2011 IN REVIEW
After a summer of labor unrest that put the season in doubt and coming off a Super Bowl season, the Packers kicked off the 2011 campaign with one of the most stirring
contests in franchise history, outgunning the previous Super
Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints, 42-34, on a Thursday
night. The offense was never a problem, scoring at 24 or more
points in every game but one - a 19-14 loss to Kansas City. The
defense was another story. In March, the Packers cut A.J. Hawk
to avoid a $10 million guaranteed salary. The next day, he was
re-signed for $33.75 million over five years, an average of $6.75
million per year. Meanwhile, Nick Barnett was released, went to
Buffalo, started all 16 games and led them in tackles with 130,
His three-year contract averaged $3.8 million. When the season
ended, Green Bay was ranked dead last in the NFL for only the
third time in franchise history. The 1956 team ranked 12th of 12
teams. The 1983 team ranked 28th of 28 teams. The 2012 team
gave up 411.6 yards per game, slightly worst than the Patriots
(411.1). Ironically, both teams were the number one seeds in
 the postseason. Green Bay did set a team record with 31
interceptions. Back to the offense. Aaron Rodgers led the NFL
in passing with a 122.5 rating built on 45 touchdown passes,
six interceptions and a 68.3 completion percentage and joined
Brett Favre, Bart Starr, Jim Taylor and Paul Hornung as MVPs.
The Packers won their first 13 games of the season to extend
their winning streak from the previous season to 19, the second
longest in NFL history behind the 21-game winning streak by
New England, and also tied the record for the best start to a season in NFC history that the New Orleans Saints had set in 2009. Despite the record setting offense, their 15-1 record, and having homefield advantage throughout the NFC playoffs, the Packers failed to repeat as Super Bowl champions. In fact, the Packers became the first team to finish with at least 15 victories and not win a playoff game, as they were beaten in their first playoff tilt by the eventual Super Bowl Champion New York Giants 37-20 at Lambeau Field.
2011 PRE-SEASON (3-1) - AUGUST (2-1)
13 at Cleveland Browns (0-0)              L 17-27      0- 1-0
19 ARIZONA CARDINALS (1-0)                W 28-20      1- 1-0
26 at Indianapolis Colts (0-2)            W 24-21      2- 1-0
SEPTEMBER (1-0)
1  KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (0-3)               W 20-19      3- 1-0
2011 REGULAR SEASON (15-1) - SEPTEMBER (3-0)
8  NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (0-0)               W 42-34      1- 0-0 Rodgers
18 at Carolina Panthers (0-1)             W 30-23      2- 0-0 Rodgers
25 at Chicago Bears (1-1)                 W 27-17      3- 0-0 Rodgers
OCTOBER (4-0)
2  DENVER BRONCOS (1-2)                   W 49-23      4- 0-0 Rodgers
9  at Atlanta Falcons (2-2)               W 25-14      5- 0-0 Rodgers
16 ST. LOUIS RAMS (0-4)                   W 24- 3      6- 0-0 Rodgers
23 at Minnesota Vikings (1-5)             W 33-27      7- 0-0 Rodgers
NOVEMBER (4-0)
6 at San Diego Chargers (4-3)             W 45-38      8- 0-0 Rodgers
14 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (2-6)                W 45- 7      9- 0-0 Rodgers
20 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (4-5)             W 35-26     10- 0-0 Rodgers
24 at Detroit Lions (7-3)                 W 27-15     11- 0-0 Rodgers
DECEMBER (3-1)
4 at New York Giants (6-5)                W 38-35     12- 0-0 Rodgers
11 OAKLAND RAIDERS (7-5)                  W 46-16     13- 0-0 Rodgers
18 at Kansas City Chiefs (5-8)            L 14-19     13- 1-0 Rodgers
25 CHICAGO BEARS (7-7)                    W 35-21     14- 1-0 Rodgers
JANUARY 2012 (1-0)
1 DETROIT LIONS (10-5)                    W 45-41     15- 1-0 Flynn
2011 PLAYOFFS - JANUARY 2012 (0-1)
14 NEW YORK GIANTS (10-7)                 L 20-37             Rodgers
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2011 PACKERS DRAFT
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1    32 Derek Sherrod        OT Mississippi St
2    64 Randall Cobb         WR Tennessee
3    96 Alex Green           RB Hawaii
4a  129 Traded to Denver Broncos
4b  131 Devon House          CB New Mexico        A
5a  141 D.J. Williams        TE Arkansas          C
5b  163 Traded to San Francisco 49ers
6a  174 Traded to Miami Dolphins                  D
6b  179 Caleb Schlauderaff   OG Utah              E
6c  186 D.J. Smith           LB Appalachian State C
6d  197 Ricky Elmore         DE Arizona
7a  204 Traded to Denver Broncos                  B
7b  218 Ryan Taylor          TE North Carolina    E
7b  231 Traded to Miami Dolphins                  D
7c  233 Lawrence Guy         DT Arizona State     
A-Free agency compensatory pick for losing Aaron Kampman B- Acquired from Carolina in 2009 trade for LS J.J. Jansen C - Acquired from Denver for a 4th-round pick (129-TE Julius Thomas) and a 7th-round pick (204-TE-Virgil Green) D - Acquired from San Francisco for a 5th-round pick (163-G Daniel Kilgore) E - Acquired from Miami for 6th-round pick (174-FB Charles Clay) and a 7th-round pick (231-DT Frank Kearse)
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FRANCHISE PLAYER DESIGNATION
DL Ryan Pickett
2011 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD (Team can have up to eight players on squad)
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2011 PACKERS INJURED RESERVE
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(CLEVELAND) - Colt McCoy was sharp in his first preseason action of 2011, completing 9-of-10 passes for 135 yards and a touchdown to help the Cleveland Browns topple the Packers. The former Texas Longhorn capped his first drive -- an eight-play, 71-yard march -- with a 27-yard touchdown pass to receiver Josh Cribbs. He highlighted another scoring drive with a 37-yard pass to tight end Benjamin Watson. Watson finished with a pair of catches for 56 yards and Peyton Hillis ran five times for 16 yards and a touchdown. The first-team offense undoubtedly left a good impression on new head coach Pat Shurmur, who replaced the fired Eric Mangini in January. The Browns defense played well under new coordinator, and former Green Bay assistant, Dick Jauron, forcing three fumbles and recovering one. The unit also had five sacks. After a three-and-out on his first series, Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers finished 6-for-8 passing for 74 yards and a touchdown. Running back Ryan Grant, who saw his first game action since being injured in the 2010 opener against Philadelphia, rushed three times for 13 yards. Randall Cobb led the Packers in receiving, catching three balls for 60 yards, including one for 28 yards. Defensive back Charles Woodson and tight end Jermichael Finley did not suit up for the defending champions. Mason Crosby knocked a 31-yard field goal attempt through the uprights and tight end Spencer Havner caught a three-yard pass from Matt Flynn to give the Packers a 17-14 halftime lead. In the second half, however, Titus Brown took a fumble return 43 yards for a touchdown, and Jeff Wolfert added a pair of field goals -- a 46-yard kick in the third quarter and a 44-yarder with 1:52 remaining to seal the win for the Browns. 
GREEN BAY -   7  10   0   0   - 17
CLEVELAND -   7   7  10   3   - 27
1st - CLE - Josh Cribbs, 27-yard pass from Colt McCoy (Phil Dawson kick) CLEVELAND 7-0
1st - GB - Greg Jennings, 21-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Mason Crosby kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - CLE - Peyton Hillis, 3-yard run (Dawson kick) CLEVELAND 14-7
2nd - GB - Crosby, 31-yard field goal CLEVELAND 14-10
2nd - GB - Spencer Havner, 3-yard pass from Matt Flynn (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 17-14
3rd - CLE - Jeff Wollert, 46-yard field goal TIED 17-17
3rd - CLE - Titus Brown, 43-yard fumble return (Wolfert kick) CLEVELAND 24-17
4th - CLE - Wollert, 44-yard field goal CLEVELAND 27-17
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Mason Crosby kicked three field goals, including the game-winning 50-yarder as time expired to give the Packers a preseason victory over the Colts.  The Packers scored a touchdown with 35 seconds remaining, converted the two- point try for a 21-21 deadlock, then recovered the onside kick prior to Crosby splitting the uprights. Aaron Rodgers was near perfect in the first half, hitting 19-of-23 attempts for 204 yards and a touchdown for the Packers. On their second drive, Rodgers found Jermichael Finley over the middle for an 18-yard touchdown in a textbook no-huddle march. Curtis Painter started slow but finished with 171 yards and two touchdowns on 11-of-21 efficiency. He found Reggie Wayne six times for 105 yards and a TD, a 57-yarder down the left sideline in the second quarter. The Colts have yet to name their starting quarterback for the regular season opener as Peyton Manning remains sidelined with a neck injury and Kerry Collins is still adapting to the playbook. Collins, who came out of retirement and signed with Indy on Wednesday, did not play in the club's third exhibition contest. Painter hit Chris Brooks on a seven-yard fade in the left corner of the end zone for a 14-10 lead at halftime. Indy's Dan Orlovsky tossed a three-yard TD to David Gilreath late in the fourth quarter for a 21-13 advantage. Graham Harrell led Green Bay on a game-tying 73-yard drive in the final four minutes, first hitting Ryan Taylor for an 11-yard touchdown with 35 seconds remaining, then connecting with Taylor again for the two-point conversion. 
