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The 2020 Green Bay Packers - 13-3 (1ST-NFC North Division)

Head Coach: Matt LeFleur

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2020 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (0-0)

                                                                                                                                                               OFF     DEF

AUGUST (0-0)                             RESULT     RECORD    ATT RSH PSS RSH PSS STARTING QB         LEADING RUSHER          LEADING PASSER         LEADING RECEIVER

​15 ARIZONA CARDINALS                     Cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic

22 CLEVELAND BROWNS                      Cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic

29 at New York Giants                    Cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic

SEPTEMEBER (0-0)

3  Kansas City Chiefs                    Cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic

2020 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS

SEPTEMBER (3-0)

13 at Minnesota Vikings (0-0)            W 43-34    1- 0-0      0 158 364 134 248 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (66)        Aaron Rodgers (364)    Davante Adams (14-156)

20 DETROIT LIONS (0-1)                   W 42-21    2- 0-0      0 259 229  89 218 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (168)       Aaron Rodgers (240)    Aaron Jones (4-68)

27 at New Orleans Saints (1-1)           W 37-30    3- 0-0    748  98 271 122 275 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (69)        Aaron Rodgers (283)    Allen Lazard (6-146)

OCTOBER (2-1)

5  ATLANTA FALCONS (0-3)                 W 30-16    4- 0-0      0  88 315  78 249 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (71)        Aaron Rodgers (327)    Jamaal Williams (8-95)

11 Bye Week

18 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-2)         L 10-38    4- 1-0 15,540  94 107 166 324 Aaron Rodgers       Jamaal Williams (34)    Aaron Rodgers (160)    Davante Adams (6-61)

25 at Houston Texans (1-5)               W 35-10    5- 1-0 12,618  96 283  79 186 Aaron Rodgers       Jamaal Williams (77)    Aaron Rodgers (283)    Davante Adams (13-196)

NOVEMBER (3-2)

1  MINNESOTA VIKINGS (1-5)               L 22-28    5- 2-0      0 109 291 173 151 Aaron Rodgers       Jamaal Williams (75)    Aaron Rodgers (291)    Davante Adams (7-53)

5  at San Francisco 49ers (4-4)          W 34-17    6- 2-0      0 111 294  55 282 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (58)        Aaron Rodgers (305)    Davante Adams (10-173)

15 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (1-7)            W 24-20    7- 2-0      0  80 315 109 151 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (46)        Aaron Rodgers (325)    Davante Adams (8-66)

22 at Indianapolis Colts (6-3)           L 31-34 *  7- 3-0 12,495  66 301 140 280 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (41)        Aaron Rodgers (311)    Davante Adams (7-106)

29 CHICAGO BEARS (5-5)                   W 41-25    8- 3-0      0 182 211 121 229 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (90)        Aaron Rodgers (211)    Davante Adams (6-61)

DECEMBER (4-0)

6  PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (3-7-1)           W 30-16    9- 3-0      0 149 288 117 278 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (130)       Aaron Rodgers (295)    Davante Adams (10-121)

13 at Detroit Lions (5-7)                W 31-24   10- 3-0      0 120 290  51 242 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (69)        Aaron Rodgers (290)    Davante Adams (7-115)

19 CAROLINA PANTHERS (4-9)               W 24-16   11- 3-0      0 195  96 115 249 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (145)       Aaron Rodgers (143)    Davante Adams (7-42)

27 TENNESSEE TITANS                      W 40-14   12- 3-0      0 234 214 156 104 Aaron Rodgers       A.J. Dillon (124)       Aaron Rodgers (231)    Davante Adams (11-142)
JANUARY 2021 (1-0)
3  at Chicago Bears (7-8)                W 35-16   13- 3-0      0  79 237 108 248 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (42)        Aaron Rodgers (240)    Davante Adams (6-46)

2020 POST-SEASON RESULTS (1-1)

JANUARY 2021 - NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF

​16 LOS ANGELES RAMS (11-6)               W 32-18            7,439 188 296 188 296 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (99)        Aaron Rodgers (296)    Davante Adams (9-66)

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP

24 TAMPA BAY BUCCANNEERS (13-5)          L 26-31            7,772  67 314  76 275 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (27)        Aaron Rodgers (346)    Davante Adams (9-67)

