johnson 1-1
LA RAMS - Jerome Bettis 22-65, Chris Miller 2-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 41-25-222 1 TD 1 INT
LA RAMS - Chris Miller 29-18-166 2 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 7-62 1 TD, Edgar Bennett 6-39, Ed West 4-53, Robert Brooks 3-40, Reggie Cobb 3-29, Ron Lewis 1-3, LeShon Johnson 1-(-4)
LA RAMS - Flipper Anderson 4-73, Troy Drayton 4-20 2 TD, Jessie Hester 3-22, Johnny Bailey 3-14, Isaac Bruce 2-21, Jerome Bettis 1-10, Todd Kinchen 1-6
(MINNESOTA) - Just when it looked like Green Bay had frustrated Warren Moon once again, Moon put Minnesota back in control of the NFC Central. Hounded by the Packers' relentless pass rush most of the night, Moon led the Vikings to a tying field goal with 17 seconds left in regulation and then to Fuad Reveiz's winning 27-yard kick 4:26 into overtime. Moon's lifted the Vikings into first place in the Central, a half-game ahead of Chicago, which plays Detroit on Sunday. The comeback stunned the Packers, who were within five minutes of climbing back into the divisional race despite losing quarterback Brett Favre in the first quarter with a hip injury. Green Bay, which beat Minnesota 16-10 in the season-opener, harassed Moon for 3 1/2 quarters, sacking him four times and intercepting him twice while backup quarterback Mark Brunell led the Packers to a 10-7 half time lead that almost stood up. But after taking over at his own 34 with 5:32 to play in the fourth quarter, Moon completed 7 of 10 passes for 58 yards to set up Reveiz's tying 29-yard kick. The Packers were outstanding on defense all night, and needed another stand to avoid losing in regulation after Minnesota had a second-and-goal on its 4, but Bryce Paup threw Amp Lee for a 7-yard loss and Moon threw incomplete into the corner of the end zone on third down. It was the fifth time in the last six meetings that the game was decided by six points or fewer.
GREEN BAY -  0 10  0  0  0 - 10
MINNESOTA -  7  0  0  3  3 - 17
                       GREEN BAY     MINNESOTA
First downs                   12            16
Rush-yards-TDs           26-71-1       19-22-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 17-34-111-0-1 31-50-271-0-2
Sacked-yards                3-24          4-41
Net pass yards                87           230
Total yards                  158           252
Fumbles-lost                 4-1           1-0
Turnovers                      2             2
Penalties-yards             5-49          7-61
SCORING
1st - MIN - Anthony Parker, 23-yard fumble return (Faud Reveiz kick) 6:25 MINNESOTA 7-0
2nd - GB - Jacke, 50-yard field goal 9:32 MINNESOTA 7-3
2nd - GB - Brunell, 5-yard run (Jacke kick) 14:10 GREEN BAY 10-7
4th - MIN - Reveiz, 29-yard field goal 14:43 TIED 10-10
OT - MIN - Reveiz, 27-yard field goal 4:26 MINNESOTA 13-10
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 12-44, Edgar Bennett 8-13, Mark Brunell 4-9 1 TD, LeShon Johnson 1-5, Robert Brooks 1-0
MINNESOTA - Terry Allen 14-21, Warren Moon 2-8, Robert Smith 2-0, Amp Lee 1-(-7)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 10-6-32 1 INT, Mark Brunell 24-11-79
MINNESOTA - Warren Moon 50-31-271 2 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Robert Brooks 4-25, Sterling Sharpe 3-16, Edgar Bennett 3-7, Ed West 2-33, Anthony Morgan 2-16, Reggie Cobb 2-8, LeShon Johnson 1-6
MINNESOTA - Cris Carter 10-68, Jake Reed 8-95, Amp Lee 4-39, Adrian Cooper 3-15, Andrew Jordan 2-21, Qadry Ismail 2-17, Robert Smith 2-16
(CHICAGO) -The Packers and Bears spent a scoreless first quarter Monday night fighting a driving wind and rain as much as each other. Then Brett Favre went to work, leading two scoring drives and scoring a touchdown on a run, to lead the Packets to a 14-0 second quarter lead. Rain whipped over the pillars of Soldier Field and the wind from the north was gusting at 36 mph. It rocked both goal posts and made it difficult for the grounds crew to get the tarp off the field before the game on a 44 degree night. There were hundreds of empty seats for the Halloween night game as fans were scared away by the weather. The wind made it tough for passers and punters headed into the wind. Brett Favre's first two passes for the Packers floated helplessly in the air as did four straight 27-yard punts by Craig Hentrich. The Bears, behind Lewis Tillman's 13-yard run, moved to the Green Bay 26 but Chicago's Raymont Harris was stopped short on a fourth-and 1. Later in the quarter, Chicago's Chris Gardocki, aided by the gusts, knocked a 57-yard punt out of bounds on the Green Bay 7 with 1:12 left. Chicago moved to the Green Bay 30, but Bryce Paup intercepted Erik Kramer's pass and returned 30 yards before Kramer tackled him on the Chicago 45 on the next to last play of the period. That gave the Packers the wind. The teams donned throwback uniforms. The Bears' colors reflected their 1925-26 season and the Packers' represented their 1937 season. 