GREEN BAY    -   7   3   3  11   - 24
INDIANAPOLIS -   0  14   0   7   - 21
1st - GB - Jermichael Finley, 18-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Mason Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Crosby, 26-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - IND - Reggie Wayne, 57-yard pass from Curtis Painter (Adam Vinatieri kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
2nd - IND - Chris Brooks, 7-yard pass from Painter (Vinatieri kick) INDIANAPOLIS 14-10
3rd - GB - Crosby, 32-yard field goal INDIANAPOLIS 14-13
4th - IND - David Gilreath, 3-yard pass from Dan Orlovsky (Vinatieri kick) INDIANAPOLIS 21-13
4th - GB - Ryan Taylor, 11-yard pass from Graham Harrell (Harrell pass to Taylor) TIED 21-21
4th - GB - Crosby, 50-yard field goal GREEN BAY 24-21
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers had little trouble staying perfect with a 45-7 drubbing of the NFC North rival Minnesota Vikings. Rodgers spread the ball to 10 different receivers, hitting 23-of-30 passes for 250 yards and four touchdowns for Green Bay, which has won 15 straight including last season's Super Bowl run. Jordy Nelson caught two touchdowns for the Packers, who had a tough time against Minnesota three weeks ago before pulling out a 33-27 decision despite allowing 175 rushing yards to Adrian Peterson. This time around, Peterson was held to 51 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries, while Christian Ponder passed for just 190 yards with an interception on 16- of-30 attempts in the loss. The Vikings were coming off a bye after defeating the Carolina Panthers in Week 8, but they were simply outmatched from beginning to end on Monday en route to their ninth straight division loss. The rout started early, with the Vikings going three-and-out on their first possession and Randall Cobb returning the ensuing punt 80 yards for a score. Cobb fielded the punt at the left 
(GREEN BAY) - The Packers and Lions' regular season finale resembled a video-game shootout, as Green Bay's quarterback set single-game franchise records for yards and touchdowns thrown in a 45-41 shootout win. In a season that saw Aaron Rodgers make headlines on a weekly basis, it was backup Matt Flynn who capped the Packers' 15-1 campaign by throwing for an eye-popping 480 yards and six touchdowns, including the go-ahead score to Jermichael Finley with 1:10 remaining. With the No. 1 seed in the NFC already secured, Green Bay opted to sit Rodgers for the untested Flynn, who in his second career start looked eerily similar to the MVP candidate bundled up on the Green Bay sideline in cold, snowy conditions. Flynn outdueled Matthew Stafford, who threw for 520 yards and five touchdowns for the playoff-bound Lions, but was picked off by Sam Shields in the final minute to seal the outcome. Calvin Johnson caught 11 passes for a Lions-record 244 yards and a touchdown, while Jordy Nelson hauled in nine passes for 162 yards and three scores for the Packers. The loss was the 21st straight at Lambeau Field for Detroit, which will fall back into the No. 6 seed if the Falcons beat the Buccaneers later Sunday. It was the first time in NFL history both quarterbacks threw for over 400 yards and tossed five touchdowns. 
DETROIT   -   9  10  15   7   - 41
GREEN BAY -  10  14   7  14   - 45
1st - DET - Titus Young, 8-yard pass from Matthew Stafford (Jason Hanson kick) DETROIT 7-0
1st - DET - Safety, Pat Lee tackled in end zone on kickoff DETROIT 9-0
1st - GB - Crosby, 22-yard field goal DETROIT 9-3
1st - GB - Nelson, 7-yard pass from Flynn (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 10-9
2nd - DET - Calvin Johnson, 13-yard pass from Stafford (Hanson kick) DETROIT 16-10
2nd - GB - Grant, 80-yard pass from Flynn (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 17-16
2nd - DET - Hanson, 30-yard field goal DETROIT 19-17
2nd - GB - Nelson, 36-yard pass from Flynn (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-19
3rd - DET - Young, 2-yard pass from Stafford (Hanson kick) DETROIT 26-24
3rd - GB - Nelson, 58-yard pass from Flynn (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 31-26
3rd - DET - Kevin Smith, 5-yard pass from Stafford (Stafford pass to Tony Scheffler) DETROIT 34-31
4th - GB - Driver, 35-yard pass from Flynn (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 38-34
4th - DET - Scheffler, 12-yard pass from Stafford (Hanson kick) DETROIT 41-38
4th - GB - Finley, 4-yard pass from Flynn (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 45-41
(GREEN BAY) - Hakeem Nicks' 37-yard touchdown catch at the end of the first half proved to be huge, as the New York Giants stunned the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers, 37-20, in an NFC divisional playoff game from historic Lambeau Field.  Holding onto a 13-10 lead with six seconds remaining in the first half, Eli Manning launched a Hail Mary-type pass into the end zone. Nicks managed to come down with the ball, giving New York a 10-point cushion at the break.  Mario Manningham essentially put the game away in the fourth quarter with a four-yard TD catch for the Giants, who dominated the Falcons, 24-2, last weekend in the wild card round. Brandon Jacobs added a 14-yard TD run late in the final period.  The Giants went on to win the Super Bowl the last time they beat Green Bay in the playoffs. New York took a 23-20 overtime decision over the Packers in the 2007 NFC Championship Game, which proved to be Brett Favre's final appearance in a Green Bay uniform. New York followed up by bouncing then-unbeaten New England in Super Bowl XLII to claim a surprise NFL title as a fifth seed.  These teams met in the regular season this season, with the Packers taking a 38-35 decision over New York on December 4.  The fourth-seeded Giants will head to San Francisco next Sunday to take on the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game. The 49ers beat the Saints, 36-32, on Saturday to advance.  Green Bay, which went 15-1 in the regular season, came into the game with a 13-game home winning streak. 
NY GIANTS -  10  10   0  17   - 37
GREEN BAY -   3   7   3   7   - 20
1st - NYG - Lawrence Tynes, 31-yard field goal NY GIANTS 3-0
1st - GB - Crosby, 47-yard field goal TIED 3-3
1st - NYG - Hakeem Nicks, 66-yard pass from Eli Manning (Tynes kick) NY GIANTS 10-3
2nd - GB - Kuhn, 8-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) TIED 10-10
2nd - NYG- Tynes, 23-yard field goal NY GIANTS 13-10
2nd - NYG - Nicks, 37-yard pass from Manning (Tynes kick) NY GIANTS 20-10
3rd - GB - Crosby, 35-yard field goal NY GIANTS 20-13
4th - NYG - Tynes, 35-yard field goal NY GIANTS 23-13
4th - NYG - Mario Manningham, 4-yard pass from Manning (Tynes kick) NY GIANTS 30-13
4th - GB - Driver, 16-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) NY GIANTS 30-20
4th - NYG - Brandon Jacobs, 14-yard run (Tynes kick) NY GIANTS 37-20
August 13: Cleveland (1-0) 27, Green Bay (0-1) 17
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers connected with Greg Jennings on a 20-yard touchdown pass, highlighting Green Bay's win over the Arizona Cardinals. Rodgers played the first three series and hit on 9-of-12 passes for 97 yards. Matt Flynn misfired on just one of his six pass attempts and finished with 141 yards, including a 97-yard scoring bomb to Chastin West on the opening play of the final quarter. Graham Harrell finished up under center and ended 7-of-9 for 81 yards with a score in the first preseason home game for the defending Super Bowl champions. Kevin Kolb played the opening three series for the Cardinals and completed 6- of-11 passes for 80 yards. John Skelton relieved Kolb, but didn't return after halftime because of a sprained right ankle. Richard Bartel went 13-of-19 for 169 yards and a TD. Max Hall led the first fourth quarter series at QB, but that resulted in a punt. The Cardinals may have suffered a big blow to their backfield with a right knee injury to rookie Ryan Williams. The second-round draft pick out of Virginia Tech was carted off the field in the third quarter after his only rush of the game. It could be a ruptured patella tendon, according to Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt. If so, Williams will likely be out for the season. That could mean a lot more carries for Beanie Wells, who had 11 of them for 44 yards Friday night. Jay Feely kicked a 39-yard field goal to cap an 11-play, 66-yard march on Arizona's second possession. He connected from 53 yards in the second, but Rodgers finally put the Packers in front by connecting on all five of his passes during a second-quarter drive, the last to Jennings.  Stephen Williams scored on a seven-yard pass from Bartel in the third and Alfonso Smith plunged in from a yard out later in the quarter for a 21-20 Arizona edge. West's TD grab and Harrell's six-yard scoring toss to Kerry Taylor made it an eight-point margin. Bartel was picked off by Brandian Ross in the end zone with 4:13 left.
