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Second-quarter summary: Lions 14, Packers 10

Dec. 9, 2012
 

ns 14, Packers 10
Mike Daniels, 43-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown (Crosby kick), 6:15.
Keys: With the Lions again building momentum on their third drive, Matthew Stafford whiffed a throw on first down with the Lions spread out and no one in the backfield. A pursuing Daniels picked up the fumble, avoided a would-be tackle by Gosder Cherilus to take it 43 yards for the score.

Lions 14, Packers 3
Mason Crosby, 49-yard field goal, 10:52.
Keys: Randall Cobb had a 29-yard return to give the Packers the ball at their own 38 before Aaron Rodgers hit Greg Jennings for 27 yards on the first play of the drive after Jennings snuck behind the Lions’ zone. James Jones had his first drop of the year on the drive off a wide receiver screen before Alex Green ran for 12 yards on second-and-18 to set up Crosby’s eventual 49-yarder.
Drive: 6 plays, 31, 1:55.

Lions 14, Packers 0
Tony Scheffler, 3-yard pass from Stafford (Hanson kick), 12:47.
Keys: The Packers remained in nickel with only four defensive linemen and could not find an answer for the Lions, who saw only one third down on the drive. The biggest play came on a Stafford pass along the sideline to Kris Durham, who caught it with only one hand over the coverage of Davon House for a 27-yard gain. Two plays later, Stafford hit Schleffer on a quick slant for a touchdown.
Drive: 11 plays, 79 yards, 5:48.

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