The Packers have won nine consecutive season finales (2003-11), the longest current streak in the NFL and the longest in franchise history. Over the past 18 seasons (1994-2011), Green Bay has won its regular season finale every year but one (2002).
The streak will hopefully continue when Green Bay attempts to play spoiler for Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings. The Packers could derail two lofty goals for the "Purple People Eaters." Peterson needs 207 yards rushing to top Eric Dickerson's NFL rushing record and the Vikings must win to get into the playoffs.
Green Bay will be going for its 12th win of the season Sunday. The Packers have won at least 10 games each of the last four seasons, which ties the franchise record (1929-32, 1995-98, 2001-04). Green Bay and New England are the only teams in the league with 10-plus wins each of the last four seasons (2009-12).
Green Bay has won nine of its last 10 games, which is the second-best record in the league since Week 6 behind only Denver (10-0). Sunday's rivalry rematch will kickoff at 3:25 p.m. from Mall of America Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota.