Packers-Seahawks: By the Numbers

Stats, facts from Green Bay's 27-17 victory over Seattle

0 - Losses the Packers had in their four games against AFC opponents in 2007 -- their first unbeaten interconference season record since 1995. Green Bay's first game against an AFC team this season is Sunday at home against the Indianapolis Colts.

1 - Fullback John Kuhn scored the first touchdown of his three-year pro career in the fourth quarter on a one-yard pass reception from quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

2.71 - Yards per carry for Packers running back Ryan Grant on 33 attempts (90 total yards for the game).

3 - Sacks by Green Bay's defense, including two by Aaron Kampman. It was the first time the Packers sacked the quarterback since Sept. 21 against Dallas when they brought Tony Romo down three times.

4 - Completed passes by Seahawks quarterback Charlie Frye in the first half on six attempts for 36 total yards and one touchdown.

5 - Three-and-outs by Seattle against Green Bay's defense, two less three-and-outs than the Packers had against opponents all season.

9 - Losses by the Seahawks in their last 44 games at Qwest Field, including Sunday's 27-17 setback against Green Bay.

11 - Total interceptions by Green Bay's defense this season, eight less than it finished with last year.

64 - Yards passing by the Seahawks, the lowest total yards passing in a single game by a Packers opponent since Dec. 21, 2006, when Minnesota was held to 27 yards in the air in a 9-7 Packers win at rainy Lambeau Field.

177 - Total yards of offense by Seattle, the lowest by a Packers' opponent this season.

313 - Total yards of offense by Green Bay, its fifth best output in 2008.

2002 - The last time the Seahawks have started a season 1-4.

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