By Nick Freimuth
The Detroit Lions had Green Bay’s number Monday night in a 30-17 victory. It marked just the second win for Detroit at Lambeau Field in 25 years. The Packers offense was able to muster just 153 yards of total offense through three quarters of play and only three points. Defensively, Green Bay surrendered over 400 yards to the Lions offense.
Brett Hundley rushed for his second career touchdown with 9:52 left to play in the fourth quarter to cut the Lions lead to 20-10. Matthew Stafford and the Lions answered almost immediately with a 63-yard screen play by Theo Riddick that set up the game clinching touchdown to Marvin Jones.
Jamaal Williams scored on a one-yard touchdown run at the end of the game to make the score look a bit more respectable.
Green Bay falls to (4-4) on the season and two games back of the Minnesota Vikings who were on bye in week nine. The Packers travel to Soldier Field to face the Bears Sunday at noon for another pivotal divisional match-up.