Dark day in Detroit: 19-7 loss drops Pack to 1-2
DETROIT - From the Packers opening series, the vibe in Detroit just wasn't right. Eddie Lacy fumbled and Don Carey returned it for a Lions touchdown. Lacy would later be tackled in the end zone for a safety. The Pack's offensive line had trouble protecting Aaron Rodgers throughout the day.
In the end, the 19-7 loss was one of the Pack's weakest offensive performances in years, with Rodgers limited to just 162 yards and one touchdown, Green Bay's only score of the day. The Pack's defense picked off Lions QB Matthew Stafford twice, but one of those interceptions turned into the Lions' safety.
Reggie Bush's 26 yard touchdown run sealed the win for the Lions, who go to 2-1. The Packers are now 1-2.