ARIZONA   -   3   3  14   0   - 20
GREEN BAY -   0  14   0  14   - 28
1st - ARZ - Jay Feely, 39-yard field goal ARIZONA 3-0
2nd - ARZ -  Feely, 53-yard field goal ARIZONA 6-0
August 19: Green Bay (1-1) 28, Arizona (1-1) 20
2nd - GB - Greg Jennings, 20-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Mason Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-6
2nd - GB - Alex Green, 2-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-6
3rd - ARZ - Stephen Williams, 7-yard pass from Richard Bartel (Feely kick) GREEN BAY 14-13
3rd - ARZ - Alfonso Smith, 1-yard run (Feely kick) ARIZONA 20-14
4th - GB - Chastin West, 97-yard pass from Matt Flynn (Crosby kick) GREEN  BAY 21-20
4th - GB - Kerry Taylor, 6-yard pass from Graham Harrell (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-20
August 26: Green Bay (2-1) 24, Indianapolis (0-3) 21
(GREEN BAY) - Vic So'oto picked off a Tyler Palko pass and returned it 33 yards for a go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter, lifting the Packers past the Chiefs in the final preseason tuneup for both teams. Aaron Rodgers threw an eight-yard touchdown pass to Tom Crabtree in his only series for the Packers, who open the NFL schedule next Thursday when they host the New Orleans Saints in a battle of the last two Super Bowl champions.  Matt Cassel played extended minutes and exited after taking a big hit by Packers defensive lineman Howard Green late in the second quarter. Cassel completed 15-of-17 passes for 129 yards and threw a touchdown to Dexter McCluster, who totaled 66 yards from scrimmage.  Dwayne Bowe caught eight balls for 85 yards.
KANSAS CITY -   0  14   0   7   - 19
GREEN BAY   -   7   3   3  11   - 20
1st - GB - Tom Crabtree, 8-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Mason Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - KC - Safety, Matt Flynn tackled in the end zone by Allen Bailey GREEN BAY 7-2
2nd - KC - Dexter McCluster, 10-yard pass from Matt Cassel (Ryan Succop kick) KANSAS CITY 9-7
2nd - KC - Dwayne Bowe, 2-yard pass from Tyler Palko (Ryan Succop kick) KANSAS CITY 16-7
3rd - GB - Crosby, 43-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 16-10
3rd - GB - Crosby, 32-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 16-13
4th - GB - Vic So'oto, 33-yard interception return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 20-16
4th - KC - Succop, 31-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-19
September 1: Green Bay (3-1) 20, Kansas City (0-4) 19
September 8: Green Bay (1-0) 42, New Orleans (0-1) 34
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers passed for three touchdowns, all in the first quarter, and the Green Bay Packers made one final stop at the goal line Thursday to beat the Saints in a thrilling NFL season opener. The Saints marched deep into Green Bay territory on the final drive, getting an extra play with no time on the clock because of a pass interference penalty on linebacker A.J. Hawk, but rookie Mark Ingram was stuffed in front of the line as the Packers became the eighth straight reigning Super Bowl champion to open the season with a win at home. Rodgers completed 27 of his 35 passes, finding nine different receivers for 312 yards. He threw touchdown passes to Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb in the first quarter. Cobb's 108-yard touchdown return in the third quarter tied an NFL record, while James Starks and John Kuhn both rushed for scores for the Packers. Cobb was spun horizontally by a hard hit from New Orleans' Leigh Torrence, but remained on his feet and sprinted down the left side of the field in the third quarter of the 2011 NFL season opener. He tied the record for longest kickoff return set by Ellis Hobbs of the New England Patriots, who scored from 108 yards against the New York Jets on September 9, 2007. Cobb was selected by the Packers out of Kentucky in the second round of this year's draft. Drew Brees threw for 419 yards and three touchdowns on 32-of-49 passing for the Saints (0-1) and Darren Sproles returned a punt 72 yards for a TD. New Orleans recovered from a fumble on its first play from scrimmage and a 14-0 deficit in the opening nine minutes to make of game of it.
NEW ORLEANS -   7  10  10   7   - 34
GREEN BAY   -  21   7   7   7   - 42
1st - GB - Jennings, 7-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Nelson, 3-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
1st - NO - Robert Meachem, 31-yard pass from Drew Brees (John Kasay kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
1st - GB - Cobb, 32-yard pass from  Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-7
2nd - NO - Kasay, 30-yard field goal GREEN BAY 21-10
2nd - NO - Darren Sproles, 72-yard punt return (Kasay kick) GREEN BAY 21-17
2nd - GB - Starks, 17-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-17
3rd - NO - Kasay, 38-yard field goal GREEN BAY 28-20
3rd - GB - Cobb, 108-yard kickoff return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 35-20
3rd - NO - Devery Henderson, 29-yard pass from Brees (Kasay kick) GREEN BAY 35-27
4th - GB - Kuhn, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 42-27
4th - NO - Jimmy Graham, 5-yard pass from Brees (Kasay kick) GREEN BAY 42-34
September 18: Green Bay (2-0) 30, Carolina (0-2) 23
(CAROLINA) - Aaron Rodgers threw for 308 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Green Bay rallied from an early 13-point deficit to down Carolina. Rodgers finished 19-of-30, with TD strikes to Greg Jennings and Jordy Nelson for the Packers (2-0), while Mason Crosby connected on three field goals and John Kuhn added a rushing score for the defending champions. Charles Woodson posted a pair of key picks and recovered a fumble for Green Bay. After throwing for 422 yards in his pro debut last week, Cam Newton passed for 432 yards and one score on Sunday, but was intercepted three times. The Panthers got 100-yard receiving performances from Steve Smith and Jonathan Stewart in defeat. Smith led the way with 156 yards on six catches, and Stewart posted 100 yards on eight grabs. Newton added a team-best 53 yards on the ground plus a touchdown. The Panthers reached the Packers' three-yard line with just over four minutes to play, but failed to convert a 4th-and-4 from the six when Newton scrambled but was caught from behind well short of the marker. James Starks broke up the middle for a 12-yard rush on first down, then Rodgers hit Nelson in stride and he didn't stop until he reached the end zone 84 yards later for a 30-16 game and 2:14 on the clock. Newton posted a four-yard TD run with 37 seconds to play and on the extra point, the Panthers trailed 30-23. Green Bay recovered the onside kick and Rodgers took a knee for the final play. Despite a pair of illegal shift penalties, Carolina took a 7-0 lead on its first series thanks to Brandon LaFell's three-yard TD reception. Sean Considine recovered a fumble on the kickoff, and the home team was set up on Green Bay's 26. Olindo Mare converted a 20-yard field goal for a 10-0 game, then hit from 33 yards out on the third play of the second quarter for a 13- point advantage. Green Bay finally hit the scoreboard on a one-yard run from Kuhn to cap an 80- yard drive, but couldn't close the gap further than 13-7 for the rest of the half. The Packers needed less than three minutes on the opening drive of the third quarter to take a 14-13 edge, as Rodgers hit a wide-open Jennings for a 49- yard score. Two plays later, Woodson picked off Newton deep in Carolina territory. After going just one yard in three plays, Crosby hit from 37 yards out to make it 17-13. On the Panthers' following drive, Smith coughed up the ball on a run after a catch, with Woodson recovering at the Packers' 33. Rodgers couldn't find Nelson on a 3rd-and-goal from the one, and Crosby connected from 19 to provide a seven-point margin for Green Bay. Morgan Burnett stepped in front of a Newton pass on the ensuing series near midfield. It was 23-13 for the visitors seven plays later after Crosby made a 34-yard attempt. Mare made a 21-yarder to bring Carolina within a touchdown early in the fourth quarter.
