Packers Scoring Streak Now #2 In NFL

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Following Sunday's game at Indianapolis, the Green Bay Packers have scored in 204 consecutive games. The last time the team was shut out was all the way back on October 27, 1991, 27-0 at Tampa Bay.

The 204-game scoring streak now stands as the second-longest current streak in the NFL, after the San Francisco 49ers had their league-record 420-game run stopped Sunday at Seattle.

Only the Minnesota Vikings (207 games) have a longer current streak than the Packers.

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