GREEN BAY -  0 14  7 12 - 33
CHICAGO   -  0  0  0  6 -  6
                       GREEN BAY       CHICAGO
First downs                   17            12
Rush-yards-TDs          45-223-4       28-94-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT   6-15-82-1-0 21-35-174-1-3
Sacked-yards                 0-0          2-15
Net pass yards                82           159
Total yards                  305           253
Fumbles-lost                 1-0           4-2
Turnovers                      0             5
Penalties-yards             3-15          3-10
SCORING
2nd - GB - Bennett, 3-yard run (Jacke kick) 4:20 GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Favre, 36-yard run (Jacke kick) 10:14 GREEN BAY 14-0
3rd - GB - Bennett, 1-yard run (Jacke kick) 12:35 GREEN BAY 21-0
4th - GB - Bennett, 13-yard pass from Favre (Run failed) 2:04 GREEN BAY 27-0
4th - CHI - Jeff Graham, 5-yard pass from Steve Walsh (Pass failed) 9:05 GREEN BAY 27-6
4th - GB - Cobb, 9-yard run (Kick failed) 13:07 GREEN BAY 33-6
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 26-105 2 TD, Brett Favre 2-58 1 TD, Reggie Cobb 16-54 1 TD, LeShon Johnson 1-6
CHICAGO - Lewis Tillman 15-51, Robert Green 5-30, Raymont Harris 7-13, Erik Kramer 1-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 15-6-82 1 TD
CHICAGO - Erik Kramer 10-5-34 2 INT, Steve Walsh 25-16-140 1 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 3-43, Anthony Morgan 1-17, Edgar Bennett 1-13 1 TD, Robert Brooks 1-9
CHICAGO - Jeff Graham 4-26 1 TD, Robert Green 4-26, Tom Waddle 4-24, Curtis Conway 3-49, Ryan Wetnight 2-23, Keith Jennings 2-11, Bob Christian 1-9, Marv Cook 1-6
(MILWAUKEE) - The Packers' top-rated defense stuffed Barry Sanders, knocked out Scott Mitchell and finally held off the Lions at Milwaukee. The Packers took a 24-point lead into the fourth quarter Sunday, yet wound up winning only 38-30 when Dave Krieg's fourth down pass was broken up in the end zone with 42 seconds left. Krieg, taking over after Mitchell broke a bone in his right hand in the second quarter, led the Lions on late touchdown drives of 72 and 58 yards, both of them capped by two-point conversions. The Lions said Mitchell would be out indefinitely. He finished 5-for-15 for 63 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions. Krieg drove the Lions to the Green Bay 15 with less than a minute left, but Sean Jones had a sack for a 5-yard loss on third down. Krieg's desperation pass, intended for Aubrey Matthews, was stopped by CB Doug Evans. Krieg completed 23 of 33 passes for 274 yards and three touchdowns. Sanders, who entered the game with 1,035 rushing yards, more than 24 NFL teams, was held to 47 yards on 15 carries. Mitchell, who signed a three-year, $11.1 million free agent contract in the offseason, was hit hard by Reggie White midway through the second period and left the game after the next play, an incompletion in which he also was knocked to the ground. The Packers forced five turnovers, four of them in the first half. Robert Brooks caught his first two touchdowns as Green Bay produced its most points since a 38-10 victory over Detroit on Dec. 6, 1992. Green Bay scored its first 17 points off three turnovers on its way to a seemingly safe 31-7 halftime lead.
DETROIT   -  0  7  7 16 - 30
GREEN BAY - 10 21  7  0 - 38
                         DETROIT     GREEN BAY
First downs                   20            21
Rush-yards-TDs           19-49-0      28-117-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 28-48-338-3-2 24-36-237-3-1
Sacked-yards                3-21           1-7
Net pass yards               317           230
Total yards                  366           347
Fumbles-lost                 6-3           3-1
Turnovers                      5             2
Penalties-yards             8-50          5-26
SCORING
1st - GB - Paup, 10-yard interception return (Jacke kick) 11:14 GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Jacke, 30-yard field goal 14:38 GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - GB - Bennett, 17-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 8:32 GREEN BAY 17-0
2nd - GB - Brooks, 12-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 12:30 GREEN BAY 24-0
2nd - DET - Mel Gray, 91-yard kickoff return (Jason Hanson kick) 12:46 GREEN BAY 24-7
2nd - GB - Brooks, 28-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 13:34 GREEN BAY 31-7
3rd - DET - Herman Moore, 28-yd pass from Dave Krieg (Hanson kick) 9:44 GB 31-14
3rd - GB - Cobb, 10-yard run (Jacke kick) 14:56 GREEN BAY 38-14
4th - DET - Aubrey Matthews, 15-yard pass from Krieg (Brett Perriman pass from Krieg) 1:46 GREEN BAY 38-22
4th - DET - H.Moore, 1-yd pass fr Krieg (Perriman pass from Krieg) 6:29 GREEN BAY 38-30
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 13-66 1 TD, Brett Favre 3-17, LeShon Johnson 1-13, Edgar Bennett 8-11, Dorsey Levens 3-10
DETROIT - Barry Sanders 15-47, Derrick Moore 2-3, Dave Krieg 2-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 36-24-237 3 TD 1 INT
DETROIT - Scott Mitchell 15-5-63 2 INT, Dave Krieg 33-23-275 3 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 5-47 1 TD, Sterling Sharpe 5-27, Ed West 4-54, Robert Brooks 3-45 2 TD, Reggie Cobb 2-26, Anthony Morgan 2-25, LeShon Johnson 2-3, Terry Mickens 1-10
DETROIT - Herman Moore 8-151 2 TD, Barry Sanders 8-51, Aubrey Matthews 4-69 1 TD, Brett Perriman 3-39, Rodney Holman 3-14, Ron Hall 2-14
(GREEN BAY) - The Jets finally hurt themselves with their bruising defense as Green Bay exploited the absence of injured safety Ronnie Lott. Brett Favre picked on Lott's backup, Pat Terrell, for two touchdowns as the host Packers defeated New York, 17-10, extending Green Bay's winning streak at Lambeau Field to eight games. Lott, who leads the Jets with 79 tackles, didn't play because of a pinched nerve in his shoulder suffered in making a tackle in last week's 22-17 victory over Buffalo. That snapped his string of 57 straight starts dating back to Dec. 3, 1990. The Packers won their third straight game as they prepare for a three-game road swing that includes visits to four-time defending AFC champion Buffalo and two-time defending Super Bowl champion Dallas. Favre finished 20 of 28 for 183 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions.