GREEN BAY -  0   7  16   7 - 30
CAROLINA  - 10   3   0  14 - 23
1st - CAR - Brandon LaFell, 3-yard pass from Cam Newton (Olindo Mare kick) CAROLINA 7-0
1st - CAR - Mare, 20-yard field goal CAROLINA 10-0
2nd - CAR - Mare, 33-yard field goal CAROLINA 13-0
2nd - GB - Kuhn, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) CAROLINA 13-7
3rd - GB - Jennings, 49-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-13
3rd - GB - Crosby, 37-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-13
3rd - GB - Crosby, 19-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-13
3rd - GB - Crosby, 34-yard field goal GREEN BAY 23-13
4th - CAR - Mare, 21-yard field goal GREEN BAY 23-16
4th - GB - Nelson, 84-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 30-16
4th - CAR - Newton, 4-yard run (Mare kick) GREEN BAY 30-23
September 25: Green Bay (3-0) 27, Chicago (1-2) 17
(CHICAGO) - Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes to tight end Jermichael Finley, and the Packers rolled to a 27-17 win over the Bears in a rematch of last season's NFC Championship Game. Rodgers completed 28-of-38 passes for 297 yards, hitting Finley for two scores in the first 18 minutes of the game to give Green Bay a 14-0 lead. Ryan Grant rushed for 92 yards on 17 carries and Greg Jennings had nine catches for 119 yards as the reigning Super Bowl champions ran their winning streak to nine games dating back to last season. Jay Cutler passed for 302 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions for the Bears, who have dropped two straight games since winning their season opener against Atlanta. Chicago looked like it pulled of the strangest punt return touchdown in recent memory late in the fourth quarter, only to have it called back by a holding penalty. With about a minute remaining, the Packers converged on dangerous Bears return man Devin Hester on the left side of the field. None of them noticed that punter Tim Masthay had kicked to the other side, where Johnny Knox was standing all alone near the right sideline. Knox bolted 89 yards downfield, unchallenged until Masthay's last-ditch dive near the goal line. The touchdown could have pulled the Bears within three points, with a chance to pull off an onside kick, but Corey Graham was whistled for holding and they ran three final offensive plays instead as time ran out. Rodgers was perfect on two first half scoring drives last January, leading the Packers to a 21-14 win for the NFC Championship and sending the Bears into the offseason with an injured quarterback. On Sunday, Rodgers was 5-for-7 on the game's opening possession and hit Finley for a six-yard touchdown. An interception during the 80-yard drive was negated by a defensive offsides. The Packers quarterback went 3-for-4 during a 60-yard drive that bled into the second quarter, completing a 24-yard pass to Finley before finding the tight end again for a seven-yard touchdown and 14-0 lead. Cutler and the Bears replied with an 80-yard march and Dane Sanzenbacher caught a four-yard touchdown pass to get them on the board with 8:12 remaining in the first half. Green Bay's Mason Crosby and Chicago's Robbie Gould exchanged field goals before the break, as the Packers carried a 17-10 lead into the locker room. Crosby added a field goal in the third quarter to make it 20-10 and Rodgers hit Finley for a third touchdown, this one from 10 yards, early in the fourth to take a 17-point lead. In a quick series of turnovers that ended with a Chicago touchdown, Cutler was intercepted by safety Morgan Burnett and Packers running back James Starks fumbled on the next play. Cutler hit Kellen Davis for a 32-yard touchdown pass on the next play, pulling the Bears within 27-17. Rodgers was picked off by Brian Urlacher on the next series for the quarterback's first interception of the season.
GREEN BAY -  7  10   3   7 - 27
CHICAGO   -  0  10   0   7 - 17
1st - GB - Finley, 6-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Finley, 7-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - CHI - Dane Sanzenbacher, 4-yard pass from Jay Cutler (Robbie Gould kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
2nd - GB - Crosby, 37-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-7
2nd - CHI - Gould, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-10
3rd - GB - Crosby, 28-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-10
4th - GB - Finley, 10-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 27-10
4th - CHI - Kellen Davis, 32-yard pass from Jay Cutler (Gould kick) GREEN BAY 27-17
October 2: Green Bay (4-0) 49, Denver (1-3) 29
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers threw for a career-high 408 yards and four scores and added two touchdowns on the ground as the Packers routed Denver. Greg Jennings caught seven balls for 103 yards and a score, while Jordy Nelson added 91 yards receiving and a touchdown on five catches for the Packers. James Starks ran for 63 yards on 13 carries in the victory. Kyle Orton went 22-of-32 for 273 yards and three touchdowns for the Broncos, but threw three interceptions. Brandon Lloyd led all receivers with 136 yards on eight catches, while Eric Decker added two touchdowns and 56 yards on five grabs. Willis McGahee gained 103 yards on the ground on 15 rushes. The Broncos marched 78 yards on 12 plays on their second possession, and Matt Prater booted a 27-yard field goal to give Denver a 3-0 lead. Lloyd caught four balls for 35 yards, while McGahee added a 28-yard run on the drive. The Packers responded by scoring 21 straight points. Rodgers connected with Nelson on a deep pass down the middle for a 50-yard score, while Charles Woodson returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown to make it 14-3. Green Bay then recovered the onsides kickoff. Rodgers scampered for an 11-yard score early in the second quarter to conclude a seven-play, 53-yard drive to make it 21-3. Orton found Lloyd twice more for 62 yards on Denver's ensuing possession, before Decker found the end zone for a five-yard score to cap off a four-play 69-yard march. Later on in the quarter, Decker pulled down his second touchdown, this time a 33-yard catch to make it 21-17. The Packers answered and went 80 yards in 2:57 to put another touchdown on the board with 24 seconds left until halftime. Rodgers found Jennings on a short slant for a 17-yard score. The Green Bay signal caller threw for 227 yards and two scores on 16-of-21 passing in the first half. Rodgers continued to pick apart the Broncos defense to start the third as he led the Packers 80 yards in 12 plays for another touchdown. He finished off the possession with an eight-yard touchdown run. The Broncos were driving deep in Packers territory on their ensuing possession, but Daniel Fells put the ball on the ground after a 22-yard reception. Desmond Bishop stripped him from behind, and Morgan Burnett recovered the loose ball at the four. Rodgers made the Broncos pay as he hooked up with James Jones on a 16-yard score to make it 42-17. Rodgers threw his fourth touchdown pass in the fourth to make it 49-17, this time connecting with Donald Driver from eight yards out. Orton found Fells for a seven-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter to conclude the scoring. The Broncos were unable to convert the two-point conversion. 
DENVER    -   3  14   0   6 - 23
GREEN BAY -  14  14  14   7 - 49
1st - DEN - Matt Prater, 27-yard field goal DENVER 3-0
1st - GB - Nelson, 50-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-3
1st - GB - Woodson, 30-yard interception return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-3
2nd - GB - Rodgers, 11-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-3
2nd - DEN - Eric Decker, 5-yard pass from Kyle Orton (Prater kick) GREEN BAY 21-10
2nd - DEN - Decker, 33-yard pass from Orton (Prater kick) GREEN BAY 21-17
2nd - GB - Jennings, 17-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-17
3rd - GB - Rodgers, 8-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 35-17
3rd - GB - Jones, 16-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 42-17
4th - GB - Driver, 8-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 49-17
4th - DEN - Daniel Fells, 7-yard pass from Orton (Run failed) GREEN BAY 49-23
October 9: Green Bay (5-0) 25, Atlanta (2-3) 14
(ATLANTA) - After falling behind by 14 points, it was time for the defending Super Bowl champions to get to work. Aaron Rodgers threw for a pair of scores as part of a second-half barrage, keeping the Green Bay Packers unbeaten with a 25-14 victory over Atlanta Sunday night. Rodgers, who completed 26-of-39 passes for 396 yards, threw the go-ahead 70- yard touchdown pass to James Jones with 3:42 left in the third. Rodgers added a 29-yard strike to Greg Jennings on an acrobatic scoring play to begin the final quarter. Mason Crosby kicked four field goals, including a 56-yarder that equaled his own franchise record. Jones had five catches for 140 yards for the Packers (5-0), whose 11-game winning streak is their longest since a 12-game run in 1961-62. They are 5-0 for the first time since 1965 when Green Bay won its first six contests, on the way to an NFL championship. Matt Ryan finished 18-of-32 for 167 yards with a score and a pair of interceptions for the Falcons (2-3), who couldn't gain a measure of revenge after losing to Green Bay, 48-21, at the Georgia Dome in the divisional round of the playoffs last season. The Falcons already have as many losses as they had all of 2010.
