GREEN BAY — Denver was one thing. Then there was Carolina. But Detroit? At Lambeau Field?
The Green Bay Packers were able to make an ugly game interesting on Sunday, November 15th as they returned to Lambeau Field after suffering their first losses of the season to undefeated teams on the road.
They would face the Detroit Lions — a team the Packers have dominated — but that wouldn’t be so on Sunday.
The Packers lost the game — 18-16.
It was the first time the Lions beat the Packers on the road since 1991!
The Packers haven’t seen a three-game losing streak with Aaron Rodgers at quarterback since his first season as starter in 2008.
FOX6’s Tim Van Vooren talks the state of the Green Bay Packers with DE Mike Daniels in the “Blitz Overtime.” Daneils says the Packers, a team that was undefeated just weeks ago, hasn’t lost their confidence — but there’s work to do moving forward:
The Packers face another division rival this Sunday, November 22nd vs. the Minnesota Vikings. Kickoff has been pushed back to 3:25 p.m. for the game you'll only see on FOX6!
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