PACKERSTATS-Game #13-2020 season

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 31-24 win over the Detroit Lions in Detroit on Sunday, December 13, 2020.

• The Packers started the final ¼ of the season with a win over the Lions. From 2010-19, the Packers were 27-13 in Games #13, #14, #15 and #16. That was tied for the second-best record (and the best record of NFC teams) in the final four games of the season in the last 10 years. Topping the list were the New England Patriots with a 30-10 record. The Pack was tied at 27-13 with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
• The Packers have now won four straight against the Lions. They have also won four of the last six games on the road against the Lions.
• The Packers are 13-6 in divisional games played in December since 2010.
• Green Bay has now won seven of their last 10 road games played in December.
• Usually if the Packers don’t score first in a road game, it doesn’t bode well for a victorious outcome. Since the 2015 season, the Packers are 8-16 in road games when their opponents score first in the contest; the Lions scored first in yesterday’s battle.
• Davante Adams had a receiving TD for the eighth straight game. It is the longest streak since Antonio Brown caught a TD pass in eight straight games in 2018. If Adams can catch a TD pass in his ninth straight game next week against the Panthers, he would become the ninth player in NFL history to do so. The NFL record is 13 straight games with a TD reception by Jerry Rice.
• Marquez Valdes-Scantling had a TD reception in the second quarter. The Pack is 6-2 in games when MVS has a TD reception.
• The Packers had four sacks in the game, one each by Dean Lowry, Rashan Gary, Darnell Savage and Kenny Clark. The team has had at least one sack in 12 of their 13 games this season. They are 9-0 in games this season when they have two or more sacks in a game. When they have zero or only one sack in the game, the team is 1-3 this season.
• For the fourth game this season, the Packers’ offensive line did not allow a sack. The team is 4-0 in these games. The last time they had four games in a season where they did not allow a sack was back in 2008.
• With three games remaining in the season, Aaron Rodgers has 39 TD passes and only four interceptions. There has been only three times in NFL history that a QB has had 40 or more TD passes in a season with less than 10 interceptions. Tom Brady first did it in 2007 with 50 TD passes and eight picks. Rodgers has already done it twice; he had 45 TD passes and six interceptions in 2011 and 40 TD passes and seven interceptions in 2016.
• The game was tied at halftime, 14-14. Prior to yesterday’s game, the Packers were 3-10 in their last 13 games when they were tied at halftime on the road.
• Rodgers scored on a seven-yard TD run in the third quarter. It was the 30th rushing TD of his career. The Packers are 17-11 in games when Rodgers scores a rushing TD.
• Rodgers accounted for four TDs in the contest (3 TD passes and one rushing TD). Green Bay is 16-2 in games when Rodgers accounts for four or more scores in a contest.
• Tight End Robert Tonyan caught his ninth TD of the season. He became the fourth Packers tight end to have nine or more TD receptions in a season. Paul Coffman tops the list with 11 TD catches (1983) followed by Keith Jackson with 10 in 1996. Coffman (1984) and Bubba Franks (2001) each had nine TD receptions for the Packers as a tight end.
• Rodgers had a Passer Rating of 133.6 in yesterday’s game. It was the 12th game this season that he had a Passer Rating over 100. The record for most games with a Passer Rating over 100 is 13, jointly held by Patrick Mahomes (2018) and Rodgers (2011).
• Green Bay had 12 penalties in the game, most in a single game since October 7, 2018. They are 10-7 since 2010 in games when they have 10 or more penalties in a contest.
• Davante Adams had seven catches for 115 yards, the 22nd 100-yard game of his career. He is now tied with Donald Driiver for fifth on the team’s all-time list and will tie Greg Jennings with 23 100-yard games with his next 100-yard game. James Lofton tops the list with 32 games with 100 yards receiving as a Packer player.
• Mason Crosby connected on a 58-yard field goal in the game and is now a perfect 15-for-15 in field goals this season. Five kickers in NFL history have gone the whole season and not missed a field goal attempt (minimum of 15 field goals attempted). Indianapolis’ Mike Vanderjagt holds the record in this category; he went 37-for-37 in field goal attempts in 2003. Minnesota's Gary Anderson went 35-for-35 in 1998.
• The Packers are now 10-3 this season. It’s the first time they had back-to-back double-digit win seasons (they won 13 games last year) since 2015 and 2016. Head Coach Matt LaFleur becomes the fifth Packers coach to have back-to-back double-digit win seasons. The others were: Mike McCarthy, Mike Sherman, Mike Holmgren and Vince Lombardi.
• Green Bay has now swept their two games against the Lions in a season in consecutive years.
• The Lions had only 51 yards rushing in the game. The Packers have now won seven straight games when they hold the opposition to less than 60 yards rushing in a game.
• The Packers tied a team record with their ninth game this season where they did not have a turnover. That ties the team record set by last year’s squad. They can break the team record by having no turnovers in one of their final three games. The 2010 New England Patriots hold the NFL record with 11 games that season where they did not have a turnover. They also have the second-best record in this category with 10 games with no turnovers in the 2016 campaign.
• The Pack scored 31 points and had 410 total yards in the game. They have now won 19 straight games when they score 30 or more points with 400+ offensive yards in a game. Since 2010, Green Bay is 30-1 in games where they tally 30+ points and 400+ total yards in the same game.
• The Packers won the Time of Possession game with 35:30 to the Lions 24:30. The Pack has now won 20 of their last 22 games when they have 35:00 or more T.O.P. in a game.
• Here’s the odd stat of the day: Za’Darius Smith did not have a tackle or a sack in the game. Smith has had 29 combined tackles in six home games with 7.5 sacks. In seven away games, he has 16 combined tackles and three sacks.

