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Reggie White, Jeff Hostetler, Max Montoya

Green Bay Packers' Reggie White (92) sacks Los Angeles Raiders quarterback Jeff Hostetler (15) during the second quarter. White was credited with 2.5 sacks in the game and Hostetler left in the third quarter with a concussion.

Game time: Sunday, Dec. 26, 1993, 1 p.m.

Stadium: Lambeau Field

Weather: 0 degrees relative humidity 54%, wind 11 mph, wind chill -20

Score: Green Bay Packers 28, Los Angeles Raiders 0

Coach: Mike Holmgren

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Season record: 9-7, 3rd NFC Central Division, Lost Divisional Round 17-27 vs. Dallas Cowboys

Game notes: With this win, the Packers earned a playoff spot for the first time in regular season since 1972. ... The Green Bay defense dominated the Raiders, holding them scoreless and to just 182 total yards. They forced four turnovers, including a 25-yard fumble returned for a touchdown by LeRoy Butler, and sacked the Raiders' QB duo of Vince Evans and Jeff Hostetler four times each for a total of 52 yards lost. ... Packers quarterback Brett Favre completed 14 of 28 pass attempts for 190 yards and a touchdown. ... Packers running back Darrell Thompson went 21-101-1 and Edgar Bennett went 15-38-1. ... Packers wide receiver Sterling Sharpe caught seven passes for 119 yards and a touchdown. 

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Sterling Sharpe

Green Bay Packers Sterling Sharpe hauls in his 100th pass reception of the season as Los Angeles Raiders' Terry McDaniel closes in during the first quarter. Sharpe caught seven passes for 119 yards and one touchdown.