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Lions–Packers rivalry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Detroit Lions–Green Bay Packers
A photo of Matthew Stafford holding the football after it has been snapped. Packers defenders are in the background.
Matthew Stafford (holding the football) about to throw a pass against the Packers in a 2014 match-up at Lambeau Field
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers
First meetingNovember 2, 1930
Packers 47, Spartans 13
Latest meetingSeptember 20, 2021
Packers 35, Lions 17
Next meetingJanuary 9, 2022
Statistics
Meetings total184
All-time seriesPackers, 105–72–7
Postseason resultsPackers, 2–0
  • January 8, 1994, Packers 28, Lions 24
  • December 31, 1994, Packers 16, Lions 12
Largest victoryPackers, 50–7 (1940)
Longest win streak
  • Lions, 11 (1949–54)
  • Packers, 10 (1940–45, 2005–10)
Current win streakPackers, 5 (2019–present)

The Lions–Packers rivalry is an NFL rivalry between the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers. They first met in 1930 when the Lions were known as the Portsmouth Spartans and based in Portsmouth, Ohio. The team eventually moved to Detroit for the 1934 season.

The Lions and Packers have been division rivals since 1933, having both played in the NFL's Western Conference from 1933 to 1970 and in the NFC North since 1970 (known as the NFC Central from 1970 to 2001). They have met at least twice a season since 1932, without any cancelled games. This is therefore the longest continuously-running rivalry in the NFL.

Green Bay is one of three teams with a winning record against all of their divisional opponents with 100-plus head-to-head games played (along with the Dallas Cowboys and the Kansas City Chiefs). Detroit is one of only two teams with a losing record against all of their divisional opponents with 100-plus head-to-head games played (along with the Los Angeles Chargers). This holds true as of the end of the 2019 season.

