Packers-Falcons: By the Numbers

Tramon Williams, left, and Nick Collins celebrate.

Facts, figures from Green Bay's 27-24 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at Lambeau Field

0 - First downs for the Packers in the first quarter. Atlanta had eight first downs.

3 - Straight losses by the Packers is the longest losing streak since 2006 when they lost three straight between Nov. 19 and Dec. 3 to the New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks and New York Jets. The Packers finished 8-8 in Mike McCarthy's first season as head coach.

4 - Opponents have rushed for 176 or more yards against the Packers this season.

9 - Penalties by the Packers for a total of 97 yards. The Falcons had two penalties enforced against them for 15 yards.

11 - Total tackles by cornerback Tramon Williams, a career high, including 10 solo tackles.

13 - Holding penalties enforced against the Packers this season on offense, defense and special teams, tops in the NFL.

40 - Career touchdowns by Packers wide receiver Donald Driver. He is the eighth player in team history to record 40 touchdown catches.

100 - Straight games that Driver has had at least one catch, three behind Sterling Sharpe (103) on the team's all-time list.

132 - Yards receiving by Falcons wide receiver Roddy White on eight catches, all in the first half.

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