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    Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions

    On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers (13-3) face the Detroit Lions (2-13-1) at Ford Field, where they are the No. 1 seed in the NFC South. Follow along for updates throughout the day.

    The Green Bay Packers (13-3) will play the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on Sunday to end the regular season (2-13-1). Follow along for updates throughout the day.

    Quarter Four

    The Lions defeated the Packers by a score of 34 to 30. (1:54 remaining)

    At the 2-minute warning, Detroit had a 13-yard reverse by Kalif Raymond, a 28-yard reception by Amon-Ra St. Brown in which he absorbed a hard shot by Henry Black and broke loose for another 15 yards, and a 15-yard pass to tight end Brock Wright to the 14. With 1:54 left in the game, D’Andre Swift went inside of outside linebacker Tipa Galeai, raced past cornerback Isaac Yiadom, and scored to make the score 34-30.

    Lions 27, Packers 30 (4:49 left)

    The Packers took the lead after Jordan Love’s 62-yard touchdown pass to Josiah Deguara. It was merely a screen. Deguara juked one defender, received a pancake block from Lucas Patrick, broke a tackle at the 47-yard line, and then ran the rest of the way. Amari Rodgers also had a good downfield block. Love faked the handoff to Patrick Taylor and sauntered into the end zone on a keeper, going for two and a three-point lead.

    With 6:39 remaining in the game, the Lions lead the Packers 22 to 27.

    With Riley Patterson’s 36-yard field goal putting the Packers up five points, Jordan Love will have to lead the backup offense to a touchdown if the Packers are to win. On a third-and-7 situation, Amon-Ra St. Brown broke wide open on a crossing route for a 15-yard gain. After the play, cornerback Chandon Sullivan was furious. The scoring drive, which was primarily against Green Bay’s No. 2 defense, lasted 7 1/2 minutes and placed pressure on Love, who completed 5-of-9 passes.

    Packers 22, Lions 24 (14:12 left)

    Patrick Taylor concluded a fantastic drive with a 1-yard touchdown run to tie the game at 24-22. On the two-point play, Jordan Love was pressed into an incompletion. On the drive, Taylor rushed eight times for 40 yards and added a 3-yard reception on third-and-2.

    In the third quarter

    Packers 16, Lions 24 (7:38 left)

    Mason Crosby kicked a field goal from 36 yards out. Jordan Love threw a slant to Amari Rodgers on third-and-11, but he was intercepted by A.J. Parker. Tracy Walker squashed tight end Josiah Deguara, who was only a few yards away from Rodgers. The drive started with a 26-yard throw to tight end Dominique Dafney, then AJ Dillon added five carries for 24 yards.

    Packers 13, Lions 24 (12:50 left)

    Following Juwann Winfree’s fumble, which gave the Lions possession of the ball at Green Bay’s 36-yard line, Detroit responded swiftly with another trick play. It was a double-reverse flea-flicker this time, with Jared Goff connecting with tight end Brock Wright for a 36-yard touchdown.

    The Lions defeated the Packers 17-13. (14:31 left)

    The season of Aaron Rodgers has come to an end. Jordan Love has taken his place. Rodgers tossed 37 touchdowns and two interceptions after the catastrophe against the Saints in Week 1.

    Marquez Valdes-Scantling has been ruled out due to a back injury.

    Quarter two:

    The Lions defeated the Packers 17-13. (0:02 left)

    Riley Patterson capped a 10-play scoring drive with a 34-yard field goal just before halftime. On fourth-and-1, Jared Goff connected with Josh Reynolds for an 8-yard gain and a first down on a sprintout against Eric Stokes.

    If Aaron Rodgers’ day goes as planned, he will have thrown two or more touchdown passes in each of his last seven games, breaking a tie with Don Meredith for the second-longest streak in NFL history. In 2010, Tom Brady had a nine-game winning streak.