Notable moments and games

  • Packers 50, Lions 7 (November 24, 1940) – In the most lopsided game in the rivalry's history the Packers raced out to a 43–0 lead and would eventually prevail 50–7. The win moved the Packers to 6-4 and dropped the Lions to 5–5–1.[1]
  • Packers 57, Lions 21 (October 7, 1945) – The Packers set (and still hold) an NFL record by scoring 41 points in a single quarter. The Lions led 7-0 in the 2nd quarter before the Packers scored six consecutive touchdowns, including four receiving touchdowns by Don Hutson. The four touchdown receptions in a single quarter is an NFL record that still stands today. Don Hutson also made five of his six extra point attempts in the quarter to give him 29 points for the quarter in total, which is also an NFL record.[2]
  • Lions 26, Packers 14 (November 22, 1962) – The Packers entered the game 10–0 and in first place in the Western Conference. The Lions were second at 8–2. The Lions jumped out to a 23–0 halftime lead and extended the lead to 26–0 before the Packers scored two late touchdowns. The Lions defense pounded Packers quarterback Bart Starr with 11 sacks. The game was played in Detroit on Thanksgiving and pulled the Lions within one game of the division lead with three weeks left in the season. The game would be dubbed the "Thanksgiving Day Massacre" thanks to the dominant performance by the Lions defense.[3] The Lions and Packers both won their next two games, but in the final week of the season, the Lions lost to the Chicago Bears, while the Packers defeated the Los Angeles Rams en route to a 13–1 season. The Packers went on to defeat the Giants for their eighth NFL championship.[4][5]
  • Lions 21, Packers 17 (December 15, 1991) – The Lions staved off a last minute comeback attempt by the Packers offense led by quarterback Mike Tomczak to wrap up a four-point victory over the Packers at Lambeau Field. The game was the last time the Lions defeated the Packers in the state of Wisconsin until 2015, as the Packers held a 24-game home winning streak in the series. That season would also be the last time that Detroit swept Green Bay until 2017.
  • Packers 28, Lions 24 (January 8, 1994) – This was the first ever playoff meeting between these two teams. In week 17 the Lions defeated the Packers 30–20 giving them home field advantage for this game. With Green Bay trailing 24–21 late in the game Brett Favre hit Sterling Sharpe for a 40-yard touchdown pass with 55 seconds left, giving Green Bay the lead and ultimately the win. This was the first time the Lions have ever lost a home playoff game, and remains their last home playoff game to date.[6]
  • Packers 16, Lions 12 (December 31, 1994) – For the second consecutive season the Packers and Lions met in the playoffs, this time at Lambeau Field. The Packers held Barry Sanders to -1 yards rushing and the Lions to -4 yards rushing overall. The Packers never trailed as they led 10–0 at half time and only allowed 10 points in the second half before intentionally committing a safety on the last play of the game to run out the clock. This was the Packers' first victory at Lambeau Field against the Lions since 1985 (though they beat the Lions in all four Milwaukee games against them during that time).[7]
  • Packers 31, Lions 21 (December 28, 2008) – The Packers defeated the Lions in Week 17. With the loss, the Lions became the first team in NFL history to go 0–16 season in a 16-game season.[8]
  • Lions 7, Packers 3 (December 12, 2010) – Aaron Rodgers was knocked out of the game before the half and missed the rest of the game as well as the Packers next game against the Patriots. Matt Flynn led the Packers to a field goal that gave them a 3–0 lead in the 3rd quarter. The Lions scored a touchdown in the 4th quarter and won 7–3. This forced the Packers to win their final two games of the season to make the playoffs. They did so and won Super Bowl XLV.[9]
  • Packers 45, Lions 41 (January 1, 2012) – With the Packers having already clinched home field advantage in the playoffs, backup quarterback Matt Flynn started in place of Aaron Rodgers and went on to throw a team record six touchdown passes in a shootout victory over the Lions at Lambeau Field. This is the highest scoring game between both rivals at 86 points, and the first time both teams met after each one accumulated at least 10 regular season victories.
Aaron Rodgers being helped off the field after injuring his calf in the 2014 game against the Lions. He would return in the second half and lead the Packers to victory.
