NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR  A  G HOW ACQUIRED
Allen Barbre     78   OL 6- 4 300 Missouri South. St 1  1 23  7 2007 Draft - 4th
Nick Barnett     56   LB 6- 2 232 Oregon State       5  5 26 16 2003 Draft - 1st 
Atari Bigby      20    S 5-11 211 Central Florida    3  3 26 16 10-1-2005 FA - Miami
Desmond Bishop   55   LB 6- 2 241 California         1  1 23 10 2007 Draft - 6th round
Will Blackmon    27   CB 6- 0 202 Boston College     2  2 22  9 2006 Draft - 4th round
Shaun Bodiford   19   WR 5-11 186 Portland State     2  2 25  6 10-23-2006 FA - Detroit
Conrad Bolston   93   DT 6- 4 300 Maryland           1  1 22  1 12-12-2007 Waivers - Min
Jarrett Bush     24   CB 6- 0 197 Utah State         2  2 24 14 9-3-2006 FA - Carolina
Chad Clifton     76    T 6- 5 320 Tennessee          8  8 31 16 2000 Draft - 2nd round
Colin Cole       90   DT 6- 1 315 Iowa               4  5 27  7 9-16-2004 FA - Detroit
Daryn Colledge   73    G 6- 4 305 Boise State        2  2 25 16 2006 Draft - 2nd round
Nick Collins     36    S 5-11 200 Bethune-Cookman    3  3 24 13 2005 Draft - 2nd round
Junius Coston    62    G 6- 3 313 North Carolina A&T 3  3 23 14 2005 Draft - 5th round
Mason Crosby      2    K 6- 1 212 Colorado           1  1 22 16 2007 Draft - 6th round
Rob Davis        60   LS 6- 3 284 Shippensburg      11 12 38 16 11-4-1997 FA - Chicago
Donald Driver    80   WR 6- 0 190 Alcorn State       9  9 32 15 1999 Draft - 7th round
Brett Favre       4   QB 6- 2 222 S. Mississippi    16 17 37 16 2-11-1992 Trade - Atl
Chris Francies   83   WR 6- 1 193 Texas-El Paso      2  2 25  2 4-30-2006 FA
Bubba Franks     88   TE 6- 6 265 Miami (FL)         8  8 28  8 2000 Draft - 1st round
K.Gbaja-Biamilla 94   DE 6- 4 247 San Diego State    8  8 29 15 2000 Draft - 5th round
Ryan Grant       25   RB 6- 1 218 Notre Dame         1  2 24 16 9-1-2007 Trade - Giants
Korey Hall       35   FB 6- 0 236 Boise State        1  1 24 14 2007 Draft - 6th round
Justin Harrell   91   DT 6- 4 310 Tennessee          1  1 23  7 2007 Draft - 1st round
Al Harris        31   CB 6- 1 188 Texas A&M-Kings.   5 10 32 16 2003 Trade - Phil
A.J. Hawk        50   LB 6- 1 247 Ohio State         2  2 23 16 2006 Draft - 1st round
Carlyle Holiday  18   WR 6- 2 217 Notre Dame         2  3 26  1 12-5-2006 FA - Arizona
Jason Hunter     57   DE 6- 4 250 Appalachian State  2  2 24 16 4-30-2006 FA
Brandon Jackson  32   RB 5-10 212 Nebraska           1  1 21 11 2007 Draft - 2nd round
Cullen Jenkins   77   DL 6- 2 303 Central Michigan   4  4 26 16 5-2-2003 FA
Greg Jennings    85   WR 5-11 197 Western Michigan   2  2 23 13 2006 Draft - 2nd round
Johnny Jolly     93   DT 6- 3 312 Texas A&M          2  2 24 10 2006 Draft - 6th round
James Jones      89   WR 6- 1 207 San Jose State     1  1 23 16 2007 Draft - 3rd round
Aaron Kampman    74   DE 6- 4 270 Iowa               6  6 27 15 2002 Draft - 5th round
Ryan Krause      87   TE 6- 3 244 Nebraska-Omaha     1  3 26  9 9-3-2007 FA - Cleveland
John Kuhn        30   FB 6- 0 250 Shippensburg       1  2 24 16 9-2-2007 FA - Pittsburgh
Donald Lee       86   TE 6- 4 248 Mississippi St.    3  5 27 15 9-6-2005 FA - Miami
Ruvell Martin    82   WR 6- 4 210 Saginaw Valley St  2  2 25 15 11-16-2005 FA - S.Diego
Tony Moll        75   OT 6- 5 304 Nevada             2  2 25 12 2006 Draft - 5th round
Mike Montgomery  96   DE 6- 5 265 Texas A&M          3  3 24  9 2005 Draft - 6th round
Vernand Morency  34   RB 5-10 212 Oklahoma State     2  3 27 13 9-13-2006 Trade - Hou
Daniel Muir      95   DT 6- 2 298 Kent State         1  1 24  3 5-4-2007 FA
Craig Nall       16   QB 6- 3 230 Northwestern State 3  6 28  4 12-2-2007 FA - Houston
Tony Palmer      64    G 6- 2 311 Missouri           2  2 24  2 9-3-2006 FA - St. Louis
Charlie Peprah   26    S 5-11 202 Alabama            2  2 24 16 9-3-2006 FA - NY Giants
Ryan Pickett     79   DT 6- 2 322 Ohio State         2  7 27 14 3-15-2006 FA - St. Louis
Brady Poppinga   51   LB 6- 3 245 Brigham Young      3  3 27 16 2005 Draft - 4th round
Koren Robinson   81   WR 6- 2 205 North Carolina St  2  7 28  9 9-11-2006 FA - Minnesota
Aaron Rodgers    12   QB 6- 2 223 California         3  3 23 12 2005 Draft - 1st round
Aaron Rouse      37    S 6- 4 223 Virginia Tech      1  1 23 12 2007 Draft - 3rd round
Jon Ryan          9    P 6- 0 202 Regina (Canada)    2  4 25 16 2-1-2006 FA - Winnipeg
Jason Spitz      72    G 6- 3 300 Louisville         2  2 24 14 2006 Draft - 3rd round
Mark Tauscher    65    T 6- 3 315 Wisconsin          8  8 30 16 2000 Draft - 7th round
Frank Walker     41   CB 5-11 196 Tuskegee           1  5 26 12 3-15-2007 UFA - Giants
Scott Wells      63    C 6- 2 295 Tennessee          4  4 26 14 2004 Draft - 7th round
Tracy White      59   LB 6- 0 234 Howard             2  5 26 13 3-17-2006 FA - Jacksonv.
Corey Williams   99   DE 6- 4 313 Arkansas State     4  4 27 16 2004 Draft - 6th round
Tramon Williams  38   CB 5-11 182 Louisiana Tech     1  1 25 16 10-29-2006 FA - Houston
Charles Woodson  21   CB 6- 1 200 Michigan           2 10 30 14 4-26-2006 UFA - Oakland
Playoff Program versus Seahawks
TRADES AND TRANSACTIONS
APRIL 28 - Traded 2007 2nd-round choice (47- LB David Harris) and 7th-round choice (235 - WR Chansi Stuckey) to NY JETS for 2007 2nd-round choice (63 - RB Brandon Jackson), 3rd-round choice (89 - S Aaron Rouse), and 6th-round choice (191 -  LB Korey Hall)
APRIL 29 - Traded 2007 4th-round choice (112 - P Daniel Sepulveda) to PITTSBURGH for 2007 4th-round choice (119 - OL Allen Barbre) and 6th-round choice (192 - LB Desmond Bishop) 
SEPTEMBER 1 - Traded an undisclosed draft choice to NY GIANTS for RB Ryan Grant
2007 IN REVIEW
On February 2, Brett Favre announced that he would return. "I am so excited about coming back," the 37-year-old quarterback said. He also commented, "We have a good nucleus of young players.
We were 8-8 last year, and that's encouraging." Little did he know how encouraging the season would be, as the Packers tied with a franchise win with 13 wins. The off-season did cause its share of
concern. Ahman Green signed with Houston, and William Henderson was released. Reportedly, the Packers were in talks with Oakland Raiders wide receiver Randy Moss at the behest of  Favre. If
the Packers had made the move to acquire the 30 year-old wide receiver, the trade would no doubt have been a controversial one, as Moss has a long and storied history with the Green Bay franchise.
The rumors were put to an end on April 29th, when Oakland dealt Moss to New England for a 4th round draft pick. In the days following the NFL draft, Favre was reportedly so upset that his agent
requested that the Packers trade him. Mike McCarthy was able to calm Favre down over the phone. Ironically, the Packers clinched the NFC North division title with a win over Moss' old employers,
Oakland. It was the Packers' 18th division title, along with their 24th playoff berth with three games remaining in the season - the second-fastest division title in team history.  The surprise of the
season was RB Ryan Grant, who was traded by the Giants to the Packers on September 1 in exchange for a future sixth-round draft pick and played as the second-string running back behind
DeShawn Wynn for the first 6 games of the season.  He took over as the starter after Wynn went down with an injury. In the Packers divisional playoff game against the Seahawks, he fumbled twice in
the first 4 minutes; both the resulting drives led to touchdowns for the Seahawks. Grant made up for these early mistakes by going on to rush for 201 yards and 3 touchdowns, both of which set
franchise records for Packers' post-season games. The season ended on a sour note, though, when Green Bay lost the NFC title to the eventual-champion New York Giants at Lambeau Field in
overtime. It was the 3rd coldest game in NFL history. 
MILWAUKEE AND THE OTHER PRO LEAGUES
AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE - Milwaukee's last outdoor pro football franchise, the Chiefs, closed its doors in 1941, when the American Football League shut down for World War II. When another American Football League was launched in 1960, it took only a few years for the league to turn its eyes toward Wisconsin. After granting an expansion team to Atlanta in June 1965, the league said it was also looking at Chicago and Milwaukee for a 10th franchise, after a deal with Philadelphia started to fall apart. In June,  commissioner Joe Foss came to the city to tape a television show. He said the city was one of six the league was looking at for an expansion team. Foss said the AFL needed another Midwestern team to complement the Kansas City Chiefs. Marvin Fishman was the spokesman for a group seeking an AFL team, with former Notre Dame coach Terry Brennan also among the organizers. In July, the team sent a $900,000 letter of credit to the AFL, which said it wanted to add two teams in 1966 and two more in 1968.  In November, Fishman said that he was looking for 30,000 season ticket pledges. In April 1966, Fishman was told to ask Vince Lombardi for permission to hold an AFL exhibition game between the Jets and Dolphins later that summer. The Packers, who had an exclusive contract with County Stadium through the 1968 season, predictably said no two days later. Fishman said he expected the game would have brought a crowd of 40,000. 
CONTINENTAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE - In the summer of 1967, Fishman apparently had switched his sights to a franchise in the Continental Football League, and threatened litigation to force County Stadium to open its doors to a team other than the Packers. Nothing came of the threat, but Milwaukee was granted a CFL franchise in January 1967 at a cost of $25,000. In March 1967, it was reported that the Milwaukee CFL franchise was in jeopardy, and the league was waiting on a decision from an investor to place a team in New York. If that team did not come to pass, the CFL planned to place a team in Chicago or Akron in addition to Milwaukee. Later that month, Fishman announced the team would not launch until 1968. Nothing more would be heard about the franchise, and Fishman moved onto another project - acquiring an NBA franchise, which he did in January 1968 with the Bucks.
WORLD FOOTBALL LEAGUE - Milwaukee was briefly mentioned as a possible franchise in the World Football when it formed in 1973. In December of that year, Birmingham owner Bill Putman listed off six cities, including Milwaukee, that were being considered for teams after the first wave of franchises was issued. By January 1974, the WFL was formed without Milwaukee.
CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE - In 1994, Fishman was back in the news, confirming reports that he was exploring the possibility of bringing a CFL franchise. Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist was open to the idea after the Packers decided that they would no longer play any regular season games at County Stadium. CFL Commissioner Larry Smith said Milwaukee would probably acquire a current team, rather than an expansion franchise, an it was one of the five cities that Las Vegas owner Nick Mileti is considering as a potential home for his team. By January 1995, it was reported that the only stumbling block for a move to Milwaukee by  the Posse is a "suitable lease agreement" for use of County Stadium. Nothing came to pass and the team eventually folded in April.
NEW USFL - The most recent flirtations with pro football have come in the form of the new USFL, which was rumored to be trying to launch in 2010. Milwaukee was one of more than 30 cities being considered. The New USFL was founded in 2009 by Southern California businessman Michael Dwyer. But after three years of inactivity and failed efforts to launch the league, the league was purchased by EndZone Sports Management and will be headquartered in San Diego. The league expects to field eight teams and play a 14-game regular season from March to June with a four-team playoff system and championship starting in the spring of 2014. The league is a professional league, but will operate as a developmental minor league which will afford players and personnel the opportunity to advance their level of play to other leagues like the National Football League, Arena Football League or Canadian Football League. The league rules will mirror those of the NFL. The new USFL plans to have 8 teams for their first season, with franchises set for markets in Ohio, Southern California, Texas, Alabama, and Louisiana. Discussions about teams in Hartford, Portland, Salt Lake City, and Rochester have been mentioned by the league as well.