NY JETS   -  0 10  0  0 - 10
GREEN BAY -  7  0  7  3 - 17
                         NY JETS     GREEN BAY
First downs                   16            14
Rush-yards-TDs          23-116-0       23-62-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 24-43-214-1-1 20-28-183-2-0
Sacked-yards                2-15          1-11
Net pass yards               199           172
Total yards                  315           234
Fumbles-lost                 2-0           2-1
Turnovers                      1             1
Penalties-yards             5-65          6-52
SCORING
1st - GB - Brooks, 11-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 4:15 GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - NYJ - Nick Lowery, 20-yard field goal 8:32 GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - NYJ - Rob Moore, 11-yard pass from Boomer Esiason (Lowery kick) 13:57 NY JETS 10-7
3rd - GB - Morgan, 17-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 10:34 GREEN BAY 14-10
4th - GB - Jacke, 46-yard field goal 7:49 GREEN BAY 17-10
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 11-21, Brett Favre 7-21, Edgar Bennett 5-20
NY JETS - Richie Anderson 9-74, Johnny Johnson 6-19, Brad Baxter 5-16, Boomer Esiason 3-7
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 28-20-183 2 TD
NY JETS - Boomer Esiason 43-24-214 1 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 4-24, Anthony Morgan 3-46 1 TD, Robert Brooks 3-32 1 TD, Edgar Bennett 3-8, Ed West 2-24, Reggie Johnson 2-19, Sterling Sharpe 1-13, Dorsey Levens 1-9, Terry Mickens 1-8
NY JETS - Rob Moore 7-72 1 TD, Art Monk 5-48, Johnny Mitchell 4-50, James Thornton 3-30, Richie Anderson 3-11, Brad Baxter 1-2, Johnny Johnson 1-1
(BUFFALO) - They fight like children on the sidelines and bicker across the radio dial. On the field, though, Jim Kelly and Andre Reed are always together. Kelly and Reed connected for two touchdowns and 191 yards on Sunday to beat Green Bay and revive the Bills' playoff hopes. Buffalo snapped a two-game losing streak and sent the Packers to their first loss in four games. Reed had a team record 15 catches and a career best in yardage. Kelly's total of 365 yards was his best in 2 1/2 years and the fourth-best of his career. Together, they have connected for 56 TDs, tied for third-best in NFL history and more than any other active tandem. Steve Young and Jerry Rice of the 49ers had 54 going into their Sunday night game against the Raiders. Kelly was seen yelling at Reed on the sideline Monday night during the Bills' 23-10 loss to the Steelers, when Reed admitted missing some audibles because of the crowd noise. Kelly was also upset that Reed failed to see a blitz that led to a sack, fumble and Pittsburgh touchdown. On Reed's Tuesday night radio show, he said he wishes Kelly had approached him in private so they could work it out, saying "don't act like a fool on national TV." But the two said they had put the feud behind them. And on Sunday, they showed they really have. Kelly hit Reed for 15- and 10-yard touchdowns in the first half as the Bills moved out to a 24-0 lead. Brett Favre and Sterling Sharpe connected for two touchdowns and Edgar Bennett caught another as Green Bay made it 27-20, but the Packers failed in three attempts to close the gap further.