Aaron Rodgers being helped off the field after injuring his calf in the 2014 game against the Lions. He would return in the second half and lead the Packers to victory.
  • Packers 30, Lions 20 (December 28, 2014) – The Packers and Lions entered this Week 17 match up with identical 11–4 records. Therefore, this game was for the 2014 NFC North Division Championship. Green Bay jumped out to a 14–0 lead before Aaron Rodgers left the game after re-injuring his calf. Rodgers would return in the second half after the Lions had tied the game at 14. The Packers ended up scoring a pair of touchdowns and forcing a Safety before the Lions scored a late touchdown. Both teams would make the playoffs as the win gave the Packers their fourth straight division championship while the Lions ended up as a Wild Card team.
  • Packers home winning streak (1992–2014) – The Lions had not beaten the Packers in a road game from 1992–2014. With Green Bay's 30–20 win over Detroit on December 28, 2014, the Packers had defeated the Lions in the state of Wisconsin 24 straight times, including a Wild Card Playoff game on December 31, 1994. The last Lions victory before the streak began in Wisconsin was a 21–17 win on December 15, 1991. The Lions ended the streak with an 18–16 victory on November 15, 2015.
  • Lions 18, Packers 16 (November 15, 2015) – Matt Prater missed two extra-point attempts, including one late in the fourth quarter. With Green Bay trailing 18–10 late in the fourth quarter, the Packers scored a touchdown on the ensuing drive, to trim the Lions lead to 18–16, and failed on the two-point conversion, but then recovered the onside kick when Calvin Johnson couldn't secure the ball with 31 seconds left. Mason Crosby's 52-yard attempt on the game's final play was muffed, giving the Lions their first win in Green Bay since 1991.[10]
  • Packers 27, Lions 23 (December 3, 2015) – In the largest comeback in series history, the Packers overcame a 20-point deficit to win the game 27–23. The Lions appeared to had won the game 23–21 when a controversial defensive facemask was called against them as time expired. Since NFL games cannot end on a defensive penalty even if time has expired, an untimed play was given to the Packers. On the final play, Aaron Rodgers completed a 61-yard Hail Mary pass to tight end Richard Rodgers II. The Packers then took a knee on the extra point. With the win, the Packers avoided their first series sweep by the Lions since 1991. This was the longest game-winning, game-ending Hail Mary in NFL history. The game would be dubbed the Miracle in Motown shortly thereafter.[11][12]
  • Packers 31, Lions 24 (January 1, 2017) – For the second time in three seasons the Packers and Lions met in week 17 for the NFC North Division Title. The Packers and Lions both entered the game with a 9–6 record. Due to an earlier Redskins loss, both teams had clinched a playoff spot before kickoff. The Lions led 14–10 at the half but the Packers went on a 21–3 scoring run on three Aaron Rodgers touchdown passes and appeared to put the game away. However, Matthew Stafford hit Anquan Boldin in desperation for a 35-yard touchdown pass with 13 seconds left and forced an onside kick attempt. The Packers recovered and held on to win their fifth division championship in six years.[13]
  • Lions 31, Packers 0 (December 30, 2018) – The Lions shutout the Packers for the first time since 1973 and at Lambeau Field for the first time since 1970.[14] The Lions also swept the Packers for the second consecutive season. Aaron Rodgers got knocked out early in the game with a concussion, forcing backup quarterback DeShone Kizer to play most of the game. Lions kicker Matt Prater threw a touchdown pass to tight end Levine Toilolo and cornerback Quandre Diggs sealed the game with an interception of Kizer with five minutes left to play.
  • Packers 23, Lions 22 (October 14, 2019) – This Monday Night Football game at Lambeau Field was close all the way, as the Packers committed multiple turnovers in a game where the Lions offense struggled. The Packers did not win the game until the last second where kicker Mason Crosby made a game-winning field goal. However, the game was criticized for poor officiating. Two highly questionable hands to the face penalties on Lions defensive end Trey Flowers extended two Packers scoring drives in the 4th quarter, causing outrage from fans and the media.[15]

