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Green Bay Packers at Indianapolis Colts
- The Packers' 24-20 win over the Jaguars last week gave Matt LaFleur a 20-5 regular-season record as a head coach. He is the sixth head coach since the merger to have 20 or more wins through 25 games.
- Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes in the win, giving him 26 for the year. This is his 11th season with 25 or more touchdown passes, tying Brett Favre and Philip Rivers for the fourth most in league history. Only Peyton Manning (16), Tom Brady (14), and Drew Brees (14) have more.
- One of Rodgers' touchdowns went to Davante Adams, giving him nine for the year, tied with Tyreek Hill for the most in the NFL. Rodgers and Adams have connected for 44 TDs since 2016 -- the only other QB-receiver combo with 30 or more during that span is Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown with 36.
- The Colts beat the Titans on Thursday, 34-17, bringing them level with Tennessee atop the AFC South. Indianapolis limited Tennessee to 294 total yards, its sixth game this season yielding fewer than 300 yards of offense to its opponent, the most such games in the NFL.
- In the win, Philip Rivers passed Dan Marino on the list of all-time passing yards leaders, moving into fifth place in league history. Only Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Brett Favre rank ahead of Rivers.
- The Colts hold an all-time 22-20-1 record against the Packers, including a 6-3 record in this matchup since moving to Indianapolis. Green Bay is winless in its four visits to Indianapolis, with the most recent meeting coming in 2012.
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