GREEN BAY -  0   6   9  10 - 25
ATLANTA   -  7   7   0   0 - 14
1st - ATL - Roddy White, 5-yard pass from Matt Ryan (Matt Bryant kick) ATLANTA 7-0
2nd - ATL - Michael Turner, 1-yard run (Bryant kick) ATLANTA 14-0
2nd - GB - Crosby, 32-yard field goal ATLANTA 14-3
2nd - GB - Crosby, 35-yard field goal ATLANTA 14-6
3rd - GB - Crosby, 56-yard field goal ATLANTA 14-9
3rd - GB - Jones, 70-yard pass from Rodgers (Rodgers pass incomplete to Finley) GREEN BAY 15-14
4th - GB - Jennings, 29-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 22-14
4th - GB - Crosby, 30-yard field goal GREEN BAY 25-14
October 16: Green Bay (6-0) 24, St. Louis (0-5) 3
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers threw for 310 yards and three first-half touchdowns as Green Bay continued its superb start to the 2011 season with a 24-3 decision over St. Louis Jordy Nelson totaled 104 yards on two catches, including a career-best 93-yard TD reception for the Packers, who hadn't begun a season with six straight wins since 1965. Donald Driver and James Jones each recorded a touchdown grab for Green Bay, which has won 12 games in succession, including playoffs, dating back to last December 26. Sam Bradford completed 28-of-44 passes for 321 yards and one interception as the Rams (0-5), opened up a campaign with five straight losses for the second time in three years. Steven Jackson paced the rushing attack with 96 yards on 18 carries, and Danario Alexander led the receiving corps with six catches for 91 yards. Early in the second quarter, Bradford missed Alexander on a 4th-and-3 from the Packers' 41, and the home team needed five plays to reach the end zone as Rodgers connected with Jones for a 35-yard TD and 10-0 advantage. The Packers took a 17-0 edge on the first play of their ensuing series, as Rodgers hit Nelson in stride down the left side and he rumbled untouched 93 yards for another score. It was also the longest scoring pass in Rodgers' pro tenure. Driver hauled in a seven-yard touchdown pass with under two minutes to play in the half and Green Bay held a commanding 24-3 edge at intermission after the Rams' lone successful drive resulted in a a 36-yard field goal from Josh Brown. Bradford was picked off in the end zone by Sam Shields on the visitors' second drive of the second half, and another foray into Packers territory went by the wayside on Bradford's incompletion on 4th-and-6 from the 15 early in the fourth. St. Louis then reached the Green Bay 29 with just over four minutes remaining, but on a 4th-and-7, a holding penalty preceded a sack and turnover on downs. The Packers never relinquished control from there. Mason Crosby connected on a 32-yarder to cap Green Bay's initial possession, which was the lone score of the opening quarter.
ST. LOUIS -  0   3   0   0 - 3
GREEN BAY -  3  21   0   0 - 24
1st - GB - Crosby, 32-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - Jones, 35-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - GB - Nelson, 93-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 17-0
2nd - GB - Driver, 7-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-0
2nd - STL - Josh Brown, 36-yard field goal GREEN BAY 24-3
October 23: Green Bay (7-0) 33, Minnesota (1-6) 27
(MINNESOTA) - Aaron Rodgers had three touchdown passes and the Packers recovered from a slow start to take a 33-27 win over the Vikings to remain the only unbeaten team in the NFL. Rodgers completed his first 13 attempts and passed for 335 yards on 24-for-30 attempts while Greg Jennings caught seven passes for 147 yards and a touchdown for the Packers, who have won nine straight regular season games going back to last year. Mason Crosby went 4-for-4 on field goal attempts, along with three extra points, and set two team records. His first of the game, a 39-yarder, set a team record for consecutive successful attempts at 19, and his fourth of the game went for 58-yard to break his own record for longest in team history. James Starks carried the ball 13 times for 75 yards and Ryan Grant added nine attempts for 29 yards for Green Bay, which has next week off before a road game in San Diego in Week 9. Rookie Christian Ponder made his first start under center and started out well, but was picked off twice in the second half and finished the game 13- for-32 with 219 yards and two scores for the Vikings, who have dropped their past two games. Adrian Peterson had 175 yards on 24 carries with a score. The Packers never led in the first half, but that quickly changed in the second half when Rodgers hit a wide open Jennings along the right sideline and he took it in on a 79-yard score for a 20-17 lead less than a minute into the second half. A quick three-and-out from Minnesota saw the team punt the ball and Randall Cobb, who had muffed a punt earlier in the game, returned it 42 yards to the Minnesota 32. Four plays later, Rodgers and Jermichael Finley hooked up on a two-yard score for a 27-17 lead 4 1/2 minutes in. Ponder was picked off by Charles Woodson on Minnesota's ensuing touch and he took it back to the Minnesota 45. That led to a 24-yard field goal from Crosby with 3:18 to play in the third. Woodson again picked off Ponder and again that led to a field goal, but this one was a 58-yard boot from Crosby, which could have went several yards further, to give the Packers a 33-17 lead in the final moments of the third. After the kickoff, Peterson took a handoff 54 yards on the final play of the third and that led to a 46-yard field goal from Ryan Longwell just over a minute into the fourth. Green Bay didn't move the ball at all and had to punt, with Minnesota getting it back at its own seven-yard line. On 3rd-and-6, Ponder hit Visanthe Shiancoe for 22 yards and later the QB later scrambled for 12 yards on 3rd-and-7. The 10-play, 93-yard drive was finished when Michael Jenkins outleaped Woodson for a 24-yard score to make it a 33-27 contest with under eight minutes to play. Green Bay had to punt after getting one first down, but Minnesota was only able to move the ball to its own 36 and had to punt. The Vikings had all three of their timeouts left when the Packers got the ball back with 2:30 to play, but Green Bay was able to get the first downs it needed to kill off the rest of the clock. Ponder went deep on the first play of the game and got together with Jenkins on a 72-yard bomb. It was initially ruled a touchdown, but the replay showed he was down at the one. It mattered little, however, as Ponder hit Shiancoe on a two-yard score two plays later for a quick 7-0 lead. The Packers, though, came back with a methodical nine-play drive that saw Rodgers go 5-for-5 for 69 yards with his two-yard TD pass to John Kuhn at the goalline tying the game with 8:34 left in the first. Following an exchange of punts, Minnesota was agin forced to punt, but Cobb muffed the catch and the Vikings recovered at midfield. Peterson gave the Vikings a 14-7 lead with a one-yard push into the end zone with under 12 minutes to play in the half. Green Bay responded with a 39-yard field goal from Crosby to cap an 11-play drive, but Minnesota came right back with a season-high 52-yard boot from Longwell. The field goal came with less than a minute left, but it was plenty of time for the Packers to get into scoring position and Crosby's 45-yard kick on the final play of the half made it a 17-13 game at the break.
GREEN BAY -  3  21   0   0 - 33
MINNESOTA -  0   3   0   0 - 27
1st - MIN - Visanthe Shiancoe, 2-yard pass from Christian Ponder (Ryan Longwell kick) MINNESOTA 7-0
1st - GB - Kuhn, 2-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - MIN - Adrian Peterson, 1-yard run (Longwell kick) MINNESOTA 14-7
2nd - GB - Crosby, 39-yard field goal MINNESOTA 14-10
2nd - MIN - Longwell, 52-yard field goal MINNESOTA 17-10
2nd - GB - Crosby, 45-yard field goal MINNESOTA 17-13
3rd - GB - Jennings, 79-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 20-17
3rd - GB - Finley, 2-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 27-17
3rd - GB - Crosby, 24-yard field goal GREEN BAY 30-17
3rd - GB - Crosby, 58-yard field goal GREEN BAY 33-17
4th - MIN - Longwell, 46-yard field goal GREEN BAY 33-20
4th - MIN - Michael Jenkins, 24-yard pass from Ponder (Longwell kick) GREEN BAY 33-27
November 6: Green Bay (8-0) 45, San Diego (4-4) 38
(SAN DIEGO) - Aaron Rodgers outdueled Philip Rivers, and the Packers escaped rainy San Diego with a wild 45-38 victory over the Chargers to remain perfect this season. Rodgers finished 21-of-26 for 247 yards and four touchdowns, while Rivers also threw for four scores and 385 yards on 26-of-46 efficiency but was intercepted three times. Jordy Nelson racked up 105 yards and a score on five receptions for the Packers, who have won a season's first eight games for the first time since going 10-0 to start off the 1962 campaign. Greg Jennings and Jermichael Finley also hauled in a TD pass as Green Bay extended its winning streak to 14 games. Charlie Peprah notched a pair of picks -- including a 40-yard return for a touchdown -- and Tramon Williams contributed a 43-yard interception return of his own. Vincent Jackson totaled 141 yards and three TD receptions on seven grabs for the Chargers, who have dropped three straight. Antonio Gates added 96 yards and a score on eight catches, while Mike Tolbert racked up 83 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries. Jennings' four-yard scoring grab upped the Packers' edge to 45-24 with 10:27 remaining in regulation, but San Diego roared back to make it a tight game. Jackson registered back-to-back TD receptions -- one of five yards and one of 29 following an onside kick recovery -- and the home team found themselves down 45-38 with 6:25 remaining. Green Bay followed with a three-and-out, but San Diego couldn't move past its own 42. A punt pinned the Packers at their own four, and the Chargers defense held James Starks to no gain on 3rd-and-2 from the visitors' 25. San Diego then had possession on its own 31 with 1:05 to play -- but no timeouts. Rivers found Gates for 19 yards on 2nd-and-10, and the home team was given new life when Charles Woodson was flagged for pass interference on third down. Set up at the Packers' 41, an incompletion preceded Peprah hauling in an errant offering and rolling 76 yards from his own 18 to the Bolts' six to lock up the win. Under overcast skies, Rivers hit Jackson in the end zone for a 23-yard score and early 7-0 edge to cap the game's first series. Green Bay countered on its first touch as Rodgers fired off a five-yard TD pass to Finley. Green Bay's defense then provided a comfortable margin for its offense. Three plays after the tying score, Peprah picked off Rivers, and he dodged several tackles on the way to a 40-yard touchdown. On the Bolts' next series, Rivers threw right into the hands of Williams, and he rumbled untouched 43 yards down the left sideline to make it 21-7. Tolbert's eight-yard run got the Chargers within a score early in the second and a Nick Novak 52-yarder made it a four-point spread, but the Pack went to halftime up 28-17 after a 16-yard TD catch by Nelson. Mason Crosby connected from 47 yards out early in the third, then Gates managed to reach the left pylon on an 11-yard reception which made it 31-24 later in the quarter. Green Bay continued to push as the rain picked up in intensity, and assumed a 14-point edge once more after Rodgers hit James Jones for a 21-yard score two minutes into the final quarter.