GREEN BAY -  0  6 14  0 - 20
BUFFALO   - 14 13  0  2 - 29
                       GREEN BAY       BUFFALO
First downs                   18            27
Rush-yards-TDs           12-61-0      40-108-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 22-40-214-3-1 32-44-365-2-1
Sacked-yards                 1-9          2-18
Net pass yards               205           347
Total yards                  266           455
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           0-0
Turnovers                      1             1
Penalties-yards             3-17          6-35
SCORING
1st - BUF - Thurman Thomas, 5-yard run (Steve Christie kick) 4:20 BUFFALO 7-0
1st - BUF - Andre Reed, 15-yard pass from Jim Kelly (Christie kick) 14:29 BUFFALO 14-0
2nd - BUF - Christie, 38-yard field goal 7:25 BUFFALO 17-0
2nd - BUF - Reed, 10-yard pass from Kelly (Christie kick) 12:48 BUFFALO 24-0
2nd - GB - Sharpe, 29-yard pass from Favre (Kick failed) 13:57 BUFFALO 24-6
2nd - BUF - Christie, 51-yard field goal 15:00 BUFFALO 27-6
3rd - GB - Bennett, 5-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 5:58 BUFFALO 27-13
3rd - GB - Sharpe, 26-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 12:45 BUFFALO 27-20
4th - BUF - Safety, Green Bay holdling in end zone 13:09 BUFFALO 29-20
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 8-45, Brett Favre 1-9, Reggie Cobb 3-7
BUFFALO - Thurman Thomas 31-80 1 TD, Carwell Gardner 5-16, Kenneth Davis 2-9, Andre Reed 1-4, Jim Kelly 1-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 40-22-214 3 TD 1 INT
BUFFALO - Jim Kelly 44-32-365 2 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 5-86 2 TD, Robert Brooks 5-40, Edgar Bennett 5-22 1 TD, Reggie Cobb 4-37, Reggie Johnson 2-20, Anthony Morgan 1-9
BUFFALO - Andre Reed 15-191 2 TD, Bill Brooks 5-53, Pete Metzelaars 5-35, Thurman Thomas 4-25, Russell Copeland 2-44, Damon Thomas 1-17
(DALLAS) - Fairy tales do come true in the NFL. Just ask Jason Garrett. Garrett, the Dallas Cowboys' third-string quarterback a week ago, was plugged in as the starter Thursday and responded with a Troy Aikman-like game, carrying Dallas from a 14-point deficit to a runaway 42-31 victory over the Green Bay Packers. Garrett led Dallas on six consecutive scoring drives, including five straight touchdowns, to open the second half while completing 15-of-25 passes for 311 yards and two scores. He forced the Packers to give up a season-high 436 yards and he led Dallas to a franchise-record 36 points in the second half. Emmitt Smith was a huge help, too, catching six passes for 95 yards and rushing 32 times for 133 yards and two scores. He's the first runner this season to gain more than 100 yards against the Packers. Green Bay had the benefit of four touchdown passes from Brett Favre to Sterling Sharpe and the somewhat surprising return of Reggie White, who badly hurt his left elbow last Sunday and wasn't expected to play. But even with the first two Sharpe scores helping the Packers to a 17-6 halftime lead and White being his usual intimidating self, Green Bay couldn't stop Garrett and the Cowboys. Garrett got the chance to make his second career start because Aikman strained his left knee and second-stringer Rodney Peete bruised his right thumb in last Sunday's game. He wound up joining Steve Beuerlein, Bernie Kosar and Peete as quarterbacks who've replaced Aikman and led Dallas to victories in the last three seasons. All three have been starters elsewhere in the NFL, but none have won championships outside Dallas, further proof that the Cowboys have built one of the NFL's best offensive schemes. Garrett's biggest plays were probably a 21-yard toss to Irvin and a 38-yarder to Alvin Harper that set up Chris Boniol's 37-yard field goal and cut Green Bay's lead to 17-6 as the second quarter ended. Before that series, Garrett was 6-of- 13 for 54 yards and an interception.
GREEN BAY -  7 10  7  7 - 31
DALLAS    -  0  6 19 17 - 42
                       GREEN BAY        DALLAS
First downs                   17            23
Rush-yards-TDs           18-29-0      37-138-3
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 27-40-257-4-0 15-26-311-2-1
Sacked-yards                 2-9          2-13
Net pass yards               248           298
Total yards                  277           436
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           2-0
Turnovers                      0             1
Penalties-yards             8-94        10-109
SCORING
1st - GB - Sharpe, 1-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 10:40 GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Jacke, 28-yard field goal 5:20 GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - DAL - Chris Boniol, 41-yard field goal 8:44 GREEN BAY 10-3
2nd - GB - Sharpe, 36-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 14:24 GREEN BAY 17-3
2nd - DAL - Boniol, 37-yard field goal 15:00 GREEN BAY 17-6
3rd - DAL - Emmitt Smith, 5-yard run (Boniol kick) 0:23 GREEN BAY 17-13
3rd - GB - Sharpe, 30-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 1:32 GREEN BAY 24-13
3rd - DAL - Alvin Harper, 45-yd pass from Jason Garrett (Run failed) 4:15 GREEN BAY 24-19
3rd - DAL - Darryl Johnston, 3-yard run (Run failed) 9:26 DALLAS 25-24
4th - DAL - E.Smith, 18-yard run (Boniol kick) 0:05 DALLAS 32-24
4th - DAL - Michael Irvin, 35-yard pass from Garrett (Boniol kick) 3:40 DALLAS 39-24
4th - GB - Sharpe, 5-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 7:57 DALLAS 39-31
4th - DAL - Boniol, 35-yard field goal 14:13 DALLAS 42-31
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Reggie Cobb 9-17, Edgar Bennett 7-12, Brett Favre 2-0
DALLAS - Emmitt Smith 32-133 2 TD, Daryl Johnston 3-4 1 TD, Lincoln Coleman 1-1, Jason Garrett 1-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 40-27-257 4 TD
DALLAS - Jason Garrett 26-15-311 2 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 9-122 4 TD, Ed West 5-36, Edgar Bennett 4-22, Robert Brooks 3-29, Mark Chmura 3-28, Anthony Morgan 1-14, Reggie Cobb 1-4, Terry Mickens 1-2
DALLAS - Emmitt Smith 6-95, Alvin Harper 3-91 1 TD, Michael Irvin 3-64 1 TD, Jay Novacek 2-37, Daryl Johnston 1-24
(DETROIT) - A record-setting day by Barry Sanders kept the Detroit Lions hopes alive for an NFC wild-card berth and probably sank Green Bay's chances. Sanders rushed 20 times for 188 yards and one touchdown Sunday and the Lions held on for a 34-31 victory over the Packers. A 63-yard run by Sanders set up the go-ahead 1-yard TD dive by Derrick Moore with 9:02 left. Sanders broke his single-season record of 1,548 yards, set in 1991, during the run. The Packers drove to the Lions' 17 late in the fourth period, but Willie Clay came up with Detroit's second interception. The Packers got the ball back with 1:51 remaining, but the Lions defense was up to the task.
