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Driver, Rodgers move up in record books

Oct. 28, 2012
 

Some tidbits from today's Packers-Jaguars game:

• The Packers have won 16 of their last 17 games at Lambeau Field, which was sold out (70,464) for the 306th consecutive game.

• Donald Driver joined Brett Favre (255) as the only players in franchise history to play in 200 regular-season games. Driver became the 22nd wide receiver in league history to play in 200 games

Driver caught his 62nd career touchdown pass, which moved him into a tie for No. 5 in franchise history with Paul Hornung.

• Aaron Rodgers threw his 153rd career TD pass, moving past Bart Starr (152) for No. 2 in team history. Rodgers has thrown 18 TD passes over the last five games, the most in franchise history by a Packers QB over a five-game span in a season. Rodgers has not thrown an interception for three straight games.

• Davon House became the first Packer to block a punt since Marcus Wilkins on Sept. 29, 2003, at Chicago. Desman Moses became the first Packer to return a blcoked punt for a touchdown since Tiger Greene on Dec. 2, 1990, at Minnesota.

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