GREEN BAY -  21   7   3  14 - 45
SAN DIEGO -   7  10   7  14 - 38
1st - SD - Vincent Jackson, 23-yard pass from Philip Rivers (Nick Novak kick) SAN DIEGO 7-0
1st - GB - Finley, 5-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) TIED 7-7
1st - GB - Peprah, 40-yard interception return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
1st - GB - T. Williams, 43-yard interception return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-7
2nd - SD - Mike Tolbert, 8-yard run (Novak kick) GREEN BAY 21-14
2nd - SD - Novak, 52-yard field goal GREEN BAY 21-17
2nd - GB - Nelson, 16-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-17
3rd - GB - Crosby, 47-yard field goal GREEN BAY 31-17
3rd - SD - Antonio Gates, 11-yard pass from Rivers (Novak kick) GREEN BAY 31-24
4th - GB - J. Jones, 21-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 38-24
4th - GB - Jennings, 4-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 45-24
4th - SD - Jackson, 5-yard pass from Rivers (Novak kick) GREEN BAY 45-31
4th - SD - Jackson, 29-yard pass from Rivers (Novak kick) GREEN BAY 45-38
November 14: Green Bay (9-0) 45, Minnesota (2-7) 7
hashmark and ran a half-circle around Minnesota's coverage team before turning it upfield for the score, becoming the first Packer to return a kickoff and a punt for TD in his rookie year. The first time Green Bay's offense touched the ball resulted in an 11-play, 70-yard drive that Rodgers capped by hitting Greg Jennings over the middle for a 24-yard touchdown. The Vikings had a chance to get on the board later in the opening quarter, but a false start penalty turned a 47-yard field goal try into a 52-yarder, and Ryan Longwell's attempt fell short on a windy night. Mason Crosby's 25-yard field goal proved to be the only points of the second quarter, and Nelson scored on a 17-yard reception after breaking Cedric Griffin's tackle along the right sideline early in the third. Cobb's muffed punt led to Minnesota's only points, a three-yard Peterson run up the middle midway through the third. Cobb atoned for the mistake with a 55-yard kickoff return to midfield, and five plays later, Rodgers found John Kuhn in the back of the end zone for a nine-yard score. Rodgers' final throw was a four-yard scoring strike to Nelson four minutes into the fourth, and backup quarterback Matt Flynn got into the act with a three-yard TD run to cap the blowout. 
MINNESOTA -   0   0   7   0 - 7
GREEN BAY -  14   3  10  14 - 45
1st - GB - Cobb, 80-yard punt return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Jennings, 24-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - GB - Crosby, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-0
3rd - GB - Nelson, 17-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-0
3rd - MIN - Adrian Peterson, 3-yard run (Ryan Longwell kick) GREEN BAY 24-7
3rd - GB - Kuhn, 9-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 31-7
4th - GB - Nelson, 4-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 38-7
4th - GB - Flynn, 3-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 45-7
November 21: Green Bay (10-0) 35, Tampa Bay (4-6) 26
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers passed for 299 yards and three touchdowns on 23-of-34 efficiency as Green Bay outlasted Tampa Bay, 35-26, at Lambeau Field to remain perfect on the season. Jordy Nelson racked up 123 yards and a pair of scores on just six receptions, and Tom Crabtree added a TD catch for the Packers, who matched the 1962 squad for the best start in franchise history. James Starks collected 53 yards on six grabs and 38 yards on 11 carries, with B.J. Raji and John Kuhn posting a rushing score each as Green Bay extended its winning streak to 16 games dating back last year's Super Bowl run. The NFC North leaders will look to set a new mark for consecutive victories to begin a campaign on Thanksgiving Day in Detroit against the resurgent Lions. Kellen Winslow totaled a game-highs of 132 receiving yards and nine catches for the Buccaneers, who have dropped four straight games. Josh Freeman completed 28-of-38 passes for 342 yards and two touchdowns but was picked off twice by Tramon Williams. LeGarrette Blount amassed 107 yards with a score on 18 carries and Mike Williams finished with 83 yards and a TD on seven receptions in defeat. Freeman hit Williams for a nine-yard score early in the fourth to get the Buccaneers within 21-19, but an open Winslow fell in the end zone and dropped the conversion pass. That cost the visitors dearly, as Green Bay then moved 85 yards in eight plays and took a 28-19 advantage with 7:42 to play after Kuhn's two-yard plunge. The score followed a pass interference call on Tampa's E.J. Biggars which gave the home team 1st-and-goal. After holding the Bucs to a three-and-out, most of Randall Cobb's long punt return was negated due to a block in the back. Green Bay took over on Tampa's 45, but Elbert Mack picked off Rodgers on first down and Tampa Bay had the ball on the 50. Arrelious Benn's leaping 37-yard grab plus a defensive pass interference call on 1st-and-10 from the Packers' 39 led to Dezmon Briscoe's two-yard TD catch on the next play. The extra point pulled the visitors within 28-26 with 4:25 remaining. Green Bay recovered the onside kick, and an offsides call on Tampa Bay pushed the ball into Bucs territory. Three plays later Rodgers found Nelson in stride for a 40-yard score and 35-26 game with 2:55 to play. On the Bucs' next play from scrimmage, Tramon Williams hauled in a tipped pass and returned the pick to the visitors' 13-yard line. Mason Crosby's 29-yard attempt with 1:36 left clanked off the right upright, but Tampa's final drive came up short when Winslow gained 10 yards on 4th-and-15 from his own 33. Green Bay's second drive of the game, an 88-yard march lasting almost 8 1/2 minutes, culminated with Raji bulling his way through tacklers into the end zone for a one-yard score. It was 14-0 for the home team early in the second quarter as Rodgers found Crabtree for a five-yard TD strike. But Blount was a one-man wrecking crew to bring the Bucs back within a score, fighting off multiple tacklers en route to his 54-yard touchdown run on the ensuing series. Connor Barth connected on a 23-yard field goal to cap a seven-minute Tampa Bay series for a four-point spread, but the Packers responded with a five-yard TD connection to Nelson for a 21-10 contest. Williams picked off Freeman at the Packers' 28 on Tampa's final drive of the first half. A offensive pass interference call wiped out a Freeman-to-Winslow connection on 3rd-and-3 from the Green Bay four with just over five minutes left in the third quarter, and Barth hit from 32 yards out to make it 21-13.