UNITED FOOTBALL LEAGUE - The UFL debuted in 2009. United Football League Commissioner Michael Huyghue said his fledgling league had plans to add two teams a year for the next three years. And Milwaukee, he said, would be one of the cities under consideration. The league had identified 21 cities with strong economic bases, passionate football tradition, and a high number of average TV viewing households as potential team locations when it was founded. Target markets included: Austin; Birmingham; Columbus; Hartford; Las Vegas; London, England; Los Angeles; Louisville; Memphis; Mexico City; Milwaukee; Monterrey, Mexico; New York City; Oklahoma City; Orlando; Portland, Oregon; Raleigh-Durham; Sacramento; Salt Lake City; San Antonio; and San Jose. After four unprofitable seasons, the league appears to have folded. On October 20, 2012, after four weeks, continued financial shortfalls, an uncertain stadium situation in Las Vegas, and dramatically reduced attendances across all four markets, the UFL ceased operations for the remainder of the 2012 season. According to head of public relations Larry Weismann, the league intends on resuming the canceled schedule some time in spring 2013, with those games counting toward the 2012 season standings, then come back yet again for the next season in fall 2013. Milwaukee is no longer mentioned as an expansion franchise, since it does not even appear the UFL will return.
NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR  A  G HOW ACQUIRED
DeShawn Wynn     42   RB 5-11 232 Florida            1  1 23  7 2007 Draft - 7th round
NOTE: Player must appear in game to be considered on the 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
2007 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD
NAME              POS COLLEGE           HOW ACQUIRED
James Adkisson     TE South Carolina    10-3-07 FA (Oakland)
Dalton Bell        QB W. Texas A&M      9-11-07 FA (Carolina)
Carl-Johan Bjork   LB None              7-9-07 FA (Dallas)
Tristan Burge       S Eastern Illinois  10-22-07 FA
David Clowney      WR Virginia Tech     2007 Draft - 5th round
Chris Francies     WR Texas-El Paso     5-5-06 FA
Clark Harris       TE Rutgers           2007 Draft - 7th round
Spencer Havner     LB UCLA              10-4-06 FA (Washington)
Onrea James        WR Hampton           9-18-07 FA (San Diego)
Ryan Keenan         G Northwestern      1-4-08 FA (Indianapolis)       
Ryan Krause        TE Nebraska-Omaha    9-3-07 FA (Cleveland)          
Alfred Malone      DT Troy              12-11-07 FA (Houston)
Chris Patrick       G Nebraska          9-18-07 FA (New England)      
Joe Porter         CB Rutgers           11-25-07 FA
Cameron Stephenson OG Rutgers           9-11-07 FA (Pittsburgh)
Orrin Thompson     OT Duke              10-15-06 FA (Miami)
Paul Thompson      QB Oklahoma          9-2-07 FA
Cliff Washburn     OT The Citadel       1-8-08 FA (Denver)
Corey White        RB UAB               9-2-07 FA
Bold Italics - Made Active Roster
2007 PACKERS DRAFT (April 28-29, 2007)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1    16 Justin Harrell       DT Tennessee
2a   47 Traded to NY Jets in draft-day trade
2b   63 Brandon Jackson      RB Nebraska      (A) 
3a   78 James Jones          WR San Jose St
3b   89 Aaron Rouse           S Virginia Tech (A)
4a  112 Traded to Pittsburgh in draft-day trade
4b  119 Allen Barbre        T/G Mo. South St  (B) 
5   157 David Clowney        WR Virginia Tech
6a  191 Korey Hall           LB Boise State   (A)
6b  192 Desmond Bishop       LB California    (B)
6c  193 Mason Crosby          K Colorado      
7a  228 DeShawn Wynn         RB Florida
7b  235 Traded to NY Jets in draft-day trade
7c  243 Clark Harris         TE Rutgers       (C) 
A-From NY Jets in draft-day trade B-From Pittsburgh in draft-day trade C-Compensatory Pick
Bold Italics - Played for the Green Bay Packers
FREE AGENCY - EXCLUSIVE-RIGHTS FREE AGENTS
DT Colin Cole (Re-signed March 28), RB Noah Herron (Re-signed March 14), WR Carlyle Holiday (Re-signed April 2), TE Tory Humphrey (Re-signed March 23)
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
DT/DE Cullen Jenkins (Re-signed Feb. 26)
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS SIGNED - CB Frank Walker (NY Giants - March 15)
PLAYERS RE-SIGNED - LS Rob Davis (Jan. 23), TE Donald Lee (Feb. 19), T/G Tyson Walter (March 5), LB Tracy White (March 7)
PLAYERS LOST - DT Kenderick Allen (Cincinnati), RB Ahman Green (Houston), TE David Martin (Miami)
PLAYERS NOT SIGNED - QB Todd Bouman, LB Ben Taylor
2007 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (2-2)
AUGUST (2-2)                           RESULT       RECORD    ATT STARTING QB             LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
11 at Pittsburgh Steelers             W 13- 9       1- 0-0 57,151 Brett Favre             Brandon Jackson (57)        Aaron Rodgers (168)         James Jones (6-58)
18 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS                   W 48-13       2- 0-0 69,761 Brett Favre             Brandon Jackson (54)        Aaron Rodgers (97)          James Jones (4-58)
23 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS               L 13-21       2- 1-0 69,268 Brett Favre             Corey White (60)            Brett Favre (130)           James Jones (6-80)
30 at Tennessee Titans                L 14-30       2- 2-0 69,143 Brett Favre             DeShawn Wynn (54)           Brett Favre (82)            James Jones (5-37)
2007 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (13-3)
SEPTEMBER (4-0)
9  PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (0-0)          W 16-13       1- 0-0 70,598 Brett Favre             Brandon Jackson (40)        Brett Favre (206)           Donald Driver (6-66)
16 at New York Giants (0-1)           W 35-13       2- 0-0 78,701 Brett Favre             DeShawn Wynn (50)           Brett Favre (286)           Donald Driver (8-73)
23 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (1-1)           W 31-24       3- 0-0 70,733 Brett Favre             Brandon Jackson (22)        Brett Favre (369)           Donald Driver (6-126)
30 at Minnesota Vikings (1-2)         W 23-16       4- 0-0 63,779 Brett Favre             DeShawn Wynn (20)           Brett Favre (344)           Donald Driver (7-58)
OCTOBER (2-1)
7  CHICAGO BEARS (1-3)                L 20-27       4- 1-0 70,904 Brett Favre             DeShawn Wynn (78)           Brett Favre (322)           Vernand Morency (7-48)
14 WASHINGTON REDSKINS (3-1)          W 17-14       5- 1-0 70,761 Brett Favre             DeShawn Wynn (37)           Brett Favre (188)           Donald Driver (5-38)
29 at Denver Broncos (3-3)            W 19-13 (OT)  6- 1-0 77,160 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (104)            Brett Favre (331)           Greg Jennings (6-141)
NOVEMBER (4-1)
4  at Kansas City Chiefs (4-3)        W 33-22       7- 1-0 78,988 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (55)             Brett Favre (360)           Donald Driver (5-99)
11 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (3-5)            W 34- 0       8- 1-0 70,945 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (119)            Brett Favre (351)           Koren Robinson (5-45)
18 CAROLINA PANTHERS (4-5)            W 31-17       9- 1-0 70,805 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (88)             Brett Favre (218)           Greg Jennings (7-48)
22 at Detroit Lions (6-4)             W 37-26      10- 1-0 63,257 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (101)            Brett Favre (381)           Donald Driver (10-147)
29 at Dallas Cowboys (10-1)           L 27-37      10- 2-0 64,167 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (94)             Aaron Rodgers (201)         Donald Driver (7-66)
DECEMBER (3-1)
9  OAKLAND RAIDERS (4-8)              W 38- 7      11- 2-0 70,828 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (156)            Brett Favre (266)           Donald Lee (4-71)
16 at St. Louis Rams (3-10)           W 33-14      12- 2-0 66,008 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (55)             Brett Favre (225)           Donald Driver (5-80)
23 at Chicago Bears (5-9)             L  7-35      12- 3-0 62,272 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (100)            Brett Favre (153)           Donald Driver (4-32)
30 DETROIT LIONS (7-8)                W 34-13      13- 3-0 70,869 Brett Favre             Brandon Jackson (113)       Brett Favre (99)            Koren Robinson (4-47)
2007 PLAYOFFS (1-1) 
NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF
12 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (11-6)            W 42-20              72,168 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (201)            Brett Favre (173)           Greg Jennings (6-71)
NFC CHAMPIONSHIP
20 NEW YORK GIANTS (12-6)             L 20-23(OT)          72,740 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (29)             Brett Favre (2360           Donald Driver (5-141)
(PITTSBURGH) - The Packers scuffled through a slow start but rebounded with a solid performance by Aaron Rodgers and productive debuts by rookies James Jones and Brandon Jackson to defeat the Steelers Saturday night at Heinz Field. Rodgers led the Packers on three consecutive scoring drives, one to close the first half and then two to open the second half. Using his legs to buy some time and find openings in the Pittsburgh secondary, he completed several throws from outside the pocket and finished 18-of-27 passing for 168 yards and one touchdown. Jones led the receiving corps with six catches for 58 yards, while Jackson was the workhorse for a shorthanded backfield, churning out 57 yards on 16 carries. Jones' best play came during the two-minute drill to close the first half. On third-and-5, he caught a short pass and then made a nifty open-field move to break into daylight along the sideline for a 21-yard gain. The play helped set up a 32-yard Dave Rayner field goal on the final play of the first half, bringing the Packers within 9-3. Like the offense in general, Jackson started slow, with just one carry for more than 3 yards through the first 2 1/2 quarters. But then he broke loose as well, busting out runs of 16 and 14 yards in a span of four plays that helped set up a 52-yard field goal by Mason Crosby that closed the scoring at 13-9 late in the third quarter. 
GREEN BAY  -  0  3 10  0 - 13
PITTSBURGH -  6  3  0  0 -  9
                       GREEN BAY    PITTSBURGH
First downs                   19            14
Rush-yards                31-124        28-132
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 21-36-183-1-0 15-30-210-1-0
Yards sacked                 1-1          5-33
Total Passing Yards          182           177
Total yards                  306           309
Fumbles-lost                 1-0           1-1
Turnovers                      0             1
Yards penalized             8-48          7-74
Time of Possession         29:11         30:49
SCORING
1st - PIT - 0:48 Walter Young, 41-yd pass from Charlie Batch (Kick blocked) PITTSBURGH 6-0
2nd - PIT - 12:22 Josh Reed, 27-yard field goal PITTSBURGH 9-0
2nd - GB - 0:00 Rayner, 32-yard field goal PITTSBURGH 9-3
3rd - GB - 9:11 Holiday, 3-yard pass from Rodgers (Rayner kick) GREEN BAY 10-9
3rd - GB - 3:25 Crosby, 52-yard field goal GREEN BAY 13-9
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Brandon Jackson 16-57, Corey White 8-22, Noah Herron 4-20, Aaron Rodgers 1-20, Ingle Martin 1-5, Brett Favre 1-0
PITTSBURGH - Gary Russell 9-56, Najeh Davenport 7-34, Kevan Barlow 6-25, Willie Reid 1-9, Larry Croom 1-4, John Kuhn 2-3, Verron Haynes 1-1, Brian St. Pierre 1-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 7-2-7, Aaron Rodgers 27-18-168 1 TD, Ingle Martin 2-1-8
PITTSBURGH - Ben Roethlisberger 2-2-14, Charlie Batch 5-3-97 1 TD, Brian St. Pierre 23-10-99
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - James Jones 6-58, Ruvell Martin 3-45, Shaun Bodiford 2-26, Chris Francies 2-16, Robert Ferguson 2-7, Noah Herron 1-13, Donald Lee 1-6, Zac Alcorn 1-5, Carlyle Holiday 1-3 1 TD, Donald Driver 1-3, Brandon Jackson 1-1
PITTSBURGH - Walter Young 2-50 1 TD, Nate Washington 2-17, Gary Russell 2-11, Santonio Holmes 1-49, Gerran Walker 1-24, Willie Reid 1-14, Eric Fowler 1-14, Jon Dekker 1-8, Verron Haynes 1-7, Larry Croom 1-6, Hines Ward 1-5, Dallas Baker 1-5
(GREEN BAY) - The Packers lost Pro Bowl wide receiver Donald Driver and their unbeaten preseason record in a loss to Jacksonville Thursday night. After sputtering under starting quarterback Byron Leftwich, the Jaguars' offense woke up when backup David Garrard entered the game early in the third quarter. Playing against the Packers' second-string defense, Garrard played two series and led the Jaguars to two touchdowns. A bigger concern for the Packers was the status of Driver, who was taken to the locker room just before halftime with an injury to his right foot. He was injured after catching a pass from Rodgers late in the second quarter and spinning away from cornerbacks Terry Cousin and Brian Williams. Driver then was tackled by safety Sammy Knight and landed awkwardly. Driver was helped off the field, then sat in the front seat of a motorized cart as he was taken to locker room at the two-minute warning to undergo medical tests. Mike McCarthy said Driver's injury was initially diagnosed as a foot sprain. Garrard opened with a 7-play, 45-yard drive capped by a 1-yard touchdown run by LaBrandon Toefield. He came back with a 25-yard touchdown pass to tight end George Wrighster to put the Jaguars ahead 14-10 late in the second quarter. Garrard was 6-for-7 for 97 yards and a touchdown before he was replaced by third-string quarterback Quinn Gray, who played despite the death of his father Thursday morning. Leftwich was 6-of-16 for 67 yards, often dodging pressure from the Packers' defensive line - the Jaguars were missing two starting offensive linemen - and overthrowing open receivers several times. Brett Favre and the Packers' first-string offense got off to a slow start due in part to shaky play from two of their most important rookies, wide receiver James Jones and running back Brandon Jackson. Favre was 14-for-20 for 130 yards.
