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What did the Packers accomplish against Detroit on Sunday that they've done only rarely under coach Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers? "There's definitely something we can draw from," McCarthy said, looking ahead to a stretch run that could culminate with a berth in the rugged NFC playoffs.

The Green Bay Packers have done some remarkable things under coach Mike McCarthy and quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Coming from behind to win games isn't one of them. Before Sunday, McCarthy was 8-29 in games in which the Packers trailed by one score at any point in the fourth quarter. Rodgers' record was a woeful 4-21, according to Scott Kacsmar's "Captain Comeback" blog on ColdHardFootballFacts... Recommended Stories

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