Green Bay, Wis. — With the NFC North on the line today at Lambeau Field, both the Lions and Packers are nearly at full strength as neither team has any surprise inactives.

For the Lions (11-4), defensive tackle Nick Fairley will miss his eighth straight game with a knee injury, but the other six inactives are healthy scratches.

For the Packers (11-4), cornerback Davon House will miss his third straight game with a shoulder injury, but he'll be the only key player missing.

The winner of today's game, which begins at 4:25 p.m., will clinch the NFC North and a first-round bye.

Wide receiver Ryan Broyles, quarterback Kellen Moore, defensive end Larry Webster, defensive tackle Caraun Reid, cornerback Josh Thomas and guard Rodney Austin are also inactive for the Lions. With Austin inactive, Darren Keyton will be the Lions' only backup to center Travis Swanson, a rookie who is making his first start at the position with Dominic Raiola suspended.

Green Bay's other inactives are running back DuJuan Harris, linebacker Carl Bradford, center Garth Gerhart, tight end Justin Perillo, defensive tackle Bruce Gaston and wide receiver Jeff Janis, an East Tawas native who played at Saginaw Valley State.

The Packers have three quarterbacks active with Aaron Rodgers dealing with a calf injury. Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien will be his backups.