Odd facts from a fantastic win:

The Packers held the ball for 21:40 of the second half, compared to Cleveland’s 8:20. That’s what happens when you score fast.

Andra Davis: 12 solo tackles, 7 assists, and the cause of a key interception. That’s a monster game. (Not one Packer was credited with more than six tackles.)

Daylon McCutcheon, with seven combined tackles, was strong on run support, plus he broke up two passes and picked off another. The little guy is back in a big way.

Kyle Richardson punted four times, and the Packers started inside their 20 in each instance. Encouraging.

The Dilfer-to-Edwards 80-yard touchdown is the NFL’s longest play from scrimmage this season.

The Browns scored at least six points in each quarter yesterday. In the previous three years, they managed that feat just four times. They lost three of those games.

If you made a pre-season bet that after two games Trent Dilfer would have more passing yards and a higher rating than playoff QBs Payton Manning, Tom Brady, Daunte Culpepper, Drew Brees, Matt Hasselbeck, and Brett Favre, it’s time to collect. (Yeah, me neither.)