JACKSONVILLE -  0  0 14  7 - 21
GREEN BAY    -  0 10  0  3 - 13
                    JACKSONVILLE     GREEN BAY
First downs                   18            17
Rush-yards                26-104         25-84
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 15-28-208-1-0 22-32-218-0-1
Yards sacked                 0-0          5-41
Total Passing Yards          208           177
Total yards                  312           261
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           2-1
Turnovers                      1             2
Yards penalized             2-10          4-29
Time of Possession         26:49         33:11
SCORING
2nd - GB - 5:20 Rayner, 22-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - 0:22 Jackson, 1-yard run (Rayner kick) GREEN BAY 10-0
3rd - JACK - 7:07 LaBrandon Toefield, 1-yard run (Josh Scobee kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
3rd - JACK - 1:40 George Wrighster, 25-yard pass from David Garrard (Scobee kick) JACKSONVILLE 14-10
4th - GB - 6:01 Crosby, 38-yard field goal JACKSONVILLE 14-13
4th - JACK - 0:48 Brian Iwuh, 24-yard interception return (Aaron Elling kick) JACKSONVILLE 21-13
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Corey White 11-60, Brandon Jackson 11-20 1 TD, Noah Herron 3-4
JACKSONVILLE - D.D. Terry 5-29, Maurice Jones-Drew 7-21, Fred Taylor 3-19, LaBrandon Toefield 5-14 1 TD< David Gerrard 2-11, Byron Leftwich 1-8, Alvin Pearman 1-1, Reggie Williams 1-1, Greg Jones 1-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 20-14-130, Aaron Rodgers 9-6-82, Ingle Martin 3-2-6 1 INT
JACKSONVILLE - Byron Leftwich 16-6-67, David Gerrard 7-6-97 1 TD, Quinn Gray 5-3-44
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - James Jones 6-80, Brandon Jackson 4-23, Donald Driver 3-27, Greg Jennings 2-19, Bubba Franks 1-25, Donald Lee 1-20, Noah Herron 1-11, Carlyle Holiday 1-6, Ruvell Martin 1-5, Brandon Miree 1-2, Corey White 1-0
JACKSONVILLE - LaBrandon Toefield 3-32, George Wrightster 2-33 1 TD, Reggie Williams 2-9, D.D. Terry 1-29, Matt Jones 1-26, Dennis Northcutt 1-20, John Broussard 1-16, Ernest Wilford 1-15, Charles Sharon 1-12, Fred Taylor 1-9, Isaac Smolko 1-7
(GREEN BAY) - For all of Brett Favre's questions about the readiness of some of his younger teammates, only one question mattered Saturday night: To leap or not to leap? Rookie receiver James Jones did a "Lambeau leap" into the grandstands after scoring a touchdown early in Green Bay's 48-13 preseason rout of Seattle. But rookie running back Brandon Jackson passed, choosing instead to jog back to the sideline to celebrate with his teammates. Favre directed the Packers to 17 points in their first four drives after declaring earlier this week that their dismal showing in its preseason debut at Pittsburgh -- they failed to gain a single first down with Favre under center -- left him as frustrated as he had ever been after a preseason game. It was the most prolific preseason scoring output since the days of leather helmets for the Packers, who beat the Cedar Rapids Crush 75-0 in 1938. Favre showed increased comfort with two rookie teammates, handing off to Jackson for a 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and connecting with Jones for a 16-yard touchdown pass to begin the second quarter. Jones also caught a touchdown pass from backup Aaron Rodgers later in the quarter. Meanwhile, backup Seneca Wallace struggled in Hasselbeck's place. Without starting tackles Walter Jones and Sean Locklear, Wallace spent most of the first half on the run. Jones is coming off right shoulder surgery and Locklear has a sore right knee. Packers defensive end Kabeer-Gbaja Biamila sacked Wallace in the second quarter and forced a fumble, allowing linebacker Nick Barnett to recover and run for a 62-yard touchdown. With the extra point, the Packers led 24-3. The Packers scored another defensive touchdown late in the second quarter when safety Atari Bigby pounced on Wallace and forced a fumble, allowing linebacker Tracy White to pick up the ball and run 34 yards. Wallace was replaced late in the second quarter by third-stringer David Greene -- who threw three interceptions, including two to Jarrett Bush. 
SEATTLE   -  7  6  0  0 - 13
GREEN BAY - 10 28 10  0 - 48
                         SEATTLE     GREEN BAY
First downs                   15            18
Rush-yards                34-127         27-79
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 12-32-162-0-3 22-38-220-3-2
Yards sacked                7-50          2-23
Total Passing Yards          112           197
Total yards                  239           276
Fumbles-lost                 4-3           3-3
Turnovers                      6             5
Yards penalized            10-82          9-76
Time of Possession         29:47         30:13
SCORING
1st - GB - 7:28 Crosby, 37-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - SEA - 4:22 Josh Brown, 46-yard field goal TIED 3-3
1st - GB - 3:25 Jackson, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 10-3
2nd - GB - 14:55 Jones, 16-yard pass from Favre (Rayner kick) GREEN BAY 17-3
2nd - GB - 11:35 Barnett, 62-yard fumble return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-3
2nd - SEA - 9:52 Maurice Morris, 15-yard run (Brown kick) GREEN BAY 24-10
2nd - GB - 5:44 Jones, 7-yard pass from Rodgers (Rayner kick) GREEN BAY 31-10
2nd - GB - 3:24 Tracy White, 34-yard fumble return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 38-10
2nd - SEA - 0:00 Brown, 48-yard field goal GREEN BAY 38-13
3rd - GB - 13:20 Rayner, 24-yard field goal GREEN BAY 41-13
3rd - GB - 7:10 Holiday, 4-yard pass from Rodgers (Rayner kick) GREEN BAY 48-13
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Brandon Jackson 13-54 1 TD, Corey White 13-25, Aaron Rodgers 1-0
SEATTLE - A.J. Harris 15-54, Maurice Morris 6-31 1 TD, Leonard Weaver 6-17, Marquis Weeks 3-11, Seneca Wallace 1-11, Shaun Alexander 3-3
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 12-7-74 1 TD, Aaron Rodgers 16-10-97 2 TD, Paul Thompson 10-5-49 2 INT
SEATTLE - Seneca Wallace 15-6-94, David Greene 17-6-68 3 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - James Jones 4-58 2 TD, Bubba Franks 4-30, David Clowney 3-18, Donald Driver 2-26, Ruvell Martin 2-10, Carlyle Holiday 2-8 1 TD, Zac Alcorn 1-21, Clark Harris 1-20, Brandon Jackson 1-11, Carlton Brewster 1-10, Korey Hall 1-8
SEATTLE - Bennie Joppru 2-26, Ben Obomanu 2-24, Logan Payne 2-18, D.J. Hackett 2-12, Nate Burleson 1-55, Leonard Weaver 1-13, Marcus Pollard 1-7, Deion Branch 1-7
(TENNESSEE) - All that's left now is to watch the film and make the final decisions. The Packers finished up their 2007 preseason with a 30-14 loss to Tennessee Thursday, but with the starters playing only half of the first quarter, this game was primarily about getting one final look at all the backups. The defensive starters played just one series, forcing a three-and-out by Tennessee and holding the Titans to just 4 yards. Meanwhile, the offensive starters played two series and scored on their second drive. Directing an effective no-huddle attack, Brett Favre completed four straight passes - two to Bubba Franks for 9 and 20 yards, one to James Jones for 8 yards, and a slant-and-run to Greg Jennings for 23 yards - to set up goal-to-go from the 9-yard line. On third down, Favre then hit Noah Herron with a short dump-off over the middle, and the third-year running back dodged a tackler and dove over the goal line for a 7-0 lead midway through the first quarter. From there, the Titans' starters took control of the game against the Packers' reserves, driving two straight times for touchdowns while holding the Green Bay offense scoreless the rest of the first half. Aaron Rodgers' first series as quarterback produced his best chance to score. Completions of 11 and 13 yards to Jones, plus an 11-yard pass to Ruvell Martin set up a 52-yard field goal attempt, but Mason Crosby barely missed wide left. In the final day of the kicking competition with Dave Rayner, Crosby also had two kickoffs go 1 and 3 yards deep in the end zone. Rayner had just one kickoff that went to the 3-yard line. Crosby's miss was the only hiccup by either kicker in the four preseason games.
GREEN BAY -  7  0  7  0 - 14
TENNESSEE -  0 14 13  3 - 30
                       GREEN BAY     TENNESSEE
First downs                   12            19
Rush-yards                 27-61        32-152
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 17-26-154-1-0 20-28-180-1-0
Yards sacked                2-19          2-16
Total Passing Yards          135           164
Total yards                  196           316
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           1-1
Turnovers                      0             1
Yards penalized             4-25          5-45
Time of Possession         28:09         31:51
SCORING
1st - GB - 7:42 Herron, 6-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - TENN - 11:12 Brandon Jones, 6-yard pass from Vince Young (Rod Bironas kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - TENN - 5:27 Young, 8-yard run (Bironas kick) TENNESSEE 14-7
3rd - GB - 14:45 Harrell, 18-yard fumble return (Crosby kick) TIED 14-14
3rd - TENN - 9:46 Bironas, 51-yard field goal TENNESSEE 17-14
3rd - TENN - 2:34 Bironas, 33-yard field goal TENNESSEE 20-14
3rd - TENN - 0:53 Chris Davis, 70-yard punt return (Bironas kick) TENNESSEE 27-14
4th - TENN - 6:38 Bironas, 46-yard field goal TENNESSEE 30-14
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Deshawn Wynn 21-54, Aaron Rodgers 1-5, Paul Thompson 3-1, Corey White 2-1
TENNESSEE - Lendale White 15-58, Chris Brown 7-42, Chris Henry 7-22, Chris Davis 1-18, Vince Young 2-12 1 TD
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 10-8-82 1 TD, Aaron Rodgers 9-6-37, Paul Thompson 7-3-35
TENNESSEE - Vince Young 16-11-96 1 TD, Kerry Collins 5-3-21, Tim Rattay 7-6-63
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - James Jones 5-37, Greg Jennings 2-34, Bubba Franks 2-29, David Clowney 2-14, Zac Alcorn 2-14, Ruvell Martin 1-11, Carlyle Holiday 1-11, Noah Herron 1-6 1 TD, Brandon Miree 1-0
TENNESSEE - Eric Moulds 4-27, Brandon Jones 3-29 1 TD, Courtney Roby 2-26, Chris Henry 2-22, Justin Gage 2-15, Chris Brown 2-10, Lendale White 1-19, Ben Troupe 1-11, Ben Hartsock 1-11, Ahmard Hall 1-5, Chris Davis 1-5
Sports Illustrated - December 10th 2007
Rookie kicker Mason Crosby connected with three field goals in the season opener, including a 53-yarder and the game-winner. (PHOTO CREDIT: Allen Fredrickson ) 
The win over the 0-2 Giants was a landmark win for Brett Favre. With 149 wins, he surpassed John Elway as the NFL's all-time leader
Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings sprints away from the Chargers en route to the winning touchdown in Green Bay's 31-24 win in Week Three
Brett Favre celebrates a touchdown with teammates as Green Bay beat Minnesota to move to 4-0
ABOVE: The Bears scored 17 unanswered points to pull out a 27-20 decision to hand the Packers their first loss in 2007, thanks to Desmond Clark's TD catch with 2:05 remaining

LEFT: Charles Woodson celebrates stripping the ball from Antwaan Randle El in Green Bay's 17-14 win on October 14th (CREDIT: Matthew Stockman - Getty Images Sport)
(GREEN BAY) - All those young teammates sometimes make Brett Favre scratch his head, but at least one of them proved he can come through when it counts. Rookie Mason Crosby hit a 42-yard field goal with two seconds left to give the Packers a victory over Philadelphia Sunday. Crosby's kick was the highlight of a win that featured strong special teams and defense by the Packers. Despite tying John Elway's record for career victories by a starting quarterback with 148, Favre and his young supporting cast struggled to score. It was quite an NFL introduction for Crosby, a rookie from Colorado who beat out incumbent Dave Rayner in training camp. Crosby is the first rookie kicker to win a game with a field goal on opening day since Matt Bahr did it for Pittsburgh on Sept. 3, 1979 in overtime. The Eagles' special teams were exciting, too, but not in a good way. J.R. Reed bobbled a punt with 59 seconds remaining and Green Bay's Jarrett Bush recovered to give Green Bay the ball at the Philadelphia 31. Reed stepped up to try to field the punt in heavy traffic. Reed had replaced returner Greg Lewis, whose muffed punt led to a Packers touchdown in the first quarter. Neither Lewis nor Reed had ever returned punts in a regular-season game before Sunday. The Eagles cut Jeremy Bloom, the two-time Olympic skier who was trying to make it in the NFL after playing college football at Colorado. Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb said the returners needed the team's support. It was a so-so return to action for McNabb, who tore a knee ligament last November and finished the regular season on the sidelines for the second straight year. McNabb was 15-of-33 for 184 yards with a touchdown and an interception, but did feel like he got back in rhythm with the offense at times during the game. 
