Packers-Bears: By the Numbers

Packers defense has allowed just two TDs in last two games...

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Deckhead: Defense has allowed just two TDs in last two games

By Doug Ritchay

Here are some numbers that stand out in the aftermath of Green Bay's 37-21 victory Sunday over the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field:

2 - Touchdowns allowed by the Packers' defense in the last two games.

4 – Games in a row the Packers have scored at least 30 points against the Bears.

7 – Wins in a row for the Packers against the Bears.

11 – Yards shy Ahman Green is of Jim Taylor's Packers single-season rushing record of 1,474 yards.

15 - Touchdowns by Green this season is tied for fifth-most by a Packer in a season.

22 – Games in a row Brett Favre has thrown a TD pass, tying Cecil Isbell's team record.

24 – Games in a row Favre has thrown a TD pass against the Bears, tying Dan Marino's NFL record for most consecutive games with a TD pass against one opponent.

188 – Games in a row Favre has played, breaking Forrest Gregg's club record of 187.

819 – Career points by Ryan Longwell, four short of the team record of 823 held by Don Hutson.


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