* - Overtime

2020 IN REVIEW

The 2020 season was unlike any seen by the sports world. A global health pandemic known as COVID-19 dramatically changed how team sports operated. The normal in-person NFL offseason was switched to a virtual program for the spring. Teams would first report to their facilities for in-person practice and meetings in late July for training camp, and all preseason games were canceled. For training camp and most of the regular season, practices and games took place in front of empty stands. The Packers would adapt and find a way, opening the regular season with four consecutive wins and scoring 30-plus points in each contest to tie the second-longest streak in team history (seven games in 1963). Green Bay would match the four games with 30-plus points later in the season (Weeks 11-14) to mark the first time in franchise history that the Packers had two separate streaks of four straight games with 30-plus points in a season. Green Bay’s first adversity came over the next three games, with the Packers falling at Tampa Bay and at home against Minnesota with a win at Houston in between. The Packers recorded back-to-back wins over San Francisco and Jacksonville before an overtime loss at Indianapolis. That would be the final regular-season defeat for Green Bay, as it reeled off six straight wins to finish the season, marking only the second time in team history (1996-97) that the Packers had ended the regular season on a winning streak of five-plus games in back-to-back years (five in 2019). Green Bay finished with the same record as in 2019, 13-3, marking just the second time in team history that the Packers won 13-plus games in back-to-back seasons (13-3 in both 1996 and 1997). Green Bay won the NFC North for the second consecutive season, and the 11-1 (.917) record in division games in LaFleur’s first two seasons was the best two-year division record for Green Bay since going 11-1 in 2011-12. Dating back to 1967, it was only the second time the Packers had lost one or fewer division games over a two-year span. Rodgers led an offense that scored the second-most points in a season (509) in team history (560 in 2011) and joined Favre (1995-97) as the only Packers to win the AP MVP three times (2011, 2014, 2020). Rodgers’ NFL-leading 121.5 passer rating was the second-highest single-season mark by a quarterback in NFL history, trailing only his 122.5 rating in 2011. The three-time MVP was not the only one to have a monster year as seven Packers were named to the Pro Bowl (Adams, CB Jaire Alexander, Bakhtiari, G Elgton Jenkins, Jones, Rodgers and Z. Smith), including six who were named starters (all but Jones), giving Green Bay the most starter selections since it had eight in 1967. The Packers had six players named All-Pro by AP (Alexander, Z. Smith) including four first-team selections (Adams, Bakhtiari, C Corey Linsley, Rodgers) which were the most by Green Bay since 1967 (six). Adams had a historically great season, setting the franchise record for receptions in a season with 115 and tying WR Sterling Sharpe (1994) for the most receiving TDs in a season with 18 (tied for No. 3 in NFL history). Adams also became the first player in NFL history to have 15-plus TD receptions and average 95-plus receiving yards and eight-plus receptions per game. After a regular season in which Green Bay earned the No. 1 seed in the NFC for the third time since 1990 (1996, 2011), the Packers beat the Los Angeles Rams to earn a trip to the NFC title game for the ninth time since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger and the fourth time since 2014 (2014, 2016, 2019), the most in the NFC over that span. It was the third time (1996 and 2007) that Lambeau Field hosted the NFC Championship. It also marked the first time since 1995-97 that Green Bay appeared in consecutive NFC title games. But the road would end there as the Buccaneers defeated the Packers, 31-26. (Source: 2021 Packer Media Guide)

NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED

​Davante Adams    17   WR 6- 1 215 Fresno State       7  7 28 14 2014 Draft - 2nd round

Montravius Adams 90   DT 6- 4 304 Auburn             4  4 25  8 2017 Draft - 3rd round

Jaire Alexander  23   CB 5-10 196 Louisville         3  3 23 11 2018 Draft - 1st round

Adrian Amos      31    S 6- 0 214 Penn State         2  6 27 16 3-14-19 FA (Bears)

Tavon Austin     16   WR 5- 8 179 West Virginia      1  8 30  4 12-1-20 FA (San Fran)

David Bakhtiati  69   OT 6- 4 310 Colorado           8  8 29 12 2013 Draft - 3rd round

