GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP/WVLT) -- Aaron Rodgers threw for three touchdowns and ran for another, Ryan Grant scored twice and Randall Cobb set a single-season franchise record for net yardage Sunday as the Green Bay Packers routed the Tennessee Titans 55-7 on Sunday.
The victory ensured the Packers (11-4) will at least be the NFC's No. 3 seed. They still have a shot at the No. 2 -- and the first-round bye that goes with it -- if Seattle beats San Francisco on Sunday night.
It was the first time the Packers have scored more than 50 points since 2005.
Cobb caught three passes for 62 yards and notched 39 yards on returns, giving him 2,342 yards for the season. The Alcoa native needed just ten yards coming into the game to break the all-purpose single season mark previously held by Ahman Green.
Jake Locker and the Titans (5-10) had a miserable day. Locker was sacked seven times and picked off twice, and Tennessee needed until 1:39 left in the game to avoid the shutout.