The Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions met in the final game of the season a year ago with the NFC North title on the line. The Packers won, 31-24.
This year the two teams meet again at Detroit’s Ford Field with much less at stake, like nothing but pride.
Green Bay (7-8) and Detroit (8-7) will meet Sunday for the 175th time in the long-time rivalry in which the Packers hold a commanding 98-69-7 advantage. The Lions, however, will look for their first season sweep of the Pack since 1991.
Here’s how the staff at bobmcginn.com sees the game.
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