Capt. Mike’s adds food truck

Captain Mike's Beer and Burger Bar, located at 5118 Sixth Avenue in Downtown Kenosha, has expanded its operations to include a food truck. The truck has been named The Galley, in keeping with the nautical theme of Captain Mike's. Owners Jeanette and Michael Kelly wanted to do something to help those in need in the Kenosha community this year. The food truck has just been completed and they thought they would put it to good use on Thanksgiving Day. 

The Galley Giving event consists of a FREE Thanksgiving Dinner that will be served from the new food truck to anyone in need of a hot meal on the holiday. It will be held Thursday, November 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Library Park, 6039-6063 Eighth Avenue.

Beyond this event, The Galley food truck is available to attend events, workplaces, and festivals. Simply fill out the form on the restaurant’s website: Contact the restaurant at (262) 764-8889 with any questions. Jeanette and Michael Kelly became the owners of Captain Mike’s in July 2019.

PACKERSTATS-Game #5-2020 season

Here are some of the numbers that helped define the Packers 38-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs in Tampa Bay on October 18.

• Aaron Rodgers had two interceptions and no TD passes in the game. In five career games against Tampa Bay, Rodgers has eight TD passes and nine interceptions. Tampa Bay is the only team in the league that Rodgers has more interceptions than TD passes in his career.
• In games that the Packers have won, Rodgers in his career has 282 TD passes and 37 interceptions, a ratio of 7.6 TD passes to one interception. In games the Packers have lost, Rodgers has 94 TD passes and 49 interceptions, a TD/Interception ratio of 1.92.
• Game time temperature was 88 degrees. The Packers are 7-8-1 since 2000 in games where the temperature was 80 degrees or higher at game time.
• Green Bay is 7-7 in their last 14 games that started in the 3:00 to 4:00pm kickoff time.
• The Packers have now lost five of their last six games following the bye week.
• Green Bay is 6-7 against the Bucs since 2000. In the last 10 games the Pack has played in Tampa Bay, they are 2-8.
• Since 2010, Green Bay is 3-12 in games where they score 10 or fewer points.
• The Pack held a 10-0 at the end of the first quarter. Since 2010, the Packers are now 34-7 in games where they tally 10 or more points in the first quarter.
• Rodgers two picks were the two Packers turnovers in the game. Since 2016, the team is 6-13 in games where they have two or more turnovers.
• This was the 16th regular season game in Rodgers’ career where he had two or more interceptions. The team is 7-9 in those games.
• Rodgers Passer Rating was a dismal 35.4. It was the third lowest Passer Rating in his career; his worst was 34.3 against the Buffalo Bills on 12-14-2014.
• Tampa Bay had a 28-10 lead at halftime. The Pack has lost 11 of their last 15 games when they give up 20 or more points to the opposition in the first half.
• The Bucs scored 28 points in the second quarter. It was the 96th time in team history that the Packers allowed an opponent to score 28 or more points in the second quarter. The Packers are 2-94 in those games.
• The Packers were sacked five times by the Bucs defense. Green Bay is 5-18 since the 2010 season when their QBs are sacked five or more times in a game.
• JK Scott punted the ball seven times in the game. It was the first time he punted seven or more times in a game since the Pack’s 14th game last year.
