Green Bay Packers

1st NFC North (7-3-0)

Founded: 1921

Stadium: Lambeau Field

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  • Favre's return: A Thanksgiving reunion 4 the ages

    With Brett Favre hitting Lambeau Field on Thursday to have his jersey retired, Michael Silver can't wait to see the rekindling of a relationship that defined two decades of Green Bay Packers football.
  • Rodgers guides Pack back atop NFC North

    Aaron Rodgers helped the Packers end a three-game skid and earn a big-time momentum grab on the road against the division rival. Was his effort the most clutch performance of Week 11?
  • McCarthy won't name starting RB

    Packers running back Eddie Lacy finally broke free on Sunday, but does that ensure his starting job back? Not yet. "We need both Eddie and James (Starks)," coach Mike McCarthy said Monday.
  • What woke the Packers up?

    How did Aaron Rodgers, Mike McCarthy and the Green Bay Packers -- whose stoicism sets them apart in the NFL -- snap out of their three-game funk? Steve Wyche gets the inside scoop.
  • Lacy reborn as Packers dominate

    The Packers proved that the NFC North still runs through Green Bay. Eddie Lacy got untracked for Green Bay, earning a key 30-13 win over the Vikings.
  • McCarthy: 'No concern' about Rodgers for Sunday

    Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday that he has "no concern" that Aaron Rodgers could miss Sunday's key division showdown with the first place Minnesota Vikings.
  • Rodgers (shoulder) limited in practice

    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was listed as a limit participant during Wednesday's practice with a right shoulder injury. Is this cause for concern?
  • McCarthy: Starks will take first series, Lacy will go second

    Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday that James Starks will take the first series on Sunday, but Eddie Lacy will go second. Is Lacy finally over his groin injury?
  • Next Gen Stats: Packers' woes an issue of speed

    Without Jordy Nelson and Eddie Lacy on the field, the Packers' offense has slowed to a halt. Aaron Rodgers' wide receivers may be to blame. Why can't the Packers get downfield?
Scoreboard more
TCF Bank Stadium - Wk 11 1 2 3 4 T
Green Bay Packers 6 10 3 11 30
Minnesota Vikings 6 0 7 0 13
Schedule more
Wk Date Opponent Time
10 Sun, Nov 15 Detroit 16-18   L
11 Sun, Nov 22 @ Minnesota 30-13   W
12 Thu, Nov 26 Chicago 8:30 PM ET
13 Thu, Dec 03 @ Detroit 8:25 PM ET
14 Sun, Dec 13 Dallas 4:25 PM ET
15 Sun, Dec 20 @ Oakland 4:05 PM ET
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Injuries more
Player (Pos) Injury
Davante Adams (WR) P - Ankle
Ty Montgomery (WR) O - Ankle
Jay Elliott (LB) P - Ankle
T.J. Lang (G) P - Shoulder
Regular Season Leaders more
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
Aaron Rodgers 347 214 2482 23
Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
Eddie Lacy 105 408 3.9 2
James Starks 101 390 3.9 1
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
James Jones 30 592 19.7 7
Randall Cobb 47 553 11.8 6
Davante Adams 30 308 10.3 0
Richard Rodgers 36 263 7.3 5
Transactions more
Date Transaction
11/17 Eric Crume (DT) Terminated (by Club) from Practice Squad (terminated (by club) from practice squad).
11/17 B.J. McBryde (DE) Practice Squad (practice squad).
11/10 Eric Crume (DT) Practice Squad (practice squad).
10/27 Larry Pinkard (WR) Tryout (tryout).
NFC North more
Team W L T Win %
Green Bay 7 3 0 .700
Minnesota 7 3 0 .700
Chicago 4 6 0 .400
Detroit 3 7 0 .300

Head Coach more

Mike McCarthy

Regular Season: 101-52

Postseason: 7-6

Experience: 9

Career record: 108-58

Pro Career: Named the 14th head coach in Packers history Jan. 12, 2006. Returned to Green Bay after serving as the team's quarterbacks coach in 1999. Subsequently was a highly successful offensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints (2000-04).

With McCarthy calling plays, the Saints racked up 10 offensive team records and 25 individual marks. He was named NFC Assistant Coach of the Year by USA Today in 2000, and New Orleans led the league with 432 points and 49 touchdowns in 2002.

Background: Graduated with a degree in business administration from Baker University following a two-year playing career (1985-86). Was an all-conference tight end, helping the school to a NAIA Division II runner-up finish as a senior captain. Coached collegiately at Fort Hays State (1987-88) and Pittsburgh (1989-1992), before moving to the the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs (1993-98), Green Bay Packers (1999), New Orleans Saints (2000-04) and San Francisco 49ers (2005).

Personal: Born November 10, 1963, in Pittsburgh. 


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