2013 PRE-SEASON (1-3)
AUGUST (0-1)                           RESULT       RECORD STARTING QB              LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
9  ARIZONA CARDINALS (0-0)             L  0-17      0- 1-0 Aaron Rodgers            James Starks (38)           Graham Harrell (76)         Tyrone Walker (5-41)
17 at St. Louis Rams (0-1)             W 19- 7      1- 1-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (40)             Aaron Rodgers (134)         Myles White (5-48)
23 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS                    L 10-17      1- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Vince Young (39)            Graham Harrell (49)         D.J. Williams (3-19)
29 at Kansas City Chiefs               L  8-30      1- 3-0 Vince Young              Johnathan Franklin (23)     Vince Young (144)           Tyrone Walker (5-30)
2013 REGULAR SEASON (8-7-1) - SEPTEMBER (1-2)
8  at San Francisco 49ers (0-0)        L 28-34      0- 1-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (41)             Aaron Rodgers (333)         Jordy Nelson (7-130)
15 WASHINGTON REDSKINS (0-1)           W 38-20      1- 1-0 Aaron Rodgers            James Starks (132)          Aaron Rodgers (480)         James Jones (11-178)        
22 at Cincinnati Bengals (1-1)         L 30-34      1- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Johnathan Franklin (103)    Aaron Rodgers (244)         Jordy Nelson (8-93)
29 Bye Week
6  DETROIT LIONS (3-1)                 W 22- 9      2- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (99)             Aaron Rodgers (274)         Jermichael Finley (6-32)
13 at Baltimore Ravens (2-2)           W 19-17      3- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (120)            Aaron Rodgers (315)         Jordy Nelson (4-113)
20 CLEVELAND BROWNS (3-3)              W 31-13      4- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (82)             Aaron Rodgers (260)         Jarrett Boykin (8-103)
27 at Minnesota Vikings (1-5)          W 44-31      5- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (94)             Aaron Rodgers (285)         Jordy Nelson (7-123)
NOVEMBER (0-4-1)
4  CHICAGO BEARS (4-3)                 L 20-27      5- 3-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (150)            Seneca Wallace (114)        Andrew Quarless (5-34)
10 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (4-5)           L 13-27      5- 4-0 Seneca Wallace           Eddie Lacy (73)             Scott Tolzien (280)         Jarrett Boykin (8-112)
17 at New York Giants (3-6)            L 13-27      5- 5-0 Scott Tolzien            Eddie Lacy (27)             Scott Tolzien (339)         Jordy Nelson (8-117)
24 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (2-8)             T 26-26(OT)  5- 5-1 Scott Tolzien            Eddie Lacy (110)            Matt Flynn (218)            James Jones (7-80)
28 at Detroit Lions (6-5)              L 10-40      5- 6-1 Matt Flynn               Eddie Lacy (16)             Matt Flynn (139)            James Jones (3-79)
8  ATLANTA FALCONS (3-9)               W 22-21      6- 6-1 Matt Flynn               Eddie Lacy (65)             Matt Flynn (258)            Andrew Quarless (6-66)
15 at Dallas Cowboys (7-6)             W 37-36      7- 6-1 Matt Flynn               Eddie Lacy (141)            Matt Flynn (299)            Jarrett Boykin (6-83)
22 PITTSBURGH STEELERS (6-8)           L 31-38      7- 7-1 Matt Flynn               Eddie Lacy (84)             Matt Flynn (232)            James Jones (9-84)
29 at Chicago Bears (8-7)              W 33-28      8- 7-1 Aaron Rodgers            James Starks (88)           Aaron Rodgers (318)         Jordy Nelson (10-161)
2013 PLAYOFFS - JANUARY 2014 (0-1)
5  SAN FRANCISCO 49ers (11-5)          L 20-23             Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (81)             Aaron Rodgers (177)         Jordy Nelson (7-62)
(GREEN BAY) - The newly-acquired Carson Palmer tossed a 38-yard touchdown pass in his first game as a Cardinal and Arizona downed the Green Bay Packers, 17-0, in the preseason opener for both teams. Palmer went 4-for-6 for 77 yards and a touchdown for Arizona, which played in its first game under new head coach Bruce Arians. The Cardinals swung a deal for the veteran quarterback Palmer from the Oakland Raiders in an offseason trade. The 33-year-old spent the past two seasons in Oakland after the Raiders acquired him from Cincinnati for a pair of high picks, including a 2012 first-round choice, in October 2011. Stepfan Taylor ran for 63 yards on 21 carries in his rookie debut and Jaron Brown had five receptions for 46 yards and a score for the Cardinals, who were 5-11 a year ago. Larry Fitzgerald hauled in two passes for 21 yards in the triumph. The focus in Green Bay has shifted to the offensive line since the Pack lost projected starting left tackle Bryan Bulaga to a torn ACL earlier in the week. The pedestrian line was supposed to be bolstered by Bulaga shifting out to the all-important left tackle position. Marshall Newhouse allowed nine sacks and a team-high 33 hurries as the team's left tackle in 2012. Aaron Rodgers completed 3-of-5 passes in his only series, including a 50-yard strike to James Jones, for 62 yards for Green Bay, which lost to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Divisional playoffs last season. Patrick Peterson intercepted a Graham Harrell pass late in the first quarter and Palmer hit Andre Roberts with a deep pass along the right sideline for the game's first points. Drew Stanton flipped a 1-yard score to Brown early in the second and Jay Feely's 21-yard field goal midway through the fourth concluded the scoring.
ARIZONA   -  7  7  0  3 - 17
GREEN BAY -  0  0  0  0 -  0
                         ARIZONA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   18            13
Rushes-yards               35-92         29-89
Passing yards                263           134
Return yards                  54             1
Passing (Att-Comp-Int)   27-16-0       34-18-1
Punts-Average             3-43.7        8-41.3
Fumbles-Lost                 1-0           1-1
Penalties-Yards             6-50          5-64
Time of Possession         31:57         28:03
1st - ARZ - Andre Roberts, 38-yard pass from Carson Palmer (Jay Feely kick) ARIZONA 7-0
2nd - ARZ - Jaron Brown, 1-yard pass from Drew Stanton (Feely kick) ARIZONA 14-0
4th  - ARZ - Jay Feely, 21-yard field goal
GREEN BAY - James Starks 12-38, Alex Green 7-16, Johnathan Franklin 6-14, Vince Young 2-12, Graham Harrell 1-7, Angelo Pease 1-2
ARIZONA - Stepfan Taylor 20-64, Alfonso Smith 12-21, Drew Stanton 2-8, Caleb TerBush 1-(-1)
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 5-3-62, Graham Harrell 19-12-76 1 INT, Vince Young 3-1-7, B.J. Coleman 7-2-15
ARIZONA - Carson Palmer 6-4-77 1 TD, Drew Stanton 14-8-107 1 TD, Ryan Lindley 5-3-78, Caleb TerBush 2-1-8
GREEN BAY - Tyrone Walker 5-41, Alex Gillett 3-21, Johnathan Franklin 2-12, Jeremy Ross 2-11, Jarrett Boykin 2-8, James Jones 1-50, D.J. Williams 1-8, Jermichael Finley 1-7, Jonathan Amosa 1-2.
ARIZONA - Jaron Brown 5-46 1 TD, Charles Hawkins 4-92, Larry Fitzgerald 2-21, Andre Roberts 1-38 1 TD, Robby Toma 1-28, Dan Buckner 1-19, Michael Floyd 1-18, Mickey Shuler 1-8
(ST. LOUIS) - Mason Crosby kicked three field goals as the Green Bay Packers took a 19-7 victory over the St. Louis Rams in preseason action on Saturday. Aaron Rodgers was a crisp 10-of-12 passing for 134 yards while B.J. Coleman had a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter for the Packers, who bounced back from a shutout loss to Arizona in their preseason opener. Sam Bradford was just 8-for-12 for 155 yards, while Austin Davis had a 79-yard touchdown pass to Nick Johnson in the fourth quarter for the Rams, who fell to 0-2 in the preseason. Green Bay's first drive paid off as the team moved 64 yards in eight plays and got a 34-yard field goal from Crosby for a 3-0 lead. The Packers added a pair of field goals in the second quarter, one a 48-yarder from Crosby and the other a 38-yarder from Giorgio Tavecchio with seconds left in the half for a 9-0 lead. Green Bay continued with the field goals in the third quarter as Crosby hit a 30-yarder on the teams first possession of the frame for a 12-0 advantage. In the fourth quarter, Andy Mulumba caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Coleman for a 19-0 lead, while Johnson and Davis hooked up on a 79-yard score late in the game to cap the scoring.
GREEN BAY -  3  6  3  7 - 19
ST. LOUIS -  0  0  0  0 -  7
                       GREEN BAY     ST. LOUIS
First downs                   20            15
Rushes-yards               26-76         22-52
Passing yards                281           275
Return yards                  42            34
Passing (Att-Comp-Int)   44-28-0       38-17-2
Punts-Average             6-44.8        6-47.2
Fumbles-Lost                 2-1           1-1
Penalties-Yards             8-53          9-52
Time of Possession         32:38         27:22
1st - GB - Mason Crosby, 34-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - Crosby, 48-yard field goal GREEN BAY 6-0
2nd - GB - Giorgio Tavecchio, 38-yard field goal GREEN BAY 9-0
3rd - GB - Crosby, 30-yard field goal GREEN BAY 12-0
4th - GB - Andy Mulumba, 9-yard pass from B.J. Coleman (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 19-0
4th - STL - Nick Johnson, 26-yard pass from Austin Davis (Brett Baer kick) GREEN BAY 19-7
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 8-40, Alex Green 5-15, Graham Harrell 2-11, Johnathan Franklin 3-9, Vince Young 1-7, James Starks 3-4, B.J. Coleman 2-(-2), Angelo Pease 2-(-8)
ST. LOUIS - Isaiah Pead 11-19, Benny Cumnningham 6-19, Sam Bradford 2-5, Andrew Helmick 1-5, Austin Davis 1-4, Chase Reynolds 1-0
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 12-10-134, Graham Harrell 10-5-44, Vince Young 9-5-26, B.J. Coleman 3-8-86 1 TD
ST. LOUIS - Sam Bradford 12-8-156, Kellen Clemens 11-2-27 2 INT, Austin Davis 15-7-114 1 TD
GREEN BAY - Myles White 5-48, Jermichael Finley 4-78, Brandon Bostick 3-29, Jarrett Boykin 2-33, D.J. Williams 2-17, Alex Gillett 2-13, James Jones 2-11, Tyrone Walker 1-15, Alex Green 1-14, Eddie Lacy 1-11, Andy Mulumba 1-9 1 TD, Omarius Hines 1-7, Angelo Pease 1-4, Jeremy Ross 1-1, Jake Stoneburner 1-0
ST. LOUIS - Tavon Austin 4-28, Nick Johnson 3-58 1 TD, Chris Givens 1-57, Jared Cook 1-37, Andrew Helmick 1-30, Daryl Richardson 1-24, Brian Quick 1-20, Cameron Graham 1-12, Emory Blake 1-11, Isaiah Pead 1-10, Mike McNeill 1-7, Benny Cunningham 1-3
(GREEN BAY) - Brady Quinn found Stephen Williams for a 42- yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter to propel the Seattle Seahawks to a 17-10 preseason win over the Green Bay Packers. After his first two drives ended in punts, Quinn completed three straight passes before finding the preseason standout Williams, who jumped over a Green Bay corner to reel in his third touchdown of the preseason. Williams caught two passes for 58 yards and a touchdown while the former Notre Dame quarterback went 5-for-8 for 89 yards and a score. Russell Wilson commanded the Seattle offense for the entire first half and into the second, completing 11-of-17 passes for 126 yards with two interceptions. Marshawn Lynch took just three carries for eight yards while rookie running back Christine Michael went for 97 yards and a score on 11 rushes. Doug Baldwin hauled in two passes for 36 yards. Aaron Rodgers lasted only a series, connecting on 4-of-7 throws for 41 yards before giving way to Graham Harrell, who put up an underwhelming 49 yards on 6-of-13 passing. The Packers have been kept out of the end zone on all five Rodgers-led drives during the preseason. Vince Young, battling for the backup quarterback job behind Rodgers, fared well, rushing three times for 39 yards and throwing for 41 yards and a touchdown on 6-of-7 passing. Wilson was nearly perfect on Seattle's opening drive, completing all five of his passes to five different receivers and scrambling for 13 yards on the first play from scrimmage. However a sack on 2nd-and-goal held the visitors to a disappointing three points on a 27-yard Steven Hauschka field goal. Mason Crosby knotted the score with a field goal of his own on Green Bay's first drive. Rodgers found tight end Jermichael Finley for 22 yards on second down from near midfield, but missed Finley in the end zone a few plays later, setting up the 38-yard kick. Towards the end of the half, Harrell threw what appeared to be a 4-yard touchdown strike to Finley on 4th-and-2, but a replay review confirmed the ball hit the carpet before Finley gained possession, resulting in a turnover on downs. The highlight of the night came early in the third quarter, when Michael burst through a hole and scored from 43 yards out. Rookie receiver Jermaine Kearse, who scored a pair of touchdowns a week ago, laid the key block downfield to spring Michael. Green Bay's lone touchdown drive came when Young was the architect of an 11- play, 80-yard march that resulted in a 1-yard touchdown dump off to fullback Jonathan Amosa. Key plays on the drive included a 21-yard Young scramble and a 16-yard pass to tight end Andrew Quarless. B.J. Coleman led the Packers inside the red zone late and found Jake Stoneburner, but a costly fumble at the Seattle 3-yard line ended the Packers' comeback hopes. 
