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The Patriots (.718) and the Packers (.624) each lead their conference in regular-season win percentage since meeting in the Super Bowl in 1997. They have split their last four games and the last two were decided by a combined nine points - 26-21 GB at Lambeau in 2014 and 31-27 NE at Gillette in 2010.

The Packers fell to the Rams, 29-27, in Los Angeles in Week 8 for their fifth straight loss on the road. Green Bay has not lost six or more in a row on the road since 1990-1991.

The Patriots defeated the Bills, 25-6, in Buffalo in Week 8 and are 5-0 after starting the season 1-2. New England has won its last nine regular-season games in Foxborough - dating back to Week 7 of 2017 -- by an average margin of 15.3 points.

Aaron Rodgers will be making his 150th career start this week. Rodgers has 325 passing TDs, 54 300-yard passing games and just 78 interceptions through 149 starts. All of those numbers would already be the best among QBs through 150 starts except the total of 300-yard games, which is tied with Drew Brees.

Last week in Buffalo, Tom Brady failed to throw for a TD for the first time since last season at Buffalo (Week 13). Brady's 324 passing yards were his most in a zero-TD performance since Week 3 of 2005 at Pittsburgh (372 yards). He hasn't had back-to-back games with 0 TDs since 2006.

New England's defense has picked off opposing passers 11 times this season, tied for the second most in the NFL. Meanwhile, Aaron Rodgers has thrown just one interception this season, tied with Drew Brees for the fewest among quarterbacks with at least 100 attempts.

 

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This will be a very boring Patriots win.

:Pats: 31

:Packers: 20

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Outside of like 5 players the Packers are pretty trash. Oh and McCarthy vs Hoodie. I bet Rodgers will get some garbage time points to make this look closer than it is.

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Packers are going to come out and dominate for like a quarter or two then get blown out and outplayed to close the game out because Mike McCarthy cannot make mid-game adjustments. 

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Very dissapointed in the outcome of this game. Not based on who won, but I had this circled as the game of the year. At least the Pats / Chiefs game a few weeks back was epic. 

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