It probably means little to Cleveland Browns fans, but Mike McCarthy won his 84th game when the Packers beat the Browns 31-13.
That ties for the most career wins in the Packers illustrious history.
The person he's tied with?
Mike Holmgren, who made a cameo in Cleveland for a couple years as team president.
More folks in Cleveland probably are interested in whether coach Rob Chudzinski considered replacing Brandon Weeden in Lambeau Field. Chudzinski said that thought did not enter his mind.
As for the future after Weeden's 42-pass, 149-yard day, Chudzinski merely said he'd play the guys who give the team the best chance to win.
As today's Morning Brownies show, some are ready for a change, and most are angry at a lot of things related to the Browns.
Terry Pluto of the Plain Dealer says it's time to make a change and give Jason Campbell a shot. "Since the Browns have returned in 1999, Weeden may be the most frustrating quarterback to wear an orange helmet," Pluto wrote. "He has the physical size (6-3, 220) and the arm strength to be an effective NFL quarterback. But there is so much more to the position than being able to throw a football a long way."
Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram didn't call for a change, but he did admit that "the loss is again about Weeden." He added: "He was grossly outplayed by Rodgers, couldn’t get in the end zone until 6:09 left and threw another ill-advised pass under duress. So much for rebounding from the scoreless second half last week in the loss to the Lions."
Also writing for the Plain Dealer was Bud Shaw, but his target for ire was Josh Gordon, who caught two passes, none before the fourth quarter. "Gordon isn't great," Shaw writes. "He simply has great ability. And he doesn't have the luxury of blending in on an offensively-challenged team."
There were many more targets for Marla Ridenour of the Akron Beacon-Journal. She opined that this Browns team has "too many issues on too many fronts to defeat a team quarterbacked by Aaron Rodgers ..." Can't really argue that point.
In Green Bay, Mike Vandermause of the Press-Gazette pointed out the Packers were without two of their top receivers in Randall Cobb and James Jones and without three of their four starting linebackers, including Clay Matthews. "How are they surviving when their roster resembles a M*A*S*H unit?" he asks. Simple. They just go out and do it.