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'You Wouldn't Quite Expect Those Guys'

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The Packers beat the Lions at Lambeau Field, just like they always do. But in this incredible season in which the Packers appear to be impervious to injuries, Green Bay rallied past Detroit behind two of the more unlikely players on the roster.

The locker room was practically empty. Sitting alone in a corner was Mike Daniels. He was lacing up a pair of work boots. How fitting. The Green Bay Packers' unlikely run to the playoffs took another unlikely turn on Sunday night. Naturally, the Packers beat the Lions because, hey, that's what the Packers do when Detroit comes to town. It's how they did it that is remarkable. With Aaron... Recommended Stories

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