By BOB McGINN
The Green Bay Packers suffered their most lopsided defeat in 12 years.
The Detroit Lions posted their first shutout in 22 years.
One team was momentously bad and the other momentously good Sunday when the Packers were blistered by the Lions, 31-0, at Lambeau Field.
The Packers haven’t lost by that many points since the New England Patriots defeated them, 35-0, in November 2006 when Mike McCarthy was the first-year coach in Green Bay and the Patriots were en route to a 12-4 record.
These Lions, a 7 ½-point underdog, finished 6-10 after sweeping Green Bay for the sec...
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