By MARK ECKEL
The Green Bay Packers will play their third divisional game in five weeks and their first on the road when they travel to Ford Field to take on the Detroit Lions.
Green Bay is 1-0-1 against the NFC North thus far with a home win against the Bears and a home tie against the Vikings.
This will be the 176th regular-season meeting between the two division rivals in a series that began in 1930. The Packers hold a 98-70-7 advantage in the series. They have also won both playoff games between the two teams.
For the third time this season the Packers will be facing a head c...
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