Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers: Sunday Night Football Live
The Packers come from behind to beat the Lions 27-20 on Sunday Night Football.
Packers win, but Aaron Rodgers fails to throw TD for first time in last 35 home games. 2nd longest such streak ever to Dan Marino (39).— Numbers Never Lie (@ESPN_Numbers) December 10, 2012
The Packers get a 27-20 victory over the Lions at Lambeau Field.
Not the kind of records you want to be setting.
Jason Hanson hits a field goal to make it a 7-point game.
Calvin Johnson's 98 yards tonight put him 241 yards ahead of Jerry Rice at this stage during his record-setting season.
Two-minute warning in Green Bay. The Lions get the ball back at their own 22-yard line trailing by 10 points.
The interception is under review. It looks like the ball hit the ground but it won't matter in the outcome of the game.
A big 4th & 10 coming up for the Lions.
Aaron Rodgers' streak of 35 games in GB with a TD pass in serious jeopardy.Rodgers would improve to 8-0 vs DET with a win.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 10, 2012
Mason Crosby hits a 41-yard field goal to give the Packers a 10-point lead with 4:02 remaning.
Amazing stat by Michaels. 45 of 53 on Packers roster have only played for Packers.— Sean Jensen (@seankjensen) December 10, 2012
Randall Cobb is the Packers' leading receiver tonight.
Again, Aaron Rodgers looks for Randall Cobb when he absolutely needs a completion. Been doing that all season. Thirty-eight yards to the 26.— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) December 10, 2012
A tale of two halves: tonight's rushing numbers.
Going into tonight's game Detroit had been flagged 98 total time, Green Bay 97 times.— JohnPollard (@JPSTATS) December 10, 2012
Ndamukong Suh and Aaron Rodgers exchange some words during a TV timeout.
Just over 7 minutes left to play in Green Bay.
The Packers are getting the ball back with a 7-point lead.
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