GREEN BAY - 14  7 10  0 - 31
DETROIT   -  3 21  3  7 - 34
                       GREEN BAY       DETROIT
First downs                   23            21
Rush-yards-TDs           23-58-0      27-199-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 29-43-366-3-2 18-30-196-2-0
Sacked-yards                 1-7           1-8
Net pass yards               359           188
Total yards                  417           387
Fumbles-lost                 2-0           0-0
Turnovers                      2             0
Penalties-yards             6-55          7-60
SCORING
1st - GB - Morgan, 26-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 5:57 GREEN BAY 7-0
2st - DET - Jason Hanson, 27-yard field goal 13:46 GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - GB - Brooks, 96-yard kickoff return (Jacke kick) 14:06 GREEN BAY 14-3
2nd - DET - Herman Moore, 24-yard pass from Krieg (Hanson kick) 1:23 GREEN BAY 14-10
2nd - DET - Barry Sanders, 13-yard run (Hanson kick) 6:38 DETROIT 17-14
2nd - GB - Sharpe, 22-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 12:36 GREEN BAY 21-17
2nd - DET - Scott Conover, 1-yard pass from Krieg (Hanson kick) 14:11 DETROIT 24-21
3rd - GB - Jacke, 24-yard field goal 5:03 TIED 24-24
3rd - GB - Morgan, 47-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 8:15 GREEN BAY 31-24
3rd - DET - Hanson, 34-yard field goal 13:55 GREEN BAY 31-27
4th - DET - Derrick Moore, 1-yard run (Hanson kick) 5:58 DETROIT 34-31
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 11-25, Reggie Cobb 8-21, Brett Favre 4-12
DETROIT - Barry Sanders 20-188 1 TD, Dave Krieg 5-17, Derrick Moore 1-1 1 TD, Brett Perriman 1-(-7)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 43-29-366 3 TD 2 INT
DETROIT - Dave Krieg 30-18-196 2 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 10-115 1 TD, Anthony Morgan 6-103 2 TD, Robert Brooks 4-79, Edgar Bennett 3-27, Mark Chmura 3-26, Reggie Cobb 2-7, Jeff Wilner 1-9
DETROIT - Aubrey Matthews 5-25, Brett Perriman 4-63, Herman Moore 3-55 1 TD, Barry Sanders 3-17, Rodney Holman 1-18, Johnnie Morton 1-17, Scott Conover 1-1 1 TD
(GREEN BAY) - A return to frigid Lambeau Field, a white-hot offense and an ice-cold Steve Walsh were just what the Packers needed to salvage their playoff hopes. The Packers routed the Bears as Brett Favre threw three touchdowns, two of them to Sterling Sharpe, and Green Bay's defense returned to form after a five-game skid. Chris Jacke added four field goals as the Packers won their ninth straight game at Lambeau, where they completed their first undefeated season since 1962. The stunned Bears lost their 14th straight December road game, a streak that dates to Dec. 7, 1987, when they edged the Raiders at the LA Coliseum. The Bears also fell from first place in the NFC Central, a game behind the Vikings, who defeated Buffalo Sunday. Although it was sunny Sunday with no snow, the temperature was 15 degrees at kickoff with a wind chill of 6. The Bears were even colder, managing just a 25-yard field goal by Kevin Butler for an early 3-0 lead before the Packers overwhelmed them. The Packers rushed for a season-high 257 yards, including 106 by fullback Edgar Bennett, who carried 22 times. Favre completed 19 of 31 passes for 250 yards with one interception. Bennett has three career 100-yard rushing games, all against the Bears. Reggie Cobb added 78 yards on 11 carries and rookie LeShon Johnson had six carries for 42 yards. The Packers' beleaguered defense, which had surrendered an average of 29 points and 392 yards per game over the last five contests, held Walsh to 13 completions in 26 attempts for 143 yards and an interception.