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PHILADELPHIA -  0 10  3  0 - 13
GREEN BAY    - 10  0  3  3 - 16
                    PHILADELPHIA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   13            10
Rush-yards-TDs          29-103-0       17-46-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 15-33-184-1-1 23-42-206-0-1
Sacked-yards                 1-4          4-37
Net pass yards               180           169
Total yards                  283           215
Fumbles-lost                 2-2           1-1
Turnovers                      3             2
Penalties-yards             8-76          6-35
SCORING
1st - GB - 13:10 White fumble recovery in end zone (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - 9:35 Crosby, 53-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - PHIL - 13:30 Akers, 33-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-3
2nd - PHIL - 6:00 Jason Avant, 9-yard pass from Donovan McNabb (Akers kick) TIED 10-10
3rd - PHIL - 8:15 Akers, 47-yard field goal PHILADELPHIA 13-10
3rd - GB - 0:45 Crosby, 37-yard field goal TIED 13-13
4th - GB - 0:02 Crosby, 42-yard field goal GREEN BAY 16-13
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Brandon Jackson 15-40, DeShawn Wynn 1-8, Brett Favre 1-(-2)
PHILADELPHIA - Brian Westbrook 20-85, Donovan McNabb 4-9, Correll Buckhalter 4-5, Thomas Tapeh 1-4
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 42-23-206 1 INT
PHILADELPHIA - Donovan McNabb 33-15-184 1 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 6-66, Brandon Jackson 4-35, James Jones 4-29, Donald Lee 4-27, Bubba Franks 2-17, Ruvell Martin 2-14, DeShawn Wynn 1-18
PHILADELPHIA - Brian Westbrook 6-46, Jason Avant 3-54 1 TD, Kevin Curtis 2-53, L.J. Smith 2-14, Reggie Brown 1-14, Correll Buckhalter 1-3
(NEW YORK) - Brett Favre didn't need a rocket arm to become the winningest quarterback in NFL history on Sunday. His 17 years of football knowledge and a near-perfect second half against a bad defense were plenty. Favre completed his first 14 second-half passes and threw three touchdown passes to rally the Packers over the Giants' porous defense. "Maybe someday down the road it will mean a lot," a typically humble Favre said after the 149th win of his career, moving past Hall of Famer John Elway. What meant more to Favre was the game ball his teammates handed him after the Packers got off to their first 2-0 start since 2001. The loss was the second straight for the undisciplined and error-prone Giants, which hasn't happened at the start of a season since 1996 - the year Dan Reeves got fired. Tom Coughlin, who came into the season under pressure to do more than make the playoffs, may now be really under the gun. Favre threw a go-ahead 2-yard touchdown pass to Bubba Franks on the Packers' opening series of the second half. The eight-time Pro Bowl quarterback added TD tosses of 3 yards to Donald Lee, and 10 to Donald Driver after New York rookie Ahmad Bradshaw fumbled a kickoff. Favre was 18-of-21 for 147 yards in the second half as he constantly exposed the Giants' defense with short passes. Rookie DeShawn Wynn added touchdown runs of 6 and 38 yards. Eli Manning, whose playing status was uncertain all week because of a sprained shoulder, played well, leading New York to scores on three consecutive series bridging the second and third quarters. He threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Plaxico Burress and helped set up field goals of 48 and 32 yards by Lawrence Tynes, who also missed a 34-yarder on the game's opening series.
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GREEN BAY -  0  7  7 21 - 35
NY GIANTS -  0 10  3  0 - 13
                       GREEN BAY     NY GIANTS
First downs                   25            20
Rush-yards-TDs           29-83-2       16-94-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 29-38-286-3-1 20-40-244-1-1
Sacked-yards                 1-1          2-13
Net pass yards               285           231
Total yards                  368           325
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           2-1
Turnovers                      1             2
Penalties-yards             8-63          6-71
SCORING
2nd - GB - 8:18 Wynn, 6-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - NYG - 7:16 Plaxico Burress, 26-yard pass from Eli Manning (Lawrence Tynes kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - NYG - 1:38 Tynes, 48-yard field goal NY GIANTS 10-7
3rd - GB - 9:07 Franks, 2-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-10
3rd - NYG - 4:22 Tynes, 32-yard field goal GREEN BAY 14-13
4th - GB - 13:33 Lee, 3-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-13
4th - GB - 11:41 Driver, 10-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-13
4th - GB - 4:12 Wynn, 38-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 35-13
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - DeShawn Wynn 10-50 2 TD, Brandon Jackson 17-35, Brett Favre 2-(-2)
NY GIANTS - Derrick Ward 15-90, Sinorice Moss 1-4
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 39-29-286 3 TD 1 INT
NY GIANTS - Eli Manning 29-16-211 1 TD 1 INT, Anthony Wright 6-1-12, Jared Lorenzen 5-3-21
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 8-73 1 TD, James Jones 4-75, Donald Lee 4-35 1 TD, Brandon Jackson 4-24, Bubba Franks 4-20 1 TD, DeShawn Wynn 2-18, Ryan Grant 1-21
NY GIANTS - Jeremy Shockey 5-60, Derrick Ward 4-35, Anthony Mix 3-39, Amani Toomer 2-48, Plaxico Burress 2-32 1 TD, Ahmad Bradshaw 1-11, Steve Smith 1-10, Michael Matthews 1-5, Reuben Droughns 1-4
(GREEN BAY) - Brett Favre goes out of his way to say he cares about winning, not going after records. He managed to do both at the same time on Sunday. Favre found Greg Jennings on a slant pattern for the record-tying 420th touchdown pass of his career. The 57-yard completion erased a four-point deficit to the Chargers with just over two minutes left and rallied the undefeated Packers. Favre is now tied with Dan Marino for the most touchdown passes in NFL history. Favre's 38th career fourth-quarter comeback came one series after the Chargers stopped Favre and the Packers cold on fourth-and-goal. However, the Chargers gave up the record-tying touchdown minutes later, continuing their early slide under new coach Norv Turner. San Diego has now lost as many regular-season games as it did all of last season. Reigning MVP LaDainian Tomlinson swallowed hard as he stepped to the interview podium after the game, at a loss for words to describe the disappointing start. Suddenly facing heightened expectations in Green Bay, Packers coach Mike McCarthy said he expects more from Favre in the weeks to come. Favre's fireworks also spoiled a breakout game for Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, who started 15-for-15 to tie Dan Fouts' franchise record for consecutive completions and drove the Chargers to the lead in the third quarter. Rivers was 27-of-36 for 306 yards, with three touchdowns and a late interception. He and Tomlinson had a heated exchange on the sidelines in the third quarter. San Diego took a 21-17 lead early in the third quarter on a swing pass from Rivers that Tomlinson ran 21 yards to the end zone. Favre and the Packers threatened with a drive with just over five minutes left in the fourth quarter, but San Diego's defense stopped wide receiver James Jones short on fourth-and-goal. In hindsight, McCarthy said he should have had it reviewed. On the next possession, after an incompletion on first down, Favre zipped a pass to Jennings who was running a slant pattern from the left side. Jennings streaked into the end zone to give the Packers the lead, and give Favre yet another piece of history. Packers linebacker Nick Barnett intercepted Rivers on the Chargers' next possession, and ran 38 yards to the San Diego 2. Brandon Jackson went in for a touchdown from the 1, putting the Packers ahead 31-21. The Chargers drove for a 44-yard field goal by Nate Kaeding to cut the lead to 7 with 20 seconds left, but Donald Driver covered the onside-kick attempt to preserve the victory.
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SAN DIEGO -  7  7  7  3 - 24
GREEN BAY -  7 10  0 14 - 31
                       SAN DIEGO     GREEN BAY
First downs                   25            20
Rush-yards-TDs           28-73-0       13-42-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 27-36-306-3-1 28-45-369-3-0
Sacked-yards                2-15           2-6
Net pass yards               291           363
Total yards                  364           405
Fumbles-lost                 1-0           0-0
Turnovers                      1             0
Penalties-yards             8-70          5-38
SCORING
1st - SD - 7:07 Vincent Jackson, 27-yard pass from Phillip Rivers (Nate Kaeding kick) SAN DIEGO 7-0
1st - GB - 2:40 Crosby, 28-yard field goal SAN DIEGO 7-3
2nd - GB - 11:53 Driver, 5-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
2nd - GB - 2:48 Franks, 5-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 17-7
2nd - SD - 0:32 Craig Davis, 9-yard pass from Rivers (Kaeding kick) GREEN BAY 17-14
3rd - SD - 9:02 LaDainian Tomlinson, 21-yard pass from Rivers (Kaeding kick) SAN DIEGO 21-17
4th - GB - 2:03 Jennings, 57-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-21
4th - GB - 0:59 Jackson, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 31-21
4th - SD - 0:20 Kaeding, 44-yard field goal GREEN BAY 31-24
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Brandon Jackson 6-22 1 TD, Ryan Grant 3-10, DeShawn Wynn 2-9, Brett Favre 2-1
SAN DIEGO - LaDainian Tomlinson 22-62, Michael Turner 4-12, Lorenzo Neal 1-0, Phillip Rivers 1-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 45-28-369 3 TD
SAN DIEGO - Phillip Rivers 36-27-306 3 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 6-126 1 TD, James Jones 6-79, Greg Jennings 4-82 1 TD, Donald Lee 4-44, Brandon Jackson 3-22, DeShawn Wynn 3-14, Bubba Franks 1-5 1 TD, Ryan Grant 1-(-3)
SAN DIEGO - Antonio Gates 11-113, Vincent Jackson 6-98 1 TD, Craig Davis 4-31 1 TD, LaDainian Tomlinson 3-33 1 TD, Lorenzo Neal 2-6, Malcolm Floyd 1-25
(MINNESOTA) - Brett Favre is No. 1 -- with a bullet. Favre broke Dan Marino's record for career touchdown passes Sunday, zipping No. 421 to Greg Jennings in the first quarter of Green Bay's 23-16 victory over Minnesota. He hit Jennings on a 16-yard slant for the score with 4:56 left in the quarter, and like most of his touchdown throws through his brilliant 17-year career, this one had plenty of steam on it. Ever the jubilant celebrator, Favre sprinted to the end zone and hoisted Jennings on his left shoulder. He joined in hugs with his teammates on the sideline, as thousands of Packers faithful who made the trip from Wisconsin cheered loudly. Even those dressed in purple stood and applauded when the announcement was made, and a taped message from Marino was played to congratulate Favre, who threw for another TD in the fourth quarter. He finished 32-of-45 for 344 yards, the 50th time he's topped 300 yards in his career. It's the latest, and possibly the most hallowed record claimed by the league's last true gunslinger. Two weeks ago, Favre broke John Elway's mark for career victories by a quarterback when he led the Packers to a 35-13 win over the Giants. The soon-to-be 38-year-old Favre also holds the marks for career completions and consecutive starts by a quarterback, which hit 241 Sunday, moving him past former Vikings center Mick Tingelhoff into second place on the list for all players. Former Vikings defensive end Jim Marshall holds the all-time mark with 270 consecutive starts. Late in the second quarter, Favre broke another Marino record when he threw the 8,359th pass of his career, and is also within shouting distance of Marino's record for yards passing. Jennings also caught the record-tying TD from Favre, a 57-yarder last week that lifted the Packers to a 31-24 victory over San Diego. 
NFL's Career TD Passing Record 
Benny Friedman (1930-1943)   66
Arnie Herber (1940-1943)     66
Sammy Baugh (1943-1962)     187
Bobby Layne (1962-1963)     196
Y.A. Tittle (1963-1966)     212
Johnny Unitas (1966-1975)   290
Fran Tarkenton (1975-1995)  342
Dan Marino (1995-2007)      420
Brett Favre (2007)          421
GREEN BAY -  7  3  3 10 - 23
MINNESOTA -  0  6  3  7 - 17
                       GREEN BAY     MINNESOTA
First downs                   20            20
Rush-yards-TDs           20-46-0      21-155-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 32-45-344-2-0 21-39-258-1-1
Sacked-yards                 1-6          5-31
Net pass yards               338           227
Total yards                  384           382
Fumbles-lost                 4-2           2-1
Turnovers                      2             2
Penalties-yards             6-40          7-40
SCORING
1st - GB - 4:56 Jennings, 16-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - MINN - 5:19 Ryan Longwell, 44-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - MINN - 1:56 Longwell, 35-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-6
2nd - GB - 0:02 Crosby, 28-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-6
3rd - GB - 6:04 Crosby, 44-yard field goal GREEN BAY 13-6
3rd - MINN - 3:18 Longwell, 48-yard field goal GREEN BAY 13-9
4th - GB - 12:44 Crosby, 33-yard field goal GREEN BAY 16-9
4th - GB - 5:46 Jones, 33-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 23-9
4th - MINN - 1:55 Sidney Rice, 15-yard pass from Kelly Holcomb (Longwell kick) GREEN BAY 23-17
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - DeShawn Wynn 10-20, Ryan Grant 3-17, Jon Ryan 1-7, Verand Morency 1-2, Brett Favre 4-1, Donald Driver 1-(-1)
MINNESOTA - Adrian Peterson 12-112, Chester Taylor 8-40, Jeff Dugan 1-3, Kelly Holcomb 1-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 45-32-344 2 TD
MINNESOTA - Kelly Holcomb 39-21-258 1 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 7-58, Donald Lee 4-66, James Jones 4-49 1 TD, Bubba Franks 4-30, Greg Jennings 3-43 1 TD, Verand Morency 3-33, Ruvell Martin 2-52, DeShawn Wynn 2-10, Ryan Grant 2-1, Korey Hall 1-2
MINNESOTA - Sidney Rice 6-75 1 TD, Bobby Wade 5-83, Visanthe Shiancoe 4-38, Troy Williamson 2-23, Jeff Dugan 1-13, Chester Taylor 1-11, Tony Richardson 1-9, Adrian Peterson 1-6
(GREEN BAY) - The Packers had a chance to bury their NFC North rivals early on Sunday night, but two fumbles prevented it. Then when they were protecting a lead in the second half, two more turnovers helped the Bears erase a 10-point deficit. Add in some penalties and a couple of key plays by Chicago, and in the end the Bears scored 17 unanswered points to pull out a 27-20 decision to hand the Packers their first loss in 2007 and stun the 70,904 in attendance at Lambeau Field. On the game's opening possession, DeShawn Wynn broke off runs of 12 and 44 yards to set up his own 2-yard TD run just 3:59 into the game. But the offensive rhythm was interrupted by a couple of eerily similar miscues by rookie receiver James Jones. On back-to-back possessions, Jones had the ball stripped by Chicago cornerback Charles Tillman after catching slant passes, the first inside the Bears' 10-yard line and the second just after Green Bay had crossed midfield. The chance to go ahead by 14 or even 17 points, and take complete control early, had been fumbled away. As it turned out, the Packers still had a 10-point lead by halftime. The Bears tied the game at 7 in the second quarter on a Cedric Benson touchdown run, but Green Bay responded with a 41-yard touchdown pass from Brett Favre (29-of-40, 322 yards) to Greg Jennings, and a 37-yard Mason Crosby field goal to close the half with a 17-7 lead. Both teams traded field goals to open the second half, making it 20-10, but two more turnovers turned the game around. Favre's ill-advised throw on a scramble to his right was intercepted by Chicago middle linebacker Brian Urlacher at the Green Bay 19-yard line, and the Bears needed just one play to capitalize. Brian Griese (15-of-25, 214 yards) hit rookie tight end Greg Olsen for a touchdown to make it 20-17. A few minutes later, Packers punt returner Charles Woodson had the ball stripped by Brendon Ayanbadejo at the end of a 25-yard return, and the Bears turned that into a field goal to tie the game at 20 early in the fourth quarter. The Bears, meanwhile, seized the momentum by stifling Green Bay's offense. The Packers had discovered a productive running game for the first time all season, as Wynn and Vernand Morency combined for 13 carries for 102 yards in the first half. But they had just nine carries for 19 in the second half. Chicago's game-winning 79-yard touchdown drive started with a 27-yard completion to Olsen. A 4-yard run by Adrian Peterson converted a critical third-and-4 to the Packers' 42, and even though a Green Bay challenge of the spot did result in the ball being moved back a foot or so, the nose of the ball still grazed the measuring stick for a first down.
