Green Bay Packers are all good to go against the Detroit Lions. Or are they?

  • 9 years ago
DETROIT — Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers started out this year on fire, while the Detroit Lions remained winless for the first half of the season. Now it seems both teams have traded places because the Lions are on a roll, and the Packers are struggling.

Green Bay will head to Detroit this Thursday to kick off Week 13. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers will need to have a good game and he will be looking to his receiving crew of James Jones, Davante Adams and Randall Cobb to stop dropping his passes. The Packers will look to Eddie Lacy for their ground game.

Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford got off to a slow start this season, but it seems like he’s found his rhythm of late. Detroit’s running game has been pretty non-existent, but luckily wide receivers Golden Tate and Calvin Johnson have helped pick up the slack.

Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers will need to have good defensive games for the Packers, while Detroit will be looking to Stephen Tulloch and Glover Quin on defense.

Can Aaron Rodgers and the Packers salvage the rest of the season? Or will the Lions be victorious over the Pack once again?