TAMPA BAY -  0  10   3  13 - 26
GREEN BAY -  7  14   0  14 - 35
1st - GB - Raji, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Crabtree, 5-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - TB - LeGarrette Blount, 54-yard run (Connor Barth kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
2nd - TB - Barth, 23-yard field goal GREEN BAY 14-10
2nd - GB - Nelson, 5-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-10
3rd - TB - Barth, 32-yard field goal GREEN BAY 21-13
4th - TB - Mike Williams, 9-yard pass from Josh Freeman (Freeman pass incomplete) GREEN BAY 21-19
4th - GB - Kuhn, 2-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-19
4th - TB - Dezmon Briscoe, 2-yard pass from Freeman (Barth kick) GREEN BAY 28-26
4th - GB - Nelson, 40-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 35-26
November 24: Green Bay (11-0) 27, Detroit (7-4) 15
(DETROIT) - While it's a new Detroit Lions club, it was the usual result on Thanksgiving as Green Bay remained undefeated. The Packers moved to 11-0 for the first time in club history and further solidified their lock on the NFC North as they now have a four-game lead over Detroit and a 3 1/2-game lead over Chicago. Aaron Rodgers went 22-for-32 with 307 yards and passing touchdowns to James Jones and Greg Jennings. John Kuhn had a touchdown run for Green Bay. Matthew Stafford continued to struggle as he was intercepted three times in the game and has now been picked off nine times in the past three games. He finished the game 32-for-45 with 276 yards and a touchdown for the Lions, who have dropped four of their past six games after opening the season with five straight wins. It is the eighth straight Thanksgiving that the Lions have been on the losing end of the score. Their last win on the holiday came in 2003 against these Packers. The Lions dominated play for much of the first half as they totaled 218 yards and limited Green Bay to just under 10 minutes of possession time. However, they were hampered by penalties throughout the half and were whistled eight times for 75 yards. Their first drive saw them cross midfield, but a holding call on Nate Burleson pushed them back across and they ultimately had to punt. The next drive saw Detroit get to the Green Bay 30, but a holding call moved the ball back 10 yards and the team punted following an incompletion. On the third drive, a 2nd-and-5 play at the Green Bay 43 was brought back 15 yards when Maurice Morris was called for a chop block and the team had to punt. The vaunted Green Bay offense, meanwhile, was being held in check as it managed just two first downs in the first quarter and after crossing midfield in the second, had to punt. However, the defense came up with the big play on Detroit's ensuing drive as Ryan Pickett tipped a Stafford pass at the right side of the line and Clay Matthews came down with it to give the Packers the ball at the Detroit 13. A pass interference call on the first play moved the ball to the one and, two plays later, Rodgers hit a wide open Jennings at the right side for a 7-0 lead with 4:51 left in the second quarter. The Lions put together another drive and avoided penalties to get into scoring position, but Jason Hanson just missed his 47-yard attempt to the left and the game eventually went into the break with a 7-0 score. Starting the second half with the ball, Green Bay put together an 11-play, 77- yard drive that saw the team cap the march on a one-yard run up the middle by Kuhn for a 14-0 lead. Two plays prior, a 3rd-and-3 pass fell incomplete, but Ndamukong Suh was called for a personal foul and thrown out after kicking a Green Bay player laying on the ground to give the Packers the ball at the one. Detroit's following touch saw Stafford get picked off on a leaping grab by Rob Francois to give Green Bay the ball at its own 35. The first play went the distance as Rodgers and Jones connected a 65-yard catch-and-run for a 21-0 lead. Stafford was picked off again, this time by Charles Woodson, and that led to a 35-yard field goal from Mason Crosby. Detroit responded with a 72-yard drive that saw Keiland Williams take the ball 16 yards up the middle on the seventh play to get into the end zone. A two- point conversion catch by Titus Young made it a 24-8 game with 13:11 to play. Green Bay was forced to punt on its next touch, but Detroit went three-and-out on its following possession and Crosby's 32-yard field goal with under three minutes to play sealed the win. Detroit did manage a final score as Calvin Johnson caught a three-yard pass in the back of the end zone for his league-leading 12th touchdown catch.
GREEN BAY -  0   7  17   3 - 27
DETROIT   -  0   0   0  15 - 15
2nd - GB - Jennings, 3-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
3rd - GB - Kuhn, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
3rd - GB - Jones, 65-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-0
3rd - GB - Crosby, 35-yard field goal GREEN BAY 24-0
4th - DET - Keiland Williams, 16-yard run (Matthew Stafford pass to Titus Young) GREEN BAY 24-8
4th - GB - Crosby, 32-yard field goal GREEN BAY 27-8
4th - DET - Calvin Johnson, 3-yard pass from Stafford (Jason Hanson kick) GREEN BAY 27-15
December 4: Green Bay (12-0) 38, New York Giants (6-6) 35
(NEW YORK) - The Packers were pushed to the brink and answered emphatically, as Mason Crosby booted the game-winning 30-yard field goal at the buzzer to keep Green Bay's perfect season alive. Hakeem Nicks' second touchdown grab brought the Giants within 35-33 with 58 seconds remaining in regulation, and D.J. Ware punched in the two-point conversion on a delayed draw to pull even. But Aaron Rodgers completed four straight passes to cover 68 yards and get in field goal range, allowing Crosby to come in and split the uprights to seal Green Bay's franchise-record 18th straight win. The stretch started in Week 16 last season against the Giants, who were seeking to end another run at an undefeated season. New York famously ended the Patriots' run at perfection in Super Bowl XLII, but a repeat upset fell short despite a late rally, sending the club to a fourth straight loss. The Packers, meanwhile, already clinched a postseason spot and can capture the NFC North with a Lions loss to the Saints Sunday night. Rodgers threw for 369 yards with four touchdowns and one interception while adding a team-high 32 yards on the ground. Greg Jennings caught seven passes for 94 yards and a touchdown, while Jermichael Finley added six grabs for 87 yards and a score, including a 24- yard gain to start the game's final drive. Jordy Nelson made an acrobatic 27-yard catch along the left sideline to gain Giants territory, and two plays later, Jennings caught an 18-yarder over the middle to set up the winning kick. The last drive spoiled a nine-play, 69-yard drive orchestrated by Eli Manning, whose two-yard toss to Nicks in the final minute was his third touchdown pass. Manning wound up with 347 yards and an interception. Both Nicks and Victor Cruz caught seven passes for 88 and 119 yards, respectively. On the third play from scrimmage, Travis Beckum found a seem up the right side, caught Manning's pass near midfield and zigzagged his way between Charlie Peprah and Morgan Burnett en route to a 67-yard touchdown. Finley reached over the goal line for a 12-yard touchdown grab later in the opening quarter to tie things, and Cruz's 42-yard grab set up Lawrence Tynes' 38-yard kick for a 10-7 Giants lead. The first play of the second quarter saw the game's first lead change, as Clay Matthews stepped in front of Manning's outlet pass intended for Ahmad Bradshaw and returned the interception 38 yards the other way. Midway through the second, Rodgers threw just his fifth interception of the season when Chase Blackburn leaked back into coverage and easily took it nine yards the other way to the Green Bay 12-yard line. Brandon Jacobs went in from a yard out to give the Giants the lead back, but Donald Driver caught the first of his two touchdowns -- a 13-yarder -- just before the break for a 21-17 advantage. On the first possession of the second half Jennings beat rookie cornerback Prince Amukamara with a jab step to the outside before cutting upfield. Amukamara nearly knocked the ball loose in the end zone, but replay confirmed Jennings had possession before losing control, resulting in a 20-yard TD. Nicks answered immediately with a 51-yard pickup on the next play from scrimmage, then caught a four-yard fade in the right corner of the end zone with one hand. New York pulled within one, 28-27, when Tynes booted a 50-yard field goal with 10:53 remaining in the fourth. The Giants forced a punt in their own territory on the ensuing possession, but went three-and-out to give the Packers the ball back with seven minutes left. Driver dragged his toes behind the front right pylon for a seven-yard score with 3:34 on the clock.
GREEN BAY -   7  14   7  10 - 38
NY GIANTS -  10   7   0  18 - 35
1st - NYG - Travis Beckum, 67-yard pass from Eli Manning (Lawrence Tynes kick) NY GIANTS 7-0
1st - GB - Finley, 12-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) TIED 7-7
1st - NYG - Tynes, 38-yard field goal NY GIANTS 10-7
2nd - GB - Matthews, 38-yard interception return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-10
2nd - NYG - Brandon Jacobs, 1-yard run (Tynes kick) NY GIANTS 17-14
2nd - GB - Driver, 13-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-17
3rd - GB - Jennings, 20-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-17
3rd - NYG - Hakeem Nicks, 4-yard pass from Manning (Tynes kick) GREEN BAY 28-24
4th - NYG - Tynes, 50-yard field goal GREEN BAY 28-27
4th - GB - Driver, 7-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 35-27
4th - NYG - Nicks, 2-yard pass from Manning (DJ Ware rushed for the two-point conversion) TIED 35-35
4th - GB - Crosby, 30-yard field goal GREEN BAY 38-35
December 11: Green Bay (13-0) 46, Oakland (7-6) 16
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers passed for two touchdowns and Ryan Grant ran for two more, as the undefeated Packers rolled to a bittersweet victory over the Raiders. Green Bay's 19th straight win -- the second longest streak in NFL history -- was blemished when Greg Jennings went down with a knee injury in the third quarter. Jennings was tackled by a pair of Raiders defenders after making a catch along the right hash mark, and one fell directly on the back of the star wide receiver's left knee. Jennings was visibly shaken after the incident and was carted to the locker room after a visit with team trainers on the sideline. The injury cast a shadow over the NFC North-champion Packers becoming the second defending Super Bowl champion to start the following season 13-0. Rodgers threw for 281 yards with an interception on 17-of-30 passing in less than three quarters, while Grant added 85 yards on 10 carries. Carson Palmer was intercepted four times for the Raiders, who fell one game behind the AFC West-leading Broncos. Palmer threw a late touchdown pass and had 245 yards on 24-of-42 throws. The rout started early, with D.J. Smith picking off Palmer in Packers territory on the game's opening possession. Two plays later, Grant broke through the line of scrimmage on the left side and went 47 yards for his first touchdown since 2009. Later in the opening quarter, Green Bay's 10-play, 80-yard drive ended with Ryan Taylor making his first career catch, a four-yard grab just past the goal line. Crosby tacked on a 34-yard field goal early in the second quarter, and Rodgers connected with Jordy Nelson on a 37-yard touchdown with 9:14 left in the half. Following another Palmer interception -- hauled in by former Raider Charles Woodson -- Grant went in from six yards out for a 31-0 cushion heading to the break. Jennings was injured on the first drive of the second half, which resulted in Crosby's 38-yard field goal. Michael Bush got Oakland on the scoreboard with a two-yard TD run, but after another Crosby field goal, Raiders fullback Marcel Reece fumbled and Erik Walden returned the loose ball five yards for a Green Bay touchdown. Crosby's 33-yard field goal early in the fourth capped the Packers' scoring. Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn was sacked for a safety later on, and Kevin Boss brought in a five-yard touchdown pass that made the final score a little closer. 