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CHICAGO   -  0  7 10 10 - 27
GREEN BAY -  7 10  3  0 - 20
                         CHICAGO     GREEN BAY
First downs                   16            18
Rush-yards-TDs           33-82-1      22-121-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 15-25-214-2-1 29-40-322-1-2
Sacked-yards                2-11           1-4
Net pass yards               203           318
Total yards                  285           439
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           3-3
Turnovers                      1             5
Penalties-yards             6-40         12-93
SCORING
1st - GB - 11:01 Wynn, 2-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - CHI - 7:52 Cedric Benson, 10-yard run (Robbie Gould kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - GB - 4:55 Jennings, 41-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
2nd - GB - 0:01 Crosby, 37-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-7
3rd - CHI - 12:03 Gould, 44-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-10
3rd - GB - 9:02 Crosby, 37-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-10
3rd - CHI - 4:19 Greg Olsen, 19-yard pass from Brian Griese (Gould kick) GREEN BAY 20-17
4th - CHI - 14:13 Gould, 36-yard field goal TIED 20-20
4th - CHI - 2:05 Desmond Clark, 34-yard pass from Griese (Gould kick) CHICAGO 27-20
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - DeShawn Wynn 13-78 1 TD, Vernand Morency 9-43
CHICAGO - Cedric Benson 27-64 1 TD, Adrian Peterson 3-12, Devin Hester 1-5, Garrett Wolfe 1-2, Brian Griese 1-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 40-29-322 1 TD 2 INT
CHICAGO - Brian Griese 25-15-214 2 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Vernand Morency 7-48, James Jones 5-61, Greg Jennings 4-83 1 TD, Donald Driver 4-51, Donald Lee 3-23, Bubba Franks 3-18, Ruvell Martin 1-18, DeShawn Wynn 1-13, Ryan Grant 1-7
CHICAGO - Greg Olsen 4-57 1 TD, Desmond Clark 3-62 1 TD, Adrian Peterson 2-32, Muhsin Muhammad 1-17, Mark Bradley 1-17, Bernard Berrian 1-10, Rashied Davis 1-8, Jason McKie 1-6, Cedric Benson 1-5
(GREEN BAY) - Cornerback Charles Woodson scooped up the ball -- and lifted the spirits of the Packers' suddenly sagging offense. Woodson's 57-yard fumble return in the third quarter gave the Packers the go-ahead touchdown in a victory over the Redskins at soggy Lambeau Field on Sunday. With Green Bay's previously top-ranked passing offense sputtering and the Packers trailing 14-10 late in the third quarter, defensive lineman Corey Williams stripped Redskins receiver Santana Moss on an end-around. Woodson picked up the ball and ran to the end zone. The Packers won despite an off day from Brett Favre, who became the NFL's career interception king with an errant pass picked off by Redskins safety Sean Taylor in the third quarter. Despite Favre's off day -- he was 19-of-37 for 188 yards and threw a second interception to Taylor in the fourth quarter -- the Packers recovered from their first loss of the season against Chicago last Sunday, regaining momentum as they head into their bye. The Redskins baffled a pass-happy NFC North offense for the second week in a row after beating Detroit, but offensive mistakes cost them on Sunday. Redskins coach Joe Gibbs said his team's fumbles and dropped passes weren't acceptable, even in wet conditions. Between the fumble and a subsequent leg cramp, Moss apparently was so upset that he took himself out of the game. On the Packers' first possession after halftime, Favre spotted rookie wide receiver James Jones wide open for a sure touchdown. But the ball hung in the air, and Taylor recovered to make a leaping catch near the sideline. Favre's record-setting interception came two weeks after Favre surpassed Dan Marino's career record for touchdown passes and a month after Favre broke John Elway's record for most career victories for a starting quarterback.
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WASHINGTON -  7  7  0  0 - 14
GREEN BAY  -  7  0 10  0 - 17
                      WASHINGTON     GREEN BAY
First downs                   18            13
Rush-yards-TDs           29-94-1       20-56-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 21-37-217-1-1 19-37-188-0-2
Sacked-yards                 3-7          2-19
Net pass yards               210           169
Total yards                  304           225
Fumbles-lost                 4-2           4-0
Turnovers                      3             2
Penalties-yards             7-53          4-35
SCORING
1st - GB - 8:16 Wynn, 3-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - WASH - 3:43 Jason Campbell, 6-yard run (Scott Suisham kick)TIED 7-7
2nd - WASH - 1:11 Chris Cooley, 14-yard pass from Campbell (Suisham kick) WASHINGTON 14-7
3rd - GB - 3:03 Crosby, 37-yard field goal WASHINGTON 14-10
3rd - GB - 2:05 Woodson, 57-yard fumble return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 17-14
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - DeShawn Wynn 13-37 1 TD, Vernand Morency 4-11, Brett Favre 3-8
WASHINGTON - Clinton Portis 20-64, Mike Sellers 3-14, Ladell Betts 3-10, Jason Campbell 2-6, Santana Moss 1-0
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 37-19-188 2 INT
WASHINGTON - Jason Campbell 37-21-217 1 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 5-38, Vernand Morency 5-23, Donald Lee 3-75, Greg Jennings 3-20, Korey Hall 2-14, Ruvell Martin 1-18
WASHINGTON - Chris Cooley 9-105 1 TD, Clinton Portis 3-25, Ladell Betts 3-21, Antwaan Randle El 2-30, Keenan McCardell 2-30, Todd Yoder 1-5, Mike Sellers 1-1
(DENVER) - Graybeard Brett Favre certainly isn't running low on arm strength or signature moments. On the first play following the kickoff in overtime, Favre connected on an 82-yard touchdown pass with Greg Jennings and the Packers defeated Denver on Monday night. Denver had tied the score at 13 on Jason Elam's 21-yard field goal as time ran out in regulation, setting the stage for yet another Favre comeback. Green Bay won the coin toss and on the first play, Jennings was matched up in man-to-man coverage on the left side. Favre, who threw a 79-yard touchdown pass to James Jones in the first half, hit Jennings in stride at the Denver 40. Cornerback Dre' Bly had no shot at catching the speedy wide receiver who trotted into the end zone as Favre rushed to celebrate Green Bay's first 6-1 start in five years. It was the second-longest TD pass in NFL overtime history. On Nov. 10, 1985, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski and wide receiver Mike Quick combined on a 99-yard play. The Monday night stage has provided some of the best moments in Favre's career, from the incredible game in Oakland following the death of his father, to his game-winner to Antonio Freeman in overtime against Minnesota. Add this to the list. Maybe it belongs at the top. It was the Packers' first win in six trips to Denver and their first overtime win on the road since Dec. 12, 1983, at Tampa Bay, in Howard Cosell's last television broadcast. The Broncos sent it into overtime with a drive that began at their own 7 with 2:27 left. Out of timeouts, the field goal unit scrambled onto the field and Elam calmly nailed the kick, just as he did two months ago when the Broncos ran the same fire drill to beat Buffalo as time expired in the opener. Ryan Grant came in when DeShawn Wynn went down early with an injured shoulder and gained 104 yards on 22 carries. He became Green Bay's first 100-yard rusher since Ahman Green on Dec. 3, 2006. 
GREEN BAY -  7 10  3  0  6 - 19
DENVER    -  0  7 10 10  0 - 13
                       GREEN BAY        DENVER
First downs                   20            24
Rush-yards-TDs          27-105-0       24-88-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 21-27-331-2-0 21-34-264-1-0
Sacked-yards                 1-6          3-20
Net pass yards               325           244
Total yards                  430           332
Fumbles-lost                 1-0           1-1
Turnovers                      0             1
Penalties-yards           13-103          9-63
SCORING
1st - DEN - 3:52 Tony Scheffler, 5-yard pass from Jay Cutler (Jason Elam kick) DENVER 7-0
1st - GB - 3:29 Jones, 79-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - GB - 7:15 Crosby, 19-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-7
2nd - GB - 1:26 Crosby, 26-yard field goal GREEN BAY 13-7
3rd - DEN - 3:00 Elam, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 13-10
4th - DEN - 0:00 Elam, 21-yard field goal TIED 13-13
OT - GB - 14:44 Jennings, 82-yard pass from Favre GREEN BAY 19-13
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 22-104, Vernand Morency 2-8, DeShawn Wynn 1-1, Brett Favre 2-(-8)
DENVER - Selvin Young 18-71, Andre Hall 3-10, Jay Cutler 3-7
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 27-21-331 2 TD
DENVER - Jay Cutler 34-21-264 1 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Greg Jennings 6-141 TD, James Jones 3-107 1 TD, Donald Lee 3-34, Donald Driver 3-28, Ryan Grant 3-7, Vernand Morency 2-12, Korey Hall 1-2
DENVER - Selvin Young 6-49, Brandon Stokley 5-71, Brandon Marshall 3-74, Tony Scheffler 3-28 1 TD, Daniel Graham 2-20, Glenn Martinez 1-18, Cecil Sapp 1-4
In a span of 24 hours and several downtown red lights, the Rockies were swept out of the World Series and the Broncos were stunned by the legendary arm of Brett Favre. If this is it for Favre in Denver, what a way to go. On the first play of overtime, Favre dropped back, reared back and heaved the ball far down the left side of the field. The ball fell into the arms of Greg Jennings, who had beaten Broncos cornerback Dré Bly by a step.

BELOW: Brett Favre has the correct signal after throwing the winning touchdown pass to Greg Jennings on the first play in overtime. (CREDIT: Denver Post / Karl Gehring)

Read the Denver Post report on the game here.
(KANSAS CITY) - Add one more rare distinction to Brett Favre's glittering resume. The Green Bay quarterback hit Greg Jennings for a 60-yard touchdown pass with 3:05 to go and the Packers beat Kansas City Sunday, giving Favre victories over each of the other 31 teams in the league. It's a career milestone that Peyton Manning and Tom Brady achieved just one week before. The Chiefs had taken a 22-16 lead with 5:18 left on Damon Huard's 17-yard pass to Tony Gonzalez and a 2-point conversion run by Priest Holmes, who came in when Larry Johnson injured his foot a few minutes earlier. Jennings, whose 82-yard touchdown catch on the first play of overtime lifted Green Bay past Denver six days earlier, went streaking down the middle of the field. He beat Patrick Surtain and Donnie Edwards for the Packers' sixth straight road win. Mason Crosby added a 45-yard field goal and, with 59 seconds to go, Charles Woodson intercepted Huard's pass and went 46 yards for a touchdown that made the game look more lopsided than it actually was. The Packers scored 17 points in the final 3:05. Favre was 24-of-34 for 360 yards and two touchdowns. He was also intercepted twice and the Packers overcame 13 penalties for 120 yards. Huard was 19-of-32 for 213 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Gonzalez had 10 receptions for 109 yards and one TD. Johnson was hurt when he was tackled near the Chiefs bench late in the fourth quarter. There was no immediate word on how badly he might be injured or how long he might be out. His backup is the 34-year-old Holmes, who made his second appearance since returning to football after almost two years. The Packers have won 11 of their last 12 altogether and their sixth straight road wins tie for the second-longest away-from-home streak in team history. 