CHICAGO   -  3  0  0  0 -  3
GREEN BAY -  7 17 10  6 - 40
                         CHICAGO     GREEN BAY
First downs                    9            28
Rush-yards-TDs           14-27-0      46-257-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 15-35-167-0-2 20-34-266-3-1
Sacked-yards                2-18           2-7
Net pass yards               149           259
Total yards                  176           516
Fumbles-lost                 2-0           2-0
Turnovers                      2             1
Penalties-yards              1-5          2-40
SCORING
1st - CHI - Kevin Butler, 25-yard field goal 7:15 CHICAGO 3-0
2st - GB - Brooks, 12-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 11:28 GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - GB - Jacke, 39-yard field goal 4:04 GREEN BAY 10-3
2nd - GB - Bennett, 4-yard run (Jacke kick) 11:07 GREEN BAY 17-3
2nd - GB - Sharpe, 13-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 14:32 GREEN BAY 24-3
3rd - GB- Sharpe, 22-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 4:57 GREEN BAY 31-3
3rd - GB - Jacke, 24-yard field goal 12:17 GREEN BAY 34-3
4th - GB - Jacke, 20-yard field goal 5:23 GREEN BAY 37-3
4th - GB - Jacke, 29-yard field goal 5:23 GREEN BAY 40-3
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 22-106 1 TD, Reggie Cobb 11-78, LeShon Johnson 6-42, Brett Favre 3-28, Dorsey Levens 2-5, Mark Brunell 2-(-2)
CHICAGO - Lewis Tillman 5-15, Robert Green 4-9, Raymont Harris 3-4, Steve Walsh 2-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 31-19-250 3 TD 1 INT, Mark Brunell 3-1-16
CHICAGO - Steve Walsh 26-13-143 1 INT, Erik Kramer 9-2-24 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 7-86 2 TD, Robert Brooks 6-105 1 TD, Reggie Johnson 2-31, Reggie Cobb 1-15, Terry Mickens 1-11, Anthony Morgan 1-11, Edgar Bennett 1-5, Mark Chmura 1-2
CHICAGO - Jeff Graham 6-90, Lewis Tillman 3-22, Robert Green 2-6, Tony Carter 1-24, Curtis Conway 1-12, Greg McMurtry 1-9, Raymont Harris 1-4
(MILWAUKEE) -The Green Bay Packers bid farewell to Milwaukee after 61 seasons and Brett Favre's fantastic finish kept them from also kissing their playoff hopes goodbye. Favre scrambled for a 9-yard touchdown with 14 seconds left Sunday, giving the Packers a 21-17 victory over the Atlanta Falcons. The Packers have played a portion of their home schedule in Milwaukee since 1933. But in a revenue-generating move, they decided to play all their home games at Lambeau Field beginning next year. They went out in style. Green Bay FB Edgar Bennett caught eight passes for 101 yards and rushed 13 times for 46 more. When Green Bay coach Mike Holmgren left the field, he climbed a pile of snow near the first-base dugout, pumped his fists into the air and blew kisses to the crowd of 54,885 at County Stadium. "Thank you, Milwaukee!" he hollered over and over. "Thank you." Atlanta, which was eliminated from playoff contention, took its first lead on backup QB Bobby Hebert's 5-yard touchdown toss to Terance Mathis with 5:33 left. His 2-point converstion to Andre Rison made it 17-14. Green Bay got the ball at their 33 with 1:58 remaining and Favre, who completed 29-of-44 pases for 321 yards and two TDs, drove the Packers to the Atlanta 9 with 21 seconds and no time-outs left. With all his receivers covered, Favre scrambled right and appeared to be heading for the sideline so Chris Jacke would get a shot at a game-tying field goal.
ATLANTA   -  3  6  0  8 - 17
GREEN BAY - 14  0  0  7 - 21
                         ATLANTA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   22            23
Rush-yards-TDs           22-97-1       21-74-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 21-45-236-1-1 29-44-321-2-1
Sacked-yards                 0-0          2-11
Net pass yards               236           310
Total yards                  333           384
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           1-0
Turnovers                      2             1
Penalties-yards              1-5          7-57
SCORING
1st - GB - Sharpe, 8-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 5:40 GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - ATL - Norm Johnson, 20-yard field goal 10:13 GREEN BAY 7-3
1st- GB - Morgan, 15-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 14:47 GREEN BAY 14-3
2nd - ATL - Craig Heyward, 2-yard run (Pass failed) 8:22 GREEN BAY 14-9
4th - ATL - Terance Mathis, 5-yard pass from Bobby Hebert (Andre Rison pass from Hebert) 9:07 ATLANTA 17-14
4th - GB - Favre, 9-yard run (Jacke kick) 14:46 GREEN BAY 21-17
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 13-46, Brett Favre 4-12 1 TD, Reggie Cobb 3-11, Sterling Sharpe 1-5
ATLANTA - Craig Heyward 21-77 1 TD, Bobby Hebert 1-20
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 44-29-321 2 TD 1 INT
ATLANTA - Jeff George 3-1-15, Bobby Hebert 41-20-221 1 TD 1 INT, Perry Klein 1-0-0
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 8-101, Robert Brooks 8-74, Mark Chmura 5-63, Anthony Morgan 4-50 1 TD, Sterling Sharpe 3-33 1 TD, Reggie Cobb 1-0
ATLANTA - Ricky Sanders 7-46, Andre Rison 6-95, Terance Mathis 5-40 1 TD, Bert Emanuel 2-36, Craig Heyward 1-19
((TAMPA BAY) - Tampa Bay was trying to avoid another ten-loss season and win their fifth straight. The Packers were trying to make the playoffs. Green Bay rolled up a 433-214 yardage advantage to complete a season sweep. Sterling Sharpe always killed the Bucs when he played against them and 132 yards and two touchdowns was probably less than his usual performance. It was Sharpe's last game as a Packer, as he missed the playoffs and had off-season neck surgery in hopes of returning to the playing field, but chose instead to retire and pursue a career in broadcasting. The victory combined with Chicago's loss to New England assured the Packers of no worse than the second of three wild-card spots. The victory also kept their hopes of winning the Central Division alive, but those were extinguished when Minnesota won on Monday night.
