- Associated Press - Thursday, September 11, 2014

NEW YORK JETS (1-0) at GREEN BAY (0-1)

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS

OPENING LINE - Packers by 8½

RECORD VS. SPREAD - New York 0-1, Green Bay 0-1

SERIES RECORD - Jets lead 8-3

LAST MEETING - Packers beat Jets 9-0, Oct. 31, 2010

AP PRO32 RANKING - Jets No. 18, Packers No. 6 (tie)





STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Jets won previous meeting at Lambeau Field 38-10 on Dec. 3, 2006, when RB Cedric Houston ran for 105 yards and two TDs. … QB Geno Smith completed 82.3 percent of passes (23 of 28) last week against Raiders, third-highest completion rate in Jets history. Smith won four of past five starts. … Jets looking to be more efficient after going 1 for 4 on TDs in red zone in opener. … Since joining league in 2008, RB Chris Johnson’s 8,033 yards rushing second only behind Adrian Peterson’s 8,849. … Eric Decker leads AFC wide receivers with 32 touchdown receptions since 2011. … DE Muhammad Wilkerson has sack in five of past six games against NFC teams. … Jets C Nick Mangold and Packers LB A.J. Hawk were childhood friends in Centerville, Ohio, attended Ohio State together, and were each first-round draft picks in 2006. … Packers’ .273 winning percentage against Jets is worst against any NFL team. … Packers two wins away from joining Bears as only teams in NFL history with 700 regular-season victories. … Green Bay 6-2 under coach Mike McCarthy in home openers, 5-1 with Aaron Rodgers as starting QB. … Rodgers 8-3 with 30 TDs and six interceptions against AFC teams since 2011. … WR Jordy Nelson has five touchdown catches in past five against AFC teams. … Packers started rookies in TE Richard Rodgers and C Corey Linsley last week, second straight year team had two rookies in season opener after RB Eddie Lacy and LT David Bakhtiari in 2013. … Linsley first rookie to start opener at center since at least 1970. … Since 2010 including playoffs, CB Tramon Williams third in NFL with 19 interceptions, CB Sam Shields fourth with 17 interceptions. … P Tim Masthay needs three punts inside 20 to tie Craig Hentrich for franchise record of 104.


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