The Packers will be looking to become the first NFL team to go undefeated in its division in back-to-back seasons since the league went to a divisional format in 1967. Green Bay went 6-0 in the NFC North in 2011 and has a 5-0 record this season.
With their 21-13 win at Chicago in Week 15, the Packers extended their franchise-record divisional winning streak to 12 games (previous mark was eight games). It is tied for the longest divisional winning streak since realignment in 2002 with Indianapolis (2004-06) and Baltimore (2010-12).
Green Bay has had a winning record in its division for a franchise-record seven consecutive seasons. New England is the only other team in the NFL to post a winning record in its division each year from 2006-12.
The Packers have won five straight NFC North regular-season games away from Lambeau Field, the longest streak by the team since a five game road divisional streak from 2006-07. Green Bay has won 11 of its last 15 (.733) regular-season road contests. The Packers have also won 28 of their last 33 regular-season games overall (.848), the best record in the league over that span.
This Sunday’s contest will be Green Bay’s fifth game indoors this season, the most ever in a season in franchise history (four indoor games in 1987, 1992, 1996, 2004 and 2009).