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Packers keep up dominance over Lions at Lambeau

9:17 AM, Dec. 10, 2012
Aaron Rodgers holds up the ball as he runs into the end zone for a third quarter touchdown in Sunday's win over the Lions.
Aaron Rodgers holds up the ball as he runs into the end zone for a third quarter touchdown in Sunday's win over the Lions.
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The Green Bay Packers, as they have for more than two decades uninterrupted, found a way on their home turf to dispatch the Detroit Lions and also took a big step toward winning back-to-back NFC North Division titles on Sunday night.

The Packers fought off a game Lions team for a 27-20 win at Lambeau Field that puts them alone atop the division with only three games remaining in the regular season.

The win puts the Packers, 9-4, one game ahead the Chicago (8-5) after the Bears lost a huge game at division-rival Minnesota on Sunday afternoon. So that means the Bears have to win or tie their ...

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