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Lions vs. Packers game day info including injury report

Packers at Lions

1 p.m. Sunday, Fox-TV; WXYT-AM (97.1)

Records: Lions 2-10; Packers 8-4

Key matchup: Packers QB Aaron Rodgers against the Lions’ secondary. Rodgers was held to 169 passing yards and was intercepted twice in their first game on Oct. 3. Since then the Lions’ secondary has been tweaked and re-tweaked yet still the Lions defense is 16th in the NFL against the pass and they allow 222 passing yards per game.

History: The Lions lost a squeaker 28-26 at Lambeau Field in the fourth game of the season. The Packers ground down the clock after getting the ball with 6:32 left in the game to hold on for the win. ... The Lions are 2-7 against Green Bay at Ford Field. ... The Packers have won 10 straight over the Lions.

Injury report: Lions -- QB Shaun Hill (right index finger), QB Matthew Stafford (right shoulder) and WR Derrick Williams (ankle/IR) are out. T Gosder Cherilus (knee) is doubtful and LB Isaiah Ekejiuba (knee) is questionable. DE Cliff Avril (quadricep), RB Jahvid Best (toe), WR Calvin Johnson (groin) and LB DeAndre Levy (groin) and WR Nate Burleson (hamstring) are probable.

Packers -- RB Korey Hall (knee), DE Cullen Jenkins (calf) and CB Patrick Lee (ankle) are out. S Atari Bigby (hamstring) and T Anthony Smith (ankle) are questionable. T Chad Clifton (knees/concussion), S Nick Collins (shoulder), LB Clay Matthews (shin), WR Jordy Nelson (ankle), CB Charles Woodson (toe/ankle), WR Donald Driver (hand), DE Ryan Pickett (ankle) and WR Brett Swain (knee) are probable.

Quote of the week: Safety Louis Delmas’ response when he heard Ndamukong Suh had been fined $15,000: “Are you serious?”

Up next: Lions at Tampa Bay Bucaneers, 1 p.m., on Dec. 19.

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