The Detroit Lions cleared numerous hurdles to reach their annual Thanksgiving Day home game in full control of the NFC North. On Thursday, Detroit will look to snap its six-game losing streak on the holiday when it hosts the Green Bay Packers. “We’re trying to turn over a new leaf here,” coach Dan Campbell said. “We’re trying to do something different and find a way to do some things that haven’t been done in awhile.
The Los Angeles Chargers can get back to .500 when they visit the Green Bay Packers on Sunday afternoon. Los Angeles (4-5) remains optimistic that it can make a run for the playoffs despite losing three of its past five games. The Chargers are coming off a 41-38 setback on their home field against the Detroit Lions in Week 10, dropping the tug-of-war with the NFC North leaders on a last-second field goal. Chargers quarterback
The Los Angeles Rams and Green Bay Packers hoped to be in better places as they near the halfway point of the season, but both sit multiple games below .500 heading into their matchup on Sunday afternoon in Green Bay. Making matters more difficult, both teams are facing uncertainty at quarterback, and for different reasons. Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford suffered a sprained UCL in his right thumb in a 43-20 loss at the Dallas Cowboys
The Minnesota Vikings will try to increase their winning streak to three games when they visit the Green Bay Packers on Sunday afternoon. Minnesota (3-4) is coming off back-to-back victories against the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers. The Vikings have picked up those wins despite the absence of star wideout Justin Jefferson, who remains sidelined because of a hamstring injury. Now, instead of answering questions about whether the team might trade veteran starters at
Jordan Love and the Green Bay Packers hope for better results in their second straight prime-time matchup when they visit the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday night. Green Bay (2-2) is coming off a 34-20 loss to the Detroit Lions in front of a national audience on Thursday, Sept. 28. The Packers fell behind 27-3 before halftime and never recovered in what proved to be their most lopsided loss of the season. Love completed 23