GREEN BAY   -  0  6  7 20 - 33
KANSAS CITY -  0  7  0 15 - 22
                       GREEN BAY   KANSAS CITY
First downs                   19            20
Rush-yards-TDs           27-78-0       22-61-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 24-34-360-2-2 19-32-213-2-2
Sacked-yards                 1-6          5-40
Net pass yards               354           173
Total yards                  432           234
Fumbles-lost                 2-0           0-0
Turnovers                      2             2
Penalties-yards           13-112          6-55
SCORING
2nd - GB - 14:52 Crosby, 48-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - 1:19 Crosby, 36-yard field goal GREEN BAY 6-0
2nd - KC - 0:15 Larry Johnson, 1-yard run (Dave Rayner kick) KANSAS CITY 7-6
3rd - GB - 0:11 Jennings, 13-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 13-7
4th - KC - 11:11 Johnson, 30-yard pass from Damon Huard (Rayner kick) KANSAS CITY 14-13
4th - GB - 8:52 Crosby, 32-yard field goal GREEN BAY 16-14
4th - KC - 5:18 Tony Gonzalez, 17-yard pass from Huard (Priest Holmes run) KANSAS CITY 22-16
4th - GB - 3:05 Jennings, 60-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 23-22
4th - GB - 1:40 Crosby, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 26-22
4th - GB - 0:59 Woodson, 46-yard interception return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 33-22
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 19-55, Brandon Jackson 5-18, Vernand Morency 1-6, Brett Favre 2-(-1)
KANSAS CITY - Larry Johnson 19-53 1 TD, Priest Holmes 3-8
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 34-24-360 2 TD 2 INT
KANSAS CITY - Damon Huard 32-19-213 2 TD 2 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 5-99, Donald Lee 4-78, Ryan Grant 4-37, Greg Jennings 3-85 2 TD, James Jones 3-32, Koren Robinson 3-18, Ryan Krause 2-11
KANSAS CITY - Tony Gonzalez 10-109 1 TD, Larry Johnson 3-42 1 TD, Jeff Webb 2-26, Samie Parker 2-22, Priest Holmes 1-8, Kris Wilson 1-6
Packers tackle Mark Tauscher, an unsung hero in most weeks, preserves a possession by falling on a fumble in Green Bay's 33-22 win
(GREEN BAY) - Folks of all types surrounding the Packers' organization - coaches, players, media, fans and the like - have been waiting for the team to play a complete football game. If Sunday wasn't it, it was about as close as anyone could expect. The Packers thoroughly dominated NFC North rival Minnesota with an efficient, ball-control offense and stifling defense to blow out the Vikings in front of 70,945, the largest regular-season crowd ever at Lambeau Field. With the win, the Packers improved to 8-1 for the first time since 2002 and remained in first place in the division, two games ahead of the Detroit Lions, who lost to Arizona to fall to 6-3. The Packers also remained tied with the Dallas Cowboys, winners over the New York Giants in a key NFC East matchup, for the top record in the NFC. The defense recorded Green Bay's first shutout since Dec. 22, 2002, a 10-0 win over Buffalo, while McCarthy also improved to 4-0 against Minnesota in the most thorough whipping the Packers have given any opponent in his two-year tenure. Green Bay's six scoring drives (four touchdowns, two field goals) averaged 77 yards in length and 5 minutes, 50 seconds of possession time, as the Packers piled up huge advantages in total yards (488-247), number of offensive plays (80-44) and time of possession (40:40 to 19:20). The blowout was a welcome respite from the several down-to-the-wire finishes that had become the staple of this season, and the fact that the Packers didn't have to fight tooth-and-nail to the very end to showed another step in the evolution of the 2007 team. Offensively, the Packers did that both passing and running the ball. Brett Favre was superb once again, completing 33-of-46 for 351 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions for a rating of 115.4, his sixth 100-plus rating of the season. He was complemented by the hard-charging runs of Ryan Grant, who became the first 100-yard rusher this season against Minnesota's second-ranked run defense with 25 carries for 119 yards and a score. Grant's 30-yard TD run on the game's opening drive began an onslaught during which the Packers scored five of the first six times they touched the ball to take a 27-0 lead late in the third quarter. 
MINNESOTA -  0  0  0  0 -  0
GREEN BAY -  7  6 14  7 - 34
                       MINNESOTA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   11            29
Rush-yards-TDs           15-86-0      32-120-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 16-26-176-0-1 35-48-368-3-0
Sacked-yards                3-15           0-0
Net pass yards               161           368
Total yards                  247           488
Fumbles-lost                 1-0           0-0
Turnovers                      1             0
Penalties-yards             5-51          4-35
SCORING
1st - GB - 7:18 Grant, 30-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - 6:30 Crosby, 39-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - GB - 0:00 Crosby, 24-yard field goal GREEN BAY 13-0
3rd - GB - 9:29 Lee, 1-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 20-0
3rd - GB - 2:24 Martin, 8-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 27-0
4th - GB - 5:38 Martin, 17-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 34-0
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 25-119 1 TD, Brandon Jackson 4-1, Brett Favre 1-1, Aaron Rodgers 2-(-1)
MINNESOTA - Adrian Peterson 11-45, Chester Taylor 3-37, Brooks Bollinger 1-4
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 46-33-351 3 TD, Aaron Rodgers 2-2-17
MINNESOTA - Brooks Bollinger 26-16-176 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Koren Robinson 5-45, Ryan Grant 5-20, Donald Driver 4-63, Greg Jennings 4-63, Ruvell Martin 4-57 2 TD, Donald Lee 4-27 1 TD, James Jones 3-62, Vernand Morency 3-11, Brandon Jackson 2-14, Korey Hall 1-6
MINNESOTA - Robert Ferguson 6-59, Adrian Peterson 3-14, Chester Taylor 2-59, Bobby Wade 2-29, Visanthe Shiancoe 1-7, Aundrae Allison 1-4, Tony Richardson 1-4
Ruvell Martin celebrates one of his two touchdown receptions in Green Bay's 34-0 rout of the Vikings
(GREEN BAY) - For all the talk about trap games and not overlooking a wounded, sub-.500 opponent, the Packers did exactly what they were supposed to do on Sunday. They took care of business. With the win, Green Bay improved to 9-1, posting the team's best start since 1962 and extending its lead in the NFC North to three games over Detroit, which fell to 6-4 with a loss to the New York Giants. On offense, it was yet another strong outing by quarterback Brett Favre. His 47-yard bomb to Donald Driver early in the second quarter set up the first of his three touchdown passes on the day. It marked the 62nd time in his career Favre has thrown for three or more TD passes, tying the NFL record held by Dan Marino. Favre finished 22-of-30 for 218 yards with no interceptions and was sacked once. His 126.8 rating was his seventh of 100-plus this season. The game featured the oldest starting quarterbacks duo in NFL history, the 44-year-old Vinny Testaverde and 38-year-old Favre. On defense, the Packers got interceptions from rookie safety Aaron Rouse and veteran cornerback Charles Woodson, his fourth of the season. The defense also stood tall at the end of the first half with Carolina on the Green Bay 7-yard line, as Corey Williams sacked Vinny Testaverde and forced a fumble that Aaron Kampman recovered with 9 seconds left in the half. On special teams, there were two returns that made big contributions. With the Panthers in field-goal formation in the first quarter, kicker John Kasay instead pooched a punt that the Packers were ready for. Tramon Williams picked it up and ran it back 94 yards for the game's first touchdown. The play fired up the team after having a field goal blocked on the first scoring opportunity and watching Carolina pick up two quick first downs. More from the special teams came on Koren Robinson's 67-yard return of the second-half kickoff. That set up Favre's third TD pass and second of the day to tight end Donald Lee, a 12-yarder for a 28-3 lead early in the third quarter. 
CAROLINA  -  3  0  7  7 - 17
GREEN BAY -  7 14  7  3 - 31
                        CAROLINA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   21            18
Rush-yards-TDs          29-131-0      27-103-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 19-37-258-2-2 22-30-218-3-0
Sacked-yards                 2-7           1-4
Net pass yards               251           214
Total yards                  382           317
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           1-0
Turnovers                      3             0
Penalties-yards             4-25          6-75
SCORING
1st - GB - 7:54 Tramon Williams, 94-yard punt return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - CAR - 5:03 John Kasay, 26-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - GB - 11:13 Jennings, 4-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-3
2nd - GB - 1:16 Lee, 26-yard pass from Favre (M.Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-3
3rd - GB - 12:46 Lee, 12-yard pass from Favre (M.Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-3
3rd - CAR - 3:21 Christian Fauria, 2-yard pass from Vinny Testaverde (Kasay kick) GREEN BAY 28-10
4th - CAR - 4:22 Drew Carter, 5-yard pass from Testaverde (Kasay kick) GREEN BAY 28-17
4th - GB - 2:41 M.Crosby, 47-yard field goal GREEN BAY 31-17
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 20-88, Brandon Jackson 3-13, Donald Driver 1-5, Brett Favre 3-(-3)
CAROLINA - DeShaun Foster 20-87, DeAngelo Williams 6-22, Vinny Testaverde 2-19, Brad Hoover 1-3
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 30-22-218 3 TD
CAROLINA - Vinny Testaverde 37-19-258 2 TD 2 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Greg Jennings 7-48 1 TD, Donald Driver 5-83, Donald Lee 5-49 2 TD, James Jones 3-25, Ruvell Martin 1-11, Ryan Grant 1-2
CAROLINA - Keary Colbert 6-33, Drew Carter 5-132 1 TD, Dwayne Jarrett 3-39, Jeff King 2-13, DeShaun Foster 1-21, DeAngelo Williams 1-18, Christian Fauria 1-2 1 TD
Tramon Williams heads upfield during his 96-yard touchdown return off a pooch punt from Panthers K John Kasay in Green Bay's 31-17 win over Carolina (PHOTO: Allen Fredrickson )
(DETROIT) - Nothing Brett Favre does is truly surprising anymore, and because of that the same must be said of the 2007 Packers. Though he insisted afterward he did "nothing spectacular," Favre was nothing short of scintillating in his team's victory on Thanksgiving Day. The veteran quarterback and team leader added to a potential MVP resume with 31 completions - including a franchise-record 20 in a row - in 41 attempts for 381 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions as the Packers improved to 10-1 and all but wrapped up the NFC North title, taking a four-game lead on the Lions with just five to play. Green Bay also kept pace with the Dallas Cowboys for the NFC's top record heading into next Thursday's showdown in Dallas that could potentially decide the No. 1 seed and home-field advantage throughout the conference playoffs. Afterward, several Packers talked about taking the holiday to enjoy this win and not concerning themselves with the Cowboys until they return to practice on Sunday. And there's certainly plenty of healing needed on the defensive side, as a rash of injuries depleted the unit, most notably one to cornerback Charles Woodson's toe that will be evaluated more extensively Friday. But for now, it's worth marveling at Favre's performance on a national stage as he chalked up a few more records in what already had become a record-setting season. To be sure. Favre threw at least three TD passes in a game for the 63rd time, breaking Dan Marino's NFL mark of 62. He posted his seventh 300-yard passing game of the season, tying his own team record set in 1995, the first of his three straight MVP years. He also posted a passer rating of 128.2, the eighth time in 11 games this season he's been over 100. That was due primarily to his flawless play from the tail end of the second quarter through the opening moments of the fourth, when Favre set a new franchise mark with 20 straight completions. The previous record had been 18, shared by Lynn Dickey and Don Majkowski. 
GREEN BAY -  0 17 14  6 - 37
DETROIT   -  6  3  3 14 - 26
                       GREEN BAY       DETROIT
First downs                   25            25
Rush-yards-TDs          17-100-1      30-134-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 31-41-381-3-0 19-40-224-1-1
Sacked-yards                 0-0          4-27
Net pass yards               381           197
Total yards                  481           331
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           0-0
Turnovers                      1             1
Penalties-yards             9-81          7-59
SCORING
1st - DET - 7:11 Jason Hanson, 47-yard field goal DETROIT 3-0
1st - DET - 6:04 Hanson, 41-yard field goal DETROIT 6-0
2nd - GB - 14:43 Jennings, 11-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-6
2nd - GB - 7:41 Grant, 5-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-6
2nd - DET - 6:15 Hanson, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 14-9
2nd - GB - 0:00 Crosby, 20-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-9
3rd - GB - 11:13 Jennings, 4-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-9
3rd - DET - 5:15 Hanson, 52-yard field goal GREEN BAY 24-12
3rd - GB - 1:48 R.Martin, 3-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 31-12
4th - GB - 13:08 Crosby, 20-yard field goal GREEN BAY 34-12
4th - DET - 9:58 Calvin Johnson, 6-yard pass from Jon Kitna (Hanson kick) GREEN BAY 34-19
4th - DET - 6:34 Kevin Jones, 1-yard run (Hanson kick) GREEN BAY 34-26
4th - GB - 1:44 Crosby, 26-yard field goal GREEN BAY 37-26
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 15-101 1 TD, Brett Favre 2-(-1)
DETROIT - Kevin Jones 20-93 1 TD, T.J. Duckett 7-29, Jon Kitna 2-9, Aveion Cason 1-3
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 41-31-381 3 TD
DETROIT - Jon Kitna 40-19-224 1 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 10-147, Ryan Grant 6-31, James Jones 5-75, Greg Jennings 5-60 2 TD, Koren Robinson 2-50, Donald Lee 1-10, Korey Hall 1-5, Ruvell Martin 1-3 1 TD
DETROIT - Calvin Johnson 7-83 1 TD, Aveion Cason 4-58, Roy Williams 3-32, Kevin Jones 2-27, Shaun McDonald 2-18, Troy Walters 1-6
Koren Robinson makes a long first-down catch to the Detroit Lions' 4 yard line as Lions cornerback Stanley Wilson hits the turf during the Thanksgiving Day game at Ford Field in Detroit. (CREDIT: Corey Wilson - Green Bay Press-Gazette)
(DALLAS) - Standing on the sideline, scowling at the pain of a banged-up right elbow and a separated left shoulder, all Brett Favre could do was watch Tony Romo impersonate him. The kid was good. Too good for Favre and the Packers. The Wisconsin native who spent all week denying Favre was his childhood hero sure played a lot like a young No. 4 Thursday night -- full of moxie and joy, but needing a bit of a high-wire act to send the Cowboys past the Packers and into the lead for home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. Romo threw four touchdown passes to send the Cowboys to their sixth straight win that clinched a playoff berth. This victory could become pivotal because it might mean a rematch in the NFC championship would be at Texas Stadium instead of Lambeau Field. The Packers ended a six-game winning streak and are now essentially two games behind Dallas in the chase for the conference's top spot with only four games left. The bigger concern for Green Bay is Favre's health. Favre was hurt on a hit by cornerback Nate Jones in the second quarter. Now, his run of 249 consecutive starts -- a record that's about six seasons longer than the next-best by a quarterback -- might be in jeopardy, although he has 10 days to heal before the Packers play again, Dec. 9 at home against Oakland. Backup Aaron Rodgers, who spent the week pretending he was Romo in Green Bay practices, provided the kind of rally Favre usually specializes in. He threw the first touchdown pass of his three-year career, but wasn't able to lead a Favre-esque rally. The excitement of facing Favre brought out the best in Romo as he led the Cowboys to scores on their first five drives, capping the last three with touchdown passes. But once Rodgers came in, Romo lost his mojo, and so did Dallas. A 27-10 lead frittered to 27-24, in part because of a failed fourth-down conversion when the Cowboys could have tried a field goal to stretch their lead to 30-17. Dallas really looked like it might blow it when Owens juggled a pass in the end zone and wound up flipping it over his head to cornerback Al Harris for an interception. Green Bay's bid for a go-ahead tying touchdown ended quickly, then Romo drove right back for a lead-stretching touchdown -- to Patrick Crayton, not Owens. Trailing 34-24, Rodgers was only able to get a field goal to get the Packers within a touchdown. They needed a stop from the defense, but with Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila and cornerback Charles Woodson inactive with injuries, the unit wasn't up to the task. A clock-draining drive resulted in Nick Folk's third field goal and a 10-point lead with 1:03 left -- and with Favre nowhere in sight.