Summary of results

Packers wins Ties Lions wins Packers points Lions points
Regular season 100 7 72 3,755 3,269
Postseason 2 0 0 44 36
Total 102 7 72 3,820 3,310

Updated December 30, 2018

Game results

Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions Season-by-Season Results
1930s (Packers, 13–5–1)
Season Season series at Portsmouth Spartans/ Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Overall series Notes
1930 Packers 1–0–1 Tie
6–6
Packers
47–13
Packers
1–0–1
Portsmoth Spartans began play in 1930. Packers win 1930 NFL Championship.
1932 Tie 1–1 Spartans
19–0
Packers
15–10
Packers
2–1–1
1933 Tie 1–1 Spartans
7–0
Packers
17–0
Packers
3–2–1
1934 Tie 1–1 Packers
3–0
Lions
3–0
Packers
4–3–1
Spartans move to Detroit and become the Lions.
1935 Packers 2–1 Lions
20–10
Packers
13–9
Packers
6–4–1
Would be the only time both teams met three times in the regular season. Packers hosted two games against the Lions (One in Green Bay and one in Milwaukee). Lions win 1935 NFL Championship.
Packers
14–2
1936 Packers 2–0 Packers
26–17
Packers
20–18
Packers
8–4–1
Packers win 1936 NFL Championship.
1937 Packers 2–0 Packers
24–13
Packers
26–6
Packers
10–4–1
1938 Tie 1–1 Packers
28–7
Lions
17–7
Packers
11–5–1
Packers lose 1938 NFL Championship.
1939 Packers 2–0 Packers
12–7
Packers
26–7
Packers
13–5–1
Packers win 1939 NFL Championship.
† Denotes a Packers home game played in Milwaukee
1940s (Packers, 16–4)
Season Season series at Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Overall series Notes
1940 Tie 1–1 Packers
50–7
Lions
23–14
Packers
14–6–1
Packers' 50–7 win is the largest margin of victory by either team in the series.
1941 Packers 2–0 Packers
24–7
Packers
23–0
Packers
16–6–1
Lions move to Tiger Stadium.
1942 Packers 2–0 Packers
28–7
Packers
38–7
Packers
18–6–1
1943 Packers 2–0 Packers
27–6
Packers
35–14
Packers
20–6–1
1944 Packers 2–0 Packers
27–6
Packers
35–14
Packers
22–6–1
Packers win 9 straight meetings in Detroit (1936–44), 1944 NFL Championship.
1945 Tie 1–1 Lions
14–3
Packers
57–21
Packers
23–7–1
Packers win 10 straight meetings (1940–45).
1946 Packers 2–0 Packers
9–0
Packers
10–7
Packers
25–7–1
1947 Packers 2–0 Packers
35–14
Packers
34–17
Packers
27–7–1
1948 Tie 1–1 Lions
24–20
Packers
33–21
Packers
28–8–1
1949 Tie 1–1 Lions
21–7
Packers
16–14
Packers
29–9–1
Packers win 9 straight home meetings (1941–49).
† Denotes a Packers home game played in Milwaukee
1950s (Lions, 15–4–1)
Season Season series at Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Overall series Notes
1950 Lions 2–0 Lions
24–21
Lions
45–7
Packers
29–11–1
Lions' first series sweep in the 21-year history of the rivalry.
1951 Lions 2–0 Lions
52–35
Lions
24–17
Packers
29–13–1
1952 Lions 2–0 Lions
48–24
Lions
52–17
Packers
29–15–1
Lions win 1952 NFL Championship.
1953 Lions 2–0 Lions
34–15
Lions
14–7
Packers
29–17–1
Lions win 1953 NFL Championship.
1954 Lions 2–0 Lions
28–24
Lions
21–17
Packers
29–19–1
Lions win 10 straight meetings (1950–54). Lions lose 1954 NFL Championship.
1955 Tie 1–1 Lions
24–10
Packers
20–17
Packers
30–20–1
1956 Tie 1–1 Packers
24–20
Lions
20–10
Packers
31–21–1
1957 Lions 2–0 Lions
18–6
Lions
24–14
Packers
31–23–1
Packers open Lambeau Field. Lions win 1957 NFL Championship.
1958 Lions 1–0–1 Lions
24–14
Tie
13–13
Packers
31–24–2
1959 Packers 2–0 Packers
24–17
Packers
28–10
Packers
33–24–2
1960s (Packers, 11–6–3)
Season Season series at Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Overall series Notes
1960 Tie 1–1 Lions
23–10
Packers
28–9
Packers
34–25–2
1961 Tie 1–1 Packers
17–9
Lions
17–13
Packers
35–26–2
Packers win 1961 NFL Championship.
1962 Tie 1–1 Lions
