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Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions: 3 things to watch

4:03 PM, Dec. 8, 2012
Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson makes a reception behind Detroit Lions safety Louis Delmas during the Thanksgiving game Nov. 22 at Ford Field in Detroit.
Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson makes a reception behind Detroit Lions safety Louis Delmas during the Thanksgiving game Nov. 22 at Ford Field in Detroit.
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Lions' secondary is vulnerable

For all the Packers' long-term issues in the run game and last week's bruised knee that has sidelined halfback James Starks, this game offers them a good matchup because the Lions' weakness is their secondary. Detroit's best defensive back, safety Louis Delmas, returned from a knee injury to play part time the last two games but missed practice Friday and is questionable (50 percent chance of playing) for Sunday. But even with him, the Lions are vulnerable on the back end. Chris Houston is their best cornerback but isn't a true No. 1 and probably ...

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