OAKLAND   -   0   0   7   9 - 16
GREEN BAY -  14  17  12   3 - 46
1st - GB - Grant, 47-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Taylor, 4-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - GB - Crosby, 34-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-0
2nd - GB - Nelson, 37-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-0
2nd - GB - Grant, 6-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 31-0
3rd - GB - Crosby, 38-yard field goal GREEN BAY 34-0
3rd - OAK - Michael Bush, 2-yard run (Sebastian Janikowski kick) GREEN BAY 34-7
3rd - GB - Crosby, 49-yard field goal GREEN BAY 37-7
3rd - GB - Walden, 5-yard fumble recovery (Crosby kick blocked by Desmond Bryant) GREEN BAY 43-7
4th - GB - Crosby, 33-yard field goal GREEN BAY 46-7
4th - OAK - Flynn sacked in endzone by Rolando McClain GREEN BAY 46-9
4th - OAK - Kevin Boss, 5-yard pass from Carson Palmer (Janikowski kick) GREEN BAY 46-16
December 18: Kansas City (6-8) 19, Green Bay (13-1) 14
(KANSAS CITY) - On one sideline stood Romeo Crennel, celebrating with his Chiefs players and dripping wet from a sports drink shower as the clock ran down on a victory. On the other stood Aaron Rodgers the Packers, defeated for the first time in a year. Crennel's defense was dominant, the Chiefs' offense did just enough in Kyle Orton's first start, and Kansas City ended Green Bay's 19-game winning streak with a 19-14 win at Arrowhead Stadium. The Packers carried the second-longest winning streak in NFL history into Sunday's game, but suffered their first loss since last December 19 at New England. Green Bay was chasing the Patriots' all-time record of 21 consecutive victories, but was largely ineffective on offense. Rodgers threw for 235 yards and a touchdown, and ran for a score with 2:04 remaining. But the Chiefs gained several first downs to run down the clock and secure the victory. It was a surprising win for a Kansas City team that experienced a lot of changes this week. The Chiefs installed Crennel as interim head coach after firing Todd Haley earlier this week. Crennel, the team's defensive coordinator, then decided to bench Tyler Palko in favor of Orton, who was claimed off waivers from Denver in November. He had thrown one pass for the Chiefs and missed time because of a finger injury, but threw for 299 yards Sunday. Ryan Succop kicked four field goals, and Jackie Battle ran for the decisive score with five minutes left in the game. Tamba Hali highlighted the defensive effort with three sacks.
GREEN BAY   -   0   0   7   7 - 14
KANSAS CITY -   6   0   3  10 - 19
1st - KC - Ryan Succop, 19-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 3-0
1st - KC - Succop, 32-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 6-0
3rd - GB - Driver, 2-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-6
3rd - KC - Succop, 46-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 9-7
4th - KC - Succop, 20-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 12-7
4th - KC - Jackie Battle, 1-yard run (Succop kick) KANSAS CITY 19-7
4th - GB - Rodgers, 8-yard run (Crosby kick) KANSAS CITY 19-14
December 25: Green Bay (14-1) 35, Chicago (7-8) 21
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers threw for 283 yards and a career-high five touchdowns on 21-of-29 passing as the Packers wrapped up home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs with a 35-21 win over the Chicago Bears. The Packers have won their last 12 home games. The victory also established a new franchise record for wins in a season. Jordy Nelson caught six balls for 115 yards and two scores, while James Jones had four receptions for 50 yards and two touchdowns for the Packers. The win gives the Packers the luxury of getting healthy before starting their defense of the Lombardi Trophy three weeks from now. Green Bay's leading receiver Greg Jennings missed his second consecutive game with a sprained left knee. The Packers were also without their two starting tackles. Left tackle Chad Clifton hasn't played since October due to hamstring and back issues, but he returned to practice this week. Right tackle Bryan Bulaga missed Sunday's game due to a left knee sprain. On the other side, the Bears have been extremely hampered by injuries. The Bears have lost five straight games since Jay Cutler suffered a broken thumb in a 31-20 win over San Diego on November 20. Matt Forte hasn't played since Week 13 due to a sprained MCL, and back-up running back Marion Barber missed Sunday night's confrontation due to a calf injury. Third-string running back Kahlil Bell got the start and carried the ball 23 times for 121 yards for the Bears, who were eliminated from playoff contention. The defeat also clinched a playoff berth for Atlanta, which plays New Orleans at the Superdome on Monday night. Josh McCown made his first start since 2007, taking over for Caleb Hanie who threw nine interceptions in Chicago's last four games. McCown finished the contest with 242 yards passing with one touchdown and two interceptions. Chicago marched 71 yards in six plays on its opening possession of the second half, which was capped off when Edwin Williams recovered Bell's fumble in the end zone to cut the margin to 14-10. But the Packers' offense seized control, scoring touchdowns on each of their first three second-half possessions. On a play-action bootleg, Rodgers found a wide-open Nelson for a 55-yard touchdown and a 21-10 lead. After a Bears three-and-out, the Packers went on a lengthy 12-play, 75-yard drive, which concluded when Rodgers flipped a quick slant to Jones for a seven-yard touchdown and a 28-10 advantage late in the third quarter. McCown's pass intended for Earl Bennett was intercepted by Charlie Peprah on Chicago's ensuing series. Rodgers hit Nelson for a 25-yard completion down the left sideline, and three plays later Rodgers had his fifth TD pass of the contest, a two-yard back- shoulder fade to Nelson for a 35-10 cushion early in the fourth quarter. McCown hit Kellen Davis for a one-yard score on Chicago's ensuing series and the Bears tacked on two points on McCown's run up the middle. Robbie Gould added a 30-yard field goal with 1:11 remaining to account for the final margin. Rodgers picked apart Chicago's defense on Green Bay's nine-play, 80-yard opening drive. Rodgers completed all eight of his passes for 77 yards and capped the march with a two-yard TD pass to Jermichael Finley. The Bears clamped down defensively and forced three consecutive Green Bay three-and-outs, but the offense couldn't capitalize on their scoring opportunities. Gould's 49-yard field goal attempt sliced wide right to waste Chicago's 11- play, 60-yard opening drive, and Clay Matthews intercepted McCown with the Bears just outside the red zone on their third offensive series. The Bears finally put points on the board on their next possession when Gould's 35-yard field goal split the uprights with 1:56 left in the half. But the explosive Packers offense could only be held down for so long. Rodgers took the ensuing possession 65 yards in seven plays before finding Jones for a two-yard score with 16 seconds left in the half.
NOTES: With 4,643 passing yards, Rodgers topped Lynn Dickey's franchise record of 4,458 yards in 1983...The 1962, 1996, 1997 and 2007 Packers all won 13 games during their respective campaigns...Rodgers has thrown a TD pass in 29 straight games at home...Rodgers has 45 touchdown passes this season...Donald Driver had two receptions for 29 yards and became the first Packer to eclipse the 10,000-yard receiving plateau. Driver now has 10,008 yards for his career.
CHICAGO   -  0   3   7  11 - 21
GREEN BAY -  7   7  14   7 - 35
1st - GB - Finley, 2-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - CHI - Robbie Gould, 35-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - GB - J. Jones, 2-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-3
3rd - CHI - Edwin Williams fumble recovery in the end zone (Gould kick) GREEN BAY 14-10
3rd - GB - Nelson, 55-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-10
3rd - GB - J. Jones, 7-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-10
4th - GB - Nelson, 2-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 35-10
4th - CHI - Kellen Davis, 1-yard pass from Josh McCown (McCown run) GREEN BAY 35-18
4th - CHI - Gould, 30-yard field goal GREEN BAY 35-21
January 1: Green Bay (15-1) 45, Detroit (10-6) 41
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