SEATTLE   -  3  0  7  7 - 17
GREEN BAY -  3  0  7  0 - 10
(KANSAS CITY) - Tyler Bray threw for 169 yards and three touchdowns as the Kansas City Chiefs cruised to a 30-8 win over the Green Bay Packers in the preseason finale for both teams. Bray completed 14-of-25 passes and also threw an interception. Junior Hemingway caught seven passes for 80 yards and a touchdown and Josh Bellamy hauled in a pair of passes for 54 yards and a score for the Chiefs, who open the season with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sept. 8. Cyrus Gray carried the ball 13 times for 72 yards in the triumph. Kansas City finished the preseason 2-2. Vince Young was 14-for-30 passing for 144 yards, Jeremy Ross caught three passes for 50 yards and rookie Johnathan Franklin rushed for 23 yards on eight carries for the Packers, who will visit the San Francisco in Week 1. Green Bay closed out the preseason with a 1-3 mark. Mason Crosby split the uprights from 48 yards out on the Packers' opening drive, but Ryan Succop nailed a 37-yarder with just under four minutes left in the first to tie things up. Succop's 48-yard field goal with 8:56 to play in the second gave the Chiefs a 6-3 edge, but Crosby tied the game just over two minutes later from 45 yards out. Bray found Hemingway for an eight-yard touchdown in the closing seconds of the first half to send KC into the locker room with a 13-6 edge. Bray found Bellamy for a 43-yard touchdown pass with just over six minutes left in the third to make it 20-6. Bray was taken down in the end zone by Sam Barrington for a safety with just under two minutes left in the third, but it would be as close as the Packers would get the rest of the way. Succop drilled a 48-yarder early in the fourth and Bray capped the scoring with a nine-yard touchdown toss to Frankie Hammond.
GREEN BAY   -  3  3  2  0 -  8
KANSAS CITY -  3 10  7 10 - 30
                       GREEN BAY   KANSAS CITY
First downs                   13            16
Rushes-yards               24-61        24-112
Passing yards                157           150
Return yards                  12           139
Passing (Att-Comp-Int)   37-16-1       33-18-2
Punts-Average             9-45.2        5-49.8
Fumbles-Lost                 4-1           2-0
Penalties-Yards             7-46          7-56
Time of Possession         29:55         30:05
1st - GB - Crosby, 48-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - KC - Ryan Succop, 37-yard field goal TIED 3-3
2nd - KC - Succop, 48-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 6-3
2nd - GB - Crosby, 45-yard field goal TIED 6-6
2nd - KC - Junior Hemingway, 8-yard pass from Tyler Bray (Succop kick) KANSAS CITY 13-6
3rd - KC - Josh Bellamy, 43-yard pass from Bray (Succop kick) KANSAS CITY 20-6
3rd - GB - Safety, Bray sacked in the endzone by Sam Barrington KANSAS CITY 20-8
4th - KC - Succop, 48-yard field goal KANSAS CITY 23-8
4th - KC - Frankie Hammond, 9-yard pass from Bray (Succop kick) KANSAS CITY 30-8
GREEN BAY - Johnathan Franklin 8-23, James Starks 3-14, Vince Young 3-12, Alex Green 7-10, Eddie Lacy 2-1, Jonathan Amosa 1-1
KANSAS CITY - Cyrus Gray 13-72, Shaun Draughn 4-18, Tyler Bray 2-14, Chase Daniels 1-5, Knile Davis 4-3
GREEN BAY - Vince Young 30-14-144, B.J. Coleman 7-2-19 1 INT
KANSAS CITY - Tyler Bray 25-14-169 3 TD 1 INT, Chase Daniels 8-4-27 1 INT
GREEN BAY - Tyrone Walker 5-30, Jeremy Ross 3-50, Myles White 2-35, Johnathan Franklin 2-11, Ryan Taylor 1-24, Brandon Bostick 1-11, D.J. Williams 1-2, Alex Green 1-0
KANSAS CITY - Junior Hemingway 7-80 1 TD, Josh Bellamy 2-54 1 TD, A.J. Jenkins 2-14, Knile Davis 2-8, Cyrus Gray 2-7, Kevin Brock 1-13, Travis Kelce 1-11, Frankie Hammond 1-9 1 TD
                         SEATTLE     GREEN BAY
First downs                   17            15
Rushes-yards              27-166         23-75
Passing yards                196           126
Return yards                  34            15
Passing (Att-Comp-Int)   28-18-2       34-18-0
Punts-Average             5-43.0        5-55.6
Fumbles-Lost                 0-0           4-2
Penalties-Yards           14-182          8-69
Time of Possession         33:13         26:47
1st - SEA - Steven Hauschka, 27-yard field goal SEATTLE 3-0
1st - GB - Crosby, 38-yard field goal TIED 3-3
3rd - SEA - Christine Michael, 43-yard run (Hauschka kick) SEATTLE 10-3
3rd - GB - Jonathan Amosa, 1-yard pass from Vince Young (Crosby kick) TIED 10-10
4th - SEA - Stephen Williams, 42-yard pass from Brady Quinn (Hauschka kick) SEATTLE 17-10
GREEN BAY - Vince Young 3-39, Alex Green 2-31, Aaron Rodgers 1-4. John Kuhn 1-3, DuJuan Harris 3-2, Johnathan Franklin 4-1, Graham Harrell 1-0, Eddie Lacy 8-(-5)
SEATTLE - Chrisine Michael 11-97 1 TD, Robert Turbin 10-50, Russell Wilson 1-13, Marshawn Lynch 3-8, Taravris Jackson 2-(-2)
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 7-4-41, Graham Harrell 13-6-49, Vince Young 7-6-41 1 TD, B.J. Coleman 7-2-8
SEATTLE - Russell Wilson 17-11-126 2 INT, Brady Quinn 8-5-89 1 TD, Tarvaris Jackson 3-2-17
GREEN BAY - D.J. Williams 3-19, Jermichael Finley 2-28, Jarrett Boykin 2-22, James Jones 2-11, Alex Gillett 2-8, Andrew Quarless 1-16, DuJuan Harris 1-11, Jeremy Ross 1-8, Myles White 1-7, Kevin Dorsey 1-5, Jake Stoneburner 1-3, Jonathan Amosa 1-1 1 TD
SEATTLE - Robert Turbin 4-22, Stephen Williams 2-58 1 TD, Doug Baldwin 2-36, Luke Willson 2-21, Arceto Clark 2-16, Christine Michael 1-25, Marshawn Lynch 1-23, Sean McGrath 1-11, Jermaine Kearse 1-9, Chris Harper 1-7, Golden Tate 1-4
(SAN FRANCISCO) - Colin Kaepernick kicked off his first full season as San Francisco's starting signal-caller with a resounding win over the same team he torched in last year's NFC Divisional Playoffs. Kaepernick threw for 412 yards and three scores, while Frank Gore's go-ahead 1-yard touchdown late in the fourth helped the reigning NFC champion 49ers claim a 34-28 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday in the season- opener for both teams at Candlestick Park. Kaepernick completed 27-of-39 passes and became the first San Francisco quarterback to throw for 400- plus yards since Tim Rattay accomplished the feat on Nov. 10, 2004. Anquan Boldin, acquired from Baltimore for a sixth-round pick in the offseason, quickly asserted himself as Kaepernick's favorite target, hauling in 13 passes for 208 yards and a score. Vernon Davis added six catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns for the 49ers (1-0), who dropped a heartbreaking 34-31 decision to the Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII back in February. Aaron Rodgers finished 21-of-37 passing for 333 yards, three touchdowns and one interception, while Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb each caught seven passes for 100-plus yards and a score. Rookie running back Eddie Lacy rushed 14 times for 41 yards and a touchdown for the Packers (0-1), who won the NFC North for a second straight season last year before being bounced in the playoffs by Kaepernick and the 49ers. NOTES: San Francisco head coach Jim Harbaugh became the first coach in franchise history to win on opening day in each of his first three seasons ... Cobb finished with 108 receiving yards, while Nelson racked up a team-high 130 receiving yards ... Both teams registered 23 first downs ... San Francisco outgained Green Bay, 494-385. 
GREEN BAY     -  7  7  7  7 - 28
SAN FRANCISCO -  7  7  7 13 - 34
                       GREEN BAY SAN FRANCISCO
First downs                   23            23
Rush-yards-TDs           19-63-1       34-90-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 21-37-333-3-1 27-39-412-3-0
Sacked-yards                2-11           2-8
Net pass yards               322           404
Total yards                  385           494
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           0-0
Turnovers                      2             0
Penalties-yards             5-44         11-85
Time of Possession         21:25         38:35
1st - SF - Vernon Davis, 20-yard pass from Colin Kaepernick (Phil Dawson kick) SAN FRANCISCO 7-0
1st - GB - Randall Cobb, 5-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Mason Crosby kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - SF - Anquan Boldin, 10-yard pass from Kaepernick (Dawson kick) SAN FRANCISCO 14-7
2nd - GB - Jermichael Finley, 12-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) TIED 14-14
3rd - SF - Davis, 2-yard pass from Kaepernick (Dawson kick) SAN FRANCISCO 21-14
3rd - GB - Jordy Nelson, 8-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) TIED 21-21
4th - SF - Dawson, 27-yard field goal SAN FRANCISCO 24-21
4th - GB - Eddie Lacy, 2-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 28-24
4th - SF - Frank Gore, 1-yard run (Dawson kick) SAN FRANCISCO 31-28
4th - SF - Dawson, 33-yard field goal SAN FRANCISCO 34-28
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 14-41 1 TD, Aaron Rodgers 2-13, Randall Cobb 2-6, John Kuhn 1-3
SAN FRANCISCO - Frank Gore 21-44 1 TD, Kendall Hunter 6-24, Colin Kaepernick 7-22
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 37-21-333 3 TD 1 INT
SAN FRANCISCO - Colin Kaepernick 39-27-412 3 TD
GREEN BAY - Jordy Nelson 7-130 1 TD, Randall Cobb 7-108 1 TD, Jermichael Finley 5-56 1 TD, Eddie Lacy 1-31, James Starks 1-8
SAN FRANCISCO - Anquan Boldin 13-208 1 TD, Vernon Davis 6-98 2 TD, Kyle Williams 3-36, Bruce Miller 2-24, Frank Gore 2-21, Vance McDonald 1-25
The Packers' top draft choice, Eddie Lacy, made his NFL debut in the season opener, and had a less-than-spectacular performance, rushing for only 41 yards. He did score one rushing touchdown and caught one screen pass for 31 yards. Lacy also had one fumble.
