Flashback: Recent Week 14 Packers performances

Posted Dec. 11, 2010 @ 5:12 p.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Take a quick stroll down memory lane with PFW for a recap of the Packers' Week 14 contests each of the last five seasons:

2009: Packers RB Ryan Grant scored a fourth-quarter touchdown to send Green Bay past the Bears 21-14. The Packers took an early 13-0 lead, thanks to Grant's first touchdown and a pair of PK Mason Crosby field goals. Chicago QB Jay Cutler threw a pair of touchdown passes to give the Bears the lead in the third quarter before Grant put Green Bay back on top.

2008: Green Bay's pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns weren't enough, as the Packers fell 24-21 to the Texans. Green Bay managed just one touchdown, a 20-yard pass from QB Aaron Rodgers to TE Donald Lee, through the first three quarters. But trailing by just six, the Packers turned it on. Grant scored on a six-yard run to give Green Bay a one-point lead, but Houston answered with a touchdown pass to Andre Johnson, and converted the two-point conversion to go up seven. Packers WR Jordy Nelson caught a TD pass to tie it up, but the Texans kicked a field goal with no time left for the win.

2007: An 80-yard touchdown grab by Packers WR Greg Jennings was just one of the highlights in Green Bay's 38-7 win over the Raiders. The Packers were clicking in all three phases, carried by a 29-156-1 effort from Grant. QB Brett Favre was 15-of-23 for 266 yards and a pair of touchdowns through the air, and S Will Blackmon scored twice, once on a 57-yard punt return and once on a fumble recovery. 

2006: Packers WR Donald Driver led Green Bay to victory with a 9-160-1 effort in a 30-19 win over the 49ers. The Packers led 17-3 early on before San Francisco scored 10 straight points to cut the deficit to four. But Green Bay answered with 13 consecutive points of their own, including a 68-yard touchdown pass from Favre to Driver, to put the game out of reach.

2005: An overtime field goal from PK Ryan Longwell led the Packers past the Lions 16-13. The Green Bay defense allowed 13 first-quarter points before entering shutdown mode. Trailing 13-3 after the first, RB Samkon Gado scored on a 64-yard run to cut the deficit to three. Longwell added a fourth-quarter field goal to tie things up, and did it again in overtime for the win.