• Aaron Jones had 10 carries for 15 yards, a 1.5 yards per carry average. It was the second worst yards per carry average in Jones career; he had four carries for minus two yards in a game on 12-10-2017 against the Cleveland Browns, a -1.5 average.
• The Packers offense could muster only 201 total yards. They have lost their last 11 games when they have fewer than 210 total yards in a game.
• The Bucs did not have an accepted penalty in the contest. It was the first time since 1997 that a Packers opponent did not have a penalty in a game. In fact, in the Super Bowl era (since 1966), there have now been only four times where an opponent had zero penalties in a game versus the Packers.
• This is the third straight year that the Packers have lost a regular season game by 28 or more points. In 2018 they lost to the Detroit Lions, 31-0; in 2019 it was a 37-8 defeat at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers.
• Green Bay did not have a takeaway in the contest. The team is now 3-18 since the 2015 season in games where the defense does not have a takeaway.
• The Packers have a 4-1 record. They have now started 4-1 in a season 12 times in the Super Bowl era. In the previous 11 times that they started 4-1, they made it to the playoffs nine times; twice they won the Super Bowl (1966 and 1996), twice they advanced to the conference title game but lost (2007, 2019). They have started 5-1 six times since 1966.
• Odd stat of the game: Packers running back Jamaal Williams had two tackles in the game. That was more than defensive standout Za’Darius Smith had in the game; he had no solo tackles and only had an assist on a tackle.

Kenosha County District Attorney dismisses Blake ruling rumors

Contrary to a rumor circulating on social media, Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley said he will not issue a decision Monday on whether to pursue criminal charges against the officer involved in the shooting of Jacob Blake.

Graveley issued the following statement:

“This rumor is purely false. In fact, the use-of-force consultant hired to review the case before it is passed to my office for a final decision on whether to charge, has yet to complete his investigation. There is no announcement to make, as no decision has been made.

“I would like to assure the public that no predeterminations have been made about how my office will act on this case, other than that we will await the results of a full investigation and we will take all of the facts into account as we reach a decision, whenever that may be.”

COVID-19 case at Trevor-Wilmot School

Today, the Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District received notification from the Kenosha County Health Department that a staff member received a COVID-19 test with a result of Abnormal/Positive. This is the first case of the virus reported to the district since students returned to learning on September 1st.

This individual is presently in isolation, per Wisconsin Department of Health Services and Kenosha County Division of Health recommendations. The Kenosha County Division of Health has been working with the school to assist in identifying and reaching close contacts of this individual, who will also be required to quarantine for 14 days from the last date of exposure. Close contacts include those who:

  • Had direct physical contact with any of the infected individuals (e.g.: a hug or handshake).

  • Were within six feet of any of the COVID-19-positive individuals for more than 15 minutes.

