Currently leading the NFC North via a head-to-head tiebreaker with the Chicago Bears (8-4), Green Bay beat Minnesota last Sunday, plays Detroit tonight and then finishes the division stretch with a trip to Chicago in Week 15.
With a win in each of the next two games, Green Bay can all but stamp its name on the NFC North crown for the second straight season.
At 4-8, the Lions are now spoiler instead of contender. But there's a little piece of history Detroit can erase with a win at Lambeau Field Sunday night.
Since Dec. 15, 1991, the Lions are a combined 0-21 in the state of Wisconsin. Green Bay's 20-game home winning streak against Detroit is the longest in NFL history against one team.
In the following slides, we'll break down the matchups that will decide whether Green Bay gets a step closer to an division title or Detroit breaks a historic losing streak.