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Key to the Game; Numbers to Note

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Packer Report takes a quick-hitting look back at the Packers' 27-20 victory over the Lions on Sunday night. The key to the game was Mike Daniels' touchdown. The numbers include one player chasing history and another whose chase has ended.

Key to the game The Green Bay Packers were in deep, deep trouble. They trailed 14-3 and their defense had shown absolutely no capability of slowing down the Detroit Lions' surprisingly run-focused offensive attack. And then Mother Nature and an unlikely player changed the tide of the game and put the Packers in prime position to win the NFC North next week at Chicago. On third-and-1, Matthew...

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