26–14
Packers
9–7
Packers
36–27–2
Packers win 1962 NFL Championship.
1963 Packers 1–0–1 Tie
13–13
Packers
31–10
Packers
37–27–3
1964 Packers 2–0 Packers
14–10
Packers
30–7
Packers
39–27–3
1965 Tie 1–1 Packers
31–21
Lions
12–7
Packers
40–28–3
Packers win 1965 NFL Championship.
1966 Packers 2–0 Packers
31–7
Packers
23–14
Packers
42–28–3
Packers win 1966 NFL Championship and Super Bowl I.
1967 Packers 1–0–1 Packers
21–17
Tie
17–17
Packers
43–28–4
Packers win 1967 NFL Championship and Super Bowl II.
1968 Lions 1–0–1 Tie
14–14
Lions
23–17
Packers
43–29–5
1969 Tie 1–1 Packers
28–17
Lions
16–10
Packers
44–30–5
† Denotes a Packers home game played in Milwaukee
1970s (Tie, 9–9–2)
Season Season series at Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Overall series Notes
1970 Lions 2–0 Lions
20–0
Lions
40–0
Packers
44–32–5
Both teams placed in the NFC Central after AFL-NFL merger.
1971 Lions 1–0–1 Lions
31–28
Tie
14–14
Packers
44–33–6
1972 Packers 2–0 Packers
24–23
Packers
33–7
Packers
46–33–6
1973 Lions 1–0–1 Lions
34–0
Tie
13–13
Packers
46–34–7
1974 Tie 1–1 Lions
19–17
Packers
21–19
Packers
47–35–7
1975 Lions 2–0 Lions
13–10
Lions
30–16
Packers
47–37–7
Lions open Pontiac Silverdome.
1976 Tie 1–1 Lions
27–6
Packers
24–14
Packers
48–38–7
1977 Tie 1–1 Lions
10–6
Packers
10–9
Packers
49–39–7
1978 Packers 2–0 Packers
13–7
Packers
35–14
Packers
51–39–7
1979 Packers 2–0 Packers
18–13
Packers
24–16
Packers
53–39–7
† Denotes a Packers home game played in Milwaukee
1980s (Lions, 13–7)
Season Season series at Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Overall series Notes
1980 Lions 2–0 Lions
24–3
Lions
29–7
Packers
53–41–7
1981 Tie 1–1 Lions
31–27
Packers
31–17
Packers
54–42–7
1982 Lions 2–0 Lions
27–24
Lions
17–10
Packers
54–44–7
Both games played despite players strike reducing the season to 9 games.
1983 Lions 2–0 Lions
38–14
Lions
23–20(OT)
Packers
54–46–7
1984 Tie 1–1 Lions
31–28
Packers
41–9
Packers
55–47–7
1985 Packers 2–0 Packers
26–23
Packers
43–10
Packers
57–47–7
1986 Tie 1–1 Packers
44–40
Lions
21–14
Packers
58–48–7
1987 Tie 1–1 Packers
34–33
Lions
19–16(OT)
Packers
59–49–7
1988 Lions 2–0 Lions
30–14
Lions
19–9
Packers
59–51–7
1989 Tie 1–1 Lions
31–22
Packers
23–20(OT)
Packers
60–52–7
† Denotes a Packers home game played in Milwaukee
1990s (Packers, 13–9)
Season Season series at Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Overall series Notes
1990 Tie 1–1 Packers
24–21
Lions
24–17
Packers
61–53–7
1991 Lions 2–0 Lions
23–14
Lions
21–17
Packers
61–55–7
With the win in Green Bay, the Lions compress the Packers’ lead in the all-time series to 6; the smallest it has been since 1938.
1992 Packers 2–0 Packers
27–13
Packers
38–10
Packers
63–55–7
1993 Tie 1–1 Lions
30–20
Packers
26–17
Packers
64–56–7
Lions' win in Week 18 meeting in Detroit to earn home home-field advantage for the rematch in the NFC Wild Card Round the following week.
1993 Playoffs Packers 1–0 Packers
28–24
Packers
65–56–7
NFC Wild Card Round. Packers win on last-minute touchdown pass from Brett Favre to Sterling Sharpe. This to date marks the last home playoff game for the Lions.
1994 Tie 1–1 Lions
34–31
Packers
38–30
Packers
66–57–7
The Lions and Packers played each other five times during the 1994 calendar year (Week 18 of the 1993 season, a 1993 postseason game, two 1994 regular season games, and a 1994 postseason game). This is the only time in NFL history two teams have played five times in a calendar year.
1994 Playoffs Packers 1–0 Packers
16–12
Packers
67–57–7
NFC Wild Card Round. Lions' running back Barry Sanders held to –1 rushing yards.
1995 Tie 1–1 Lions
24–16
Packers
30–21
Packers
68–58–7