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers tied a franchise record with 480 passing yards and threw for four touchdowns, leading the Green Bay Packers to a convincing 38-20 victory over the slumping Washington Redskins at Lambeau Field. Rodgers made good on 34-of-42 attempts and did not turn the ball over to tie former teammate Matt Flynn's club mark set in the 2011 regular-season finale. Green Bay (1-1) amassed 580 total yards as a team in bouncing back from last week's season-opening 34-28 loss in San Francisco. A few other Packers enjoyed career days in the rout, with James Jones totaling 178 yards on 11 receptions and James Starks, who replaced Eddie Lacy at tailback when the rookie went out with a concussion, churning out 132 rushing yards and a touchdown on 20 attempts. Randall Cobb added 128 yards and a touchdown on nine catches, while Jordy Nelson hauled in two of Rodgers' scoring strikes. Robert Griffin III put up three touchdown passes for Washington (0-2), though each came after the Redskins were faced with a 31-0 deficit midway through the third quarter. The reigning NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year finished with 320 yards on a 26-of-40 completion rate and was intercepted once. Pierre Garcon had 143 yards and a touchdown on eight grabs in the loss, which gave the Redskins their first 0-2 start since 2006, while Alfred Morris rushed for 107 yards on 13 carries. Rodgers piled up 335 of his yards during the first half as Green Bay took a commanding 24-0 lead into the intermission, with the Packers producing points on four of five drives out of the chute. NOTES: Starks recorded the first 100-yard rushing effort by a Packer in the regular season since Brandon Jackson had 115 against the Redskins on Oct. 10, 2010 ... Jones had nine catches and 152 yards by halftime, becoming the first Green Bay player to eclipse the century mark in receiving yards in the first half since he did so at Atlanta on Oct. 9, 2011 ... Cobb went over the 100- yard barrier for the fourth time in his last five regular-season tests dating back to last year ... Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather exited with a concussion early in the second quarter following a collision with Starks ... John Potter, signed by Washington on Saturday with regular kicker Kai Forbath out with a groin injury, missed a 50-yard field goal attempt in the second half ... Packers safety Morgan Burnett missed a second straight week with a hamstring injury. 
WASHINGTON    -  0  0  7 13 - 20
GREEN BAY     - 10 14 14  0 - 38
                      WASHINGTON     GREEN BAY
First downs                   18            28
Rush-yards-TDs          17-108-0      24-139-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 26-40-320-3-1 34-42-480-4-0
Sacked-yards                 1-6          4-39
Net pass yards               314           441
Total yards                  422           580
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           1-1
Turnovers                      1             1
Penalties-yards             7-78          4-40
Time of Possession         27:27         32:29
1st - GB - Mason Crosby, 28-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - GB - Randall Cobb, 35-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - GB - Jordy Nelson, 14-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 17-0
2nd - GB - Jermichael Finley, 3-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-0
3rd - GB - Nelson, 15-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 31-0
3rd - WASH - Pierre Garcon, 6-yard pass from Robert Griffin III (John Potter kick) GREEN BAY 31-7
3rd - GB - James Starks, 32-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 38-7
4th - WASH - Jordan Reed, 3-yard pass from Griffin III (Potter kick) GREEN BAY 38-14
4th - WASH - Santana Moss, 9-yard pass from Griffin III (Griffin III pass incomplete to Reed) GREEN BAY 38-20
GREEN BAY - James Starks 20-132 1 TD, Eddie Lacy 1-10, Aaron Rodgers 3-(-3)
WASHINGTON - Alfred Morris 13-107, Robert Griffin III 4-1
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 42-34-480 4 TD
WASHINGTON - Robert Griffin III 40-26-320 3 TD 1 INT
GREEN BAY - James Jones 11-178, Randall Cobb 9-128 1 TD, Jermichael Finley 6-65 1 TD, James Starks 4-36, Jordy Nelson 3-66 2 TD, Andrew Quarless 1-7
WASHINGTON - Pierre Garcon 8-143 1 TD, Santana Moss 3-41 1 TD, Leonard Hankerson 3-35, Jordan Reed 3-18 1 TD, Josh Morgan 2-39, Logan Paulsen 2-13, Alfred Morris 2-13, Aldrick Robinson 1-13, Fred Davis 1-3, Roy Helu Jr. 1-2
In Week Two, the Washington Redskins had no answer for Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers threw for a career-high 480 yards as Green Bay blew past Washington 38-20 at Lambeau Field. Rodgers' 480 yards matched Green Bay's franchise record, set by Matt Flynn in the Packers' 2011 regular-season finale. Before Sunday, the highest passing total of Rodgers' career was a 408-yard performance in a October 2011 win over Denver. Including the win over the Redskins, the 29-year-old quarterback has now thrown for over 400 yards three times in his career. Rodgers' other 400-yard game was a 404-yard, four-touchdown performance in a December 2010 win over the Giants. Running back James Starks finished with 132 yards, marking the first time the Packers have had a running back go over 100 yards since Oct. 10, 2010. The Packers also made some NFL history: The win marked the first time ever that a team had a quarterback throw for over 450 yards and a running back go for over 132 yards in the same game. It was also the first time Green Bay had a quarterback throw for more than 400 yards AND have a running back run for more than 100.
Date     Opponent    Result       Quarterback         Yards   Top Rusher (Yards)
12-21-69 St. Louis   W 45-28      Don Horn            410     Travis Williams (38)
10-12-80 Tampa Bay   T 14-14      Lynn Dickey         418     Eddie Lee Ivery (74)
12-5-93  Chicago     L 17-30      Brett Favre         402     Edgar Bennett (35)
1-10-10  Arizona *   L 45-51 (OT) Aaron Rodgers       422     Ryan Grant (64)
12-26-10 NY Giants   W 45-17      Aaron Rodgers       404     Brandon Jackson (39)
10-2-11  Denver      W 49-23      Aaron Rodgers       408     James Starks (63)
1-1-12   Detroit     W 45-41      Matt Flynn          480     Ryan Grant (48)
9-15-13  Washington  W 38-20      Aaron Rodgers       480     James Starks (132)
*- Playoff Game 
(CINCINNATI) - Terence Newman returned a fumble 58 yards for the go-ahead touchdown with 3:47 remaining and the Cincinnati defense came up with one more stop of Aaron Rodgers, as the Bengals rallied for a 34-30 win over the Green Bay Packers in a wild affair at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals stormed out to a 14-0 lead before four consecutive turnovers allowed the Packers to battle back. Green Bay eventually scored 30 straight points before Cincinnati came back with the last 20, including 13 in the fourth quarter to win it. Green Bay was clinging to a 30-27 lead with less than five minutes to play and appeared to pick up a first down on 3rd-and-12 at the Cincinnati 29. A successful Bengals challenge pushed the ball back just shy of the marker and the Packers elected to go for the first down. Rookie running back Johnathan Franklin, however, was stripped of the ball just as he reached the line of scrimmage. Reggie Nelson initially picked it up, but had it knocked away by Green Bay receiver Randall Cobb. Newman, though, was right there to scoop it up and he raced untouched to the end zone. Rodgers marched the Packers right into Cincinnati territory with a first down at the 25, but a 3rd-and-5 pass was knocked down at the line of scrimmage and his fourth-down attempt was also tipped at the line and fell incomplete with 1:21 remaining to seal the contest. Rodgers completed 26-of-43 passes for 244 yards with a pair of interceptions and a touchdown for the Packers, who will head to an early bye next week with losses in each of their two road games to start the season. Franklin was pushed into service when James Starks left with a knee injury and he responded with 103 yards on 13 carries. The one fumble, however, proved costly. Andy Dalton threw for 235 yards on 20-of-28 passing with two touchdowns and an interception for Cincinnati, which has won two straight at home after a season-opening loss at Chicago. NOTES: Rodgers was last intercepted more than once in a game on Oct. 24, 2010, ending an NFL-record string of 41 straight games without multiple picks ... Packers tight end Jermichael Finley suffered a concussion on Green Bay's first offensive series and sat out the remainder of the contest ... Matthews also suffered a hamstring injury and did not play in the second half ... Starks had 55 yards on 14 carries before leaving and the Packers racked up 182 yards on the ground...Cincinnati became the first team in NFL history to blow a 14-point lead and come back from a 16-point deficit in the same game...The last time a team won a game after giving up 30 straight points was Sept. 12, 1999, when Dallas rallied to beat Washington 41-35 in overtime after the Redskins scored 32 unanswered points. 
GREEN BAY  -  0 16 14  0 - 30
CINCINNATI - 14  0  7 13 - 34
                       GREEN BAY    CINCINNATI
First downs                   27            19
Rush-yards-TDs          30-182-1       24-82-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 26-43-244-1-2 20-28-235-2-1
Sacked-yards                4-27          4-20
Net pass yards               217           215
Total yards                  399           297
Fumbles-lost                 2-2           5-3
Turnovers                      4             4
Penalties-yards             4-55          5-43
Time of Possession         31:51         28:09
1st - CIN - Giovani Bernard, 3-yard run (Mike Nugent kick) CINCINNATI 7-0
1st - CIN - BenJarvus Green-Ellis, 2-yard run (Nugent kick) CINCINNATI 14-0
2nd - GB - Mason Crosby, 41-yard field goal CINCINNATI 14-3
2nd - GB - M.D. Jennings, 24-yard fumble return (Crosby kick) CINCINNATI 14-10
2nd - GB - Crosby, 19-yard field goal CINCINNATI 14-13
2nd - GB - Crosby, 26-yard field goal GREEN BAY 16-14
3rd - GB - Johnathan Franklin, 2-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 23-14
3rd - GB - James Jones, 7-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 30-14
3rd - CIN - A.J. Green, 20-yard pass from Andy Dalton (Nugent kick) GREEN BAY 30-21
4th - CIN - Marvin Jones, 11-yard pass from Dalton (Nugent extra point blocked) GREEN BAY 30-27
4th - CIN - Terence Newman, 58-yard fumble return (Nugent kick) CINCINNATI 34-30
GREEN BAY - Johnathan Franklin 13-103 1 TD, James Starks 14-55, Aaron Rodgers 3-24
CINCINNATI - Giovani Bernard 10-50 1 TD, BenJarvus Green-Ellis 10-29 1 TD, Andy Dalton 4-3
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 43-26-244 1 TD 2 INT
CINCINNATI - Andy Dalton 28-20-235 2 TD 1 INT
GREEN BAY - Jordy Nelson 8-93, Randall Cobb 5-54, James Jones 4-34 1 TD, Johnathan Franklin 3-23, Andrew Quarless 3-21, Ryan Taylor 2-11, Jeremy Ross 1-8
CINCINNATI - Mohamed Sanu 4-68, Giovani Bernard 4-49, A.J. Green 4-46 1 TD, Jermaine Gresham 4-27, Marvin Jones 3-38 1 TD, Tyler Eifert 1-7
In Week Three, the Packers dug themselves into a deep hole as Cincinnati scored two touchdowns within a 12-second span in the first quarter, aided by a fumble on a kickoff. Jeremy Ross fumbled the kickoff as he was hit by Cincinnati Bengals' Marvin Jones (82) after initially dropping the ball trying to receive the kick.
In Week Three, Johnathan Franklin was pushed into service when James Starks left with a knee injury and he responded with 103 yards on 13 carries. The one fumble, however, proved costly.
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers had one touchdown pass and Mason Crosby connected on five field goals as the Green Bay Packers took a 22-9 victory over the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field. Rodgers went 20-for-30 for 274 yards, including an 83-yard touchdown strike to James Jones for the Packers (2-2), who were coming off their bye week after dropping a game to Cincinnati. Jones finished the game with four catches for 127 yards, while Eddie Lacy had 23 carries for 99 yards for Green Bay, which ran its winning streak at home against the Lions to 23 straight games. Matthew Stafford was 25-for-40 for 262 yards and a touchdown for the Lions (3-2), who were coming off wins against Washington and Chicago. The Detroit offense sputtered much of the day thanks in large part to wide receiver Calvin Johnson sitting out the game with a knee injury. He had been listed as questionable on the team's injury report after sitting out practice both Wednesday and Thursday before participating in Friday's session on a limited basis. NOTES: Detroit's last win on the road against Green Bay came in 1991 ... The Packers have a nine-game winning streak at home ... It was the first game Johnson had missed since the final game of the 2010 season ... Green Bay totaled 449 yards, while Detroit had just 286 ... Green Bay plays at Baltimore next Sunday ... The Packers have won five straight and 15 of the last 16 against the Lions.
