9 — Visiting teams don’t often win at Lambeau Field. The Packers have won nine consecutive regular-season home games and 22 of their past 23. The nine-game winning streak is the third longest in the NFL, behind the Seattle Seahawks (11 games) and Denver Broncos (10).
14.9 — Visiting offenses don’t often score much at Lambeau Field. Including the playoffs, the Packers have held opponents to 20 points or fewer in nine of the past 10 games at home, allowing an average of 14.9 points per game.
11 — The Packers have had 11 different players with at least one full sack this season, which ranks third in the NFL. Only the Browns (13) and New Orleans Saints (12) have more. Last season, only the Browns (16) had more players with a sack than the Packers (15).
171.6 — Packers receivers have been productive after catching the ball, and are averaging 171.6 YAC (yards after catch) per game this season. That’s good enough for third in the NFL, behind only the Atlanta Falcons (185.4 YAC per game) and Broncos (184.7).
7.22 — No team in the NFL has been better than the Packers’ offense on first down. Green Bay is averaging 7.22 yards per play on first down, the best mark in the league. The Chicago Bears (6.78 yards per play), Philadelphia Eagles (6.7), San Diego Chargers (6.51) and Broncos (6.23) round out the top five.