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Lions coaches have heated discussion on the sideline in loss to Packers Updated Nov 18, 2012
With 1:13 left in the fourth quarter of the Detroit Lions' 24-20 loss to the Detroit Lions, frustration finally seemed to boil over for a 4-6 team that expected better things this season. The 2011 Lions finished 10-6, grabbed the franchise's first playo…
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  • Packers: Substance of 2012 > Style of 2011 Nov 18, 2012
    DETROIT -- Remember what Aaron Rodgers told us this summer? As he sat in the locker room after a late-July practice, Rodgers said the Green Bay Packers would be a better team in 2012 than they were in 2011 -- when they finished the regular season 15-1. …
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  • Reality hits hard for the Lions Nov 18, 2012
    DETROIT -- The Detroit Lions sure had the look of a disintegrating team Sunday at Ford Field. Understandable but unfortunate frustration emerged in the latter stages of a 24-20 loss to the Green Bay Packers, one that left them with a 4-6 record, includi…
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  • Cam Newton Gives A Small Child A Football And An Epileptic Fit: Your Sunday NFL GIF Roundup Nov 18, 2012
    We'll be putting all our GIFs for the day here, from the happiest person you'll ever see on the receiving end of a ball from Cam Newton, to the Cowboys onside kicking in the third quarter, and failing. We'll update the post as the later games conclude, …
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  • Green Bay wins, but what the heck is wrong with Mason Crosby?

    Mason Crosby has a good NFL track record. The Packers kicker hit at least 75 percent of his field-goal attempts in each of his first five seasons. Last season he hit at an 85.7 percent clip, a career best. There was no reason to believe he'd become one …
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  • Packers come back to win in Detroit

    It wasn’t easy for the Packers on Sunday in Detroit. But they’ll take it. Green Bay struggled with penalties and missed field goals and trailed most of the game against the Lions, but in the end an Aaron Rodgers hit Randall Cobb on a 22-yard touchdown
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  • Matthew Stafford finds Calvin Johnson Nov 18, 2012
    DETROIT -- The Green Bay Packers have intercepted Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford twice and defensed a half-dozen other passes, depending on how tough of a grader you are. But a risky and ultimately failed attempt at a third interception just…
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  • Packers at Lions Week 11 Inacitves Nov 18, 2012
    Packers: CB Sam Shields, WR Greg Jennings, S Charles Woodson, LB Clay Matthews, WR Jarrett Boykin TE Andrew Quarless, LB Terrell Manning Lions: QB Kellen Moore, DE Ronnell Lewis, S Louis Delmas, OT Corey Hilliard, OT John Fox, DT Corey Williams, WR Bria…
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  • Packers-Lions: Approaching kickoff Nov 18, 2012
    DETROIT -- Greetings from Ford Field, which welcomed me so kindly I felt competed to document it on our new NFC North Instagram account (kevinseifert_espn), also viewable on Twitter. We've got the list of inactive players for Sunday's game between the D…
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  • Davis' career-high 28 points can't save Hornets Nov 18, 2012
    Monta Ellis scored six of his 22 points in the final 2 minutes to help theMilwaukee Bucks hold off the New Orleans Hornets 117-113 on Saturday night.
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  • Video - Sunday Breakdown: Week 11 01:54

    Sunday Breakdown: Week 11

    Nov 18
    Jim Basquil and Eric Allen take a look at two key plays from week 11 of the NFL
  • Video - Finley On Packers' Road Win 00:50

    Finley On Packers' Road Win

    Nov 18
    Jermichael Finley talks with Bob Holtzman about the Packers' ability to win on the road without key starters.
  • Video - Sunday Blitz: Packers-Lions Recap 01:49

    Sunday Blitz: Packers-Lions Recap

    Nov 18
    Cary Chow and Cris Carter break down the Packers' 24-20 win over the Lions
  • Video - Packers postgame press conference 06:27

    Packers postgame press conference

    Nov 18
    Packers react following game with Lions