  • Had contact with respiratory secretions from any of the infected individuals (e.g.: were

    coughed/sneezed on, had contact with dirty tissue, or shared a drinking glass, food or towels or other personal items.

    Those who did not receive a phone call from the Division of Health or a close contact letter from Trevor-Wilmot were likely not in contact with the COVID-19-positive individual and are therefore not considered to be in a higher-risk group.

    All 7th grade students and homeroom teachers are being moved to Learning at Home and asked to Self-Quarantine effective September 29, 2020. All 8th grade students will be moving to Learning at Home, due to the 8th grade homeroom teachers being asked to Self-Quarantine as they routinely collaborate with 7th grade homeroom teachers. This shift has created a staffing shortage for our school. All students and staff will be returning to our building on Thursday, October 8, 2020.

    District Administrator Dr. Michelle Garven said, “We are taking multiple steps to ensure that
    all students and staff are following recommendations from the Kenosha County Health Department to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. We appreciate their partnership as we continue to work through this pandemic together. We have planned for cases of COVID in our building and appreciate everyone’s patience and flexibility as we pivot to our Learning from Home plans.”

    Together with families and communities, our mission is to create a student-centered, equity based, comprehensive learning environment fostering personal and academic excellence.


Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Grade School District 26325 Wilmot Road Trevor, Wisconsin 53179

262-862-2356, Fax 262-862-9226

District Administrator
Dr. Michelle Garven

Principal Mrs. Tracy Donich

Parents are urged to monitor their students and other family members for any COVID-19 symptoms, including but not limited to: Fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, fatigue, headaches, etc. Those who do become symptomatic should call their health care provider.

“We recognize that quarantines and resulting changes to school schedules can be difficult for students and their families, but we want people to know that these procedures are being put into place to minimize the spread of the virus,” said Kenosha County Health Officer Dr. Jen Freiheit. “I credit Trevor-Wilmot School for its cooperation with the Division of Health’s guidance.”

Those seeking testing for the virus can find a frequently updated list of testing sites in and around Kenosha County at

For information about COVID-19 cases in Kenosha County and measures people can take to protect themselves from the virus, visit the Kenosha County COVID-19 Information Hub website at


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Together with families and communities, our mission is to create a student-centered, equity based, comprehensive learning environment fostering personal and academic excellence.

Kenosha Public Market; Indoor Market beginning Oct 10,2020.

Kenosha Public Market is thrilled to announce that it will host its inaugural indoor market season immediately following the outdoor market season. Beginning October 10, 2020, the Kenosha Public Market will move indoors to Lakefront Dugout, 620 59th Street, in Downtown Kenosha. The indoor market will operate on Saturdays, October 10, 2020 through April 24, 2021. Hours will vary throughout the season, so please take note: October 10, 2020 through December 13, 2020, the market will operate 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., and January 2, 2021 through April 24, 2021, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 

Lakefront Dugout is just seven blocks from the outdoor market location, making it a logical transition for the indoor events. Benefits of the new indoor location include over 7000 square feet of open indoor space, ample nearby parking, including handicap accessible parking on-site. The site is also handicap accessible, making shopping convenient for people of all abilities.

Kenosha Public Market will continue to feature fresh food producers, growers, makers, prepared foods and food trucks. Our board of directors looks forward to continuing to serve the Kenosha community and visitors to our area through the Fall and Winter months. We ask you to remember to be respectful of all current health precautions and respect physical distancing when shopping indoors. Masks or face coverings will be encouraged at the indoor venue.


Additionally, Kenosha Public Market is working on plans for a four day Holiday Market, which will be held Saturday and Sunday December 5 - 6, 2020 as well as the following weekend, Saturday and Sunday December 12 - 13, 2020 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on all four days. 


We will continue to operate our online store, KPM2GO, year round. 


Kenosha Public Market is a not for profit, non-stock organization. 


To learn more visit our website