Green Day: Crunching the numbers

The 176 yards gained by Ahman Green in Monday night's 38-23 win over the Chicago Bears were the third-highest total in Packer history. takes a look inside the numbers from his record-setting night.<P>

Green's output was also the highest by a Packer player in the 166-game Packer-Bear series. The Packers' previous high rushing game against the Bears was Howie Ferguson's 153-yard effort Oct. 2, 1955 in Green Bay.

About a month later, Ferguson became the first Packer to post two 100-yard games in a season against the Bears. Edgar Bennett is the only other Packer to accomplish that feat. Green can join that elite club when the Bears visit Lambeau Field Dec. 7.

Green's 176 yards were the fourth-highest overall total in the Packer-Bear rivalry. Walter Payton (Oct. 30, 1977) and Gale Sayers (Nov. 3, 1968) each posted a 205-yard game against the Packers. Payton ran for 192 yards at Lambeau Field Nov. 3, 1985.

Long may you run: Green's 60-yard scoring run in the first quarter Monday night was the longest by a Packer against the Bears in 14 seasons.

The last time a Packer ran longer than 60 yards to the end zone against the Bears was when Keith Woodside ignited the 40-28 rout at Soldier Field Dec. 17, 1989 with a 68-yard TD dash.

Get the point: The Packers have scored at least 30 points in three straight games against the Bears. That hasn't happened since Vince Lombardi's teams in 1961 and 1962 (twice) accomplished the feat. … The 61 total points in Monday's game were the most in the rivalry since the Packers' 38-24 win in 1997. The 61 points were the most in Packer-Bear game in Chicago since the Packers' 40-28 win in 1989.

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