DETROIT   -  0  3  0  6 -  9
GREEN BAY -  3  3 10  6 - 22
                         DETROIT     GREEN BAY
First downs                   19            16
Rush-yards-TDs           19-64-0      33-180-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 25-40-262-1-0 20-30-274-1-0
Sacked-yards                5-40           1-5
Net pass yards               222           269
Total yards                  286           449
Fumbles-lost                 1-0           2-0
Turnovers                      0             0
Penalties-yards             7-50         10-72
Time of Possession         27:41         32:19
1st - GB - Mason Crosby, 26-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - Crosby, 52-yard field goal GREEN BAY 6-0
2nd - DET - David Akers, 53-yard field goal GREEN BAY 6-3
3rd - GB - Crosby, 31-yard field goal GREEN BAY 9-3
3rd - GB - James Jones, 83-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 16-3
4th - GB - Crosby, 42-yard field goal GREEN BAY 19-3
4th - GB- Crosby, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 22-3
4th - DET - Kris Durham, 13-yard pass from Matthew Stafford (Stafford pass incomplete to Durham) GB 22-9
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 23-99, Randall Cobb 2-72, Aaron Rodgers 5-8, Johnathan Franklin 3-1
DETROIT - Reggie Bush 13-44, Joique Bell 5-21, Matthew Stafford 1-(-1)
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 30-20-274 1 TD
DETROIT - Matthew Stafford 40-25-262 1 TD
GREEN BAY - Jermichael Finley 6-32, Jordy Nelson 5-82, James Jones 4-127 1 TD, Randall Cobb 4-35, Eddie Lacy 1-(-2)
DETROIT - Brandon Pettigrew 4-59, Tony Scheffler 4-55, Joique Bell 4-30, Reggie Bush 4-25, Kris Durham 3-30 1 TD, Ryan Broyles 2-27, Kevin Ogletree 2-20, Patrick Edwards 2-16
Clay Matthews had successful surgery on his broken thumb after he injured the thumb on the final play of the third quarter of the game against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field when he sacked quarterback Matthew Stafford.
The last time the Detroit Lions won on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field, it was Sunday, December 15, 1991, in 10 degree weather that felt like seven degrees below zero, and that afternoon the Lions collected their 11th win of the season. It's been a long time. In fact, the last time the Detroit Lions won 11 games in a season was the 1962 campaign, when the team posted an 11-3 record. On that glorious mid-December day for Detroit Lions fans, running back Barry Sanders contributed 85 yards rushing on 27 carries, and had a long run for the day of 26 yards. Barry was kept out of the end zone by the home team, but wide receiver Robert Clark (a 10th round pick that would today be an undrafted free agent) caught two touchdown passes from quarterback Erik Kramer, a 19-yard reception for a score in the first quarter, and a three-yard strike in the fourth. Enter Mel Gray, "Mister Excitement." Detroit Lions punt returner Mel Gray returned a Green Bay punt 78 yards for a touchdown, and it was this special teams score that proved to be the deciding margin in the Lions 21-17 road victory at Lambeau Field. It was the 1991 Detroit Lions team that achieved the greatest number of wins in a season in Lions lore with 12. That team featured Pro Bowlers by the name of Spielman, Blades, Ball, Brown, Gray, and Sanders. The Detroit Lions defense was respectable, finishing 11th in the NFL.
(BALTIMORE) - The Green Bay Packers overcame a slightly off day from Aaron Rodgers and the departures of several key players to deliver a 19-17 victory over the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Playing without top receiver Randall Cobb for all of the second half and fellow wideout James Jones for virtually the entire game, Rodgers completed a pedestrian 17-of-32 passes for 315 yards with one touchdown and an interception. Plenty of his teammates stepped up, however, to help Green Bay (3-2) record its second straight win following its bye week and deal the defending Super Bowl champion Ravens (3-3) only their fourth loss in their last 30 home games. Jordy Nelson caught a 64-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter and finished with 113 yards on four receptions, rookie Eddie Lacy rushed for a career-high 120 yards on 23 carries and Mason Crosby kicked four field goals in the triumph. NOTES: Cobb had four catches for 53 yards prior to exiting ... The Ravens mustered just 47 rushing yards, with Rice limited to 34 on 14 attempts ... Jacoby Jones had two grabs for 42 yards in his first game back from a knee sprain that sidelined him the last four weeks ... Baltimore had been 10-0 at M&T Bank Stadium against NFC opponents under Harbaugh and had an overall 13-game home win streak in interconference games snapped ... Offensive tackle Eugene Monroe made his first start with the Ravens since being acquired from Jacksonville on Oct. 1 ... Baltimore outside linebacker Terrell Suggs recorded 10 tackles and now has 728 as a Raven, according to team stats, second behind only Ray Lewis for the most in team history ... Green Bay has won four of the five all-time matchups in the series, but was handed a 48-3 loss in its only previous visit to M&T Bank Stadium back in 2005.
GREEN BAY -  3  3 10  3 - 19
BALTIMORE -  0  0  3 14 - 17
                       GREEN BAY     BALTIMORE
First downs                   15            15
Rush-yards-TDs          30-140-0       22-47-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 17-32-315-1-1 20-34-342-2-0
Sacked-yards                3-17          5-29
Net pass yards               298           313
Total yards                  438           360
Fumbles-lost                 3-1           3-1
Turnovers                      2             1
Penalties-yards             8-55          6-40
Time of Possession         31:22         28:38
1st - GB - Mason Crosby, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - Crosby, 31-yard field goal GREEN BAY 6-0
2nd - GB - Crosby, 50-yard field goal GREEN BAY 9-0
3rd - BALT - Justin Tucker, 23-yard field goal GREEN BAY 9-3
3rd - GB - Jordy Nelson, 64-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 16-3
4th - BALT - Jacoby Jones, 11-yard pass from Joe Flacco (Tucker kick) GREEN BAY 16-10
4th - GB - Crosby, 31-yard field goal GREEN BAY 19-10
4th - BALT - Dallas Clark, 18-yard pass from Flacco (Tucker kick) GREEN BAY 19-17
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 23-120, Aaron Rodgers 5-21, John Kuhn 1-2, Johnathan Franklin 1-(-3)
BALTIMORE - Ray Rice 14-34, Bernard Pierce 6-9, Joe Flacco 1-6, Marlon Brown 1-(-2)
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 32-17-315 1 TD 1 INT
BALTIMORE - Joe Flacco 34-20-342 2 TD
GREEN BAY - Jordy Nelson 4-113 1 TD, Randall Cobb 4-53, Jermichael Finley 3-75, John Kuhn 2-9, Jarrett Boykon 1-43, James Jones 1-10, Johnathan Franklin 1-7, Eddie Lacy 1-5
BALTIMORE - Tandon Doss 4-99, Dallas Clark 4-81 1 TD, Marlon Brown 3-71, Ray Rice 3-15, Jacoby Jones 2-42 1 TD, Bernard Pierce 2-22, Tony Smith 1-12, Billy Bajema 1-0
​The Packers lost receivers Randall Cobb and James Jones to leg injuries in the first half at Baltimore. Jones appeared to hurt his left knee on a pass play in the first quarter. He limped off the field and the Packers called it a "leg injury". Cobb, the team's best breakaway threat at the position, was injured when he was struck in the right leg on a tackle by safety Matt Elam near the end of the half.
(GREEN BAY) - Aaron Rodgers refused to let a diminished receiving corps hamper his performance, as the Green Bay quarterback threw for 260 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Packers to a 31-13 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday at Lambeau Field. After losing star receivers Randall Cobb and James Jones to injuries in last week's win, Rodgers was forced to rely heavily on second-year wideout Jarrett Boykin, who entered the tilt with just six career catches for 70 yards. Boykin rose to the occasion, racking up a game-high eight receptions for 103 yards and a score, while Rodgers finished an efficient 25-of-36 passing for the Packers (4-2), who notched their 10th consecutive home victory. Jordy Nelson and Jermichael Finley each added a touchdown grab, while Eddie Lacy rushed for 82 yards and a score on 22 carries in the win. Brandon Weeden struggled under center for Cleveland (3-4), completing just 17-of-42 passes for 149 yards and a touchdown with one interception. Jordan Cameron caught Weeden's lone touchdown pass and finished with seven catches for 55 yards for the Browns, who have lost two straight. NOTES: Green Bay wide receiver Myles White made his NFL debut and finished with one catch for nine yards ... Finley finished with five catches for 72 yards while Nelson added five grabs for 42 yards ... Willis McGahee led Cleveland's rushing attack with 39 yards ... Cobb suffered a broken fibula while Jones injured his left knee ... Cleveland finished 7-of-18 on third downs.
CLEVELAND -  0  3  3  7 - 13
GREEN BAY - 14  3  0 14 - 31
                       CLEVELAND     GREEN BAY
First downs                   17            26
Rush-yards-TDs           23-83-0      29-104-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 17-42-149-1-1 25-36-260-3-0
Sacked-yards                3-16           1-7
Net pass yards               133           253
Total yards                  216           357
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           1-0
Turnovers                      1             0
Penalties-yards           12-106         10-97
Time of Possession         26:40         33:20
1st - GB - Jermichael Finley, 10-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Mason Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Eddie Lacy, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - CLE - Billy Cundiff, 46-yard field goal GREEN BAY 14-3
2nd- GB - Crosby, 26-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-3
3rd - CLE - Cundiff, 44-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-6
4th - GB - Jordy Nelson, 1-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-6
4th - CLE - Jordan Cameron, 2-yard pass from Brandon Weeden (Cundiff kick) GREEN BAY 24-13
4th - GB - Jarrett Boykin, 20-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 31-13
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 22-82 1 TD, Aaron Rodgers 4-12, Johnathan Franklin 2-6, John Kuhn 1-4
CLEVELAND - Willis McGahee 11-39, Brandon Weeden 2-20, Chris Ogbonnaya 4-15, Fozzy Whittaker 5-11, MarQueis Gray 1-(-2)
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 36-25-260 3 TD
CLEVELAND - Brandon Weeden 42-17-149 1 TD 1 INT
GREEN BAY - Jarrett Boykin 8-103 1 TD, Jermichael Finley 5-72 1 TD, Jordy Nelson 5-42 1 TD, Eddie Lacy 5-26, Miles White 1-9, John Kuhn 1-8
CLEVELAND - Jordan Cameron 7-55 1 TD, Greg Little 4-49, Josh Gordon 2-21, Fozzy Whitaker 2-13, Davone Bess 2-11
The injuries keep mounting for the Packers. Tight end Jermichael Finley suffered a bruised spinal cord in his neck against Cleveland but continued to have encouraging signs after undergoing further tests at a local area hospital. Nevertheless, his evaluation will be an extensive process, according to league sources, with his return indefinite. Finley will seek further medical opinions after he is discharged and a source said his short-term and long-term prospects for playing again will not be hastened with the team's blessing and support, the sources said. One source said Finley's return to the field is "obviously secondary" to his overall health.
(MINNESOTA) - Aaron Rodgers and his seldom-used receivers are making it work. Rodgers threw for 285 yards and two touchdowns in the Green Bay Packers' 44-31 victory over the Minnesota Vikings Rodgers, who was a perfect 10-of-10 for 172 yards and his pair of scores on third down, finished 24-of-29 for the Packers (5-2), who have won four straight games. Green Bay was 13-of-18 on third down overall and tallied points on each possession before taking a knee on its final series. Jordy Nelson, the only mainstay among the receiving corps, caught seven passes for 123 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while Eddie Lacy carried the ball 29 times for 94 yards and a score in the triumph. Adrian Peterson ran for 60 yards and a score on 13 carries, while also adding three receptions for 23 yards for Minnesota (1-6), which has dropped three in a row. The Vikings defeated the Packers 37-34 last December to make the postseason, but lost to Green Bay in the wild-card encounter a week later. Peterson rushed for 409 yards in his two regular-season outings versus Green Bay last year and added another 99 yards on 22 carries in their wild-card tilt. Christian Ponder struggled in his return to the lineup, completing 14-of-21 passes for 145 yards. Ponder got the starting nod after the newly-acquired Josh Freeman suffered a concussion during Monday's 23-7 loss to the New York Giants. Cordarrelle Patterson set an NFL record with a 109-yard return on the opening kickoff in defeat. NOTES: Green Bay outgained Minnesota, 464-243 ... The Vikings were 2-of-8 on third down ... Starks ran for 57 yards on seven carries ... Green Bay won the time of possession battle, 40:54-19:06.
