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Aaron Rodgers took every hit the Detroit Lions could dish out. He just kept throwing — and winning. Rodgers threw two touchdown passes and the Green Bay Packers built a big lead in the third quarter.
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Despite the Green Bay Packers extended their unbeaten run at the weekend to 10 straight games at the weekend, quarter-back Aaron Rodgers spent most of his post-game press conference lamenting the single interception he threw. The Packers’ run this season has certainly made NFL Bets more interesting.
The Packers have been unstoppable this season and currently sit at the top of...
In leading the Packers to a 10-0 record, Rodgers is on pace to have the greatest statistical season by a quarterback in NFL history.
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Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay team has a fire under their butts that is keeping them going with absolutely no signs of stumbling in their future. Green Bay is playing like a team that wants to win and their fancy 27-15 defeat of the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day was a sure sign of that. The defending champion...
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are trying to keep their perfect record intact as they take on Ndamukong Suh and the Detroit Lion's ninth-ranked NFL defense at Ford Field.
As usual, Aaron Rodgers had a strong game, especially after a key second-half change by coach Mike McCarthy. For a change of pace, the pass defense was exceptional in bagging three interceptions and slowing down Calvin Johnson.
The first of the Thanksgiving Day games is in the books, and for the first half was extremely competitive. The Lions held onto the ball for long drives and kept Aaron Rodgers and the Packer offense on the bench, however they failed to score on any … [visit site to read more]Game one in the Books: Pack 27 Lions 15 - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Happy Thanksgiving, Packer fans! It's that time of year again when we give thanks for all our blessings. Much to be grateful for, indeed. Not least of which is our beloved Green Bay Packers, of course. The Super Bowl Champion, 10-0 (16-0 going back to last season) Packers.Today's game between the Packers and the up-and-coming Lions is the main course in today's triumvirate...
DETROIT -- Aaron Rodgers took every hit the Detroit Lions could dish out. He just kept throwing -- and winning.
Kyle Vanden Bosch slapped with an illegal hands to the face penalty, but it looked like Ndamukong Suh did the same thing. We've now got a third-and-1 for the Packers at the Lions 46.
Ben Graham's punt generated a few groans here at Ford Field. It was an attempt that sailed to the Packers' 22, a 29-yard punt. The punt went out of bounds at the 22. Aaron Rodgers takes over. Remember he's completed a league-high 72 percent of his passes through the Packers' first 10 games.
Detroit trails 7-0, but has some big advantage statistically. The Lions holds a 15:43 to 9:26 edge in time of possession and 152-86 edge in offensive yards. Matthew Stafford threw an interception that led to Aaron Rodgers 3-yard TD pass to Greg Jennings.
A big problem for the Lions: the team's
Power rankings. You hate them. They’re so arbitrary and pointless, especially when they include all 32 NFL teams. All you want to know after a good week of NFL action is who the bestest team in the NFL right now, and which one is the absolute barrel-scraping worst. The one so terrible, Adam Sandler is gonna make a hastily written, lazily directed comedy out of it. That’s why...