GREEN BAY - 10  7  7  3 - 27
DALLAS    - 13 14  0 10 - 37
                       GREEN BAY        DALLAS
First downs                   20            23
Rush-yards-TDs          19-124-2      28-105-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 23-40-257-1-2 19-30-309-4-1
Sacked-yards                3-24           0-0
Net pass yards               233           309
Total yards                  357           414
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           0-0
Turnovers                      2             1
Penalties-yards            9-142         10-65
SCORING
1st - GB - 11:32 Crosby, 47-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - DAL - 8:23 Nick Folk, 26-yard field goal TIED 3-3
1st - DAL - 3:15 Folk, 51-yard field goal DALLAS 6-3
1st - DAL - 1:14 Patrick Crayton, 3-yard pass from Tony Romo (Folk kick) DALLAS 13-3
1st - GB - 0:01 Grant, 62-yard run (Crosby kick) DALLAS 13-10
2nd - DAL - 13:20 Anthony Fasano, 26-yard pass from Romo (Folk kick) DALLAS 20-10
2nd - DAL - 9:53 Terrell Owens, 10-yard pass from Romo (Folk kick) DALLAS 27-10
2nd - GB - 0:31 Jennings, 11-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) DALLAS 27-17
3rd - GB - 5:15 Grant, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) DALLAS 27-24
4th - DAL - 7:51 Crayton, 4-yard pass from Romo (Folk kick) DALLAS 34-24
4th - GB - 5:03 Crosby, 52-yard field goal DALLAS 34-27
4th - DAL - 1:03 Folk, 25-yard field goal DALLAS 37-27
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 14-94 2 TD, Aaron Rodgers 4-30
DALLAS - Marion Barber 17-81, Julius Jones 9-26, Tony Romo 2-(-2)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 14-5-56 2 INT, Aaron Rodgers 26-18-201 1 TD
DALLAS - Tony Romo 30-19-309 4 TD 1 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 7-66, Greg Jennings 5-87 1 TD, James Jones 3-39, Donald Lee 3-30, Koren Robinson 2-16, Ruvell Martin 1-13, Ryan Grant 1-4, John Kuhn 1-2
DALLAS - Terrell Owens 7-156 1 TD, Jason Witten 6-67, Patrick Crayton 3-42 2 TD, Anthony Fasano 1-26 1 TD, Julius Jones 1-21, Marion Barber 1-(-3)
Brett Favre grimaces in pain with an elbow injury suffered in the first half when he was leveled by Dallas cornerback Nate Jones as he attempted to pass in the Packers' 37-27 loss
With Brett Favre's elbow ailing, the Packers ran the ball a lot in their 38-7 win over Oakland, clinching the NFC North Division, leading to Coach Mike McCarthy's Gatorade shower
(GREEN BAY) - The Packers are going back to the playoffs. And maybe they're bringing a running game with them. Green Bay didn't need Brett Favre to throw the ball all over the field to clinch the NFC North relying on the rushing of Ryan Grant and a pair of special teams touchdowns from Will Blackmon in a victory over the Raiders. Grant's hard running and sharp cutbacks came in handy on a day when Favre's aching right elbow and left shoulder hindered the Packers' passing game. Favre left last week's loss at Dallas because of the injuries and was limited in practice this week, but still made his 250th straight start. Grant, who was acquired in a trade with the New York Giants just before the season and took over as the starter last month, rushed for a career-high 156 yards and a touchdown. It was his fourth 100-yard rushing game of the season. Grant's presence has boosted what had been one of the league's worst rushing offenses. Raiders coach Lane Kiffin said the chilly 18-degree conditions didn't affect his team. The Raiders trailed only 14-7 at halftime despite struggling on offense, only to unravel in the second half. Raiders quarterback Josh McCown, starting in place of the injured Daunte Culpepper, was 7-of-15 for 110 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions before he was replaced by Andrew Walter early in the fourth quarter. McCown woke up with a stomach virus and took intravenous fluids before the game. Raiders running back Justin Fargas also left the game in the fourth quarter with a bruised rib. He had only 57 yards on 15 carries. 
OAKLAND   -  0  7  0  0 -  7
GREEN BAY -  0 14 17  7 - 38
                         OAKLAND     GREEN BAY
First downs                   10            21
Rush-yards-TDs           28-85-0      36-179-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 12-23-148-1-2 15-23-266-2-1
Sacked-yards                 0-0           0-0
Net pass yards               148           266
Total yards                  233           445
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           0-0
Turnovers                      3             1
Penalties-yards             9-62          9-84
SCORING
2nd - GB - 8:51 Grant, 6-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - 5:44 Blackmon, 57-yard punt return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - OAK - 0:26 Joey Porter, 25-yard pass from Josh McCown (Sebastian Janikowski kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
3rd - GB - 10:46 Crosby, 44-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-7
3rd - GB - 9:11 G.Jennings, 80-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-7
3rd - GB - 4:50 Blackmon fumble recovery in end zone (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 31-7
4th - GB - 4:00 D.Lee, 46-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 38-7
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 29-156 1 TD, Vernand Morency 7-23
OAKLAND - Justin Fargas 15-57, LaMont Jordan 11-21, Josh McCown 1-6, Ronald Curry 1-1
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 23-15-266 2 TD 1 INT
OAKLAND - Josh McCown 15-7-110 1 TD 2 INT, Andrew Walter 8-5-38
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Lee 4-71 1 TD, Donald Driver 3-38, Vernand Morency 3-14, Greg Jennings 2-100 1 TD, Ryan Grant 2-6, Koren Robinson 1-37
OAKLAND - LaMont Jordan 4-17, Ronald Curry 2-48, Jerry Porter 2-45 1 TD, Tim Dwight 1-22, Zach Miller 1-8, Johnnie Lee Higgins 1-5, Justin Griffith 1-3
Ryan Grant and the Packers leaped into a first-round bye with a 33-14 win over St. Louis on December 16th
(ST. LOUIS) - A simple slant pattern to his favorite receiver gave Brett Favre yet another record in a milestone season. It's been a pretty big year for the Packers, too, who clinched a first-round playoff bye. Favre threw for 227 yards and two touchdowns, eclipsing Dan Marino to become the NFL career leader in yards passing, in a victory over the Rams on Sunday. Greg Jennings and Donald Lee caught scoring passes and kicker Mason Crosby was 4-for-4 from 44, 50, 25 and 46 yards for Green Bay, which needed only to win for the first-round bye after the Seahawks lost 13-10 to the Panthers. Green Bay, which earned the first-round bye for the first time since 1997, also kept pace with the Cowboys for home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. The Packers are 6-1 on the road, and prevailed in a sold-out Edward Jones Dome that appeared to be half-filled with Cheeseheads who filled the downtown streets in the hours before kickoff. When Favre set the record on a 7-yard toss to Donald Driver on the Packers' first drive of the fourth quarter, he had all the fans rooting for him with flashbulbs popping from every corner of the stadium. Favre was 19-for-30, throwing his 25th and 26th touchdown passes, with two interceptions. He entered the day needing 184 yards to pass Marino. Steven Jackson had 143 yards on 23 carries for the Rams, who are 1-6 at home. The Rams fizzled after tying it at 14 on Jackson's 46-yard run early in the second quarter. Atari Bigby had two interceptions and Nick Barnett had two of the Packers' four sacks of Marc Bulger, back after missing two games with a concussion. Mistakes kept the Rams scoreless after the break. The 38-year-old Favre, a three-time NFL MVP, pulled 1 yard behind Marino with a 44-yard touchdown pass to Jennings when he caught the Rams in a blitz. That put the Green Bay Packers ahead 27-14 in the third quarter. He passed Marino on the first play of the Packers' next series with 23 seconds gone in the fourth quarter. The game was halted for a few minutes, public address announcer Jim Holder acknowledged the record. Driver hugged Favre, who shook hands with referee Ron Winter. Marino passed for 61,361 yards in 17 seasons. Favre, who now has 61,405 yards, also is in his 17th season while enjoying a year comparable to his peak production. Favre also hit Donald Lee on a 4-yard touchdown pass early in the second quarter. He had 440 touchdown passes after breaking another mark that belonged to Marino with his 421st at Minnesota on Sept. 30. 
GREEN BAY -  7 10 10  6 - 33
ST. LOUIS -  7  7  0  0 - 14
                       GREEN BAY     ST. LOUIS
First downs                   17            21
Rush-yards-TDs           23-52-1      31-173-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 19-30-225-2-2 20-39-219-1-2
Sacked-yards                 0-0          4-28
Net pass yards               225           191
Total yards                  277           364
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           1-0
Turnovers                      3             2
Penalties-yards             6-35         13-93
SCORING
1st - GB - 9:39 Grant, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - STL - 1:11 Torry Holt, 4-yard pass from Marc Bulger (Jeff Wilkins kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - GB - 14:15 D.Lee, 4-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
2nd - STL - 10:09 Stephen Jackson, 46-yard run (Wilkins kick) TIED 14-14
2nd - GB - 3:54 Crosby, 44-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-14
3rd - GB - 10:21 Crosby, 50-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-14
3rd - GB - 5:58 Jennings, 44-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 27-14
4th - GB - 11:22 Crosby, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 30-14
4th - GB - 3:43 Crosby, 46-yard field goal GREEN BAY 33-14
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 18-55 1 TD, Brandon Jackson 2-0, Brett Favre 3-(-3)
ST. LOUIS - Steven Jackson 24-143 1 TD, Antonio Pittman 6-31, Marc Bulger 1-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 30-19-225 2 TD 2 INT
ST. LOUIS - Marc Bulger 39-20-219 1 TD 2 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 5-80, Greg Jennings 4-66 1 TD, James Jones 2-29, Vernand Morency 2-17, Koren Robison 2-16, Ryan Grant 2-3, Ruvell Martin 1-10, Donald Lee 1-4 1 TD
ST. LOUIS - Drew Bennett 5-65, Isaac Bruce 4-72, Steven Jackson 4-27, Torry Holt 3-21 1 TD, Randy McMichael 2-22, Dane Looker 1-8, Brian Leonard 1-4
(CHICAGO) - No tears for Brett Favre this time, just frustration. And Green Bay can forget about the No. 1 seed in the NFC. Brian Urlacher returned an interception for a touchdown for the first time in his career, Adrian Peterson ran for 102 yards, and the Bears beat the Packers on a frigid Sunday afternoon. The loss wiped out the Packers' shot at home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. The Packers needed to win this game, beat Detroit next week and have Dallas lose to Washington to capture the No. 1 seed. Instead, it goes to the Cowboys, with Green Bay locked in at No. 2. Favre was at his worst on a bone-chilling, windy and at times snowy afternoon, and the Packers took their most lopsided loss of the season. He passed for just 9 yards in the first half and 153 overall, giving him 4,058 this season and putting him over the 4,000-yard mark for the fifth time. He was 17-for-32 and threw two interceptions. Alex Brown picked him off on the first possession of the third quarter, setting up a touchdown that made it 21-7, and Urlacher ran one back 85 yards early in the fourth. But Favre, who left Soldier Field in tears after leading the Packers to a win last New Year's Eve, wasn't the only one to have a rough afternoon. The Bears blocked two punts by Jon Ryan, who also dropped a snap and booted a 9-yarder. The Packers had gone 12 years and 929 punts without a block before Darrell McClover knocked one down in the second quarter. More damaging was Charles Tillman's block midway through the third quarter. Corey Graham recovered at the 7 and ran it in for a 28-7 lead. Early in the fourth, Urlacher juggled the ball after it hit his chest and then returned it 85 yards up the right sideline. The Bears had little to celebrate this season, but they got some consolation by knocking off their archrivals twice. 