GREEN BAY -  7 17  7 13 - 44
MINNESOTA -  7 10  0 14 - 31
                       GREEN BAY     MINNESOTA
First downs                   26            15
Rush-yards-TDs          42-182-2      19-111-3
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 24-29-285-2-0 14-21-145-0-0
Sacked-yards                 2-3          3-13
Net pass yards               282           132
Total yards                  464           243
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           0-0
Turnovers                      0             0
Penalties-yards            6-120          7-46
Time of Possession         40:54         19:06
1st - MINN - Cordarrelle Patterson, 109-yard kickoff return (Blair Walsh kick) MINNESOTA 7-0
1st - GB - Jordy Nelson, 11-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Mason Crosby kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - GB - Crosby, 30-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-7
2nd - MINN - Walsh, 36-yard field goal TIED 10-10
2nd - GB - Nelson, 76-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 17-10
2nd - GB - Micah Hyde, 93-yard punt return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 24-10
2nd - MINN - Adrian Peterson, 8-yard run (Walsh kick) GREEN BAY 24-17
3rd - GB - Eddie Lacy, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 31-17
4th - GB - James Starks, 25-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 38-17
4th - GB - Crosby, 20-yard field goal GREEN BAY 41-17
4th - MINN - Toby Gerhart, 13-yard run (Walsh kick) GREEN BAY 41-24
4th - GB - Crosby, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 44-24
4th - MINN - Christian Ponder, 19-yard run (Walsh kick) GREEN BAY 44-31
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 29-94 1 TD, James Starks 7-57 1 TD, Aaron Rodgers 6-31
MINNESOTA - Adrian Peterson 13-60 1 TD, Christian Ponder 5-38 1 TD, Toby Gerhart 1-13 1 TD
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 29-24-285 2 TD
MINNESOTA - Christian Ponder 21-14-145
GREEN BAY - Jordy Nelson 7-123 2 TD, Jarrett Boykin 5-89, Miles White 5-35, Eddie Lacy 4-18, Andrew Quarless 2-13, John Kuhn 1-7
MINNESOTA - Kyle Rudolph 4-51, Adrian Peterson 3-23, Cordarrelle Patterson 2-26, Toby Gerhart 2-15, Jerome Simpson 1-18, Greg Jennings 1-8, John Carlson 1-3
Minnesota Vikings rookie Cordarrelle Patterson returned the opening kickoff 109 yards for a touchdown against the Green Bay Packers on October 27th – the longest kick return in NFL history. The old record was 108 yards, set by the Packers' Randall Cobb on Sept. 8, 2011, and twice equaled by the Baltimore Ravens' Jacoby Jones, who did it on Oct. 14, 2012, and again in the Super Bowl 3½ months later. Patterson fielded the kickoff in front of the goal post and was touched only once, by Micah Hyde around the 25-yard line, before breaking to the left sideline. It was Patterson's second kick return for a touchdown this season. He also had a 105-yarder at Chicago on Sept. 15. The only other 109-yard return in NFL history also came at the Metrodome, which will be torn down in February. Antonio Cromartie, then with the San Diego Chargers, returned a missed field goal 109 yards for a touchdown against the Vikings on Nov. 4, 2007.
(GREEN BAY) - The NFL's oldest rivalry wound up being a battle between backup quarterbacks Monday night. Chicago's Jay Cutler expectedly missed the contest due to a torn muscle in his groin and Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers went down with an injury to his non-throwing shoulder on the game's first possession. Rodgers suffered a small fracture in his left collarbone. That left Josh McCown and Seneca Wallace at the controls, and the former threw for 272 yards and two touchdowns in leading the Bears to a 27-20 victory over the Packers, effectively ending their long drought at Lambeau Field. McCown had a bye week to prepare for this key NFC North clash and performed mistake-free while hitting both Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery for TDs. Matt Forte totaled 179 yards from scrimmage, including 125 on 24 carries, and ran for a touchdown for the Bears, who won in Green Bay for the first time since Oct. 7, 2007 and created a three-way tie atop the division. Wallace, in his first meaningful action in two years, was limited to 114 yards and an interception on 11-of-19 passing for the already injury-ridden Packers. Eddie Lacy ran for 150 yards and a touchdown on 22 touches in the loss, the first at home for Green Bay since last year's season opener against San Francisco. NOTES: This was the 185th regular season meeting between the teams, with the Bears holding a 92-87-6 advantage ... The Packers had won five straight against Chicago ... McCown was making his first start since the finale of the 2011 season ... The Packers had won 10 in a row at home against division foes dating back to a Nov. 1, 2009 loss against the Vikings.
CHICAGO   -  7 10  7  3 - 27
GREEN BAY - 10  0 10  0 - 20
                         CHICAGO     GREEN BAY
First downs                   25            17
Rush-yards-TDs          33-171-1      29-199-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 22-41-272-2-0 12-21-141-0-1
Sacked-yards                 1-1          5-28
Net pass yards               271           113
Total yards                  442           312
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           2-0
Turnovers                      0             1
Penalties-yards             4-45           0-0
Time of Possession         33:09         26:51
1st - GB - Mason Crosby, 30-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - CHI - Brandon Marshall, 23-yard pass from Josh McCown (Robbie Gould kick) CHICAGO 7-3
1st - GB - James Starks, 32-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
2nd - CHI - Matt Forte, 1-yard run (Gould kick) CHICAGO 14-10
2nd - CHI - Gould, 24-yard field goal CHICAGO 17-10
3rd - GB - Eddie Lacy, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) TIED 17-17
3rd - GB - Crosby, 23-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-17
3rd - CHI - Alshon Jeffery, 6-yard pass from McCown (Gould kick) CHICAGO 24-20
4th - CHI - Gould, 27-yard field goal CHICAGO 27-20
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 22-150 1 TD, James Starks 6-40 1 TD, Aaron Rodgers 1-9
CHICAGO - Matt Forte 24-125 1 TD, Michael Bush 7-25, Josh McCown 1-20, Alshon Jeffery 1-1
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 2-1-27, Seneca Wallace 19-11-114 1 INT
CHICAGO - Josh McCown 41-22-272 2 TD
GREEN BAY - Andrew Quarless 5-34, Jordy Nelson 4-67, James Jones 1-17, Jarrett Boykin 1-15, Miles White 1-8
CHICAGO - Brandon Marshall 7-107 1 TD, Alshon Jeffery 5-60 1 TD, Matt Forte 5-54, Martellus Bennett 4-36, Michael Bush 1-15
Playing without their finest player and leader, Aaron Rodgers, after the first series, the Packers allowed backup quarterback Josh McCown to dissect them Monday night in a 27-20 upset loss to the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. Rodgers suffered an injury to his left shoulder, a fractured clavicle, on a sack by defensive end Shea McClellin 2½ minutes into the 187th meeting between the ancient rivals. That sent veteran backup Seneca Wallace, 33, onto the field for his first action since joining the team Sept. 2. It also put the onus on the defense, the running game and the special teams to win the game.
Seneca Wallace made Packers history against Philadelphia, becoming the first black quarterback to start a game for the franchise. Unfortunately, he was knocked out of the game, and former Badger Scott Tolzien became the third Packer quarterback of the season.
NOTE: The first black quarterback in Packer history? Charlie “Choo Choo” Brackins played in 1955 for Green Bay. Drafted in the 16th round of the 1955 draft by the Packers out of Prairie View A&M, where he was a four-year starter and led his team to 33 victories in 37 games. He was a big tall passer at 6'-2" and 205 lbs. Brackins became the fourth black quarterback to play in an NFL game. He played in the closing minutes for the Green Bay Packers in a blowout game against the Cleveland Browns on October 23,1955. Green Bay won the game 41-10 and Brackins had two incompletions. His career only lasted seven games and the Packers placed him on waivers after he had broken curfew before a game in Chicago and other unnamed problems. After the “violations,” Brackins never got a chance to return to the NFL. He had tryouts, mostly as a defensive back, but never caught on again and injured his knee before leaving the game. He died of cancer in 1990 at the age of 58. The only other black quarterback to throw a pass in an official game - Willie Gillus (who completed 2 of 5 passes for 28 yards in a strike replacement game against Philadelphia on November 18th 1987. Green Bay won 16-10)
(GREEN BAY) - Nick Foles threw for 228 yards with three touchdowns and Riley Cooper caught three passes for 102 yards with two scores, as the Philadelphia Eagles dispatched the Green Bay Packers, 27-13, at Lambeau Field. Green Bay began life without Aaron Rodgers, who is sidelined with a broken collarbone suffered in Monday's loss to Chicago, and also lost Seneca Wallace to a groin injury on Sunday after one series. Scott Tolzien, signed to the active roster from the practice squad just this week, threw a pair of interceptions and finished 24-of-39 for 280 yards with a touchdown in the loss. Foles connected with Cooper for touchdown passes of 45 and 32 yards in the third quarter, which gave the Eagles breathing room and extended their 10-3 halftime lead. Philadelphia scored on its first three possessions of the second half and kept the ball for the final 9:32 of the game after the Packers turned it over on downs deep in Eagles territory early in the fourth quarter. Green Bay has lost two straight following a four-game winning streak and fell one game behind Detroit for the lead in the NFC North. The Lions beat the Bears on Sunday, 21-19. NOTES: Green Bay has now lost two straight at Lambeau Field following a 10-game home winning streak ... Foles has thrown for 16 TDs this season and committed his first turnover of 2013 with the fumble in the fourth quarter. He has yet to throw an interception ... Philadelphia averages 28 points when Foles starts ... Green Bay was held under 20 points for just the second time this season. They are 1-1 in those contests.
PHILADELPHIA  -  7  3 17  0 - 27
GREEN BAY     -  0  3  7  3 - 13
                    PHILADELPHIA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   19            23
Rush-yards-TDs          37-204-0       30-99-0
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 12-18-228-3-0 29-44-305-1-2
Sacked-yards                3-17           1-8
Net pass yards               211           297
Total yards                  415           396
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           1-0
Turnovers                      1             2
Penalties-yards             5-65          5-31
Time of Possession         25:36         34:24
1st - PHIL - DeSean Jackson, 55-yard pass from Nick Foles (Alex Henery kick) PHILADELPHIA 7-0
2nd - PHIL - Henery, 25-yard field goal PHILADELPHIA 10-0
2nd - GB - Mason Crosby, 26-yard field goal PHILADELPHIA 10-3
3rd - PHIL - Riley Cooper, 45-yard pass from Foles (Henery kick) PHILADELPHIA 17-3
3rd - PHIL - Henery, 41-yard field goal PHILADELPHIA 20-3
3rd - GB - Brandon Bostick, 22-yard pass from Scott Tolzien (Crosby kick) PHILADELPHIA 20-10
3rd - PHIL - Cooper, 32-yard pass from Foles (Henery kick) PHILADELPHIA 27-10
4th - GB - Crosby, 35-yard field goal PHILADELPHIA 27-13
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 24-73, Scott Tolzien 1-19, James Starks 4-5, John Kuhn 1-2
PHILADELPHIA - LeSean McCoy 25-155, Nick Foles 8-38, Bryce Brown 4-11
GREEN BAY - Seneca Wallace 5-5-25, Scott Tolzien 39-24-280 1 TD 2 INT
PHILADELPHIA - Nick Foles 18-12-228 3 TD
GREEN BAY - Jarrett Boykin 8-112, Jordy Nelson 6-56, James Jones 4-44, Brandon Bostick 3-42 1 TD, Eddie Lacy 2-11, John Kuhn 2-10, Miles White 1-9, James Starks 1-9, Andrew Quarless 1-8, Ryan Taylor 1-4
PHILADELPHIA - DeSean Jackson 4-80 1 TD, Riley Cooper 3-102 2 TD, Jason Avant 2-25, James Casey 1-8, Brent Celek 1-7, LeSean McCoy 1-6
(NEW YORK) - The Green Bay Packers continue to find life without Aaron Rodgers to be extremely challenging. Scott Tolzien threw three interceptions in place of the injured former league MVP, one of which was returned 24 yards by Jason Pierre-Paul for a momentum- changing touchdown in the fourth quarter that helped the New York Giants to a 27-13 victory over the free-falling Packers at MetLife Stadium. Tolzien did do some good things in his first NFL start, throwing for 339 yards on 24-of-34 efficiency and leading a long touchdown drive early in the fourth quarter that brought the Packers within 20-13. His next series ended in disaster, however, with Pierre-Paul making an athletic leaping grab of the young quarterback's attempt in the flat and racing untouched to the end zone with 10:49 left to play. Green Bay has now dropped three straight since Rodgers exited the team's Week 9 loss to Chicago early with a fractured left collarbone. Conversely, New York has now reeled off four consecutive wins since a dreadful 0-6 start. Pierre-Paul's touchdown highlighted a strong defensive effort that limited the Packers to 55 rushing yards, while Victor Cruz paced the offense with an eight-catch, 110-yard performance. NOTES: Lacy's touchdown was only the second allowed by the Giants' defense during the team's four-game win streak...Crosby's 57-yard kick was the second-longest field goal in Packers history, surpassed only by his 58-yarder at Minnesota on Oct. 23, 2011...New York has now won the last three meetings in the series, following up a 37-20 victory at Lambeau Field in the 2011 NFC Playoffs with last season's 38-10 triumph at home.
