By BOB McGINN
The highest-paid player in the league and the franchise’s all-time leading scorer killed the Green Bay Packers Sunday at Ford Field.
Aaron Rodgers was so inept in the first half and Mason Crosby was so abysmal throughout that the Packers never really had a chance in their 31-23 defeat at the hands of the Detroit Lions.
By no means are the Lions (2-3) a playoff team. When Matthew Stafford’s off his game, as he admitted afterward that he was, they’re still dangerous at home but roadkill anywhere else.
Nevertheless, immense credit should go to general manager Bob Quinn a...
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