GREEN BAY, Wis. Mike Daniels. DuJuan Harris. These two lesser-known Packers rookies were the difference in the team's 27-20 victory Sunday night over the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field.
Touchdowns by Daniels -- a defensive lineman who scored on a fumble recovery -- and Harris -- an undrafted first-year player who was added to the active roster Dec. 1 -- sparked Green Bay's win in a game when quarterback Aaron Rodgers didn't even throw a touchdown pass.
"You wouldn't quite expect it from those guys," Rodgers said.
Rodgers scored on a 27-yard run, the longest of his career, but it was the first time in 35 home games in which the NFL's reigning Most Valuable Player didn't throw for a touchdown.
"I've put up plenty of numbers in the past and we've won a lot of games here," Rodgers said. "When you go through a season like last year, you realize that the numbers and the wins in the regular season are nice, but it's all about the championship, especially after you've accomplished a lo...