Game facts: Colts at Packers

Mind-blowing stat:  At least one of these two teams, the Colts or the Packers, have made the playoffs in every season since 1993 

Reliant on WRs:  The Packers lead the NFL in wide receiver usage. Green Bay WRs account for 48.6 percent of the team's offensive touches, 64.4 percent of its scrimmage yards and 84.2 percent of its offensive TDs (all rank 1st among NFL WR units).

Is Rodgers back?:  Aaron Rodgers has 7 TD passes over his last two games (most in NFL since Week 7). 

Analyzing Rodgers:  The Packers QB has been at his best when throwing to the right side of the field this year. He has a 120.8 passer rating when throwing to the right side, a 103.4 rating over the middle and a 71.3 rating on the left side. 

Catching everything:  Packers WR Davante Adams has 25 receptions over his last two games (most by a GB player over a two-game span since 1970). 

Stout run defense:  The Packers' run defense ranks allows 74.4 rush yards per game (2nd in NFL) and 3.34 yards per carry (3rd in NFL). 

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