A statistical look at Thursday’s games:
2: Interceptions returned for touchdowns by the Panthers in their 33-14 win over the Cowboys.
3: Interceptions thrown by Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo before he left with a collarbone injury.
3: Touchdown receptions by the Lions’ Calvin Johnson in a 45-14 win over the Eagles.
5: Touchdown passes by the Lions’ Matthew Stafford in a 45-14 win over the Eagles.
6: Total penalties in the Lions-Eagles game.
11: Team-high rushing yards by both the Cowboys’ Darren McFadden and Robert Turbin.
15: Consecutive regular-season wins by the Panthers.
59: Seconds it took the Panthers to score their first touchdown.
98: Edge the Panthers had in rushing yards over the Cowboys (129-31).
105: Rushing yards by the Packers’ Eddie Lacy, which was more than the combined rushing yards by the Eagles (68) and Cowboys (31).
192: All-time regular season games between the Bears and Packers (Chicago leads the series 94-92-6, with its 17-13 win over Green Bay).
203: Edge in total yards the Lions had over the Eagles (430-227).
250: Career passing touchdowns by the Packers’ Aaron Rodgers. The Packers retire Brett Favre’s No. 4 on Thursday. Favre threw 442 touchdown passes as a Packer.
Compiled by Jeff Caraska