Detroit Lions

Charles Woodson Comes Up Big in Packers' Win vs. Lions

Logan SchellContributor ISeptember 14, 2008

The Green Bay Packers took on the Detroit Lions today in Detroit, Michigan. They came in after their big Monday Night Football win versus the Minnesota Vikings.

The Packers got off to a big lead in the first half after Arron Rodgers threw for three touchdowns. Then the Lions hit a field goal to have the score 21-3 going into halftime.

In the third quarter, Hanson came out and hit two field goals. Mason Crosby hit one of his own.

In the fourth quarter, Calvin Johnson caught two touchdowns and Hanson kicked another field goal to give the Lions a 25-24 lead.

The Packers went down the field due to a big play from Aaron Rodgers to Greg Jennings and kicked a field goal to give them the lead.

On the following possession, Jon Kitna threw an interception to Charles Woodson on a pass that was intended for Calvin Johnson. The Packers went down and scored on a 19 yard run by Brandon Jackson.

The next time the Lions' offense was on the the field, Kitna threw another interception to Charles Woodson who took it in for a score. Then the Packers defense intercepted another one and Collins took it to paydirt. After that the Lions pulled Kitna.

The final score was Packers 48 Lions 25.

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