GREEN BAY (6-0) at DENVER (6-0)
Sunday, 8:30 p.m. ET, NBC
OPENING LINE - Packers by 3
RECORD VS. SPREAD - Packers 5-1, Broncos 4-2
SERIES RECORD - Tied 6-6-1
LAST MEETING - Packers beat Broncos 49-23, Oct. 2, 2011
AP PRO32 RANKING - Packers No. 2, Broncos No. 5.
PACKERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (11), RUSH (8), PASS (22).
PACKERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (14), RUSH (22), PASS (12).
BRONCOS OFFENSE - OVERALL (29), RUSH (30), PASS (18).
BRONCOS DEFENSE - OVERALL (1), RUSH (4), PASS (1).
STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Fourth all-time meeting between teams 6-0 or better, and first since New England (8-0) at Indy (7-0) on Nov. 4, 2007. Patriots won, 24-20. ... Green Bay is 23-7 in Sunday night games, top percentage in league. ... QB Aaron Rodgers has thrown for 3,734 yards and 31 TDs in 13 Sunday night contests. ... Packers are 8-1 after bye week under coach Mike McCarthy. ... Green Bay looking for 7-0 start for first time since 2011, when it went 15-1. ... Since start of last season, Rodgers has thrown 53 TDs and seven interceptions. ... Second time Rodgers and Peyton Manning are squaring off as starting QBs. In 2008 at Lambeau Field, Rodgers led Packers to 34-14 win over Manning and Colts. ... LB Clay Matthews has sack in 10 of last 15 games. ... Broncos will induct owner Pat Bowlen into Ring of Fame at halftime Sunday. ... Only time Broncos started 7-0 was in 1998, when they won Super Bowl after finishing 14-2. ... With win, Manning ties Brett Favre for most victories (186) by QB in regular season. ... WR Emmanuel Sanders needs 39 yards receiving for 4,000 in career. ... LB DeMarcus Ware one sack away from tying Lawrence Taylor and Leslie O'Neal (132 1-2) for 11th on all-time list. ... Denver ranks first in total defense, pass defense and sacks. ... Broncos have yet to allow any points in first quarter. ... Denver has 17 takeaways (nine interceptions, eight fumbles). Team has committed 11 turnovers (10 interceptions, one fumble). It's second-best differential in league, behind Giants. ... Fantasy Tip: Might want to consider starting Denver RB Ronnie Hillman over C.J. Anderson. Hillman had 111 yards rushing at Cleveland before bye week.
AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP-NFL