Found September 16, 2013 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Mike McCarthy knew the statistic without hesitation. It may have taken him 24 hours to find out, but the Green Bay Packers' coach was very much aware of the historic performance that his group of receivers had Sunday in a Week 2 victory over the Washington Redskins. Though it was quarterback Aaron Rodgers who garnered most of the post-game attention for the records that he broke, it was the Packers' receiving corp who deserve a lot of the credit for that. Of Rodgers' 480 passing yards, 295 of it was gained in yards after catch (YAC). If that sounds like a lot, that's because it is. "Second-most ever, I think," McCarthy said Monday. "I heard about it, yeah." McCarthy was correct. According to STATS LLC, not since the Houston Oilers in a mid-November game during the 1992 season has an NFL team posted that many yards after catch. However, even after McCarthy watched the game film Monday, it still didn't quite add up to him ...
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