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Plenty Has Changed for Flynn, Packers, Lions

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It will be two vastly different teams on the field Thursday when Matt Flynn faces Matthew Stafford. For Flynn, it's been three teams and two years since he lit up the Lions. For Stafford, the tale of the talent tape is in Detroit's favor due to injuries.

Time waits for no one or no team. An incredible amount has changed since Green Bay Packers quarterback Matt Flynn's historic performance against the Detroit Lions in the 2011 regular-season finale, much less his dismal performance in place of Aaron Rodgers at Detroit in 2010. For that matter, much has changed since the Packers beat the Lions 22-9 at Lambeau Field on Oct. 6. That afternoon...

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