- Associated Press - Thursday, November 5, 2015

GREEN BAY (6-1) at CAROLINA (7-0)

Sunday 1 p.m. ET, Fox

OPENING LINE - Packers by 3

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Packers 5-2, Panthers 5-2

SERIES RECORD - Packers lead 9-4

LAST MEETING - Packers beat Panthers 38-17, Oct. 14, 2014

LAST WEEK - Packers lost to Broncos 29-10; Panthers beat Colts 29-26, OT

AP PRO32 RANKING - Packers No. 5, Panthers No. 4





STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - QB Aaron Rodgers held to 77 yards passing last week by Broncos, lowest mark of career in non-injury game … Rodgers has won last two games vs. Carolina, throwing five TDs and no INTs. … RBs Eddie Lacy and James Starks both had TD runs vs. Carolina in last meeting. … WR Randall Cobb had 121 yards on six catches and TD in last meeting. … Green Bay is second in NFC with 23 sacks. … DE Julius Peppers played first eight seasons with Carolina and amassed 81 sacks. Peppers is only player in NFL history with at least 100 sacks and 10 or more interceptions. … Panthers have won 11 straight regular-season games. … Carolina looking for first 8-0 start in history. … QB Cam Newton has 28 games with passing and rushing touchdown, second most in NFL history. … RB Jonathan Stewart has rushed for 285 yards and three TDs in past three games. … Panthers have run for 100 or more yards as a team in 18 straight games. … TE Greg Olsen has four TDs in past five games. … Since entering NFL in 2012, LB Luke Kuechly leads league with 519 tackles. … LB Thomas Davis had seven tackles and sack in last meeting with Green Bay. … Kawann Short is tied for NFL lead in sacks by defensive tackle (four). CB Josh Norman is second in the league in interceptions with four. … Panthers coming off first overtime win at home ever vs. Indianapolis. … S Kurt Coleman had eight tackles, three pass breakups and interception vs. Indianapolis on Monday night. … Fantasy Tip: Packers WR Randall Cobb had 121 yards on six catches and TD in last meeting with Panthers.

(Fixes SERIES RECORD to Packers leading 9-4)



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