By the Numbers: Packers vs. Titans

Packer Report breaks down Sunday's 19-16 overtime loss to the Tennessee Titans by detailing some noteworthy statistics.

The Packers' turnover differential on Sunday at Tennessee. The Packers entered the game at plus-6, tied for fourth in the NFL.

Career catches by rookie tight end Jermichael Finley at the time he dropped Aaron Rodgers' fourth-down pass. After the game, Finley said it wasn't a good pass and that the Packers aren't utilizing him correctly.

Tackles by cornerback Al Harris in his return from a lacerated spleen. Harris didn't show a bit of rust. He didn't allow a completion and was barely thrown at by the Titans.

One touchdown in ...

... trips to the Titans' red zone.

Losses by the Packers this season compared to three last season.

Games in which second-year receiver James Jones has been inactive this season. He was healthy for Sunday but deactivated in part because he's not a cog in the special teams.

TE Jermichael Finley
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Snaps by defensive tackle Justin Harrell in his season debut. He was in on three tackles but was partially to blame for Chris Johnson's 14-yard run in overtime.

Carries for running back Ryan Grant, in which he gained 86 yards for a 4.3-yard average. Coach Mike McCarthy wanted Grant to get 25 rushes, but Rodgers audibled out of some runs.

Yards in penalties walked off against the Packers, a big improvement over their league-leading 534 yards entering the game.

Consecutive games with a catch by Donald Driver, tying Sterling Sharpe's team record.

Rushing yards allowed per game by the Packers' defense, which ranks 27th in the NFL. The Titans rushed for 178 on 4.9 yards per rush.

Passing yards by Rodgers. He's 1-2 in his 300-yard games and 1-3 when throwing for at least 290 yards.

Bill Huber is the Lead Analyst for Packer Report and E-mail him at

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