That’s why I was drawn to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writer Tom Silverstein’s recent posting of interesting numbers.
I think you will find these numbers interesting, too.
Take a look:
28 Yards receiver Donald Driver needs to reach 10,000 in his career.
81 Interceptions the defense has since coordinator Dom Capers took over in 2009.
14 Holding penalties the team has, fourth-fewest in the NFL.
69-3 Touchdowns to interceptions quarterback Aaron Rodgers has thrown in the regular season during his career.
6.2 Yards per play the defense is allowing, tied for New England for the most in the NFL.
15 Combined margin of defeat in the Chicago Bears’ three-game losing streak.
265 Penalty yards the Detroit Lions have lost over their last three games.
7 Quarters in which the Bears have not scored during the three games Caleb Hanie has started at quarterback.
17 Rushing first downs the Minnesota Vikings had against Detroit last week, their most in a single game this season even though running back Adrian Peterson didn’t play.
75 Consecutive games Vikings end Jared Allen has started, the most of any active player at his position.
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Topics: Aaron Rodgers, Adrian Peterson, Caleb Hanie, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Dom Capers, Donald Driver, Green Bay Packers, Jared Allen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Minnesota Vikings, NFC North Division, NFL, Tom Silverstein