BY ROB REISCHEL
Mason Crosby entered Sunday afternoon having converted 80.62% of his career field goals in the regular season. And since the NFL moved extra points to 33 yards in 2015, Crosby had made 95.28% of those.
Based strictly on those numbers, the odds of Crosby missing four consecutive field goals and an extra point were 1-in-15,019.
But that’s exactly what happened during the Green Bay Packers’ 31-23 loss in Detroit.
In one of the darkest days by a Packers’ specialist in team history, Crosby left 13 points on the Ford Field turf in an eventual eight-point Green Bay loss. C...
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