Krys Barnes      51   LB 6- 2 229 UCLA               1  1 22 13 4-29-20 FA

Reggie Begelton  84   WR 6- 0 200 Lamar              1  1 27  1 1-6-20 FA

Henry Black      41   DB 6- 0 204 Baylor             1  1 23  8 4-29-20 FA

Tim Boyle         8   QB 6- 4 233 Eastern Kentucky   2  2 26  8 5-4-18 FA 

Ben Braden       64   OG 6- 6 329 Michigan           3  3 26  4 10-21-20 (N. England)

Hunter Bradley   43   LS 6- 3 241 Mississippi State  3  3 26 16 2018 Draft - 7th round

James Burgess    57   LB 6- 0 230 Louisville         4  4 26  4 10-24-20 FA (Falcons)

Oren Burks       42   LB 6- 3 223 Vanderbilt         3  3 25 16 2018 Draft - 3rd round

Kenny Clark      97   DT 6- 3 314 UCLA               5  5 25 13 2016 Draft - 1st round

Mason Crosby      2    K 6- 1 207 Colorado          14 14 36 16 2007 Draft - 6th round

Domin. Daffney   49   TE 6- 2 243 Indiana State      1  1 23  5 10-12-20 FA (Colts)

Josiah Deguara   81   TE 6- 2 238 Cincinnati         1  1 23  2 2020 Draft - 3rd round

A.J. Dillon      28   RB 6- 0 247 Boston College     1  1 22 11 2020 Draft - 2nd round

Tyler Ervin      32   RB 5-10 185 San Jose State     2  5 27  8 12-2-19 FA (Jaguars)

Tipa Galeai      50   DE 6- 5 235 Utah State         1  1 23  1 4-29-20 FA

Jonathan Garvin  53   DL 6- 4 257 Miami (FL)         1  1 21  8 2020 Draft - 7th round

Rashaun Gary     52   DE 6- 5 277 Michigan           2  2 23 15 2019 Draft - 1st round

Raven Greene     36    S 5-11 197 James Madison      3  3 25 10 5-4-18 FA

De'Jon Harris    59   LB 6- 0 244 Arkansas           1  1 23  2 9-9-20 FA (Patriots)

Damon Harrison   98   DT 6- 3 350 William Penn       1  9 32  1 12-30-20 FA (Seahawks)

Ka'dar Hollman   29   DB 6- 0 196 Toledo             2  2 26 14 2019 Draft - 6th round

Josh Jackson     37   CB 6- 0 196 Iowa               3  3 24 12 2018 Draft - 2nd round

Elgton Jenkins   74    G 6- 5 311 Missisippi State   2  2 25 16 2019 Draft - 2nd round

Aaron Jones      33   RB 5- 9 208 UTEP               4  4 26 14 2017 Draft - 5th round

Kinsley Keke     96   DE 6- 3 288 Washington         2  2 25 14 2019 Draft - 5th round

Kevin King       20   CB 6- 3 200 Washington         4  4 25 11 2017 Draft - 2nd round

Christ. Kirksey  58   LB 6- 2 235 Iowa               1  7 28 11 3-26-20 FA (Browns)

Tyler Lancaster  95   NT 6- 3 313 Northwestern       3  3 26 15 5-4-18 FA

Allen Lazard     13   WR 6- 5 227 Iowa State         3  3 25 10 12-18-18 FA (Jaguars)

Marcedes Lewis   89   TE 6- 6 267 UCLA               3 15 36 15 5-24-18 FA (Jaguars)

Corey Linsley    63    C 6- 3 301 Ohio State         7  7 29 13 2014 Draft - 5th round

John Lovett      45   TE 6- 3 225 Princeton          1  1 24  8 7-30-20 FA (KC)

Dean Lowry       94   DE 6- 6 296 Northwestern       5  5 26 16 2016 Draft - 4th round

Kamal Martin     54   LB 6- 3 240 Minnesota          1  1 22 10 2020 Draft - 5th round

Parry Nickerson  35   CB 5-10 182 Tulane             1  3 26  1 9-7-20 FA (Jaguars)

Yosuah Nijman    73   OL 6- 7 314 Virginia Tech      1  1 24 16 5-3-19 FA

Lucas Patrick    62   OG 6- 3 313 Duke               4  4 27 16 6-1-16 FA

Brian Price      78   DT 6- 3 222 UT-San Antonio     1  5 26  2 12-15-20 FA (Jaguars)

