Packers-Colts: By the Numbers

Stats, facts from Green Bay's 34-14 victory over Indianapolis

0 - victories in eight tries for a Tony Dungy-led football team (Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts) in Lambeau Field.

1 - loss in the month of October for the Colts since the 2004 season at Kansas City. Green Bay snapped a string of 13 straight victories for Indianapolis.

5 - straight victories for the Packers against AFC opponents.

6 - returns for touchdowns this season by the Packers (five interceptions and one punt return).

9 - penalties for 70 yards assessed against the Packers. The Packers have had 58 penalties marched off against them this season.

12 - penalties for 110 yards assessed against the Colts, a record high for a team coached by Dungy.

20:25 - time of possession for the Packers in the first half compared to 9:35 for the Colts as Green Bay took a 17-7 lead.

46.6 - passer rating for Colts quarterback Peyton Manning (21 of 42 for 239 yards and two interceptions).

99 - yard interception return for a touchdown by safety Aaron Rouse late in the fourth quarter ties Tim Harris' mark for longest interception return in team history set on Nov. 18, 1984, against the Los Angeles Rams.

104.2 - passer rating for Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (21 of 28 for 186 yards and one touchdown with no interceptions).

105 - yards rushing for for running back Ryan Grant, his first 100-yard game this season. Grant had 31 carries (3.4 avg.) and a touchdown.

302 - total net yards each for the Packers and Colts for the game.

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