Might as well go for a field goal.
Sorry, I was playing Silverstein rules.
Well, that sack will force the issue. The Packers will run out the clock.
PACKERS 31, LIONS 10 HALFTIME
Not sure if I mentioned this, but Ripkowski has back injury.
I'm going to give you some stats and then I'll hand it over to Michael Cohen for some questions.
Rodgers is 12 of 18 for 174 yards, 4 TDs, 137.5 rating
Nelson has 6 catches for 101 yards, 2 TDs
Lacy has six carries for 42 yards.
Stafford is 12 of 21 for 15 yards and a TD and INT, 84.4 rating.
Theo Riddick has six carries for minus-11 yards.
Both teams have 211 yards.
Packers have 11 first downs to Detroit's 10.
Both teams have 211 yards of total offense. That can be a misleading stat too.
Happy to be here. I missed you all.
Randall left the game with an injury. He returned for one play, then left again and went to the locker room. The Packers have not said what it was.
This offense is definitely improved from last week. More wrinkles, more personnel changes, much better protection from Rodgers. But like you said, the Lions are decimated with injuries right now. And they aren't a great defense to begin with.
Haven't seen any Packers players kneel during the national anthem this season.
They announce the injuries periodically in the press box. They get radioed up from the sideline.
Well, Joe Thomas has played pretty darn well. Thin at ILB for sure, but Thomas is holding his own. Corner is a different story. It's starting to resemble a morgue.
They worked him out. Just like they worked out Spiller. Just like they work out a couple guys each week, typically.
Not sure. There was a report by ESPN that said it will be a few more weeks.
He had a gash on his nose from practice a few days ago. It opened up again today.
No, I don't think McCarthy did that. The injuries were probably significant. You can't be confident going into a game without 5 defensive starters.
It seems as if the early bye will be fortuitous, yes. At this point, the training room is getting pretty full.