GAME ANAL­Y­SIS

Pack­ers vs. Lions

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Rick Klauer: The Pack­ers have lost two games against strong op­po­nents so there’s no need for fans to panic. The Lions are the per­fect rem­edy. Pack­ers 34, Lions 17

Bob Fri­day: W-O-R-R-Y. Coach Mike “There is noth­ing wrong with our team” McCarthy fixed noth­ing be­tween the Den­ver and Car­olina games. Even dis­com­bob­u­lated Detroit should not be taken for granted, road los­ing streak against Green Bay notwith­stand­ing. Pack­ers 30, Detroit 22

Martin Hen­dricks: Detroit (1-7) is in turmoil on and off the field. Not even a bye week to pre­pare will be enough for Lions to break their los­ing streak at Lam­beau Field. Pack­ers 33, Lions 20

Kisha Golden: Af­ter two con­sec­u­tive, em­bar­rass­ing de­feats on the road, the Pack­ers re­turn to their safe haven with hopes of some good ol' home cookin'! Pack­ers 28, Lions 10

Michael Co­hen: I was an in­fant the last time the Lions won in Wis­con­sin. The streak con­tin­ues. Pack­ers 29, Lions 23

Rob Reischel: Let's not sug­ar­coat it. The Pack­ers are a mess. The quar­ter­back was “scared” last week. The de­fense was fight­ing it­self. But the Lions are a big­ger dump­ster fire, and Green Bay should fix much of what ails it Sun­day. Pack­ers 31, Lions 20

TNS

Re­ceiver Calvin John­son re­mains a for­mi­da­ble weapon for Detroit.

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