In conditions that included a 35-degree temperature with gusty winds of 16 miles per hour, Longwell connected from 24, 38, 35, and 45 yards out, and was two-of-two on extra points for 14 points on the day. He scored 13 of the Packers' first 19 points, helping the club erase a 14-0 first-quarter deficit.
Longwell's 38-yarder with 6:52 remaining in the third gave Green Bay a 16-14 lead, its first of the game. He followed that up with a 45-yard effort later in the period to extend the Packers' advantage to 19-14.
Longwell, a seventh-year pro, has scored 818 career points and is on the cusp of breaking the team's 58-year-old scoring record, held by Pro Football Hall of Famer Don Hutson, who scored 823 points from 1935-45. Longwell has connected on 19 of 21 field goal attempts in 2003.
This is Longwell's fourth-career Player of the Week award.