Here’s a few stats you may not know from the Packers win over the Falcons.
1. Eddie Lacy scored a pair of TDs last night giving him 11 for the season. With Jordy Nelson having 12 TDs and Randall Cobb having 10, this is the first time in Packers history that they have had three players with 10 or more TDs in a season. The last time two players had 10-plus TDs in a season was in 1997 when Dorsey Levens and Antonio Freeman both had 12.
2. The Packers allowed the Falcons to score 30 points in the second half. It was the 11th time an opponent has scored 30 or more points in the second half of a game versus the Packers. This was the first time of those 11 occasions that the Packers won the game.
3. Green Bay’s offense gained 502 yards in the contest, the 22nd time in team history that they reached that mark. They are 20-1-1 in those games; the team has won 13 straight when they gain 500 or more yards in a game.