Packers-Panthers: Just the facts

Here are some notable numbers to keep in mind in advance of Sunday's game between the Green Bay Packers and Carolina Panthers at Lambeau Field:

-- The Packers have won 12 of their last 13 games and are tied for the NFC's best record.

-- The Packers have won six of their last seven games at Lambeau Field.

-- In last Sunday's win over Minnesota, Brett Favre became the first NFL quarterback with 350-plus passing yards, three-plus touchdown passes, no interceptions, and no sacks in one game since Peyton Manning did it in Week 3 of the 2004 season.

-- Favre has thrown five touchdown passes of 40 yards or longer through nine games. He had a career-high seven touchdown passes of 40-plus yards in 1998 and six in 1996.

-- Green Bay's 26 sacks are tied for third best in the league.

-- DE Aaron Kampman leads the Packers with nine sacks and DE Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila has 8 1/2 sacks.

-- Green Bay has amassed 1,300 yards after the catch, best in the National Football League.

-- CB Charles Woodson has two defensive touchdowns and three since coming to Green Bay in 2006.

-- The Panthers have not started the same quarterback in back-to-back games over the last three weeks, and the offense has scored just 20 points over that span.

-- The Panthers have not had a quarterback play an entire game since Week Four.

-- Carolina has scored two offensive touchdowns in three games and rank 28th in total offense.

-- Rookie MLB Jon Beason is coming off his third straight double digit tackle performance and leads the team with 78, most of which have come since taking over the middle linebacker duties in Week Five.

-- The last time the two teams met, Carolina withstood a fourth-quarter Green Bay rally to win 32-29 on Monday Night Football (Oct. 3, 2005).

-- WR Steve Smith ranks second in franchise history with 389 receptions, 5,515 receiving yards, 36 receiving touchdowns and 21 100-yard receiving games.

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