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Second-quarter summary: Lions 10, Packers 7

Nov. 18, 2012
 

Packers kicker Mason Crosby had a chance to tie the game before the half, but missed twice from 50 yards - first wide right, then wide left after Detroit called a timeout before first attempt.

Lions 10, Packers 7
Mikel Leshoure, 1-yard run, 8:06.
Keys: The Packers struggled to generate much of a pass rush without Clay Matthews on the Lions’ fourth drive, allowing Stafford to go 4-for-4 passes for 55 yards on the drive, including a pair of third-down converting completions to Johnson, which set up Leshoure’s eventual 1-yard touchdown score.
Drive: 10 plays, 74 yards, 5:50

Packers 7, Lions 3
Jermichael Finley, 20-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers, 13:56.
Keys: Packers remained balanced in their pass-run offense, allowing Aaron Rodgers to complete 5-of-6 for 69 yards. On the touchdown play, the Lions shadowed James Starks on a screen pass, which opened up the middle of the field for Finley, who caught the quick pass from Rodgers and scampered into the end zone uninhibited for his first touchdown since Week 1.
Drive: 11 plays, 81 yards, 5:28.

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