WHEN: 3:15 p.m. Sunday
WHERE: Lambeau Field
OPENING LINE: Packers by 3 1/2.
LAST WEEK: Jacksonville's defense dominated the Bears in a 22-3 victory. The Packers had to rally in the second half, beating the Lions 16-13 on another game-winning field goal by Ryan Longwell.
JAGUARS OFFENSE: OVERALL (13), RUSH (17), PASS (13)
JAGUARS DEFENSE: OVERALL (9), RUSH (6t), PASS (16)
PACKERS OFFENSE: OVERALL (4), RUSH (10), PASS (6)
PACKERS DEFENSE: OVERALL (26), RUSH (11), PASS (27)
SERIES RECORD: Packers lead 2-0.
LAST MEETING: Today's game marks the first time the Packers have hosted Jacksonville. In their last meeting, Green Bay won 28-21 on Dec. 3, 2001. Don't remember this game? True Packers fans will know this was Jamal Reynolds' "breakout" game. The rookie first-round pick thwarted a last-minute Jaguars drive by sacking Mark Brunell and causing a fumble that was recovered by Nate Wayne.
Before Reynolds' big play, Packers quarterback Brett Favre rallied the team from a 21-7 third-quarter deficit. Favre hit Bill Schroeder on a 43-yard strike to get the Packers back in it. The Packers forced a turnover on the ensuing kickoff, and Favre made the Jaguars pay by hitting Bubba Franks for the tying touchdown.
The winning drive was set up by a 42-yard Favre-to-Ahman Green connection, with Favre running a bootleg into the end zone with 1:30 remaining.
Favre finished with 362 yards passing a three touchdowns.