GREEN BAY - 14 14  6  0 - 34
TAMPA BAY -  0  6  6  7 - 19
                       GREEN BAY     TAMPA BAY
First downs                   25            14
Rush-yards-TDs          38-143-1       16-62-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT24-36-291-3-1 16-32-161-2-1
Sacked-yards                 1-1           1-9
Net pass yards               290           152
Total yards                  433           214
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           2-1
Turnovers                      2             2
Penalties-yards             3-25          2-20
SCORING
1st - GB - Bennett, 39-yard run (Jacke kick) 2:58 GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Sharpe, 6-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 13:37 GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - TB - Michael Husted, 38-yard field goal 1:01 GREEN BAY 14-3
2nd - TB - Husted, 27-yard field goal 7:29 GREEN BAY 14-6
2nd - GB - Sharpe, 22-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 10:50 GREEN BAY 21-6
2nd - GB - Sharpe, 6-yard pass from Favre (Jacke kick) 14:33 GREEN BAY 28-6
3rd - TB - Charles Wilson, 17-yard pass from Erickson (Pass failed) 3:55 GREEN BAY 28-12
3rd - GB - Jacke, 38-yard field goal 7:57 GREEN BAY 31-12
3rd - GB - Jacke, 18-yard field goal 11:20 GREEN BAY 34-12
4th - TB - Tyji Armstrong, 1-yard pass from Erickson (Husted kick) 13:44 GREEN BAY 34-19
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 21-100 1 TD, Reggie Cobb 11-38, Brett Favre 5-3, Sterling Sharpe 1-2
TAMPA BAY - Errict Rhett 15-54, Anthony McDowell 1-8
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 36-24-291 3 TD 1 INT
TAMPA BAY - Craig Erickson 32-16-161 2 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Sterling Sharpe 9-132 3 TD, Edgar Bennett 6-35, Mark Chmura 2-46, Robert Brooks 2-18, Reggie Cobb 1-15, LeShon Johnson 1-13, Ed West 1-13, Anthony Morgan 1-10, Reggie Johnson 1-9
TAMPA BAY - Lawrence Dawsey 4-53, Tyji Armstrong 4-39 1 TD, Charles Wilson 4-37 1 TD, Anthony McDowell 3-14, Dave Moore 1-18
(GREEN BAY) - It was the worst performance of Barry Sanders' six-year NFL career, and even the Green Bay Packers couldn't believe it. Sanders, the NFL's leading rusher this season, earned 13 times for minus-1 yard Saturday as the Detroit Lions were beaten by the Packers 16-12 in an opening-round NFC playoff game. While Sterling Sharpe's absence impaired the Packers, it was not nearly as damaging as Sanders' missing running game hurt Detroit. With their Pro Bowl receiver out with a career-threatening neck injury, the Packers stopped Sanders, who had gained 1,883 yards this season. Sanders' uncharacteristic performance was the major reason Detroit was knocked out of the playoffs by Green Bay for the second straight season. Overall, Detroit was held to minus 4 yards on the ground, the lowest ever by an NFL team in the playoffs. The previous low was 7 yards rushing by New England against the Bears in Super Bowl XX. Despite Sanders' subpar performance, the Lions had a shot to win at the end when Herman Moore made a leaping grab of Dave Krieg's desperation fourth down pass from the Green Bay 17. But Moore landed just beyond the end zone as George Teague pushed him before his feet could come down inbounds. Green Bay punter Craig Hentrich ran out of the back of the end zone as time expired giving Detroit, which hasn't won a road playoff game since 1957, a meaningless safety. Brett Favre, the second leading passer in the NFL, clearly missed Sharpe, the centerpiece of Green Bay's attack with 94 catches for 1,119 yards and a team record 18 TDs this season. Favre threw 33 touchdowns this season but none Saturday. Favre was 23 for 38 for 262 yards with no interceptions. Robert Brooks, Sharpe's replacement at flanker, caught 7 passes for 88 yards as Green Bay won its fourth straight and improved to 8- 0 all time at home in the playoffs. Sharpe who caught Favre's game winning 40 yard touchdown with 55 seconds left in last year's playoff victory over the Lions watched from the sideline coaching and cheering his teammates. Favre guided the Packers to a touchdown on their first possession. But then the offense sputtered and the Packers turned to their defense led by White to stop Sanders, who had run for 188 yards against Green Bay in their last meeting. It worked. Rookie running back Dorsey Levens who earned only five times for 15 yards during the season scored his first NFL touchdown with a 3 yard run on fourth and inches for a 7-0 Green Bay lead in the first quarter.