GREEN BAY     -  0  6  0  7 - 13
NY GIANTS     -  7  3 10  7 - 27
                       GREEN BAY     NY GIANTS
First downs                   16            19
Rush-yards-TDs           20-55-1       24-78-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 24-34-339-0-3 25-35-279-1-1
Sacked-yards                 0-0          4-23
Net pass yards               339           256
Total yards                  394           334
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           0-0
Turnovers                      3             1
Penalties-yards             5-38          3-30
Time of Possession         24:46         35:14
1st - NYG - Rueben Randle, 26-yard pass from Eli Manning (Josh Brown kick) NY GIANTS 7-0
2nd - NYG - Brown, 40-yard field goaol NY GIANTS 10-0
2nd - GB - Crosby, 24-yard field goal NY GIANTS 10-3
2nd - GB - Crosby, 57-yard field goal NY GIANTS 10-6
3rd - NYG - Brown, 28-yard field goal NY GIANTS 13-6
3rd - NYG - Brandon Jacobs, 1-yard run (Brown kick) NY GIANTS 20-6
4th - GB - Eddie Lacy, 4-yard run (Crosby kick) NY GIANTS 20-13
4th - NYG - Jason Pierre-Paul, 24-yard interception return (Brown kick) NY GIANTS 27-13
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 14-27 1 TD, John Kuhn 1-12, Scott Tolzien 2-11, M.D. Jennings 1-6, James Starks 2-(-1)
NY GIANTS - Andre Brown 18-66, Brandon Jacobs 5-9 1 TD, Eli Manning 1-3
GREEN BAY - Scott Tolzien 34-24-339 3 INT
NY GIANTS - Eli Manning 35-25-279 1 TD 1 INT
GREEN BAY - Jordy Nelson 8-117, Jarrett Boykin 6-91, John Kuhn 3-11, James Jones 2-55, Eddie Lacy 2-21, Andrew Quarless 2-18, Brandon Bostick 1-26
NY GIANTS - Victor Cruz 8-110, Hakeem Nicks 4-50, Rueben Randle 3-37 1 TD, Brandon Myers 3-32, Andre Brown 3-27, Jerrel Jernigan 2-21, John Connor 2-2
Scott Tolzien became the third Packer starting quarterback of the season when he faced the Giants on November 17th. Despite losing 27-13, the former Badger set a franchise record with the most yards passing in the first two games as a Packer (619).
Opponent                     ATT COMP  YDS  TD INT RESULT
John Hadl (1974)
11-3-74 (vs Washington)       15    9   99   0   1 Lost 17-6
*11-10-74 (vs Chicago)        20    9  119   0   1 Won 20-3
TOTAL                         35   18  218   0   2 (1-1)
Lynn Dickey (1976)
*9-12-76 (vs San Francisco)   36   14  149   0   0 Lost 26-14
*9-19-76 (at St. Louis)       26   10  104   0   3 Lost 29-0
TOTAL                         62   24  253   0   3 (0-2)
Randy Wright (1984)
9-9-84 (at LA Raiders)        24   10   67   1   2 Lost 28-7
9-23-84 (at Dallas)           18    6   52   0   3 Lost 20-6
TOTAL                         42   16  119   1   5 (0-2)
Don Majkowski (1987)
9-13-87 (vs LA Raiders)        7    2   15   0   0 Lost 20-0
*9-20-87 (vs Denver)          21   10  121   1   0 Tied 17-17
TOTAL                         28   12  136   1   0 (0-1-1)
Brett Favre (1992)
9-13-92 (at Tampa Bay)        14    8   73   0   1 Lost 31-3
9-20-92 (vs Cincinnati)       39   22  289   2   0 Won 24-23
TOTAL                         53   30  362   2   0 (1-1)
Aaron Rodgers (2005)
10-9-05 (vs New Orleans)       1    1    0   0   0 Won 52-3
12-19-05 (at Baltimore)       15    8   65   0   1 Lost 48-3
TOTAL                         16    9   65   0   1 (1-1)
Scott Tolzien (2013)
10-10-13 (vs Eagles)          39   24  280   1   2 Lost 13-27
*10-17-13 (at NY Giants)      34   24  339   0   3 Lost 13-27
TOTAL                         73   48  619   1   5 (0-2)
The Green Bay Packers turned to quarterback Matt Flynn midway through the third quarter of their 26-26 tie with the Minnesota Vikings. Flynn entered the game with 8:22 left in the third quarter and the Packers trailing 20-7 after coach Mike McCarthy pulled Scott Tolzien, who had started the last two games. "We were looking for a spark. That's directly what the communication was," McCarthy said. "We thought we had some opportunities early. We have a history with Matt. Did I think he was necessarily ready as far as the amount of reps and everything getting ready? That was not available to him since he's been here, but he went out and played football and did a lot of good things today." McCarthy would not commit to Flynn as his starter for Thursday's game against the rival Detroit Lions. "I don't have [an answer] for you," said McCarthy, who acknowledged he has "no idea" whether injured star Aaron Rodgers will return for the Thanksgiving matchup against Detroit. Flynn passed for 218 yards to help the Packers storm back from a 16-point deficit, but the teams could only muster field goals in overtime.
PREVIOUS PACKER TIES SINCE 1974 (When regular season overtime was instituted)
November 26th 1978 - GREEN BAY (7-5-1) 10, Minnesota (7-5-1) 10
October 12th 1980 - Green Bay (2-3-1) 14, TAMPA BAY (2-3-1) 14
December 19th 1982 - Green Bay (4-2-1) 20, BALTIMORE (0-6-1) 20
September 20th 1987 - GREEN BAY (0-1-1) 17, Denver (1-0-1) 17 (at Milwaukee)
November 24th 2013 - GREEN BAY (5-5-1) 26, Minnesota (2-8-1) 26
(GREEN BAY) - The Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings played to a 26-26 tie at Lambeau Field. Trailing 23-7 early in the fourth quarter, the Packers scored 16 unanswered points with Matt Flynn under center to send the game into overtime. Mason Crosby and Blair Walsh each made field goals for their respective teams in the extra session, but neither team got much going on offense after that. It was the first tie in the NFL since Nov. 11, 2012, when the 49ers and Rams played to a 24-24 deadlock. For the Vikings, it was their first tie since 1978 against the Packers. Green Bay played to a tie for the first time since 1987 versus the Broncos. Flynn replaced Scott Tolzien early in the third quarter and completed 21-of-36 passes for 218 yards and a touchdown for the Packers, who had lost three in a row. Tolzien completed 7-of-17 passes for 98 yards and added a 6- yard rushing touchdown before being benched. Eddie Lacy carried the ball 25 times for 110 yards and a touchdown for Green Bay. He also caught six passes for 48 yards. Christian Ponder connected on 21-of-30 passes for 233 yards and a touchdown for the Vikings, who were coming off a 41-20 loss at Seattle last week. Adrian Peterson carried the ball 32 times for 146 yards and a score. NOTES: Tolzien made his second straight start for the Packers, who haven't won since Aaron Rodgers fractured his collarbone against the Chicago Bears on Nov. 4...Green Bay cornerback Sam Shields missed the game...Vikings wide receiver Joe Webb (concussion) and cornerback A.J. Jefferson (neck) left the game...Peterson played in his 100th NFL game Sunday. His 9,846 yards rushing is third most in a player's first 100 games (Eric Dickerson, Jim Brown are 1-2).
MINNESOTA -  3 10  7  3  3 - 26
GREEN BAY -  7  0  0 16  3 - 26
                       MINNESOTA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   28            30
Rush-yards-TDs          43-232-1      34-196-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 21-30-233-1-0 28-53-316-1-0
Sacked-yards                6-18          2-18
Net pass yards               215           298
Total yards                  447           494
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           0-0
Turnovers                      1             0
Penalties-yards             5-53          7-50
Time of Possession         40:33         34:27
1st - GB - Scott Tolzien, 6-yard run (Mason Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - MINN - Blair Walsh, 36-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - MINN - Walsh, 47-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-6
2nd - MINN - Adrian Peterson, 1-yard run (Walsh kick) MINNESOTA 13-7
3rd - MINN - Rhett Ellison, 12-yard pass from Christian Ponder (Walsh kick) MINNESOTA 20-7
4th - MINN - Walsh, 29-yard field goal MINNESOTA 23-7
4th - GB - Eddie Lacy, 3-yard run (Matt Flynn pass incomplete to Andrew Quarless) MINNESOTA 23-13
4th - GB - Jarrett Boykin, 6-yard pass from Matt Flynn (Crosby kick) MINNESOTA 23-20
4th - GB - Crosby, 27-yard field goal TIED 23-23
OT - GB - Crosby, 20-yard field goal GREEN BAY 26-23
OT - MINN - Walsh, 35-yard field goal TIED 26-26
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 25-110 1 TD, James Starks 3-37, Scott Tolzien 2-25 1 TD, Matt Flynn 4-24
MINNESOTA - Adrian Peterson 32-146 1 TD, Toby Gerhart 8-91, Christian Ponder 3-(-5)
GREEN BAY - Scott Tolzien 17-7-98, Matt Flynn 36-21-218 1 TD
MINNESOTA - Christian Ponder 30-21-233 1 TD
GREEN BAY - James Jones 7-80, Eddie Lacy 6-48, Jarett Boykin 5-60 1 TD, Jordy Nelson 4-58, John Kuhn 2-29, Andrew Quarless 2-22, Brandon Bostick 1-24, James Starks 1-(-5)
MINNESOTA - Cordarelle Patterson 8-54, John Carlson 3-36, Jerome Simpson 2-54, Greg Jennings 2-29, Rhett Ellison 2-26 1 TD, Chase Ford 1-20, Jerome Felton 1-7, Toby Gerhart 1-5, Adrian Peterson 1-2
(DETROIT) - The Detroit Lions used a stifling defense to overcome four turnovers and post a win on Thanksgiving for the first time in 10 years, a 40-10 victory over the Green Bay Packers in an NFC North battle. In addition to posting seven sacks, a safety, an interception and two fumble recoveries, the Lions limited the Packers to just 123 total yards and no offensive touchdowns, as the only time Green Bay found the end zone was on a fumble recovery that was taken in for a score. It was the first time Detroit posted a win in its annual Thanksgiving game since 2003, when the team beat a Brett Favre-led Packers, 22-14. The Lions prevailed despite Matthew Stafford continuing his recent troubles with turning over the ball. Last week against Tampa Bay, the quarterback threw four interceptions and was picked off twice in this game, in addition to losing a fumble that led to the Packers' touchdown. However, Stafford did wind up throwing for 330 yards and three scores on 22-of-35 passing, with Calvin Johnson catching six balls for 101 yards and a score for Detroit, which now sits atop the NFC North with a half-game lead on Chicago, which plays in Minnesota on Sunday. Reggie Bush totaled 182 yards from scrimmage. He finished with 20 carries for 117 yards and five catches for 65 yards to help his team break a two- game skid. Green Bay, on the other hand, has continued to struggle without Aaron Rodgers, as the team was coming off a tie to Minnesota that was preceded by three straight losses. Matt Flynn, the third quarterback to start under center since Rodgers' injury, was ineffective all day, as was the rest of the offense. Flynn went just 10-for-20 for 139 yards with an interception and two lost fumbles, while Eddie Lacy was held to just 16 yards on 10 carries. NOTES: The Lions totaled 561 yards and controlled the ball for nearly 40 1/2 minutes...Green Bay's 43 yards in the first half was its fewest since Nov. 6, 2000 against Minnesota ... It was Stafford's first win against Green Bay in seven tries...Detroit defensive end Ziggy Ansah had two sacks, and leads all rookies with seven on the season...Nine different receivers caught the ball for Detroit. 
