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Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions: How we're picking it

5:14 PM, Dec. 8, 2012
In what's becoming a weekly question, can the Packers' makeshift offensive line protect quarterback Aaron Rodgers? Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
In what's becoming a weekly question, can the Packers' makeshift offensive line protect quarterback Aaron Rodgers? Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
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Rob Demovsky (10-2)

Packers 23, Lions 20

The Packers haven't scored more than 24 points since their 31-point outburst against Arizona on Nov. 4, so the days of blowing teams out appear to be over. Plus, the Lions haven't cashed it in as evident by the fact that they've lost their last three games by a total of just nine points. So this still will be a fight.Weston Hodkiewicz (9-3) ...

Packers 28, Lions 20

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