    Packers 13, Lions 14 (2:34 left)

    Allen Lazard caught a 29-yard touchdown throw from Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers threw a spectacular pass narrowly over linebacker Derrick Barnes. Mason Crosby, on the other hand, missed the extra point. Rodgers has a 135.6 passing rating after going 14 of 18 for 138 yards and two touchdowns.

    After the third play of the series, left tackle David Bakhtiari was replaced by Yosh Nijman. Bakhtiari approached Rodgers near midfield after the commercial break and hugged him. There appears to be no cause for fear from the seventh-floor press box across the field. He took 27 snaps, which is an unusual figure if he was on a snap count; coach Matt LaFleur will provide further information after the game.

    The Lions defeated the Packers 14-7. (7:00 remaining)

    On fourth-and-goal from the two-yard line, Jared Goff connected with Amon-Ra St. Brown for a score. St. Brown made catches of 9, 17, and 21 yards before the touchdown, and the Packers had no answer for him. St. Brown moved in from the right against Kevin King on the play. King and safety Adrian Amos jumped one receiver before the snap, leaving St. Brown wide open for an easy touchdown.

    Lions 7, Packers 7 (12:44 remaining)

    The defense of Detroit made a significant contribution. Ifeatu Melifonwu, a rookie cornerback, intercepted a deep throw intended for Davante Adams on third-and-4. Aaron Rodgers’ only option on fourth-and-4 was a ball to tight end Josiah Deguara in the flat, who was tackled far short of the sticks by safety Tracy Walker. Davante Adams shattered Jordy Nelson’s single-season receiving record on the first play of the drive.

    The very first quarter

    (1:29 left) — Packers 7, Lions 7 — The Lions are rehearsing their game plan.

    This one was a slam dunk. Quarterback Jared Goff passed the ball inside to star receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown, who reversed it to Tom Kennedy. On the play, receiver Kalif Raymond was the running back, and he was wide open. It’s an understatement to say it’s wide open. He received the ball at the 48-yard line and had a chance to score the game-tying touchdown by hopping, skipping, and jumping the final 52 yards.

    The Packers won by a score of 7 to 0 over the Lions (2:57 remaining).

    The Green Bay offense was unable to capitalize on their superior field position. Jessie Lemonier broke free on third-and-9 and sacked Aaron Rodgers. Lucas Patrick, the right guard, appeared to be late for his assignment change.

    The Packers won by a score of 7 to 0 over the Lions (4:29 remaining).

    Maurice Drayton, the special teams coordinator, said his team would be prepared for fakes. They were, in fact. Following a sack by Dean Lowry on third-and-5, Lions punter Jack Fox – who was 2-of-2 passing this season – threw a ball to Godwin Igwebuike on fourth-and-13. Tipa Galeai, the outside linebacker, was ready and had outstanding coverage. Igwebuike failed to make the play despite the beautiful pass. At the 35-yard line, the Packers will take over.

    The Packers won by a score of 7 to 0 over the Lions (7:42 remaining).

    The Packers scored a touchdown on their fourth third-down convert of the first possession. Aaron Rodgers extended the play to his right a little and connected with Allen Lazard for the touchdown. Rodgers surpassed 4,000 passing yards on the first play of the game, a 28-yard grab and run by Lazard. With completions to Davante Adams on third-and-5 and third-and-10, he converted both, as well as a third-and-3 with a ball to Lazard. Adams only needs 6 yards to break Jordy Nelson’s single-season receiving yardage record. Pass protection was improved by the new offensive line, which comprised David Bakhtiari and Josh Myers.

    Bakhtiari and Myers Look Like They’re Ready to Go

    David Bakhtiari will start as left tackle for the first time this season. Josh Myers will start at center in his return to the lineup.

    For warmups, the Packers lined up like this. It’s logical. With two guys returning from lengthy layoffs—a year for Bakhtiari and almost three months for Myers—it makes more sense to get them through warm-ups and into the lineup rather than warm-ups and to the bench.


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