GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Green Bay Packers have a long way to go before they can think about the franchise record for most consecutive wins at Lambeau Field.
They need 15 more wins to tie the record of 25 that was established from 1995 to 1998.
During the current streak, the Packers have outscored their opponents 302-152 and have a plus-6 turnover differential.
Here are some other impressive home streaks that will be put on the line during Monday Night’s game against the Chicago Bears:
When the calendar turns to November, the Packers have been unbeatable since 2010. Over the past three seasons, they have a league-best 13-0 record at home from November through the end of the regular season.
Under coach Mike McCarthy, the Packers have a 19-3 record in home NFC North games. That’s the second-best home division winning percentage in the NFL in that stretch. Only the New England Patriots (20-3) have been better in home division games.
The Packers have won 10 straight home division games, tying for second-longest streak in franchise history. The team record for consecutive home division wins is 18, set from 1994-98.