Randy Ramsey     56   LB 6- 3 236 Arkansas           1  1 25 12 5-3-19 FA

Will Redmond     25   CB 5-11 186 Mississippi State  3  3 27 13 9-11-18 FA (Chiefs)

Aaron Rodgers    12   QB 6- 2 225 California        16 16 37 16 2005 Draft - 1st round

Jon Runyan Jr.   76   OL 6- 4 307 Michigan           1  1 23 16 2020 Draft - 6th round

Anthony Rush     79   NT 6- 4 361 Al-Birmingham      1  2 24  1 11-25-20 FA (Bears)

KeiVarae Russell 34   CB 5-11 196 Notre Dame         1  5 27  1 10-28-20 FA (Giants)

Stanford Samuels 46   DB 6- 2 185 Florida State      1  1 21  2 4-29-20 FA

Darnell Savage   26    S 5-11 198 Maryland           2  2 23 15 2019 Draft - 1st round

J.K. Scott        6    P 6- 6 208 Alabama            3  3 25 16 2018 Draft - 5th round

Vernon Scott     23    S 6- 2 202 TCU                1  1 23 15 2020 Draft - 7th round

Darrius Shepherd 82   WR 5-11 186 North Dakota St    2  2 25  8 5-6-19 FA

Preston Smith    91   LB 6- 5 265 Mississippi State  2  6 28 16 3-14-19 FA (Redskins)

Za'Darius Smith  55   LB 6- 4 272 Kentucky           2  6 28 16 3-14-19 FA (Ravens)

Equan. St. Brown 19   WR 6- 5 214 Notre Dame         3  3 24 12 2018 Draft - 6th round

Jace Sternberger 87   TE 6- 4 251 Texas A & M        2  2 24 12 2019 Draft - 3rd round

Chandon Sullivan 39   DB 5-11 189 Georgia State      2  4 24 16 5-6-19 FA (Eagles)

Ty Summers       44   LB 6- 1 241 TCU                2  2 25 16 2019 Draft - 7th round

Lane Taylor      65    G 6- 3 324 Oklahoma State     7  7 31  1 5-10-13 FA

Malik Taylor     86   WR 6- 1 220 Ferris State       1  1 25 15 7-19-19 FA (Buccaneers)

Robert Tonyan    85   TE 6- 5 237 Indiana State      3  3 26 16 12-5-17 FA (Lions)

Billy Turner     77    G 6- 5 310 North Dakota State 2  7 29 14 3-14-19 FA (Broncos)

M. V.-Scantling  83   WR 6- 4 206 South Florida      3  3 26 16 2018 Draft - 5th round

Ricky Wagner     71   OT 6- 6 313 Wisconsin          1  8 31 16 3-16-20 FA (Detroit)

Dexter Williams  22   RB 5-11 212 Notre Dame         1  1 22  4 2019 Draft - 6th round

NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED

Jamaal Williams  30   RB 6- 0 213 BYU                3  3 24 14 2017 Draft - 4th round

Juwann Winfree   88   WR 6- 3 215 Colorado           1  2 24  2 10-1-20 FA (Broncos)

Billy Winn       93   DT 6- 4 300 Boise State        1  9 31  6 9-16-20 FA (Broncos)

NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age on September 1 G - Games Played FA - Free Agent

2020 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD

NAME              POS COLLEGE           HOW ORGINALLY ACQUIRED

Reggie Begelton    WR Lamar             1-6-20 FA (Future Cont.)    10-5-20 (Active)

Henry Black        DB Baylor            4-29-20 FA                  10-24-20 (Active)

Ben Braden (2)      G Michigan          10-20-20 FA (Patriots)      10-24-20 (Active)

Dominique Daffney  TE Indiana State     10-12-20 FA (Colts)         12-5-20 (Active)

Anthony Fabiano     C Harvard           9-6-20 FA (Buccaneers)      12-22-20 (Release)

Robert Foster      WR Alabama           9-9-20 FA (Bills)           10-20-20 (WFT)

