A road win, a division win and a fifth consecutive win. The now-7-3 Packers are on a roll and starting to get hot at the right time of the season. Green Bay wasn't dominant in this game, but the team did enough to knock off a desperate NFC North rival.
Handing out grades following the Packers' 24-20 win over the Detroit Lions:
Passing Offense: B-
This was one of those games from Aaron Rodgers that would be a pretty good performance for the majority of NFL quarterbacks, but it's not up to the standard that the Packers' MVP QB is capable of. Rodgers completed 19 of his 27 passes for 236 yards with two touchdown passes and one interception. He was also sacked three times.
Rodgers' interception was one that he rarely makes, an underthrown pass in which the defender (Detroit's Jacob Lacey) barely had to change his running path in order to grab. There weren't many poorly thrown balls from Rodgers in this game -- with at least three drops among his eight incompl...