If you could boil the Green Bay Packers' season down to one play right now, this is the one. A highly-predictable Mike McCarthy call that was DOA.
An embarrassment, primarily in preparation, but no doubt in score. Here are five more tidbits from the Green Bay Packers 30-17 loss to the Detroit Lions.
This is what it came down to. Mike McCarthy couldn't take the training wheels off Brett Hundley and the Green Bay Packers' defense couldn't deliver at all.
Green Bay Packers vs. the Detroit Lions. Well, to hell with the Detroit Lions. They are who we always knew they were, aren't they?
The Detroit Lions have been futile in converting third downs this season. The Green Bay Packers haven't been any good since Aaron Rodgers went down.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is now the richest man in football. That's fueling speculation about a new deal for Aaron Rodgers.
The perennial joke of the NFC North, the Detroit Lions, are trying to become less of a joke. They're starting by ditching the playoff appearance banners.
Something we have long known. The Detroit Lions are losers. Have been for a long time, probably will always be. Calvin Johnson has confirmed it.
Quarterbacks are getting big contracts -- contracts bigger than Aaron Rodgers'. When Matthew Stafford signs a new deal, Rodgers might hit a breaking point.
Former Green Bay Packers receiver Jared Abbrederis wasn't quick to sign with a team when he was released. He had a plan and it now looks like a damn good one.
T.J. Lang and Mike Daniels now share the same number. Lang, of course, is now on the Detroit Lions. Daniels is nonetheless not too pleased.
We truly hope Jared Abbrederis gets a legitimate shot with the Detroit Lions, since the Green Bay Packers didn't give him one. Appears off to a good start.
Aaron Rodgers' bromance with T.J. Lang is still alive. Rodgers delivered Lang a gift just like he did the rest of his 2016 offensive line.
When you let a veteran player sign with a division rival and disrespect him on the way out the door he's going to give up your secrets.
The Detroit Lions unveiled some new uniforms this week. Why did they do this? Because they're the Lions and need to create faux excitement any way possible.
The top five cap hits for 2017 make up 40 percent of the Green Bay Packers' salary cap. Here's how that stacks up with other notable teams.