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NFL – The Packers And The Lions Post Wins In Week Six

Posted on October 19, 2015 in Professional Sports News.

The Green Bay Packers remain undefeated.

They gained a 27 to 20 win over the Chargers yesterday at Lambeau Field.

Aaron Rodgers was 16 of 29 passing for 255 yards and 2 touchdowns to nine different receivers.

James Starks carried the ball 10 times for 112 yards and a TD and caught one pass for 5 yards and a TD.

Jeff Janis was the leading receiver with 2 catches for 79 yards.

James Jones had two catches for 30 yards and a TD.

Damarious Randall made a great play for the Packers when he broke up a pass in the end-zone intended for Danny Woodhead.
Phillip Rivers completed 43 of 65 attempts for 503 yards and 2 touchdowns.
The Packers have their bye next week – no game.
The Detroit Lions are finally in the win column.

Matt Prater connected for a game-winning 27-yard field goal with 2:29 left in overtime that lifted the Lions to a 37-34 win over the Bears at Ford Field on Sunday.

Matthew Stafford found Calvin Johnson for a 57-yard catch to setup the winning field goal.

The two also hooked up for a six-yard touchdown with just 21 seconds to go in the fourth that gave Detroit a brief 34-31 lead.

Chicago answered, however, with a 29-yard field goal by Robbie Gould in the final seconds to force OT.

Stafford finished 27-of-42 for 405 yards, four TD’s and one interception for the Lions, who moved to 1-and-5 on the season.

Calvin Johnson had six caches for 166 yards in the victory.

Jay Cutler was 26-of-41 for 353 yards, a TD and a pick for the Bears, who dropped to 2-and-4.

Next week the Lions are at home against the Minnesota Vikings

NFL Scoreboard

Miami Dolphins 38, Tennessee Titans 10
Houston Texans 31, Jacksonville Jaguars 20
Denver Nuggets 26, Cleveland Browns 23 (OT)
Detroit Lions 37, Chicago Bears 34 (OT)
Cincinnati Bengals 34, Buffalo Bills 21
Minnesota Vikings 16, Kansas City Chiefs 10
Pittsburgh Steelers 25, Arizona Cardinals 13
New York Jets 34, Washington Redskins 20
Carolina Panthers 27, Seattle Seahawks 23
San Francisco 49ers 25, Baltimore Ravens 20
Green Bay Packers 27, San Diego Chargers 20
New England Patriots 34, Indianapolis Colts 27

By:  Mike Plourde     –     for Great Lakes Radio Sports

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