Packers-Lions: By the Numbers

Stats, facts from Green Bay's 48-25 win over Detroit on Sunday

0 - Victories in five tries against the Packers by Lions head coach Rod Marinelli.

1.3 - Yards per carry on 15 attempts for 20 total yards rushing by running back Ryan Grant.

2 - Interceptions by Packers cornerback Charles Woodson, his third two-interception game of his career. He had two pickoffs on Nov. 27, 2006, at Seattle and on Oct. 5, 2003, at Chicago when he was with the Oakland Raiders.

3 - Interceptions by the Packers is the most in a game since Nov. 27, 2006, at Seattle in a 34-24 loss to the Seahawks.

8 - Penalties for 62 yards against the Packers. The Packers have had 20 penalties assessed against them in two games.

17 - Percent efficiency on third-down conversions (2 of 12) for the Lions against the Packers.

19 - Yard touchdown run for running back Brandon Jackson late in the game. Jackson's longest run from scrimmage as a Packer gave Green Bay a 34-25 lead with 3:31 left in the game.

63.2 - Percent completion percentage (24 of 38) for quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the game.

117.0 - Passer rating for Rodgers against Lions, topping his 115.5 mark against the Vikings in Green Bay's 24-19 win six days earlier.

123 - Yards rushing for the Packers vs. 49 for the Lions.

167 - Yards receiving for wide receiver Greg Jennings, a career high. His previous high was 141 yards at Denver on Oct. 29, 2007.

447 - Total yards of offense for the Packers vs. 311 for the Lions.

1959 - The last time that the Packers opened the season with two consecutive victories over division opponents. The Packers beat the Chicago Bears, 9-6, on Sept. 27 and Detroit Lions, 28-10, on Oct. 4. Both games were at City Stadium, which was renamed Lambeau Field in 1965.

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