Detroit Lions: 5 Factors in Loss to Green Bay Packers

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Detroit Lions: 5 Factors in Loss to Green Bay Packers
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It was a long day for Detroit.

The Detroit Lions' losing streak at Lambeau Field swelled to 23 games, as the Lions went down to the Green Bay Packers 22-9.

The positive for Detroit was it only allowed Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers to throw one touchdown in the game—the negative was that Matthew Stafford tossed the Lions’ lone TD with about 58 minutes of the game completed.   

It wasn’t quite the shootout that was expected between the NFC North rivals, as both teams’ defenses shined Sunday.

Now, we’ll look at five factors that led to Detroit’s loss to the Packers.

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