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Packers-Lions: Post-game thoughts

Brett Favre celebrates (Matthew Stockman/Getty)

Momentum established in win over Lions; Koren Robinson's big catch; Jackson comes through

In terms of playoff positioning, Sunday's game against Detroit was the equivalent of the Roady's Truck Stops Humanitarian Bowl, the post-SNL Al Franken, and those annoying bathrooms that use air dryers instead of paper towels. It carried little-to-no significance. But when you see Brett Favre high-five an official not once, but twice after a touchdown pass and a laughing Atari Bigby drinking...

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