The Lions were playing without All-Pro wideout Calvin Johnson but the Packers couldn't take advantage in the first half. Green Bay led 6-3 at the break, with both teams struggling to gain field position and score points.
Rodgers and crew found their groove later on. Rodgers hooked up with James Jones for an 83-yard touchdown toward the end of the third quarter to make the score 16-3. Rodgers finished with 274 yards, 127 of them to Jones.
With the win, the Packers brought their record up to 2-2 on the season, back to .500. They go on the road to play the defending champion Baltimore Ravens next week.
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