By the Numbers

Facts, figures from Green Bay's 27-24 preseason victory over the Denver Broncos

0 - Completions by Packers' backup quarterback Brian Brohm in four attempts in the second half on Friday night.

1 - Rookie free agent Kregg Lumpkin scored on a one-yard run on fourth and goal with 3:19 remaining in the game for the winning margin. It was Lumpkin's second touchdown of the preseason.

2.9 - Green Bay's average per carry rushing in the game. The Broncos allowed the Packers 94 yards on 32 rushes. Green Bay was without starting running back Ryan Grant, who has yet to play this preseason.

4 - Scoring drives for Green Bay's first-team offense in a little more than two quarters against the Broncos.

7 - Touchbacks on kickoffs between Green Bay's Mason Crosby (four) and Denver's Matt Prater (three). Both kickers are in their second NFL season.

71 - Game-high receiving yards (2-71) for Denver's Brandon Marshall, the most receiving yards in a game by a Bronco this preseason. Marshall exploited cornerback Tramon Williams on consecutive plays late in the second quarter. Williams was penalized for pass interference on Marshall, a 31-yard penalty that gave the Broncos the ball on Green Bay's 49. Quarterback Jay Cutler threw deep to Marshall again on the next play to Williams, who made a juggling catch ahead of Williams for the touchdown and a 17-10 lead.

82 - Aaron Rodgers' completion percentage, 18 of 22 for 193 yards and a touchdown, easily his best performance of the preseason.

99.5 - Yards that the Broncos drove to score their first touchdown of the game and take a 10-7 lead with 6:03 left in the second quarter. Denver used 16 plays in the drive and accumulated eight first downs, including three third-down conversions.

118.4 - Rodgers' passer rating for the evening, his best of the preseason.

122 - Total yards rushing on 24 attempts for Broncos' running backs Andre Hall, Selvin Young and Michael Pittman. All three backs had runs of at least 16 yards.


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