N. Griffin-Stewart TE Pittsburgh        9-23-20 (Vikings)           11-3-20 (Release)

Jake Hanson         C Oregon            2020 Draft - 6th round      

De'Jon Harris      LB Arkansas          9-9-20 FA (Patriots)        10-5-20 (Active)

Zack Johnson        G North Dakota St   4-29-20 FA                  

Kalija Lipscomb    WR Vanderbilt        10-13-20 FA (Chiefs)        10-20-20 (Release)

Daylon Mack        DL Texas A&M         9-10-20 FA (Giants)         9-16-20 (Release)

JJ Molson           K UCLA              12-22-20 FA (Chargers)      

Ryan Pope           T San Diego State   9-16-20 FA (Jaguars)        12-15-20 (Release)

Will. Previlon     DL Rutgers           4-29-20 FA

Brian Price (2)    DL Texas-San Antonio 12-15-20 FA (Jaguars)       12-26-20 (Active)

Dax Raymond        TE Utah State        11-3-20 FA (Steelers)       12-26-20 (Release)

Greg Roberts       LB Baylor            5-3-19 FA                   9-22-20 (Release)

Seth Roberts       WR West Alabama      10-31-20 FA (Panthers)      1-25-21 (Release)

Anthony Rush       DL Al-Birmingham     11-25-20 FA (Bears)         11-30-20 (Active)

KeiVarae Russell   CB Notre Dame        10-28-20 FA (Giants)        11-14-20 (Active)

Stanford Samuels   CB Florida State     4-29-20 FA                  11-5-20 (Active)

Caleb Scott        WR Vanderbilt        9-30-20 FA (Seahawks)       10-6-20 (Release)

Delontae Scott     DL SMU               4-29-20 FA

Darr. Shepherd (2) WR North Dakota St   5-6-19 FA                   9-26-20 (Active)

Mike Weber         RB Ohio State        11-11-20 FA (Chiefs)        

Dexter Williams    RB Notre Dame        2019 Draft - 6th round      10-24-20 (Active)

Tramon Williams (2)CB Louisiana Tech    1-21-21 FA (Ravens)         1-23-21 (Active)

Juwann Winfree     WR Colorado          10-1-20 FA (Broncos)        11-14-20 (Active)

Billy Winn         DT Boise State       9-16-20 FA (Broncos)        9-26-20 (Active)

Ryan Winslow        P Pittsburgh        12-26-20 FA (Cardinals)     

NOTE: For the 2020 season, teams were allowed to carry up to 16 players on the practice squad (2) - Second year on practice squad BOLD ITALICS - Activated during season

2020 PACKERS DRAFT (April 23-25, 2020)

RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES

1    26 Jordan Love             QB Utah State      A

1    30 Traded to Miami                            A

2    62 A.J. Dillon             RB Boston College

3    94 Josiah Deguara          TE Cincinnati

4   136 Traded to Miami                            A

5   175 Kamal Martin            LB Minnesota

6   192 Jon Runyan, Jr.          G Michigan        B

6   209 Jake Hanson              C Oregon          C

6   210 Simon Stepaniak          G Indiana

7   236 Vernon Scott             S TCU             E

7   242 Jonathan Garvin         DE Miami (Fl)      D

7   244 Traded to Cleveland                        E

A-Traded 2020 1st round (30th-CB Noah Ibginoghene) and 2020 4th round (136th-Traded) to MIAMI for 2020 1st round (26th-QB Joran Love) (4-23-20) B- Traded WR Trevor Davis to LAS VEGAS for 2020 6th round (192nd-G John Runyan, Jr.) (9-19-19) C-Traded LB Reggie Gilbert to TENNESSEE for 2020 6th round (208th-C Jake Hanson) (8-29-19) D-Traded WR-RB Ty Montgomery to BALTIMORE for 2020 7th round (242nd-Jonathan Garvin) (10-30-18) E-Traded OL Jordan McCray and 2020 7th round (244th-Traded) to CLEVELAND for 2020 7th round (236th-S Vernon Scott) (8-31-19)

FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS

PLAYERS SIGNED - None

PLAYERS LOST - DL Montravius Adams (New England), C Corey Linsley (L.A. Chargers), G Lane Taylor (Houston), RB Jamaal Williams (Detroit)

FRANCHISE PLAYER DESIGNATION - None

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