GREEN BAY, Wis. Aaron Rodgers did not want to be the quarterback responsible for ending the Packers' 21-year win streak over the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field. But early in the second quarter Sunday night, it was starting to look as if Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was going to help his team snap the skid that began in 1991 when he was only three years old.
"It was actually on my mind when it was 14-nothing," Rodgers said after the game. "I was thinking, 'This would be a waste of a beautiful day to end that streak; playing in the snow with a great crowd.' We've, for whatever reason, been able to come out on the right side of the meetings with the Lions the last 21 times.
"Hopefully we can keep that going as long as I'm playing here."
A 14-0 Detroit lead wasn't enough for the Lions to hang on Sunday night. Rodgers ran in a touchdown from 27 yards out, undrafted rookie running back DuJuan Harris scored on a 14-yard run, defensive lineman Mike Daniels picked up a fumble and r...