M.D. Jennings caught the deflected pass, and there was no doubt about this interception.
Then it was simply a matter of how far he could return it.
''The ball was tipped and I was in the right position to make a play on the ball,'' the Green Bay defensive back said. ''I saw a bunch of offensive lineman. I was like `Man, I can't let an offensive lineman tackle me.'''
Jennings went 72 yards to the end zone in the third quarter, and Packers went on to beat the Detroit Lions 24-20 Sunday, moving a step closer to solidifying their playoff chances in the NFC.
It was Jennings who had both hands on the ball in the end zone at the end of a game at Seattle earlier this season, but replacement officials ruled simultaneous possession by him and receiver Golden Tate, giving the Seahawks the winning touchdown.
Green Bay (7-3) has won six of seven since then, including five in a row. The Lions took back the lead after Jennings' touchdown, but they c...