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Detroit News predictions: Lions vs. Packers

The Detroit News

Josh Katzenstein, John Niyo and Bob Wojnowski of The Detroit News predict the outcome of Sunday's Lions-Packers game.

Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and head coach Jim Caldwell have not had much luck at Lambeau Field.

Josh Katzenstein: Despite the high-powered potential of both offenses, this seems like a game where the Lions and Packers try to get the rushing attack going. For that reason, the Lions should be able to keep it close early, but ultimately the Lambeau losing streak continues. Packers 32-20

John Niyo: The Packers don’t have the same firepower. But they still have the same quarterback. And the Lions still have the same holes they can’t cover up anymore defensively. Packers 28-20

Bob Wojnowski: The Lions are demoralized and the Packers are angry after two straight losses. Not a good combo for Detroit, which last won in Wisconsin when Matthew Stafford was 3 years old. For the 1-7 Lions, the rest of the season is about figuring out the offense, and that starts with Stafford. Maybe they’ll have a hell-with-it attitude and wing it around. Or maybe they’ll do what they always do in Lambeau, and Aaron Rodgers will do what he always does. Packers 42-17