DETROIT   -  0  0  3  9 - 12
GREEN BAY -  7  3  3  3 - 16
                         DETROIT     GREEN BAY
First downs                    9            18
Rush-yards-TDs         15-(-4)-0       35-81-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 17-35-199-1-0 23-38-262-0-0
Sacked-yards                4-24           1-7
Net pass yards               175           255
Total yards                  171           336
Fumbles-lost                 1-0           0-0
Turnovers                      0             0
Penalties-yards             4-30          3-35


















SCORING
1st - GB - Levens, 3-yard run (Jacke kick) 7:24 GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Jacke, 51-yard field goal 12:04 GREEN BAY 10-0
3rd - DET - Jason Hanson, 38-yard field goal 9:22 GREEN BAY 10-3
3rd - GB - Jacke, 32-yard field goal 14:49 GREEN BAY 13-3
4th - DET - Brett Perriman, 3-yd pass from Dave Krieg (Hanson kick) 1:25 GREEN BAY 13-10
4th - GB - Jacke, 28-yard field goal 9:25 GREEN BAY 16-13
4th - DET - Safety, Hentrich ran out of end zone 15:00 GREEN BAY 16-12
RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 22-70, Robert Brooks 1-13, Reggie Cobb 8-12, Brett Favre 2-5, Dorsey Levens 1-3 1 TD, Craig Hentrich 1-(-22)
DETROIT - Dave Krieg 1-1, Barry Sanders 13-(-1), Brett Perriman 1-(-4)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 38-22-262
DETROIT - Dave Krieg 35-17-199 1 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Robert Brooks 7-88, Edgar Bennett 6-31, Mark Chmura 5-75, Anthony Morgan 3-33, Reggie Cobb 1-18, Terry Mickens 1-17
DETROIT - Brett Perriman 4-62 1 TD, Rodney Holman 4-30, Aubrey Matthews 3-36, Barry Sanders 3-4, Herman Moore 2-52, Ty Hallock 1-15
(DALLAS) - For the second straight year, Dallas knocked Green Bay out of the playoffs, and this was the worst Packer playoff loss up to this point in the team's history. Troy Aikman completed an incredible 23 of 30 passes (76.7%) for 337 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. Jay Novacek, Michael Irvin and Alvin Harper all had more than 100 yards receiving. One of Aikman's touchdowns was a 94-yard strike to Harper that still stands as the longest play from scrimmage in Cowboys' playoff history. Aikman set two more Cowboys playoff records that day - percentage of completions and yards gained in a game. Dallas had 14 plays of ten yards or more. For Green Bay, Brett Favre was 18 of 35 for 211 yards before being pulled for Mark Brunell.
GREEN BAY -  3  6  0  0  -  9
DALLAS    - 14 14  0  7 -  35
                       GREEN BAY        DALLAS
First downs                   18            27
Rush-yards-TDs           23-99-1      32-120-3
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 21-46-236-0-1 23-32-337-2-1
Sacked-yards                 1-8           1-7
Net pass yards               228           330
Total yards                  327           450
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           1-1
Turnovers                      1             2
Penalties-yards             8-43          7-46
SCORING
1st - DAL - Emmitt Smith, 5-yard run (Chris Boniol kick) 3:53 DALLAS 7-0
1st - GB - Jacke, 50-yard field goal 7:28 DALLAS 7-3
1st - DAL - Alvin Harper, 94-yard pass from Troy Aikman (Boniol kick) 11:20 DALLAS 14-3
2nd - DAL - Blair Thomas, 1-yard run (Boniol kick) 8:15 DALLAS 21-3
2nd - GB - Bennett, 1-yard run (Pass failed) 10:29 DALLAS 21-9
2nd - DAL - Scott Galbraith, 1-yard pass from Aikman (Boniol kick) 14:49 DALLAS 28-9
4th - DAL - Thomas, 2-yard run (Boniol kick) 3:32 DALLAS 35-9
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Edgar Bennett 11-34 1 TD, Mark Brunell 4-26, Robert Brooks 2-23, Reggie Cobb 4-14, Brett Favre 2-2
DALLAS - Blair Thomas 23-70 2 TD, Emmitt Smith 7-44 1 TD, Daryl Johnston 1-4, Troy Aikman 1-2
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 35-18-211 1 INT, Mark Brunell 11-3-25
DALLAS - Troy Aikman 30-23-337 2 TD 1 INT, Rodney Peete 2-0-0
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Robert Brooks 8-138, Anthony Morgan 5-52, Edgar Bennett 3-11, Mark Chmura 2-13, Reggie Cobb 1-12, Reggie Johnson 1-9, Dorsey Levens 1-1
DALLAS - Jay Novacek 11-104, Michael Irvin 6-111, Alvin Harper 2-108 1 TD, Daryl Johnston 1-8, Emmitt Smith 1-3, Blair Thomas 1-2, Scott Galbraith 1-1 1 TD
GREEN BAY PACKERS FACTS & TRIVIA (1994): "The author of the stellar series of histories on the team that we’ve featured recently was back in 1994 with Green Bay Packers Facts & Trivia. This combination of history and quizzes format has been repeated by others, but Names’ book is more informative. Written as the Wolf-Holmgren era was getting its legs, it contains more past than present." - Packerville, USA for more pictures and content