GREEN BAY -  0 10  0  0 - 10
DETROIT   -  0 17  9 14 - 40
                       GREEN BAY       DETROIT
First downs                    7            30
Rush-yards-TDs           15-24-0      43-241-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 10-20-139-0-1 22-35-330-3-2
Sacked-yards                7-37          1-10
Net pass yards               102           320
Total yards                  126           561
Fumbles-lost                 2-2           2-2
Turnovers                      3             4
Penalties-yards             3-25          5-50
Time of Possession         19:34         40:26
2nd - DET - David Akers, 27-yard field goal DETROIT 3-0
2nd - GB - Mason Crosby, 54-yard field goal TIED 3-3
2nd - GB - Morgan Burnett, 1-yard fumble return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 10-3
2nd - DET - Jeremy Ross, 5-yard pass from Matthew Stafford (Akers kick) TIED 10-10
2nd - DET - Reggie Bush, 1-yard run (Akers kick) DETROIT 17-10
3rd - DET - Calvin Johnson, 20-yard pass from Stafford (Akers kick) DETROIT 24-10
3rd - DET - Safety, Matt Flynn sacked in the end zone by Ndamukong Suh DETROIT 26-10
4th - DET - Joique Bell, 1-yard run (Akers kick) DETROIT 33-10
4th - DET - Kevin Ogletree, 20-yard pass from Stafford (Akers kick) DETROIT 40-10
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 10-16, Matt Flynn 2-4, James Starks 2-2, John Kuhn 1-2
DETROIT - Reggie Bush 20-117 1 TD, Joique Bell 19-94 1 TD, Jeremy Ross 1-24, Matthew Stafford 1-8, Shaun Hill 2-(-2)
GREEN BAY - Matt Flynn 20-10-139 1 INT
DETROIT - Matthew Stafford 35-22-330 3 TD 2 INT
GREEN BAY - James Jones 3-79, Eddie Lacy 2-23, Jordy Nelson 2-14, Ryan Taylor 1-8, John Kuhn 1-8, Andrew Quarless 1-7
DETROIT - Calvin Johnson 6-101 1 TD, Reggie Busg 5-65, Kris Durham 3-68, Joique Bell 3-34, Dorin Dickerson 1-26, Kevin Ogletree 1-20 1 TD, Brandon Pettigrew 1-6, Jeremy Ross 1-5 1 TD, Theo Riddick 1-5
Ndamukong Suh lays Matt Flynn down for a safety in Detroit's first win on Thanksgiving since 2003 (Photo Credit: G. Smith/Detroit Lions)
On December 8th at home, the Packers rallied against Atlanta and QB Matt Ryan in the snow and cold to keep their playoff hopes alive.
(GREEN BAY) - Matt Flynn threw for 258 yards and a touchdown in a solid substitute start, helping the Green Bay Packers to an elusive first win since Aaron Rodgers' injury with a 22-21 edging of the Atlanta Falcons at Lambeau Field. Flynn shook off an interception that was returned 71 yards for a touchdown by the Falcons' Sean Weatherspoon near the end of the first half to rally the Packers for 12 unanswered points, the last six coming on his 2-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Quarless with 12:01 remaining. He made good on 24-of-32 attempts in a critical victory for Green Bay, which entered Sunday's play 1 1/2 games behind Detroit for first place in the NFC North. The Packers also entered the matchup with four losses and a tie over their previous five outings, a stretch that began when Rodgers fractured his left collarbone in an eventual 27-20 setback to Chicago on Nov. 4. Quarless finished with 66 yards on six catches, while Eddie Lacy added 65 rushing yards and a touchdown on 20 carries. Matt Ryan put up 206 yards and a pair of touchdowns on a 20-of-35 completion rate for Atlanta, but was intercepted once and lost a fumble during a scoreless second half. Roddy White caught eight Ryan passes for 74 yards, with Steven Jackson recording 71 yards on 15 rushes in the loss. NOTES: The victory was the Packers' 13th straight at Lambeau Field in regular-season games played after Dec. 1, the longest current home streak in the NFL....The Falcons were visiting Lambeau for the first time since Week 5 of the 2008 season, a 27-24 Atlanta win...Atlanta safety Thomas DeCoud sustained a head injury while colliding with Lacy on the latter's TD run and did not return.
ATLANTA   -  0 21  0  0 - 21
GREEN BAY -  7  3  6  6 - 22
                         ATLANTA     GREEN BAY
First downs                   18            20
Rush-yards-TDs           23-83-0      33-112-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 20-35-206-2-1 24-32-258-1-1
Sacked-yards                 1-4          5-36
Net pass yards               202           222
Total yards                  285           334
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           1-1
Turnovers                      2             2
Penalties-yards             3-15          2-10
Time of Possession         26:28         33:32
1st - GB - Eddie Lacy, 1-yard run (Mason Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - ATL - Drew Davis, 36-yard pass from Matt Ryan (Matt Bryant kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - ATL - Tony Gonzalez, 2-yard pass from Matt Ryan (Bryant kick) ATLANTA 14-7
2nd - GB - Crosby, 40-yard field goal ATLANTA 14-10
2nd - ATL - Sean Weatherspoon, 71-yard interception return (Bryant kick) ATLANTA 21-10
3rd - GB - Crosby, 33-yard field goal ATLANTA 21-13
3rd - GB - Crosby, 25-yard field goal ATLANTA 21-16
4th- GB - Andrew Quarless, 2-yard pass from Matt Flynn (Flynn pass incomplete) GREEN BAY 22-21
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 20-65 1 TD, Matt Flynn 6-28, James Starks 7-19
ATLANTA - Steven Jackson 15-71, Jacquizz Rodgers 7-14, Jason Snelling 1-(-2)
GREEN BAY - Matt Flynn 32-24-258 1 TD 1 INT
ATLANTA - Matt Ryan 35-20-206 2 TD 1 INT
GREEN BAY - Andrew Quarless 6-66 1 TD, Jordy Nelson 4-85, James Jones 4-19, Eddie Lacy 3-25, Brian Bostick 2-28, Jarrett Boykin 2-23, Ryan Taylor 2-7, Miles White 1-5
ATLANTA - Roddy White 8-74, Jacquizz Rodgers 3-33, Tony Gonzalez 3-25 1 TD, Harry Douglas 2-20, Drew Davis 1-36 1 TD, Steven Jackson 1-9, Patrick DiMarco 1-7, Jason Snelling 1-2
Eddie Lacy scores the game-winning touchdown in Dallas to cap the largest comeback for the Packers in 31 years.
Most Points Overcome to Win Game:
23 vs. L.A. Rams, Sept. 12, 1982 (35-23, down 23-0)
23 at Dallas, Dec. 15, 2013 (37-36, down 26-3)
21 vs. New Orleans, Sept. 17, 1989 (35-34, down 21-0)
18 at Detroit, Oct. 17, 1965 (31-21, down 21-3)
17 at Washington, Nov. 30, 1941 (22-17, down 17-0)
at Detroit, Oct. 16, 1972 (24-23, down 17-0)
(DALLAS) - Eddie Lacy's 1-yard touchdown run with 1:31 to play completed an epic Green Bay comeback as the Packers got past the Dallas Cowboys, 37-36. Trailing by 23 points to start the second half, Green Bay scored touchdowns on its first five possessions of the final 30 minutes, while Tony Romo had another meltdown in the fourth quarter. The rally matched the biggest comeback in Green Bay history, as the 1982 team clawed its way from a 23-point hole to defeat the Los Angeles Rams. With the victory, Green Bay has managed to stay alive in the chase for the NFC North crown thanks to consecutive wins despite signal-caller Aaron Rodgers still on the sideline as he recovers from a fractured collarbone. The Packers sit in third place in the NFC North, behind Chicago (8-6) and Detroit (7-6). Detroit hosts the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night. Matt Flynn, Rodgers' replacement under center, threw for 299 yards and four touchdowns with an interception on 26-of-39 passing, with Lacy finishing the game with 141 yards on 21 carries and a score while adding four catches for 30 yards. Dallas, meanwhile, stays a game back of Philadelphia for first place in the NFC East, as the Eagles lost to the Vikings on Sunday. Romo looked strong for much of the game and went 29-for-48 for 358 yards and two touchdowns overall, but his final two possessions ended in interceptions. The first one led to Lacy's go-ahead score and his second sealed the victory for Green Bay. DeMarco Murray had another strong game for Dallas, carrying the ball 18 times for 134 yards and a score along with four catches for 19 yards.
GREEN BAY -  3  0 14 20 - 37
DALLAS    - 13 13  3  7 - 36
                       GREEN BAY        DALLAS
First downs                   26            27
Rush-yards-TDs          27-150-1      18-134-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 26-39-299-4-1 29-48-358-2-2
Sacked-yards                2-16          3-26
Net pass yards               283           332
Total yards                  433           466
Fumbles-lost                 0-0           0-0
Turnovers                      1             2
Penalties-yards             7-59          7-79
Time of Possession         28:20         31:40
1st - DAL - Dan Bailey, 47-yard field goal DALLAS 3-0
1st - GB - Mason Crosby, 57-yard field goal TIED 3-3
1st - DAL - Bailey, 23-yard field goal DALLAS 6-3
1st - DAL - Jason Witten, 25-yard pass from Tony Romo (Bailey kick) DALLAS 13-3
2nd - DAL - Bailey, 43-yard field goal DALLAS 16-3
2nd - DAL - Bailey, 50-yard field goal DALLAS 19-3
2nd - DAL - DeMarco Murray, 1-yard run (Bailey kick) DALLAS 26-3
3rd - GB - Jordy Nelson, 13-yard pass from Matt Flynn (Crosby kick) DALLAS 26-10
3rd - DAL - Bailey, 50-yard field goal DALLAS 29-10
3rd - GB - Andrew Quarless, 3-yard pass from Flynn (Crosby kick) DALLAS 29-17
4th - GB - James Starks, 11-yard pass from Flynn (Crosby kick) DALLAS 29-24
4th - DAL - Dez Bryant, 5-yard pass from Romo (Bailey kick) DALLAS 36-24
4th - GB - James Jones, 3-yard pass from Flynn (Crosby kick) DALLAS 36-31
4th- GB - Eddie Lacy, 1-yard run (Flynn pass incomplete) GREEN BAY 37-31
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 21-141 1 TD, James Starks 3-12, Matt Flynn 3-(-3)
DALLAS - DeMarco Murray 18-134 1 TD
GREEN BAY - Matt Flynn 39-26-299 4 TD 1 INT
DALLAS - Tony Romo 48-29-358 2 TD 2 INT
GREEN BAY - Jarrett Boykin 6-83, Andrew Quarless 6-66 1 TD, Jordy Nelson 5-61, Eddie Lacy 4-30, James Jones 3-49 1 TD, James Starks 1-11 1 TD, John Kuhn 1-(-1)
DALLAS - Dez Bryant 11-153 1 TD, Jason Witten 4-71 1 TD, Terrance Williams 4-46, DeMarco Murray 4-19, Cole Beasley 3-19, Miles Austin 2-35, Gavin Escobar 1-15
Clay Matthews holds his hand in pain after sacking Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger. Matthews missed four games earlier this season with a thumb injury that he reagravated during the loss to the Steelers, ending his season.
(GREEN BAY) - Le'Veon Bell scored the go-ahead touchdown with 1:25 remaining and the Pittsburgh Steelers survived a last-second throw into the end zone to beat the Green Bay Packers 38-31 in wild game Sunday at snowy Lambeau Field. Bell's 1-yard run came after safety Troy Polamalu forced a fumble from Packers quarterback Matt Flynn, and before Micah Hyde's 70-yard kickoff return gave Green Bay, which was out timeouts, a chance to tie it at the end. Flynn completed passes of seven yards to Jordy Nelson and 19 yards to Andrew Quarless before James Starks' 4-yard run took the Packers to the 1-yard line. But lineman Don Barclay was called for a false start, pushing them back five yards and running 10 seconds off the clock. Flynn's pass on the final play went off Jarrett Boykin's fingertips. Ben Roethlisberger passed for 167 yards, two touchdowns and an interception and also ran for a score for the Steelers, who won for the fifth time in seven games to keep their slim playoff chances alive. Bell rushed for 124 yards but had a fumble that led to a Green Bay touchdown after a bizarre series of events that included a blocked Packers field goal attempt, an illegal batted ball and a forbidden challenge by the Steelers. Antonio Brown had six catches for 105 yards in the win and Cortez Allen scored on a 40-yard interception return. Flynn threw for 232 yards with a touchdown pass to Boykin and Eddie Lacy had 15 carries for 84 yards and two scores for the Packers.
