The Green Bay Packers are coming fresh off a thrilling victory in Baltimore, winning 31-30. They improved their record to 11-3 and remain the #1 seed in the NFC. They remain battling against the AFC North division as they take on the Cleveland Browns on Christmas Day. They’ll look to get a couple impact players back in both Jaire Alexander and David Bakhtiari, whom were both practicing this past week. Along with that, this offense will put on a show under the lights in legendary Lambeau Field, as a couple franchise records will be broken.
All-time Receiving Yards in Packers history
Davante Adams had only played Baltimore one other time in his career with Green Bay. The first meeting, he went 8-10 for 126 receiving yards. Today, Adams ended his streak of consecutive 100-yard games, but still went for 6-44-1. Adams trails Jordy Nelson in all-time receiving yards with 7,816. On Christmas Day, he only needs 33 yards to surpass Nelson and become fifth in all-time receiving yards in Packers history.
In addition, Adams only needs 139 yards receiving to earn a new single season career high milestone.
All-time Passing Touchdowns In Packers History
Today, Aaron Rodgers tied the legend Brett Favre in all-time passing touchdowns in Packers history with 442 touchdowns. He tied the record with an eleven yard touchdown pass to Marquez Valdes-Scantling early in the fourth quarter. On Christmas Day, facing the Browns in Lambeau Field, Rodgers has a chance to become the all-time leader in passing touchdowns in franchise history as he only needs one touchdown pass.