GREEN BAY -  0  7  0  0 -  7
CHICAGO   -  3 10 15  7 - 35
                       GREEN BAY       CHICAGO
First downs                   13            14
Rush-yards-TDs          21-125-1      44-136-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 17-32-153-0-2  9-15-104-1-0
Sacked-yards                 1-4           0-0
Net pass yards               149           104
Total yards                  274           240
Fumbles-lost                 4-0           0-0
Turnovers                      2             0
Penalties-yards             1-10          6-30
SCORING
1st - CHI - 4:15 Robbie Gould, 31-yard field goal CHICAGO 3-0
2nd - CHI - 4:00 Gould, 35-yard field goal CHICAGO 6-0
2nd - GB - 3:08 Grant, 66-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-6
2nd - CHI - 0:48 Adrian Peterson, 8-yard run (Gould kick) CHICAGO 13-7
3rd - CHI - 8:30 Desmond Clark, 3-yard pass from Kyle Orton (Orton-Greg Olsen pass) CHICAGO 21-7
3rd - CHI - 7:23 Corey Graham, 7-yard return of blocked punt (Gould kick) CHICAGO 28-7
4th - CHI - 11:20 Brian Urlacher, 85-yard interception return (Gould kick) CHICAGO 35-7
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 14-100 1 TD, Brandon Jackson 3-25, Brett Favre 3-0, Jon Ryan 1-0
CHICAGO - Adrian Peterson 30-102 1 TD, Garrett Wolfe 12-29, Jason McKie 2-5, Bernard Berrian 1-3
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 32-17-153 2 INT
CHICAGO - Kyle Orton 15-9-104 1 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 4-32, Greg Jennings 3-42, Vernand Morency 3-21, Koren Robinson 2-12, Ruvell Martin 1-14, Brandon Jackson 1-13, Ryan Grant 1-9, Bubba Franks 1-8, Donald Lee 1-2
CHICAGO - Garrett Wolfe 2-38, Bernard Berrian 2-17, Desmond Clark 2-13 1 TD, Adrian Peterson 1-16, Jason McKie 1-10, Greg Olsen 1-10
(GREEN BAY) - The Packers didn't have to choose between playing it safe and playing to win on Sunday. The Packers finished their turnaround regular season with a victory over the Lions while resting several key players for the playoffs. Brett Favre extended his quarterback-record consecutive starts streak to 253 games, but even he didn't keep his helmet strapped on for very long. Favre led the Packers to touchdowns on their first three possessions before handing the ball to backup Craig Nall in the second quarter. Many of Favre's most prominent teammates didn't dress for Sunday's game and weren't really needed to beat Detroit and tie a franchise record for most victories in a season. The Lions delivered an uninspired performance in what might have been their last game with Mike Martz as their offensive coordinator. Green Bay wasn't able to completely avoid injuries Sunday, as running back Ryan Grant left the game with a stinger in the first quarter, and cornerback/punt returner Will Blackmon was carted to the locker room with a foot injury just before halftime. Grant provided the bulk of the Packers' offense before his injury, scoring on a 27-yard cutback run on Green Bay's first possession and rushing for a total of 57 yards before he got up holding his left arm after a 1-yard run. It was an unimpressive showing on both sides of the ball for the Lions, who lost seven of their last eight. Detroit hasn't won in Wisconsin since 1991.
DETROIT   -  3  7  3  0 - 13
GREEN BAY - 14  7 10  3 - 34
                         DETROIT     GREEN BAY
First downs                   16            19
Rush-yards-TDs           17-47-0      38-217-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 22-48-246-1-2 16-26-187-3-0
Sacked-yards                 0-0          1-10
Net pass yards               246           177
Total yards                  293           394
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           2-1
Turnovers                      2             1
Penalties-yards             7-55          2-25
SCORING
1st - DET - 12:07 Jason Hanson, 35-yard field goal DETROIT 3-0
1st - GB - 9:57 Grant, 27-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-3
1st - GB - 2:25 Robinson, 5-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-3
2nd - GB - 14:12 Franks, 4-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-3
2nd - DET - 1:52 Shaun McDonald, 30-yard pass from Jon Kitna (Hanson kick) GREEN BAY 21-10
3rd - GB - 12:29 Crosby, 33-yard field goal GREEN BAY 24-10
3rd - DET - 7:00 Hanson, 38-yard field goal GREEN BAY 24-13
3rd - GB - 2:48 R.Martin, 32-yard pass from Nall (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 31-13
4th - GB - 10:03 Crosby, 35-yard field goal GREEN BAY 34-13
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Brandon Jackson 20-113, Ryan Grant 6-57 1 TD, Brett Favre 1-21, Vernand Morency 5-15, Craig Nall 5-6, Koren Robinson 1-5
DETROIT - T.J. Duckett 13-29, Aveion Cason 3-16, Shaun McDonald 1-2
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 11-9-99 2 TD, Craig Nall 15-7-88 1 TD
DETROIT - Jon Kitna 48-22-246 1 TD 2 INT
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Koren Robinson 4-47 1 TD, Bubba Franks 3-34 1 TD, Brandon Jackson 2-22, Vernand Morency 2-20, James Jones 2-14, Ruvell Martin 1-32 1 TD, Shaun Bodiford 1-13, John Kuhn 1-5
DETROIT - Mike Furrey 6-47, Shaun McDonald 5-69 1 TD, Calvin Johnson 4-54, T.J. Duckett 2-32, Brandon Middleton 2-26, Sean McHugh 2-7, Aveion Cason 1-11
(GREEN BAY) - Brett Favre spotted his favorite target all alone and let it fly. He hit Donald Driver, all right -- with a snowball. Favre frolicked in the flurries the entire afternoon, throwing three touchdown passes as the Packers beat Seattle Saturday. With Lambeau Field looking like a snow globe, the Packers posted their biggest points total in postseason history. This was exactly the scene Favre imagined when he decided to postpone retirement and try for another Super Bowl ring. In the months ahead, Wisconsin might again become a wonder-land but for now, fans are guaranteed at least one more game. The Packers were happy to advance at all after a rough start. Ryan Grant recovered from two fumbles that put the Packers down 14-0 after only four minutes. He set a team postseason record by running for 201 yards, and scored three times. After its early slips, Green Bay scored touchdowns on six straight possessions. The Packers reached the NFC title game for the first time since the 1997 season, and the largest crowd ever at Lambeau partied. Favre and Driver started the celebration early, tossing snowballs at each other. Earlier, Favre made another playful toss. He somehow spun free from the Seahawks' clutches and stumbled ahead in the snow. Ever the gambler, he flipped a wobbly, underhanded pass that he had no business trying, let alone completing. Favre tied his personal best for TD strikes in a postseason game, twice hitting Greg Jennings. Favre extended his own record by throwing a touchdown pass in his 17th straight postseason game. But his most memorable effort was the crazy toss to Donald Lee that set up another score right before halftime.  
SEATTLE   - 14  3  3  0 - 20
GREEN BAY - 14  7 14  7 - 42
                         SEATTLE     GREEN BAY
First downs                   15            25
Rush-yards-TDs           18-28-1      35-235-3
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 19-33-194-1-0 18-23-173-3-0
Sacked-yards                2-22           1-0
Net pass yards               172           173
Total yards                  200           408
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           2-2
Turnovers                      1             2
Penalties-yards             4-28          5-47
SCORING
1st - SEA - 14:40 Shaun Alexander, 1-yard run (Josh Brown kick) SEATTLE 7-0
1st - SEA - 10:59 Bobby Engram, 11-yard pass from Matt Hasselbeck (Brown kick) SEATTLE 14-0
1st - GB - 7:08 Jennings, 15-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) SEATTLE 14-7
1st - GB - 1:02 Grant, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) TIED 14-14
2nd - GB - 13:22 Jennings, 2-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-14
2nd - SEA - 7:18 Brown, 29-yard field goal GREEN BAY 21-17
2nd - GB - 0:26 Grant, 3-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-17
3rd - GB - 10:25 Jackson, 13-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 35-17
3rd - SEA - 2:46 Brown, 27-yard field goal GREEN BAY 35-20
4th - GB - 13:26 Grant, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 42-20
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 27-201 3 TD, Brandon Jackson 8-34
SEATTLE - Shaun Alexander 9-20 1 TD, Leonard Weaver 4-10, Maurice Morris 3-(-1), Matt Hasselbeck 2-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 23-18-173 3 TD
SEATTLE - Matt Hasselbeck 33-19-194 1 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Greg Jennings 6-71 2 TD, James Jones 3-42, Donald Driver 3-18, Donald Lee 2-16, Ryan Grant 2-6, Brandon Jackson 1-13 1 TD, Bubba Franks 1-7
SEATTLE - Bobby Engram 6-67 1 TD, Ben Obomanu 4-63, Nate Burleson 4-33, D.J. Hackett 2-15, Shaun Alexander 2-13, Marcus Pollard 1-3
(GREEN BAY) - Eli Manning has arrived, just in time to take his Giants on an improbable trip to the Super Bowl. A suddenly matured Manning guided the Giants to their 10th straight road win Sunday, a frostbitten 23-20 overtime victory over the Packers for the NFC championship. Now comes Mission Impossible for Manning and the Giants, who will play the unbeaten New England Patriots in two weeks for the NFL title. After Lawrence Tynes missed a 36-yard field goal at the end of regulation following a bad snap, he got a reprieve in overtime following Corey Webster's interception of a struggling Brett Favre. He nailed a 47-yarder on his third attempt to win it, then sprinted directly to the locker room as the rest of his frozen teammates celebrated on the field. The Giants grabbed their first NFC championship in seven years, capping a monthlong surge that reversed a trend of mediocrity built around Manning's inconsistency. He has been a revelation in the playoffs, however, and his calm leadership keyed New York's turnaround. Manning shook off below-zero temperatures and a wind chill that would make a Siberian husky shiver. He repeatedly put the Giants in position to win in the third-coldest championship game ever, and certainly the most frigid of his young career. And then he saw Tynes make his first game-winning field goal of the season in the first OT title game in nine years. One year after older brother Peyton finally won a Super Bowl, earning MVP honors to boot, here comes Eli. Just a month ago, Eli's moxie was being questioned as the Giants struggled to clinch a wild-card berth. He responded with the best work of his four-year career, including four touchdown passes in the season finale against the Patriots. The Giants have won at Tampa and Dallas, and now at Lambeau Field, where they shut down Brett Favre nearly all game. Favre, seeking a return to the Super Bowl after a decade's absence, struggled in the minus-3 degree temperature and wind-chills that reached minus-24. He was 19-for-35 for 236 yards and two interceptions. The second, by Corey Webster in overtime, set up Tynes' winner. When Tynes missed a 43-yard field goal with 6:49 to go, it was just a temporary setback. And when he flopped on the kick that ended regulation, Tynes could only ask for one more try. Webster gave it to him, and he sent the Giants to the Super Bowl.  
NY GIANTS -  3  3 14  0  3 - 23
GREEN BAY -  0 10  7  3  0 - 20
                       NY GIANTS     GREEN BAY
First downs                   24            13
Rush-yards-TDs          39-134-2       14-28-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 21-40-251-0-0 19-35-236-2-2
Sacked-yards                 2-8           0-0
Net pass yards               243           236
Total yards                  377           264
Fumbles-lost                 5-1           1-0
Turnovers                      1             2
Penalties-yards             6-50          7-37
SCORING
1st - NYG - 4:50 Lawrence Tynes, 29-yard field goal NY GIANTS 3-0
2nd - NYG - 11:41 Tynes, 37-yard field goal NY GIANTS 6-0
2nd - GB - 11:18 Driver, 90-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-6
2nd - GB - 1:30 Crosby, 36-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-6
3rd - NYG - 7:56 Brandon Jacobs, 1-yard run (Tynes kick) NY GIANTS 13-10
3rd - GB - 5:00 D.Lee, 12-yard pass from Favre (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 17-13
3rd - NYG - 2:12 Ahmad Bradshaw, 4-yard run (Tynes kick) NY GIANTS 20-17
4th - GB - 11:46 Crosby, 37-yard field goal TIED 20-20
OT - NYG - 12:25 Tynes, 47-yard field goal NY GIANTS 23-20
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Ryan Grant 13-29, Brett Favre 1-(-1)
NY GIANTS - Brandon Jacobs 21-67 1 TD, Ahmad Bradshaw 16-63 1 TD, Eli Manning 2-4
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Brett Favre 35-19-236 2 TD 2 INT
NY GIANTS - Eli Manning 40-21-251
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Donald Driver 5-141 1 TD, Koren Robinson 4-16, Donald Lee 3-35 1 TD, Vernand Morency 2-9, Greg Jennings 1-14, Korey Hall 1-12, Bubba Franks 1-11, Brandon Jackson 1-1, Ryan Grant 1-(-3)
NY GIANTS - Plaxico Burress 11-151, Amani Toomer 4-42, Steve Smith 2-25, Kevin Boss 1-12, Ahmad Bradshaw 1-9, Brandon Jacobs 1-8, David Tyree 1-4
Lawrence Tynes kicks a game-winning 47-yard field goal in overtime as the NY Giants beat the Green Bay Packers 23-20 to advance to Super Bowl XLII.