Several records were set or tied Sunday, they include:
— Aaron Rodgers had his sixth straight game without an interception, tying Bart Starr's franchise record set in 1964.
— Rodgers set his personal streak of consecutive pass attempts without an interception to 192, second in franchise history behind Starr (294 in 1964-65).
— Rodgers joined New England's Tom Brady (2007) as the only players in NFL history to have four straight three-touchdown, zero-interception games in a season.
— Randall Cobb has eight touchdown catches in seven games, the most by a Packers player through seven games since Billy Howton caught nine in 1956.
— Jordy Nelson has 349 career receptions, which move him past Max McGee (345) for ninth in franchise history.