1996 Packers 2–0 Packers
31–3
Packers
28–18
Packers
70–58–7
Packers win Super Bowl XXXI.
1997 Tie 1–1 Lions
26–15
Packers
20–10
Packers
71–59–7
Packers lose Super Bowl XXXII.
1998 Tie 1–1 Lions
27–20
Packers
38–19
Packers
72–60–7
1999 Tie 1–1 Lions
23–15
Packers
26–17
Packers
73–61–7
† Denotes a Packers home game played in Milwaukee
2000s (Packers, 17–3)
Season Season series at Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Overall series Notes
2000 Tie 1–1 Lions
39–24
Packers
26–13
Packers
74–62–7
2001 Packers 2–0 Packers
29–27
Packers
28–6
Packers
76–62–7
2002 Packers 2–0 Packers
37–31
Packers
40–14
Packers
78–62–7
Lions open Ford Field.
2003 Tie 1–1 Lions
22–14
Packers
31–6
Packers
79–63–7
2004 Packers 2–0 Packers
38–10
Packers
16–13
Packers
81–63–7
2005 Tie 1–1 Lions
17–3
Packers
16–13(OT)
Packers
82–64–7
2006 Packers 2–0 Packers
31–24
Packers
17–9
Packers
84–64–7
2007 Packers 2–0 Packers
37–26
Packers
34–13
Packers
86–64–7
2008 Packers 2–0 Packers
48–25
Packers
31–21
Packers
88–64–7
Lions complete first 0–16 season in NFL history. Packers' win in Green Bay was the final game of the season to clinch the Lions' winless season.
2009 Packers 2–0 Packers
26–0
Packers
34–12
Packers
90–64–7
2010s (Packers, 12–8)
Season Season series at Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Overall series Notes
2010 Tie 1–1 Lions
7–3
Packers
28–26
Packers
91–65–7
Packers win 10 straight meetings (2005–10), Packers win Super Bowl XLV.
2011 Packers 2–0 Packers
27–15
Packers
45–41
Packers
93–65–7
Packers' backup QB Matt Flynn throws for a team record six touchdowns in the game in Green Bay. The 45–41 score was the highest total score in the history of the series (86 points).
2012 Packers 2–0 Packers
24–20
Packers
27–20
Packers
95–65–7
2013 Tie 1–1 Lions
40–10
Packers
22–9
Packers
96–66–7
2014 Tie 1–1 Lions
19–7
Packers
30–20
Packers
97–67–7
Packers win final game of the regular season in Green Bay to clinch NFC North title and a first-round bye (Lions and Packers entered tied atop the division). Packers win 25 straight home meetings.
2015 Tie 1–1 Packers
27–23
Lions
18–16
Packers
98–68–7
Lions win in Green Bay for the first time since 1991. Packers win in Detroit on a 61 yard Hail Mary touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Richard Rodgers II with no time remaining.
2016 Packers 2–0 Packers
31–24
Packers
34–27
Packers
100–68–7
Packers become the first team to record 100 wins over a single opponent in NFL history. Packers clinch NFC North in Detroit in week 17.
2017 Lions 2–0 Lions
35–11
Lions
30–17
Packers
100–70–7
Lions sweep the season series for the first time since 1991.
2018 Lions 2–0 Lions
31–23
Lions
31–0
Packers
100–72–7
2019 Packers 2–0 Packers
23–20
Packers
23–22
Packers
102–72–7
Packers come back from down 13–0 in Green Bay and 17–3 in Detroit to win both meetings. Packers clinch first-round bye in game in Detroit.
2020s (Packers, 3–0)
Season Season series at Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Overall series Notes
2020 Packers 2–0 Packers
31–24
Packers
42–21
Packers
104–72–7
Packers clinch NFC North division title with win in Detroit.
2021 Packers 1–0 Packers
35–17
Packers
105–72–7
Summary of Results
Season Season series at Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers Notes
Regular season Packers 103–72–7 Lions 45–42–3 Packers 61–27–4 Packers home record includes 46–24–3 in Green Bay and 14–3–1 in Milwaukee
Postseason Packers 2–0 Packers 1–0 Packers 1–0
Regular and postseason Packers 105–72–7 Lions 45–43–3 Packers 62–27–4

See also

Other rivalries involving the two teams:

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