PITTSBURGH -  7  3 21  7 - 38
GREEN BAY  -  7  7  7 10 - 31
                      PITTSBURGH     GREEN BAY
First downs                   21            26
Rush-yards-TDs          29-151-2      30-151-3
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 17-29-197-2-1 21-39-232-1-1
Sacked-yards                 1-5          3-13
Net pass yards               192           219
Total yards                  343           370
Fumbles-lost                 2-1           1-1
Turnovers                      2             2
Penalties-yards             7-58          9-90
Time of Possession         26:40         33:20
1st - GB - Jarrett Boykin, 5-yard pass from Matt Flynn (Mason Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - PITT - Emmanuel Sanders, 1-yard pass from Ben Roethlisberger (Shaun Suisham kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - GB - Eddie Lacy, 14-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
2nd - PITT - Suisham, 31-yard field goal GREEN BAY 14-10
3rd - PITT - Roethlisberger, 13-yard run (Suisham kick) PITTSBURGH 17-14
3rd - GB - Lacy, 2-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 21-17
3rd - PITT - Matt Spaeth, 11-yard pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) PITTSBURGH 24-21
3rd - PITT - Cortez Allen, 40-yard interception return (Suisham kick) PITTSBURGH 31-21
4th - GB - Crosby, 22-yard field goal PITTSBURGH 31-24
4th - GB - John Kuhn, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) TIED 31-31
4th - PITT - Leveon Bell, 1-yard run (Suisham kick) PITTSBURGH 38-31
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 15-84 2 TD, James Starks 10-47, John Kuhn 3-12 1 TD, Matt Flynn 2-8
PITTSBURGH - Leveon Bell 26-124 1 TD, Ben Roethlisberger 1-13 1 TD, Felix Jones 1-7, Jonathan Dwyer 1-7
GREEN BAY - Matt Flynn 39-21-232 1 TD 1 INT
PITTSBURGH - Ben Roethlisberger 28-16-167 2 TD 1 INT, Mat McBriar 1-1-30
GREEN BAY - James Jones 9-84, Jarrett Boykin 5-54 1 TD, Jordy Nelson 3-46, Eddie Lacy 2-6, James Starks 1-23, Andrew Quarless 1-19
PITTSBURGH - Antonio Brown 6-105, Heath Miller 3-17, Emmanuel Sanders 2-7 1 TD, David Paulson 1-30, Matt Spaeth 1-11 1 TD, Jerricho Cotchery 1-9, Jonathan Dwyer 1-7, Will Johnson 1-6, Leveon Bell 1-5

(CHICAGO) - Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb both returned from injuries Sunday with Green Bay's division hopes on the line and both came through. Rodgers found a wide open Cobb on 4th-and-8 for a 48-yard score with just 38 seconds left to help the Packers with the NFC North with a 33-28 victory over the Chicago Bears. Green Bay has the fourth seed in the upcoming NFC playoffs and will host the San Francisco 49ers in the wild card round of the playoffs next week. Rodgers had been out since a Nov. 4 game against these Bears due to a fractured left collarbone. He returned to practice this week and finished the game 25-for-39 for 318 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions for the Packers. Chicago, meanwhile, dropped its final two games of the year with its playoff hopes in its own hands. The team has now missed the playoffs three straight seasons.
GREEN BAY  -  0 13  7 13 - 33
CHICAGO    -  7  0 14  7 - 28
                       GREEN BAY       CHICAGO
First downs                   25            17
Rush-yards-TDs          34-160-1      24-121-2
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 25-39-318-2-2 15-24-226-2-1
Sacked-yards                 3-5           1-2
Net pass yards               313           224
Total yards                  473           345
Fumbles-lost                 2-0           2-1
Turnovers                      2             2
Penalties-yards             1-15          5-40
Time of Possession         35:09         24:51
1st - CHI - Matt Forte, 4-yard pass from Jay Cutler (Robbie Gould kick) CHICAGO 7-0
2nd - GB - Mason Crosby, 33-yard field goal CHICAGO 7-3
2nd - GB - Jarrett Boykin, 15-yard fumble return (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
2nd - GB - Crosby, 27-yard field goal GREEN BAY 13-7
3rd - CHI - Forte, 5-yard run (Gould kick) CHICAGO 14-13
3rd - GB - Randall Cobb, 7-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 20-14
3rd - CHI - Forte, 1-yard run (Gould kick) CHICAGO 21-20
4th - CHI - Brandon Marshall, 5-yard pass from Cutler (Gould kick) CHICAGO 28-20
4th - GB - Eddie Lacy, 6-yard run (Crosby kick) CHICAGO 28-27
4th - GB - Cobb, 48-yard pass from Rodgers (Rodgers pass deflected) GREEN BAY 33-28
GREEN BAY - James Starks 11-88, Eddie Lacy 21-66 1 TD, Aaron Rodgers 1-5, John Kuhn 1-1
CHICAGO - Matt Forte 22-110 2 TD, Michael Bush 2-11
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 39-25-318 2 TD 2 INT
CHICAGO - Jay Cutler 24-15-226 2 TD 1 INT
GREEN BAY - Jordy Nelson 10-161, James Jones 6-41, Randall Cobb 2-55 2 TD, Andrew Quarless 2-31, Eddie Lacy 2-15, Jarrett Boykin 2-8, James Starks 1-7
CHICAGO - Brandon Marshall 6-74 1 TD, Matt Forte 4-47 1 TD, Alshon Jeffery 3-80, Martellus Bennett 1-15, Marquess Wilson 1-10
(GREEN BAY) - For the second straight postseason, San Francisco is responsible for sending Green Bay packing. Phil Dawson drilled a 33-yard field goal as time expired to lift the defending conference champion 49ers to a 23-20 victory over the Packers in the Wild Card Round of the NFC playoffs from the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field. Mason Crosby connected on a game-tying 24-yard field goal with just over five minutes to play, but Colin Kaepernick utilized his arm and his legs to move San Francisco down the field. The dual-threat quarterback converted a 3rd-and-10 from his own 31 with a 17- yard strike to Michael Crabtree before scurrying 11 yards to the Green Bay 27 on 3rd-and-8 with just over a minute remaining. Frank Gore then carried the ball on the next three plays, including a 3-yard plunge on 3rd-and-3 that gave San Francisco a fresh set of downs at the 17. Following another Gore run, the 49ers let the clock run down before calling a timeout with two seconds left to set the stage for Dawson's game-winning kick. Kaepernick completed 16-of-30 passes for 227 yards and one touchdown with an interception while rushing for 98 yards on seven carries for the red-hot 49ers, who will carry their seven-game win streak into Carolina for Sunday's Divisional Playoff round matchup with the Panthers. Gore rushed for 66 yards and a score on 20 carries, while Crabtree led all receivers with eight catches for 125 yards in the win, San Francisco's first in three postseason trips to Lambeau Field. Aaron Rodgers returned from a seven-game absence to lead Green Bay to a Week 17 win over Chicago that secured the NFC North crown for the Packers, but the Green Bay quarterback was unable to get revenge for last year's Divisional Playoff round loss to the 49ers despite a solid effort. Rodgers finished 17-of-26 passing for 177 yards and a touchdown, while fullback John Kuhn added a 1-yard TD run in the setback. Kuhn's short touchdown run capped a 12-play, 80-yard march that gave Green Bay a 17-13 lead just under three minutes into the fourth quarter. Kaepernick countered with a quick 4-play scoring sequence, as he scrambled for 24 yards on 3rd-and-4 from his own 43 before following a defensive holding penalty with a strike down the middle to Vernon Davis, who hauled in the 28- yard score between two defenders in the front of the end zone for a 20-17 San Francisco lead with 10:31 to play. Kuhn kept Green Bay's ensuing sequence moving with a 8-yard grab on 3rd-and-5 from midfield before Rodgers found Randall Cobb down the left side for a 25- yard pickup to the Green Bay 9. However, Rodgers was flushed out of the pocket and taken down for a short gain on 3rd-and-goal from the 8, setting up Crosby's game-tying field goal. Early on, San Francisco's stout defense caused problems for the Packers, who went three-and-out on their first three touches of the tilt. Kaepernick moved the 49ers inside the Green Bay 10 on each of the team's first two marches, but San Francisco failed to find the end zone on either occasion, with Dawson connecting on field goals of 22 and 25 yards, respectively, to give the visitors a 6-0 lead after the first quarter. Kaepernick again had his squad in Green Bay territory on the team's third possession, but on 2nd-and-7 from the 29, Tramon Williams picked off a pass and returned it 17 yards to the 30-yard line. The Packers picked up their initial first down of the game on the ensuing series, as Rodgers found Kuhn for eight yards on 3rd-and-4. Eddie Lacy then converted four straight 2nd-and-shorts with a series of bruising runs, including a 4-yard surge on 2nd-and-2 that gave Green Bay a 1st-and-goal from the 9-yard line. Two plays later, Rodgers rolled right and hit Jordy Nelson in the end zone for a 5-yard score and a 7-6 Green Bay lead with 5:50 left in the half. San Francisco quickly answered, as Kaepernick scampered 42 yards to the Green Bay 13 on the third play of the team's ensuing series before Gore surged in from 10 yards out two plays later to make it 13-7 San Francisco with 2:48 left in the half. Crosby connected on a 34-yard field goal in the closing seconds of the half to trim the margin to 13-10 heading into halftime. NOTES: Crosby has collected 74 career points in the postseason, setting a Green Bay franchise record ... Kuhn recorded his fifth straight playoff game with a touchdown to tie the franchise record held by Dorsey Levens ... San Francisco lost in the playoffs at Lambeau Field in 1997 and 2002 ... San Francisco cornerback Carlos Rogers (hamstring) was inactive, snapping his string of 53 straight starts ... Nelson led Green Bay's receiving corps with seven catches for 62 yards ... Lacy rushed for 81 yards on 21 carries.
SAN FRANCISCO -  6  7  0 10 - 23
GREEN BAY     -  0 10  0 10 - 20
                   SAN FRANCISCO     GREEN BAY
First downs                   22            18
Rush-yards-TDs          30-167-1      31-124-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 16-30-227-1-1 17-26-177-1-0
Sacked-yards                3-13          4-20
Net pass yards               214           157
Total yards                  381           281
Fumbles-lost                 1-0           2-1
Turnovers                      1             0
Penalties-yards             2-10          3-20
Time of Possession         29:06         30:54
1st - SF - Phil Dawson, 22-yard field goal SAN FRANCISCO 3-0
1st - SF - Dawson, 25-yard field goal SAN FRANCISCO 6-0
2nd - GB - Jordy Nelson, 5-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers (Mason Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 7-6
2nd - SF - Frank Gore, 10-yard run (Dawson kick) SAN FRANCISCO 13-7
2nd - GB - Crosby, 34-yard field goal SAN FRANCISCO 13-10
4th - GB - John Kuhn, 1-yard run (Crosby kick) GREEN BAY 17-13
4th - SF - Vernon Davis, 28-yard pass from Colin Kaepernick (Dawson kick) SAN FRANCISCO 20-17
4th - GB - Crosby, 24-yard field goal TIED 20-20
4th - SF - Dawson, 33-yard field goal SAN FRANCISCO 23-20
GREEN BAY - Eddie Lacy 21-81, James Starks 5-29, Aaron Rodgers 2-11, John Kuhn 2-2 1 TD, Randall Cobb 1-1
SAN FRANCISCO - Colin Kaepernick 7-98, Frank Gore 20-66 1 TD, Kendall Hunter 2-4, Quinton Patton 1-(-1)
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers 26-17-177 1 TD
SAN FRANCISCO - Colin Kaepernick 30-16-227 1 TD 1 INT
GREEN BAY - Jordy Nelson 7-62 1 TD, Randall Cobb 2-51, James Jones 2-20, John Kuhn 2-16, Eddie Lacy 2-7, James Starks 1-13, Andrew Quarless 1-8
SAN FRANCISCO - Michael Crabtree 8-125, Anquan Boldin 3-38, Vernon Davis 2-37, Frank Gore 1-11, Anthony Dixon 1-10, Garrett Celek 1-6
It was five degrees at kickoff of the Packers-49ers game, with a wind chill of -10. It was the 14th coldest game in NFL history, according to National Weather Service data.
San Francisco 49ers players celebrates after Phil Dawson (9) kicks the game winning field goal.