Packers extend lead after two Stafford interceptions

Posted by ttwentyman on November 24, 2011 – 3:58 pm

This one is getting out of hand after two second-half interceptions by Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford.

The Packers scored on a 65-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to James Jones after the first and Packer kicker Mason Crosby hit a 35-yard field goal after the second.

The Packers now lead 24-0 with 1:10 left in the third quarter.


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6 Responses to “Packers extend lead after two Stafford interceptions”

  1. By The Q on Nov 24, 2011 | Reply

    what a day…

  2. By Ghost of Bobby Layne on Nov 24, 2011 | Reply

    I want Matthew and Suh traded and at least one coach fired.

  3. By spielman on Nov 24, 2011 | Reply

    Thank you Lions for ruining 900,000 Detroit Thanksgiving meals.
    Thank you Ndamukong Suh for proving to the whole country that you’re a dirty player. A thug.
    Thank you stafford for throwing 9 intro’s in 2 games, and proving you can’t hit crap with a broken finger.
    Thank you Jim Schwartz for proving you don’t have ant control over your team yet, and keep getting cheap penalties.
    At least the tigers tried there best to win for a troubled city.

  4. By redwingliger on Nov 24, 2011 | Reply

    To trade Matthew Stafford and Ndamukong Suh would be stupid!!! I would like to see much more discipline from Ndamukong Suh and if he continues to draw penalties for stupid plays I’d like to see him get benched until he gets the message. Scott Linehan needs to decide whether he wants to be an offensive coordinator, or a quarterbacks coach and choose one job instead of spreading himself too thin by trying to do both. You have to remember that Stanford is young and he needs to be coached up so he makes better decisions because he does make some poor decisions at times. While I am on the subject of coaching… Jim Schwartz you need to stop making excuses for your players that draw stupid penalties, and start disciplining them for it. I remember when he first got here and had to assigne parking places because the players weren’t intelligent enough to know what the lines in the parking lot were for. I don’t know what happened to that Jim Schwartz, but he needs to come back and take control of this team again.

  5. By Richard Heyman on Nov 24, 2011 | Reply

    I blame Lenihan for not going to Calvin allot more. Is there some reason they don;t throw the comeback pass to CJ? CJ going downfield and coming back to the ball would be unstoppable. There are not near enough plays called for CJ, Pettigrew and Scheffler. And why don’t we go deep earlier in a game and test their CBs, early in the game?

  6. By Ghost of Bobby Layne on Nov 24, 2011 | Reply

    because the Lions are a mediocre team with an over hyped QB.

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