• Stafford, Lions taking on Rodgers, Packers

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Dec 10, 2012
    A key play on that drive came from an unlikely source as wide receiver Kris Durham, Stafford's former roommate at Georgia and 2011 fourth-round pick of the Seattle Seahawks who has spent the entire season on the Lions' practice squad before being added to the 53-man roster this week, made a spectacular one-handed grab of a Stafford pass to set the Lions' up at the Packers' 6-yard line. The Packers would respond, as Aaron Rodgers led an up-tempo attack, using the no-huddle to quickly drive down to the Lion...
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    • Packers overcome 14-point deficit to beat the Lions, 27-20

      The 2010 Green Bay Packers overcame a multitude of injuries during the regular season to win Super Bowl XLV. The current Packers team is showing the same kind of resiliency. Playing without several key starters, the Packers overcame a 14-point second-qu…
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    • Rapid Reaction: Packers 27, Lions 20

      A few thoughts on Sunday night's events at Lambeau Field: What it means: The Green Bay Packers overcame a two-touchdown deficit and are now within one victory of the NFC North title. They are 9-4 and can clinch the division with a victory next Sunday at…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Lions look good early as weather gets worse

      The Lions didn’t look like an indoor team that hadn’t won in Wisconsin in a couple decades. In fact, they looked like a team that could thrive in a cold, snowy setting. The Lions just took the opening drive 80 yards in 12 plays, with quarterback Matth
  • Chris McCosky: Chris McCosky's Four Downs: Streaky Matthew Stafford goes cold in second half

    The Lions offense was so masterful in the first three possessions Sunday, it had to be what offensive coordinator Scott Linehan has envisioned all season. They had 117 yards rushing in the first half.
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  • Packers tops Lions, close in on NFC North title

    The Packers are a victory away from clinching the NFC North title after beating the Lions 27-20 on Sunday night.
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Sunday night wrap-up: Packers showing new look

    Uh-oh, somebody learned a new trick. The Packers might have just showed something that could make them the favorite in the NFC, something so out of character you want to check IDs. They ran. No, really, the Packers. They did. Honest. The go-ahead touchd…

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